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    STD Clinical Services

    You can be tested, diagnosed and treated for STDs at any of the following locations:

    Tarrant County Public Health Main Campus
    1101 South Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76104
    Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Tuesday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
    Call 817-321-4800 the morning of the day you wish to be seen.


    Tarrant County Public Health Center
    2596 E. Arkansas Lane, Arlington, Texas 76014
    Full STD Services: Tuesday - Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Call 817-321-4724 for more information.


    Making Appointments

    To schedule an appointment, call the clinic of your choice to make a same day appointment. Our Fort Worth location begins accepting calls at 7:45 a.m. for same-day STD/HIV services.  Our Arlington location begins accepting calls at 8 a.m.

    At your clinic appointment, please bring:

    • Photo identification
    • Proof of income
    • Cash, check, credit or debit card
    • A completed registration form (English, Spanish)*

    *Accessibility Notice: Due to the nature of these documents, they are provided as scanned images. If you require assistance in accessing the information, please contact Adult Health Services at 817-321-4800.



    Individual charges may vary. Clinic fees are assigned according to a sliding scale, based on client income.


    Testing and Clinical Services

    Clients are examined for syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, HPV (genital warts), yeast infection, trichomoniasis and bacterial vaginosis.

    Other available services include:

    • Herpes test (when symptomatic)
    • Immunizations (for qualified Adult Health Services clients only)
    • HPV treatment (genital warts)
    • HIV testing and counseling by qualified technicians and experienced counselors


    After Your Clinic Visit

    If you were diagnosed with an STD:

    • Take all medicine as directed.
    • Refer your sex partner(s) to the STD/HIV (Adult Health Services) clinic for testing and treatment.
    • If symptoms re-occur, contact the clinic immediately.
    • To reduce risk of re-infection, use a condom every time you have sex.
    • Call for STD test results and return for follow-up examinations as directed. You will be given a code number for getting your test results by telephone. We can only give results to clients. Test results are not given over the phone to friends or family members.


    Professional Expertise

    All services offered at Adult Health Services are provided by professionals specifically trained in STD diagnosis, treatment and/or follow-up of all possible infections. Adult Health Services' personnel conduct field investigations to ensure that any person exposed to an infection is aware of their possible exposure and has the opportunity to be examined and treated quickly. Counseling and information are provided for anyone diagnosed with an STD. One of our program's goals is to ensure that anyone who is treated for an infection has knowledge about their infection and is able to take the appropriate precautions to ensure that they are not re-infected or exposed to another STD. Tarrant County Public Health identifies and treats more STDs in Tarrant County than any other medical provider. This doesn't mean that a person has to come to the health department for clinical services. However, in order to get an accurate diagnosis and adequate treatment for an infection, Tarrant County Public Health's Adult Health Services is the place to initiate the examination process. When other medical problems are identified, beyond the scope of STDs, referrals are made to other agencies for additional follow-up.  



    Adult Health Services staff and clinicians are bound by law to confidentiality regarding any diagnosis and treatment. Our staff will not discuss your health with anyone but you.

    All services/information will not be released without the client's written consent. Anonymous testing is offered for HIV only. Although all testing is confidential, with anonymous testing you will be assigned a fictitious name.