STD Testing in New York

We are proud to partner with 0 clinics in New York and Greater New York Area county to create a STD testing service that caters to your needs.
What Drives Us?

We aim to help eliminate the inconvenience, hassle, and confusion typically associated with STD testing for the residents of New York and Greater New York Area county; while also offering peace of mind. We offer patients affordable, timely and accurate testing options that put their interests first. We cater our service to the needs of the many by eliminating the need for our patients to visit a doctor's office prior to getting tested and allowing patients to pay for their tests with insurance.

How STD Testing New York Works

Find The Test That's Right For You

Find the right test for you, either online or over the phone with the help of a trained Care Advisor. Then search for a conveniently located testing center.

Visit The Lab For Your Test

Select a from 0 conveniently located labs across New York area to get tested. Appointments are NEVER needed; so just show up during the lab's operating hours to provide a small blood and/or urine sample. No swabbing involved! When you arrive at the lab, simply provide the receptionist with your private order number, which we will provide. They'll be expecting you.

View Your Results Securely Online

Once your results have been processed, they will be sent to a personal, secure online account. Test results are usually processed and returned in 3 business days or less.

Talk With A Care Advisor About Your Results

Have questions about your results? You'll never need to visit a clinic to receive a consultation. We can arrange a phone consultation with a licensed doctor in New York at your convenience, if you wish to discuss your results and next steps.

Why Testing With Us Is Different

Discreet Billing

Worried about privacy with your billing? We've got that covered. Our name, STD Testing New York, will never appear on your credit card statement. It won't appear in the subject line of an email either. In all our communications, we are referred to as APG Services.

Flexible Payment Options

STD testing shouldn't cost 'an arm and a leg.' We are one of the few online testing services that accepts insurance plans. We also accept Health Savings (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA).

On-Call Care Advisors

We understand that STD testing is a sensitive subject. That's why we give you the option to have one of our certified Care Advisors walk you through the process, from start to finish. Interested in speaking with a Care Advisor today? Call (866) 278-0657, 7 days a week.

Our patients are satisfied

Overall recommendation rating

5.0
Based on 6 reviews
Most Recent Review
10/18/2014

From the phone service to the online system and including the lab visit every step of the process was professional, organized and all it was advertized. I highly reccomend using this company for quick convientient, affordable and confidential results!

Most Recent Review
10/18/2014

From the phone service to the online system and including the lab visit every step of the process was professional, organized and all it was advertized. I highly reccomend using this company for quick convientient, affordable and confidential results!

Overall recommendation rating

5.0
Based on 6 reviews
Facts and stats you should know

132,047

Based on CDC statistical reports, it's estimated that as many as 132,047 individuals in the New York area may be infected by chlamydia in 2015.

Men / Women

Herpes 2 is more common in men than women, according to the CDC. It affects 11.5% of men versus 20.9% of women.

237%

In 2015, it's estimated that the reported cases of HIV could be 237% higher than the reported number of cases of syphilis in the greater New York area.

132,047

Based on CDC statistical reports, it's estimated that as many as 132,047 individuals in the New York area may be infected by chlamydia in 2015.

Men / Women

Herpes 2 is more common in men than women, according to the CDC. It affects 11.5% of men versus 20.9% of women.

237%

In 2015, it's estimated that the reported cases of HIV could be 237% higher than the reported number of cases of syphilis in the greater New York area.