STD Testing & Treatment in Bridgeport, CT

DOCS Urgent Care will provide you with safe and private STD testing and treatment right in Bridgeport, CT. All of our services are for your health and will be at your convenience with complete confidentiality. 

Our office in Bridgeport is operated by board-certified providers that are capable of providing you with the best services for your health. The walk-in clinic offers the best quality medical services for lower costs and accepts most insurance.



1677 E Main St
Bridgeport CT, 06608


(203) 612-7931


STD Testing with Results in 20 minutes!

DOCS is now offering on site STI & STD testing in all locations. Results are available within 20 minutes. 

– Most insurances accepted

– Medicare and Medicaid accepted

– testing is run on site

– walk ins accepted

– reasonable self pay pricing

What are STIs & STDs?

STI stands for sexually transmitted infection and STD stands for sexually transmitted disease. It’s important to catch these infections early on as it can lead to better health outcomes

DOCS STI testing can help enable improved health outcomes by:

• Increasing treatment compliance

• Limiting onward transmission

• Minimizing the risk of untreated conditions

• Ensuring the right treatment is provided

If you think you might have been exposed to and STI or STD, book an appointment here or walk in to any of our centers today for immediate testing. 

What to Know about STD Testing

What happens during an std testing?

The test is a quick and efficient process in our Bridgeport office. Based off of your description of symptoms (sores, pain, discharge), sexual contact, and medical and sexual past, our professional staff will run tests to determine the cause. Our physicians will ask for a brief history of sexual activity in order to gain a larger idea of any contact with STDs. After this, the physicians will run a test. Because there is no one test that screens all STDs, different methods are used to determine each possible STD.

Depending on which test the physicians administer, testing will either be done straight in the Bridgeport office or in a lab that we send the sample to. While, we understand that STD or STI testing may be an uncomfortable topic, we recommend that you get tested if you feel any symptoms. Leaving an STD treated may allow for it to become a bigger problem.

Types of Testing:

*Urine or blood sample

*Swabs (mouth, genitals, sores, discharge)

*Physical exam

What Types of Treatment are available at DOCS Urgent Care of Bridgeport?

First, we can treat the following STD’s: 






*Hepatitis C



After our Bridgeport physicians diagnose your STD, you will be given options for treatment. If you are given a prescription for an antibiotic, we recommend that you carefully follow intake instructions regardless of how soon symptoms are relieved. Our physicians will work hard to find the best treatment for you and the protection of your health and your sexual partners’ health.

When Should You Get Tested?

If you are sexually active, have multiple sexual partners, have recently had unprotected sex, an infection or symptoms of any STD, we recommend a test. Each STD has a different incubation period. If you are not sure of the symptoms you feel or are unsure of whether or not you have come into contact with an STD, you should come into our Bridgeport office to determine further. Even if you show no symptoms, getting screened can allow you to be positive that you are STD-free and healthy.

The Care When You Need It in Bridgeport

DOCS Urgent Care of Bridgeport is a part of the DOCS Urgent Care network. We operate a network of Urgent Care clinics that are fully run by board-certified physicians. Our goal at DOCS Urgent Care is to give you the best quality of medical care at an affordable price. 


During this surge in COVID-19 cases, our primary focus is meeting the high demand for tests, and we are seeing higher than usual wait times. This means we are unable to answer most phone calls. Please know that our teams are working very hard during this time to care for as many patients as safely as possible. Please click the button below for answers to common questions. We appreciate your understanding.