STD Testing & Treatment in Waterbury (Chase Ave), CT

If you’re a sexually active individual, you should think about getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) at the DOCS Urgent Care in Waterbury, CT. We aim to provide confidential and affordable testing services for our clients. Most primary care physicians don’t include STD testing in routine check-ups. Getting STD testing is fundamental to the health of you and your partner.

It’s essential even for individuals who are in a monogamous relationship to consider getting tested in our Waterbury, CT clinic because it can cause serious health problems. Our board-certified physicians and personnel accept walk-ins every day of the week for your accessibility. Our licensed medical team delivers prompt, convenient testing in the Waterbury, CT area. We take most health insurance plans.



279 Chase Ave
Waterbury, CT 06704

(203) 528-4993

(203) 528-4116


What to Know About STD Testing

What happens during an STD Testing?

Visit our Waterbury, CT clinic for your thorough STD testing with no appointment required. Imagining that you could have been given an STD can be frightening. Our professionals can address all of your concerns and questions about the whole process. Our medical professionals make a list of your symptoms, sexual history, medical history, and your current sexual activity.

When you come in, we form a general idea with the details you provide to our staff. After we come to a decision, we’ll carefully draw labs and give you other relevant STD tests. If you believe you may have caught an STD, we suggest that you abstain from further sexual contact and get yourself tested immediately.

Types of Testing:

*Urine or blood sample

*Swabs (mouth, genitals, sores, discharge)

*Physical exam

Our testing procedure generally doesn’t take very long to complete. Many specimens can be assessed in our office while some will need to be sent out of our office for evaluation. We know it can be uncomfortable to talk about the topic of STD testing but we urge you to get treatment right away as opposed to waiting.

What Types of Treatment Are Available In Our Waterbury Urgent Care?

First, we can treat the following STD’s:






*Hepatitis C



After determining the STD you’ve contracted, we present you with treatment options. Not all STDs can be treated but many are successfully treated with medicines. If you’re supplied antibiotics to manage your STD, it’s critical to complete the entire treatment. Some people make the mistake of stopping treatment when their symptoms clear up. If you don’t take all of the medicine, then it could return. For help with anything regarding your treatment strategy after leaving our Waterbury, CT walk-in clinic, reach out during regular business hours.

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When Should You Get Tested?

If you suddenly come down with symptoms, have unprotected sex or switch sexual partners, please visit our Waterbury, CT walk-in clinic to receive your STD test. It’s particularly important to come in for testing if you’ve recently engaged in unprotected sex since some STDs don’t cause visible symptoms until it’s almost too late.

Even if you’re in a monogamous relationship and only having protected sexual relations with a single person, routine testing in our Waterbury, CT facility is a responsible choice. Our licensed doctors and team work hard to provide fast, confidential, and reliable STD testing. For information regarding DOCS Urgent Care STD testing, speak with us today.

The Care When You Need It in Waterbury (Chase Ave)

DOCS Urgent Care of Waterbury part of the larger DOCS Urgent Care network. A network of professional Urgent Care clinics run by board-certified health care providers. Our goal is to give the highest quality care to our patients while providing affordable care.


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.