STD Testing in Waterbury (Frost Road), CT

Visit DOCS Urgent Care in Waterbury, CT for affordable STD testing, analysis, and treatments. It’s critical to understand that if as a sexually active person, you need to maintain your health with regular testing. You can always trust that our medical team will provide you with high quality, confidential health care services in our Waterbury, CT clinic.

The board-certified physicians in our Waterbury, CT clinic urge you to get periodic testing for sexually transmitted diseases/infections (STD/STIs). It can’t be emphasized enough that STD testing is vital to preserving your health. You don’t need to make an appointment since our office takes walk-ins daily. We work hard to deliver trustworthy and accurate testing services. Our clinic accepts most health insurance plans.



506 Frost Road
Waterbury, CT 06705

(203) 437-8368

(203) 805-4316


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?

We encourage you to come by our office for a walk-in appointment to get your STD testing. It’s typically a routine procedure that’s over before you know it. The whole process consists of one of our experts speaking with you to gather information such as your medical history, any symptoms, and your previous and current sexual activity. We try to collect enough details so that we can narrow down the possible STDs you might have contracted.

Once we’ve gathered your information and evaluated your signs of infection, we then determine the type of test you should be given. Since there isn’t a single STD test that can be used for all STDs, each one needs to be individually tested in order to identify it.

Types of Testing:

*Urine or blood sample

*Swabs (mouth, genitals, sores, discharge)

*Physical exam

Many of the test samples can be evaluated in our Waterbury, CT clinic while other specimens will be taken to a local lab to obtain the results. It’s vital to come in for STD testing even if you don’t have any symptoms. It might be embarrassing but it’s better to be armed with knowledge and a treatment method than to allow an infection to cause more problems by spreading.

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

First, we can treat the following STD’s:






*Hepatitis C



Once we understand which STD we need to treat, we will give you the options. If you’re given an antibiotic, be certain to complete the entire prescribed amount even if you don’t have any more symptoms. If you don’t complete the treatment then it could rebound, sometimes stronger than when you first contracted it. Speak with one of our physicians in our Waterbury, CT clinic for more information regarding our treatments.

All Available Vaccinations:

When Should You Get Tested?

People, who are currently sexually active, have had unprotected sex, more than one partner, or have any unidentified symptoms, should come to our Waterbury, CT clinic to get a test for STDs. In many instances, the person is not even aware they’ve been infected with an STD. Some people don’t have any visible signs of an STD, which is why it’s even more important to get tested for STDs.

If you’ve ever been sexually active, be responsible and proactive in protecting your health. Speak with our team of experts in our Waterbury, CT clinic for more information about the testing process if you have any questions or concerns, today.

The Care When You Need It in Waterbury (Frost Road)

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.