Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) & Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

Testing & Treatment

Information/Appointment Procedures



If you are a victim of sexual violence, you can visit Stillwater Medical Center ER to receive a free Sexual Assault Nurse Exam. Treatments for various STDs/STIs and to prevent pregnancy are offered at that time. Ideally, an exam will be given within 72 hours of the incident.

Free of charge


Stillwater Medical Center

1323 W. 6th Ave.



Payne County Health Department also offers testing and treatment of certain STD/STIs free of charge.

If you are symptomatic or worry that you may become symptomatic, you can visit the Health Department during walk-in hours Monday-Thursday, 8am-4pm and Friday 8am-11am.

If you are non-symptomatic and just wish to test, make an appointment by calling 405-372-8200.

The Health Department tests for Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Syphilis.

Free of charge



Payne County Health Department

1321 W. 7th Ave.

(405) 372-8200


University Health Services (UHS) provides testing and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases/infections. Students can visit the general UHS clinic anytime without appointment to request testing or treatment. To make an appointment, visit or call 405-744-7665. In addition, women can make an appointment at UHS Women's Clinic by calling 405-744-7032.

Note that not all STIs are automatically included in a test; be sure to ask your physician what precisely is included in a test.

These services are offered at low cost options and UHS accepts credit cards, cash, checks, or bursar. If requested, UHS will not bill insurance.

Low cost



University Health Services

1202 W. Farm Rd.



Stillwater Life Services also offers STD/STI testing and treatment. Varying levels of testing are offered; the cost will vary based on what is being tested. The most expensive comprehensive panel is $68.00.

Make an appointment by calling 405-624-3332 and learn more at  

Low cost

Stillwater Life Services

1509 W. 8th Ave.



Free condoms are available in 154 UHS. Latex male and female condoms, when used consistently and correctly, can reduce the risk of transmission of some STDs/STIs.

Free condoms are also available in the office of sex researcher Dr. Randy Hubach in 434 Willard.

Quick Tips

  • Comprehensive testing for STDs/STIs can also be done upon the patient's request at UHS.
  • If you are a female age 26 or younger, getting checked for HPV can help to prevent cervical cancer.
  • If you are a sexually active 25 year old or younger, get tested every year for chlamydia and other STDs/STIs.
  • If you are diagnosed with an STD/STI, notify your sex partners so that they also can be tested and receive treatment if necessary. If your sex partner is diagnosed with an STD/STI, it is important for you to be evaluated, tested, and treated.
  • The most reliable ways to avoid transmission of STDs/STIs, including HIV, are to abstain from sexual activity, or to be in a long-term mutually monogamous relationship with a uninfected partner.