hIV/STI Test Site
After-Hours, Low Cost Testing
UAF Legacy Health offers HIV/STI testing after regular clinic hours. We understand that flexibility is key when it comes to healthcare, which is why we offer testing services by both an appointment and walk-in basis. Our walk-in testing services allow you to receive the care you need on your own schedule, without the need for pre-scheduling. Whether you’re in need of HIV or STI testing, we’re ready to serve you when it’s most convenient for you.
150 South 1000 E Salt Lake City, UT
Monday: 6pm – 8pm
Thursday: 6pm – 8pm
Calling for Test Result?
Please call us at 801-823-1988 and select option 2 to speak to our After-Hours Test Site team.
No Appointments Necessary
We understand that flexibility is key when it comes to healthcare, which is why we offer services that don’t require appointments. Our walk-in testing services allow you to receive the care you need on your own schedule, without the need for pre-scheduling. Whether you’re in need of HIV, STI testing, we’re ready to serve you when it’s most convenient for you.
- HIV Alere Determine Finger Stick – Free
- Chlamydia/Gonorrhea Urine – $25
- Chlamydia/Gonorrhea Throat Swab – $25
- Chlamydia/Gonorrhea Rectal Swab – $25
- Syphilis – $15
Please note that all Chlamydia and Gonorrhea tests are self collected. Trained staff will provide instructions on self-collecting procedures.
A window period is the amount of time an individual must wait after a potential exposure to a bacteria or virus for the test to accurately detect it.
Alere Determine Combo Ag/Ab HIV test: 2-4 weeks
Chlamydia/Gonorrhea Testing: 2 weeks
Syphilis Testing: 4 weeks
What Tests Should I Get?
We recommend regular HIV testing to anyone who engages in penetrative sex (anal or vaginal) or to those who share injection drug equipment.
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are site specific infections. This means that the bacteria are able to infect different sites in the body, like the throat, rectum, and genital tracks, so we recommended testing all the parts you use for sex. If you only test one site, but use multiple site or body parts for sex, it is possible to miss an infection at a different site.
If you are an anal receptive partner (bottom) we recommend a rectal swab for Chlamydia/Gonorrhea. If you are an insertive partner for anal or vaginal sex (top), or are the vaginal receptive partner, we recommend getting a urine test for Chlamydia/Gonorrhea. If you perform oral sex, we recommend getting a throat swab for Chlamydia/Gonorrhea.
We recommend making syphilis testing a regular part of your testing routine. The CDC recommends that gay, bisexual men, and transgender women who have sex with men get a syphilis test every six months. The CDC recommends others get a syphilis test once a year. If you have recently had a sexual encounter with someone who has tested positive for syphilis, we recommend getting a syphilis test.
LGBTQ+ Community Focused
Our focus is on serving our community with health services that are both comprehensive and inclusive. We understand the unique challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community in accessing healthcare, and we’re dedicated to breaking down these barriers. Our team is committed to cultural competency, ensuring that every patient feels seen, heard, and respected. We aim to provide a healthcare experience that is affirming, respectful, and tailored to the needs of the LGBTQ+ community.