Confidential Sexual Health Testing in Albany
Better2Know provides fast, accurate and confidential HIV and STI testing in Albany. Our discreet private collection centres in the city use blood, swab, and/or urine samples to detect a wide range of harmful infections. These include HIV, Syphilis, Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and many more.
At your appointment in Albany, you will be seen by a qualified phlebotomist who will take your samples discreetly and efficiently. Once collected, samples are then sent for analysis at our fully certified laboratory in Australia. You will receive your results within one to five working days from the receipt of your sample by the laboratory, depending on the test or screen you select. Results are accessible online and we will also contact you when they are all ready to report.
To locate your nearest private facility in Albany, please see the interactive map below.
STI and HIV Testing in Albany
Better2Know is the global leader in private sexual health testing services. We can arrange same or next day appointments at our discreet sample collection centres across Albany, with facilities in the city centre, Mira Mar and elsewhere. Our wide range of tests and screens has been specially designed by a panel of medical experts to suit your needs. You can trust Better2Know to help you through the testing process and give you complete peace of mind over your sexual health status. Should you test positive for any STI, Better2Know will help you access the treatment you require, or refer you to a specialist service, if necessary.
24 hour sexual health hotline
To make an appointment in Albany, or anywhere else in Western Australia, select the Book Now button above and follow the instructions. If you would like to speak to an expert sexual health advisor, contact our experienced team today on the telephone number above. Our dedicated staff will process your booking and answer any further questions that you may have.
What is the difference between an STI and an STD?
An STI is a Sexually Transmitted Infection, and STD is a Sexually Transmitted Disease. They both mean the same group of sexually transmitted bacteria, viruses, protozoa, but with the advance in medication they are treatable infections not a disease.