How Do I Get Tested For An Anonymous HIV Test In Singapore
These 3 letters H, I, and V put together, or commonly known as the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, sets alarm bells ringing in most people’s minds. Often, the anxiety and concern that goes through one’s mind can often be allayed through a simple consult with our doctors to assess your risk and or a test to decide what to do next.
Still concerned? Read on to find out more and take the next step to schedule a consultation and Anonymous HIV Testing in Singapore with our doctors.
How is it Even Possible to Get HIV Tested Anonymously?
Yes it is that simple with our “3 step test” guide
- Walk into our clinic at Robertson Walk.
- Let our staff know you are here for the “AHT”.
- Private consultation with the doctor.
- The doctor will proceed with the “3 Step Test”.
- After 20 minutes your results will be ready.
- Reviewing of your HIV test result with our doctor.
Who Should Get HIV Tested?
If you have a concern for HIV transmission or even a sexual health concern, we advise you to see us get your queries addressed.
Where appropriate, we will support you with the HIV test.
How Is HIV Testing Done? I am Scared of Needles
A small finger prick is done, it will be slightly uncomfortable, and a few drops of blood are collected. No needles are involved.
How Long Do I Have to Wait for the HIV Test Results?
The results take 20 mins to be ready and your doctor will discuss the results with you
How Much Does the Anonymous HIV Test cost?
Rapid Fingerprick HIV (3rdGen Test) – (90 days after exposure)
Rapid Fingerprick HIV Combo Test (4thGeneration) – (28 days after exposure)
All results take 20 mins. Consultation charge is from $22.00
Anonymous HIV Testing in Singapore is only available in our Robertson Walk Branch.
Upholding Patient Confidentiality is our utmost priority. Therefore reports will NOT be snail mailed by post. Results can be communicated via phone or email.
During the private consultation, you can speak to our doctors about all of your HIV-related concerns. The doctor will then recommend the correct HIV Test or STD test.
Our registered doctors will administer the HIV and STD tests, which are approved by the Health Sciences Authority (HSA)
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