A new Sexual Health Clinic is now open to serve those looking to be tested for STDs and HIV/AIDS.
Unlike the Southern Nevada Health District's main facility, the clinic is located in a professional business building at 400 Shadow Lane.
"We're pretty much limiting our services to a population that really needs to have confidentiality and anonymity, and we can offer that here a bit better than we could in a large building," said Rick Reich, HIV/AIDS and STD Disease Manager.
Services are priced at $30 and include testing, treatment, exams and counseling.
STD and HIV/AIDS services will no longer be available at the Henderson Public Health Center. For additional information, clients can contact the Sexual Health Clinic at (702) 759-0702.
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