STD/HIV/Hepatitis Services

 STD/HIV/Hepatitis Services

Madison County Syringe Exchange Program: Stephenie Grimes, 765-748-0010

Phone: 765-646-9206 Fax: 765-646-9208

Clinic location: 206 E 9th Street in Anderson (corner of 9th and Central Ave)

STD Clinic Madison County Health Department provides low cost clinical exams and testing for various Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Infections every Friday 3:30pm-5:00pm, with additional Friday morning clinics every 1st and 3rd Friday, 9:00am – 1:00pm.  The clinic is supported by the Indiana State Department of Health and Madison County taxpayers.  Patients must be 13 years of age and older.

DOES IT COST?  There is a $15.00 admin fee for every new visit.

WHAT TO BRING:  PHOTO ID, INSURANCE CARD (if insured), and $15.00  (cash or check only)

Lab tests include Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, HIV, Hepatitis B and C.    All patients will be subject to a risk assessment upon intake to best serve their needs.

Treatment is provided for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis by State supplied medication at no additional cost to the patient.  Other medications are available for conditions such as Trichomoniasis, Bacterial Vaginosis, Candida, Genital Warts, Herpes II,  and other related conditions, at no extra cost to the patient when in stock.  If we do not have the medication on hand, our Clinicians are able to write prescriptions for these conditions.

***To get medicine as a contact to someone with an infection, patients must bring paperwork from a physician or clinic, with the partner’s diagnosis.

For more specific information please read our clinic brochure:  STDclinicservices (English only)

Clinica de Enfermedades Transmitidas Sexualmente (ETS)

Todos los viernes 3:30pm – 6:00pm y Primer y tercer viernes 9:00am – 1:00pm

Practicante de la enfermera esta aqui No necesita una cita Examenes, pruebas y tratamiento est disponible Hay una tarifa de $15.00 Este servicio es confidencial


HIV OraQuick Advance (Rapid Testing) is available for those interested in HIV screening only.  Appointments are preferred.   There is no fee with this service.  Donations are welcomed.

Hepatitis C Testing and Referral Individuals can be tested for Hepatitis C at the Madison County Health Department.  Please call to speak to a counselor for a brief risk assessment..  An appointment will be made if there is current or are past risk behaviors for Hepatitis C infection.  For more information about Hepatitis C transmission, please go to   Indiana Hepatitis Resources Born between 1945-1965? Click here

Many individuals find out they are Hepatitis C positive through plasma or blood donation, ER visits,  substance abuse services, or other outreach programs.  While we do not provide treatment for Hepatitis C, our division does offer education on the disease, referral for free Hepatitis A and B vaccinations,  and a list of local primary care resources that will help with follow-up medical evaluation.

Speakers Bureau If you or your organization are looking for a guest speaker to present information on STD/HIV/Hepatitis or any other public health topic, please contact us.  We have trained professionals ready and willing to present in schools, detention centers, social service clubs, support groups, workshops, or any other venue needed.  Please call either Kellie J Kelley 765-641-9523, ext. 9207 or Karen Finnigan, Health Educator, ext. 9678.

Safer Sex Supplies Free latex and non-latex condoms  are available, free of charge, to walk-ins M-F, 8:00am-4:00pm.  There will be a basket of brown bags in our clinic reception area, next to a donation jar.  No donation is too small to help support this important resource.  We can provide education on the subject as well.  Just ask the receptionist to speak to an educator or counselor.  If a counselor is not available at the time of your visit, just make an appointment.  Your health and ability to remain disease-free is very important to us.

Communicable Disease Reporting

Communicable Disease Reporting Rule for Physicians, Hospitals, and Laboratories (PDF) List of Reportable Communicable Diseases For up-to-date CDC health publications, click here.

Indiana HIV/STD Resources