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HIV/AIDS Testing Sites

Testing sites provide anonymous or confidential testing. A check mark denotes which service is offered by the testing site.

Anonymous testing is consented voluntary testing conducted without a client's identifying information being linked to testing or medical records, including the request for testing or test results.

Confidential testing is consented voluntary testing conducted with client’s information documented in client's record. This information may include name, address and locating information. This information is used to promote receipt of test results and linkage to follow-up counseling and referral for needed services.

Clients opting for anonymous testing should be informed that the provider cannot link the client's test result to the client by name. Therefore, if the client does not return for test results, the provider will not be able to contact the client with those results.