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Picton STI Quick Test Clinic

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Walk-in STI Quick Test Clinics for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea No appointment necessary. Clinic is closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. If you are sexually active, getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is one of the most important things you can do to protect your health. Routine STI testing is important because many people may have an STI and not have any symptoms. If a person does not know they have an STI they may pass it on to their sexual partner(s). They may also be at risk of developing complications such as pelvic inflammatory disease and/or infertility. While individuals are encouraged to contact their own health care provider for STI testing, this may not be an option for everyone. In response, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) has launched STI Quick Test Clinics to provide easy-access testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea at all office locations. Individuals can drop in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours, fill out a form (bring your health card if you have one) and provide a self-collected sample (pee in a cup and/or throat swab and/or rectal swab) – no appointment necessary. People who believe they may have an STI and are experiencing symptoms such as burning when they pee, abnormal discharge, pelvic or testicular pain, should seek assessment and testing from a medical professional. There is no health care provider at this clinic and full consultation is not available. Individuals with symptoms will not get a diagnosis or treatment at the time of the test. Key things to remember if you attend the STI Quick Test Clinics: This is a self-serve testing clinic ONLY – there is no medical professional at the clinic; you will not receive assessment, diagnosis or treatment Appointments are not required (drop-in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours) While the test itself will only take a few minutes, wait time will vary depending on the volume of clients Please do not urinate (go pee) 1 hour before you attend the clinic. Please bring your health card (if you have one) No News is Good News: we only contact you if you have a positive test If you need more information after reviewing this page, please call 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 243.

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Picton Dental Clinic for Kids

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Preventive Dental Clinics are offered at Hastings Prince Edward Public Health offices for children and teens, 17 years of age and under, to help keep their teeth healthy. Clinics are held throughout Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, and are by appointment only. Please call 613-966-5500 ext. 680 to make an appointment. We offer a variety of preventive services for eligible children age 17 and under: Oral health instruction (tips for keeping a healthy mouth and a healthy smile) Scaling (professional cleaning that removes hard deposits and stains) Topical fluoride (strengthens teeth and helps prevent cavities) Interim stabilization therapy (a temporary restoration procedure) Sealants (protective coatings for the teeth to help prevent cavities)

Recurring

Picton STI Quick Test Clinic

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Walk-in STI Quick Test Clinics for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea No appointment necessary. Clinic is closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. If you are sexually active, getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is one of the most important things you can do to protect your health. Routine STI testing is important because many people may have an STI and not have any symptoms. If a person does not know they have an STI they may pass it on to their sexual partner(s). They may also be at risk of developing complications such as pelvic inflammatory disease and/or infertility. While individuals are encouraged to contact their own health care provider for STI testing, this may not be an option for everyone. In response, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) has launched STI Quick Test Clinics to provide easy-access testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea at all office locations. Individuals can drop in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours, fill out a form (bring your health card if you have one) and provide a self-collected sample (pee in a cup and/or throat swab and/or rectal swab) – no appointment necessary. People who believe they may have an STI and are experiencing symptoms such as burning when they pee, abnormal discharge, pelvic or testicular pain, should seek assessment and testing from a medical professional. There is no health care provider at this clinic and full consultation is not available. Individuals with symptoms will not get a diagnosis or treatment at the time of the test. Key things to remember if you attend the STI Quick Test Clinics: This is a self-serve testing clinic ONLY – there is no medical professional at the clinic; you will not receive assessment, diagnosis or treatment Appointments are not required (drop-in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours) While the test itself will only take a few minutes, wait time will vary depending on the volume of clients Please do not urinate (go pee) 1 hour before you attend the clinic. Please bring your health card (if you have one) No News is Good News: we only contact you if you have a positive test If you need more information after reviewing this page, please call 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 243.

Recurring

Picton STI Quick Test Clinic

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Walk-in STI Quick Test Clinics for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea No appointment necessary. Clinic is closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. If you are sexually active, getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is one of the most important things you can do to protect your health. Routine STI testing is important because many people may have an STI and not have any symptoms. If a person does not know they have an STI they may pass it on to their sexual partner(s). They may also be at risk of developing complications such as pelvic inflammatory disease and/or infertility. While individuals are encouraged to contact their own health care provider for STI testing, this may not be an option for everyone. In response, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) has launched STI Quick Test Clinics to provide easy-access testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea at all office locations. Individuals can drop in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours, fill out a form (bring your health card if you have one) and provide a self-collected sample (pee in a cup and/or throat swab and/or rectal swab) – no appointment necessary. People who believe they may have an STI and are experiencing symptoms such as burning when they pee, abnormal discharge, pelvic or testicular pain, should seek assessment and testing from a medical professional. There is no health care provider at this clinic and full consultation is not available. Individuals with symptoms will not get a diagnosis or treatment at the time of the test. Key things to remember if you attend the STI Quick Test Clinics: This is a self-serve testing clinic ONLY – there is no medical professional at the clinic; you will not receive assessment, diagnosis or treatment Appointments are not required (drop-in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours) While the test itself will only take a few minutes, wait time will vary depending on the volume of clients Please do not urinate (go pee) 1 hour before you attend the clinic. Please bring your health card (if you have one) No News is Good News: we only contact you if you have a positive test If you need more information after reviewing this page, please call 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 243.

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Picton Dental Clinic for Kids

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Preventive Dental Clinics are offered at Hastings Prince Edward Public Health offices for children and teens, 17 years of age and under, to help keep their teeth healthy. Clinics are held throughout Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, and are by appointment only. Please call 613-966-5500 ext. 680 to make an appointment. We offer a variety of preventive services for eligible children age 17 and under: Oral health instruction (tips for keeping a healthy mouth and a healthy smile) Scaling (professional cleaning that removes hard deposits and stains) Topical fluoride (strengthens teeth and helps prevent cavities) Interim stabilization therapy (a temporary restoration procedure) Sealants (protective coatings for the teeth to help prevent cavities)

Recurring

Picton STI Quick Test Clinic

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Walk-in STI Quick Test Clinics for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea No appointment necessary. Clinic is closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. If you are sexually active, getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is one of the most important things you can do to protect your health. Routine STI testing is important because many people may have an STI and not have any symptoms. If a person does not know they have an STI they may pass it on to their sexual partner(s). They may also be at risk of developing complications such as pelvic inflammatory disease and/or infertility. While individuals are encouraged to contact their own health care provider for STI testing, this may not be an option for everyone. In response, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) has launched STI Quick Test Clinics to provide easy-access testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea at all office locations. Individuals can drop in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours, fill out a form (bring your health card if you have one) and provide a self-collected sample (pee in a cup and/or throat swab and/or rectal swab) – no appointment necessary. People who believe they may have an STI and are experiencing symptoms such as burning when they pee, abnormal discharge, pelvic or testicular pain, should seek assessment and testing from a medical professional. There is no health care provider at this clinic and full consultation is not available. Individuals with symptoms will not get a diagnosis or treatment at the time of the test. Key things to remember if you attend the STI Quick Test Clinics: This is a self-serve testing clinic ONLY – there is no medical professional at the clinic; you will not receive assessment, diagnosis or treatment Appointments are not required (drop-in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours) While the test itself will only take a few minutes, wait time will vary depending on the volume of clients Please do not urinate (go pee) 1 hour before you attend the clinic. Please bring your health card (if you have one) No News is Good News: we only contact you if you have a positive test If you need more information after reviewing this page, please call 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 243.

Recurring

Picton STI Quick Test Clinic

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Walk-in STI Quick Test Clinics for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea No appointment necessary. Clinic is closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. If you are sexually active, getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is one of the most important things you can do to protect your health. Routine STI testing is important because many people may have an STI and not have any symptoms. If a person does not know they have an STI they may pass it on to their sexual partner(s). They may also be at risk of developing complications such as pelvic inflammatory disease and/or infertility. While individuals are encouraged to contact their own health care provider for STI testing, this may not be an option for everyone. In response, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) has launched STI Quick Test Clinics to provide easy-access testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea at all office locations. Individuals can drop in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours, fill out a form (bring your health card if you have one) and provide a self-collected sample (pee in a cup and/or throat swab and/or rectal swab) – no appointment necessary. People who believe they may have an STI and are experiencing symptoms such as burning when they pee, abnormal discharge, pelvic or testicular pain, should seek assessment and testing from a medical professional. There is no health care provider at this clinic and full consultation is not available. Individuals with symptoms will not get a diagnosis or treatment at the time of the test. Key things to remember if you attend the STI Quick Test Clinics: This is a self-serve testing clinic ONLY – there is no medical professional at the clinic; you will not receive assessment, diagnosis or treatment Appointments are not required (drop-in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours) While the test itself will only take a few minutes, wait time will vary depending on the volume of clients Please do not urinate (go pee) 1 hour before you attend the clinic. Please bring your health card (if you have one) No News is Good News: we only contact you if you have a positive test If you need more information after reviewing this page, please call 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 243.

Recurring

Picton Dental Clinic for Kids

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Preventive Dental Clinics are offered at Hastings Prince Edward Public Health offices for children and teens, 17 years of age and under, to help keep their teeth healthy. Clinics are held throughout Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, and are by appointment only. Please call 613-966-5500 ext. 680 to make an appointment. We offer a variety of preventive services for eligible children age 17 and under: Oral health instruction (tips for keeping a healthy mouth and a healthy smile) Scaling (professional cleaning that removes hard deposits and stains) Topical fluoride (strengthens teeth and helps prevent cavities) Interim stabilization therapy (a temporary restoration procedure) Sealants (protective coatings for the teeth to help prevent cavities)

Recurring

Picton STI Quick Test Clinic

Public Health Prince Edward County Office 35 Bridge Street, Suite 1, Picton, Ontario

Walk-in STI Quick Test Clinics for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea No appointment necessary. Clinic is closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. If you are sexually active, getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is one of the most important things you can do to protect your health. Routine STI testing is important because many people may have an STI and not have any symptoms. If a person does not know they have an STI they may pass it on to their sexual partner(s). They may also be at risk of developing complications such as pelvic inflammatory disease and/or infertility. While individuals are encouraged to contact their own health care provider for STI testing, this may not be an option for everyone. In response, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) has launched STI Quick Test Clinics to provide easy-access testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea at all office locations. Individuals can drop in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours, fill out a form (bring your health card if you have one) and provide a self-collected sample (pee in a cup and/or throat swab and/or rectal swab) – no appointment necessary. People who believe they may have an STI and are experiencing symptoms such as burning when they pee, abnormal discharge, pelvic or testicular pain, should seek assessment and testing from a medical professional. There is no health care provider at this clinic and full consultation is not available. Individuals with symptoms will not get a diagnosis or treatment at the time of the test. Key things to remember if you attend the STI Quick Test Clinics: This is a self-serve testing clinic ONLY – there is no medical professional at the clinic; you will not receive assessment, diagnosis or treatment Appointments are not required (drop-in during STI Quick Test Clinic hours) While the test itself will only take a few minutes, wait time will vary depending on the volume of clients Please do not urinate (go pee) 1 hour before you attend the clinic. Please bring your health card (if you have one) No News is Good News: we only contact you if you have a positive test If you need more information after reviewing this page, please call 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 243.

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COVID-19 VACCINES IN HPEPH

Appointments for individuals 5+ can be booked through the provincial vaccine booking site, or by calling 1-833-943-3900 from 8 am to 8 pm, 7 days a week.  

Due to limited supply, HPEPH will initially be prioritizing available bivalent vaccine for residents and workers at identified highest-risk facilities.  Some HPEPH vaccination clinics MAY offer the bivalent vaccine, as availability allows. Vaccine clinics in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties will continue to offer monovalent vaccines (the same mRNA vaccines given as the primary series) for all eligible individuals until a steady supply of the bivalent vaccine is available.

Visit the HPEPH vaccine booking web page for details.

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Symptoms or exposure? Visit www.ontario.ca/exposed for the most up to date information about what to do.

For the most up to date information on current provincial restrictions, visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/public-health-measures.

The Ministry of Health has launched a new toll-free line as an additional resource to help answer questions from the public regarding evolving COVID-19 testing and isolation guidance. The line can be reached at 1-888-777-0730, and is available from 8 am to 6 pm, 7 days a week.