STD Clinic & Communicable Disease Monitoring

General Information:


The Allen County Family Planning STD Clinic offers comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for sexually transmitted infections.  Care is provided by physicians and nurse practitioners supported by a professional and caring staff.  Education and counseling are also available.


Clinic Services

Walk-in clinic hours: Each Tuesday from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Appointments are available by calling 419-228-6154 for additional exam times.

Education regarding STD prevention and treatment, follow-up management, and counseling is provided by trained staff.

If you would like to be tested for HIV only, please call 419-228-4457.


Services are available to both male and female clients. 


Fees apply and are assessed based on HOUSEHOLD INCOME information using the federal poverty guidelines.  Medicaid accepted. We are a participating provider for Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, AmBetter, United Healthcare, and Medical Mutual.

Payment methods – Cash, check, and credit card. There is a $2.50 minimum fee for credit cards.  No one denied service due to inability to pay.

How do I make an appointment?

Walk-in clinic hours: Each Tuesday from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. – no appointment needed


Appointment times are available by calling 419-228-6154 for additional exam times.

Communicable Disease Monitoring and Epidemiology

The Allen County Health Department is committed to protecting the health and safety of our residents by preventing the spread of communicable diseases.

The disease monitoring program gathers information on infectious conditions of public health concern from doctors, hospitals, and laboratories.  In Allen County, we also work closely with area schools to track attendance.  Several websites are also monitored for local, national and international trends so that professionals can prepare for potential increases of disease and emerging infections.  In addition, information is also collected on some behaviors that may put people at risk of disease, and on medical procedures such as immunization, which may help prevent disease.

We use this information to detect and control disease outbreaks, treat patients and contacts, and provide education.


Reportable Diseases

The level of urgency and method of reporting varies depending on the disease classification. Please refer to the Infectious Disease Control Manual for the most complete and current information.

KnowYourABCs-2016  a Quick Guide to Reportable Infectious Diseases in Ohio