Screening and Testing
Health Screenings |
Tuberculosis Testing | Cancer Screenings
following health screenings are available at the health department's clinical
services site (2716 W. Central) and some at the
View a list of clinic hours and contact
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- STD/HIV Testing and Care - Parental consent is NOT necessary to be tested or treated for
An appointment is necessary: call 660-7300 to
schedule an appointment. The Sedgwick County Health Department offers
confidential and anonymous testing
and treatment of the following STDs:
Tuberculosis Control Program Clinic
- You should get tested for
- You have spent time with a person known to have active TB
disease or suspected to have active TB disease.
- You have HIV infection or another condition that puts you at high
risk for active TB disease
- You think you might have active TB disease
- You are from a country where active TB disease is very common (most
countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, Eastern
Europe, and Russia)
- You live somewhere in the United States where active TB disease is
more common, such as a homeless shelter, migrant farm camp, prison or
jail, and some nursing homes
- You inject illegal drugs.
- If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of tuberculosis
had a recent positive TB skin test, contact your primary care
physician. If you do not have a primary care physician, please
contact the Tuberculosis Control Program to get a test to get more
- Tuberculosis Control Program Information
Unless you have been contacted by the TB Control Program clinic to receive
testing, TB skin testing for immigration, employment, etc., is available by
Sedgwick County Health Department
2716 W. Central
Wichita, KS 67203
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1900 E. 9th St.
Wichita, KS 67214
Follow the signs to the west side of the building.
Office hours are:
Monday-Wednesday 8 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The clinic is closed on Thursday morning and Friday.
- Pap smears and pelvic exams by appointment
- A yearly
precancerous, abnormal changes in the cervix is
the most effective tool women have to help protect themselves from cervical
testicular self-examination education
- Free breast and cervical cancer screenings available to women
who meet program guidelines.
guidelines for eligibility here.
- Referrals for free mammography for women meeting program guidelines
- ask about this when you schedule a screening