Frequently Asked Questions

Children’s Services
   Q: Do we do sports physicals?
   A: YES, the child must bring physical form from their school.
Family Planning
  Q: What methods of birth control are offered?
  A: Pills, condoms, Depo Provera, natural family planning, abstinence,
       ECP (emergency contraception pill) and Diaphragm.
  Q: How soon will test results be returned?
  A: 2-4 weeks.
  Q: Can we get pap results over the phone?
  A: Yes, a nurse will talk with you about your results.
HIV
  Q: How long does it take to receive my results?
  A: 1-2 weeks
  Q: Is my HIV testing confidential?
  A: Yes, testing can also be anonymous.
Immunizations
  Q: Will there be a reaction?
  A: A vaccine, like any medication, is capable of causing serious problems such as a severe allergic reaction.
There may be a slight local reaction at the site of the injection. Risks from the vaccine are much smaller
than the risks from the diseases if people stopped using the vaccine.
 Q: Can immunizations be given if the child or adult is ill?
 A: Any one that is moderately or severely ill should wait until they are fully recovered.
STD Testing
  Q: How soon can I expect to get my results?
  A: 7-10 days
  Q: Is there a charge for the exam or treatment?
  A: No, the medications are provided by the State of West Virginia.
Tuberculosis Clinic
  Q: What is TB?
  A: Tuberculosis (TB) is a serious contagious disease. It can destroy
        your lungs and it can be deadly, but it also can be cured.
Children’s Services
Q: Do we do sports physicals?
A: YES, the child must bring physical form from their school.
Family Planning
Q: What methods of birth control are offered?
A: Pills, condoms, Depo Provera, natural family planning, abstinence,
ECP (emergency contraception pill) and Diaphragm.
Q: How soon will test results be returned?
A: 2-4 weeks.
Q: Can we get pap results over the phone?
A: Yes, a nurse will talk with you about your results.
HIV
Q: How long does it take to receive my results?
A: 1-2 weeks
Q: Is my HIV testing confidential?
A: Yes, testing can also be anonymous.
Immunizations
Q: Will there be a reaction?
A: A vaccine, like any medication, is capable of causing serious problems such as a severe allergic reaction. There may be a slight local reaction at the site of the injection. Risks from the vaccine are much smaller than the risks from the diseases if people stopped using the vaccine.
Q: Can immunizations be given if the child or adult is ill?
A: Any one that is moderately or severely ill should wait until they are fully recovered.
STD Testing
Q: How soon can I expect to get my results?
A: 7-10 days
Q: Is there a charge for the exam or treatment?
A: No, the medications are provided by the State of West Virginia .
Tuberculosis Clinic
Q: What is TB?
A: Tuberculosis (TB) is a serious contagious disease. It can destroy
your lungs and it can be deadly, but it also can be cured.

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