Bell Flower Clinic COVID-19 Update
In order to protect our patients and ourselves, we are taking several COVID-19 precautions at our clinic:
1. External building doors will be locked and will be badge access only. Patients will need to contact Bell Flower Clinic upon their arrival to the 5/3rd Bank Building. Information will be posted on the doors.
2. We will not be accepting walk in patients until further notice. Patients who are having symptoms of an STD or have known contact to syphilis, gonorrhea, or chlamydia can call to make a same-day appointment.
3. Clinic hours will be limited. We will have appointments from 9am to 3pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Tuesday we will have appointments from 11:30am to 3pm.
4. Only patients will be allowed into the building. Please do not have anyone accompany you to your scheduled appointment.
Bell Flower Clinic has discontinued the $30 rapid HSV2 blood test
Bell Flower Clinic has discontinued the $30 rapid HSV2 blood test due to some issues with the accuracy of the test results. If you think you are currently having a herpes outbreak, Bell Flower Clinic does offer other testing options; please call 317-221-8300 at 8 AM to schedule an appointment for an exam by a clinician.
Bell Flower Clinic Update:
Testing Services may be obtained at
1. the Marion County Public Health Department Substance Use Outreach Services location at 2951 E. 38th Street (317-221-4618),
2. Damien Center 26 N Arsenal Ave (317-632-0123)
3. Brother s United at 3737 North Meridian (317-931-0292)
4. Step Up at 850 North Meridian (317-259-7013 Ex. 19).
Please contact locations prior to attending for hours, directions and fees.
Physical exams may be provided by any healthcare provider. If you think you have a sexually transmitted disease, get tested.
*NOTICE OF FEE INCREASE*
Effective September 7, 2015
Sexually Transmitted Disease Check $20
Venereal Wart Treatment: First Visit $20
All other fees remain unchanged:
Venereal Wart Treatment – Return Visit $4
Rapid HIV Test: No additional charge.
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