Men's Health

Routine exams are available through our Medical Clinic. Call or make an appointment online using our secure portal (linked on the right under Announcements).

HPV Vaccine
The HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Vaccine is available through our Immunization Clinic, and can be billed through your insurance.

STD Screening and Counseling
Patients with urgent problems will be seen as soon as possible, but please call in advance so we can determine how best to meet your needs. If you are uncomfortable or very worried, we always try to arrange for you to be seen the same day you call, but it is not always possible. There may be a several day wait for less urgent problems.

Patients who would like to schedule for just a routine STD screen can call or can make an appointment online, ideally at least two weeks from possible exposure.

Sexually Transmitted Disease Treatment
In addition to screening and counseling, evaluations are also available for Herpes, Genital Warts, and other dermatological problems. Available testing includes:
– Gonorrhea/Chlamydia testing
– Syphilis Blood work
– Herpes Viral Culture when medically indicated
– HIV counseling and testing referrals

Ideally, STD testing after a possible exposure should be done at least two weeks later.

Health Resources
Sexual Offense Support (SOS)
Frequently Asked Questions About Sexual Assault
Office of Equity and Inclusion
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
Resources for LGBTQ+ Students
Resources for Transgender Students
Young Men’s Health
Men’s Health Network
Testicular Cancer from Mayo Clinic
Testicular Torsion
Hair Loss
Alcohol Use Self Assessment
Smoking and Tobacco Use
Go Ask Alice!

Contraception Resources
General Contraception Overview/Information
Male Condoms

STD Resources
Genital HPV Infection (including genital warts)
HPV Vaccine
Genital Herpes
Pubic Lice

Emergencies and After-Hours Care

Medical Emergencies

Christiana Care Health System

Newark Urgent Care

CareNet After-Hours Medical Advice

Other Options for 24/7 Care and Pharmacies

Be sure to tell your provider if you suspect or know that you are COVID-19 positive so that appropriate precautions can be taken.