Do I have to live in Hamilton to attend the Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic?

Residents of Hopewell Borough and Pennington should contact Montgomery Township for services, and Trenton residents may use Henry J. Austin Health Center for services.

The Hamilton Township Division of Health offers free and confidential clinics for STIs to residents of Hamilton Township and residents of the municipalities of East Windsor, Ewing, Hightstown, Hopewell Township, Lawrence, Princeton, Robbinsville, and West Windsor.

STI Clinic Schedule: Tuesdays, 9 am to noon and 3 to 5:30 pm

Walk-in, No Appointment Required!

Location: 2100 Greenwood Avenue, Hamilton, NJ 08609

Face masks required during the clinic

Please call the Hamilton Township Division of Health at either 609-890-3647 or 609-890-3884 for more information about STI testing, screening, and treatment.

Students residing on the campuses of Rider University and The College of NJ will also receive services free of charge with a college ID.

HIV Testing Information

The Hamilton Township Division of Health currently offers HIV testing through a partnership with the NJ Department of Health. HIV Testing takes place during the same hours of the STI clinic mentioned above. HIV tests are rapid with results in approximately 20 minutes.

Other Clinics

All Mercer County residents may also use the following clinic for STI or HIV Testing:

Henry J. Austin Health Center
321 North Warren Street
Trenton, NJ 08618

Please call for an appointment:

  • HIV Testing: 609-278-5951 or 609-278-5946
  • Main Clinic: 609-278-5900

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1. Are flu immunizations provided to homebound residents?
2. Do I have to live in Hamilton to attend the Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic?
3. Do I have to pay for a flu immunization?
4. Is there a charge and is an appointment needed for the Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic?
5. What are the times and places for the Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinic?
6. What tests are available at the STD Clinic and is an examination provided?
7. When are the private flu clinics for over 55 communities?
8. When are flu immunization clinics held in 2024?
9. Who can come to the flu immunization clinics?
10. Who should receive Pneumonia Vaccine, and if I am eligible how do I schedule an appointment?
11. Where can I get information on the Coronavirus?