Coronatest

Test today, result the next day.

  • No waiting time.
  • PCR Test: €160,-
  • Speed test: €160,-
  • Antibody test: €100,-

Coronatest

Test today, result the next day.

  • No waiting time.
  • PCR Test: €160,-
  • Speed test: €160,-
  • Antibody test: €100,-

Coronatest

Test today, result the next day.

  • No waiting time.
  • PCR Test: €160,-
  • Speed test: €160,-
  • Antibody test: €100,-

Feel safe to visit StadsKliniek today

StadsKliniek is an accredited clinic for coronatesting, STD testing and travel vaccinations.

We do not work with waiting times, so you can go directly to one of our eight clinics in the Netherlands.

Make an appointment now in our online agenda or contact us by phone or via WhatsApp.

Authorized private clinic

BIG registered doctors

ISO certified lab

LCR registration

How does it work?

Step 1
Make an appointment online
Quick and easy. Schedule an appointment at a time that suits you best.

Step 2
Come to the clinic
Come to a clinic of StadsKliniek in one of the eight cities.

Step 3
Check your test result
View your test result online with the unique code that you get during the appointment.

5.0

“I was able to go for a test directly and I got the result the day after.
What a relief”

Marieke | Location Amsterdam

STD-test Prices

Basic STD-test

110,-
  • You will be tested on:
  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia

Extensive STD-test

160,-
  • You will be tested on:
  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia
  • Syphillis
  • HIV
  • Hepatitis B or C

Extra body test

35,-
  • Especially for chlamydia and gonorrhea:
  • STD test for an extra body location.
  • Make sure your throat or anus are STD free.

Compare STD-tests

All benefits at a glance

StadsKliniekGGDGPSelftest
Can I test it directly?Yes. no waiting time.Depends on region and risk.Depends on necessityDepends on mail delivery.
Is the test anonymous?Yes, 100% anonymous.Yes.No.Delivery to your home address.
Is the test reliable?Yes. ISO-certified labYes.Yes.Depends on the test. No doctor consultation
Can I get an STD-treatment?Yes.Yes.Yes.No.
Extended opening hours?Yes, also during weekendsand evenings.No.No.Yes, at home.
What does an STD-test cost?Starting from € 80,-Free for risk groups€ 40,- to € 300,-From € 30,- per STD
Can I test with my partner?Yes.No.No.Yes.

At StadsKliniek you are always assured of a discrete test where you will receive reliable results real quick. Come to one of our STD clinics in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, The Hague, Eindhoven, Amstelveen, Almere, or Breda today. Our locations are easily accessible by car, bicycle, or, of course, public transport.

The test only takes 15 minutes to complete. In addition, our doctors can also inform you about risks, various STDs, the treatment process and tell you more about warning your partner.

You can also go to StadsKliniek for STD treatment, STD home tests, and travel vaccinations. Make an appointment online or just call, and we will be glad to help
you.

When do you have to test for an STD?

Gonorrhea

  • When you’ve had unsafe sexual contact
  • When you’ve been warned by someone for gonorrhea or another STD
  • When something went wrong with the condom during sexual intercourse
  • When you have complaints that indicate a gonorrhea infection (see gonorrhea symptoms)
  • When you have a new relationship and you want to stop using a condom
  • At the start of your pregnancy, to make sure your child doesn’t get infected

Chlamydia

  • When you’ve had unsafe sexual contact
  • When you’ve been warned by someone for chlamydia or another STD
  • When something went wrong with the condom during sexual intercourse
  • When you have symptoms that indicate a chlamydia infection (see symptoms of chlamydia)
  • When you have a new relationship and you want to stop using a condom
  • At the start of your pregnancy, to make sure that your child doesn’t get infected

Syphilis

  • When you’ve had unsafe sexual contact
  • When you’ve been warned by someone for syphilis or another STD
  • When something went wrong with the condom during sexual intercourse
  • When you have symptoms that indicate a syphilis infection (see symptoms syphilis)
  • When you have a new relationship and you want to stop using a condom
  • At the start of your pregnancy, to make sure that your child does not get infected

Hiv

  • You have had unsafe sexual contact (with anal sex the chance is greater), (pipes and mouthpieces are also risk factors in contact with sperm and/or blood in the mouth)
  • You have been warned by someone about HIV or another STD
  • Something went wrong with the condom during intercourse
  • You have symptoms that indicate an HIV infection (see symptoms of HIV)
  • You have a new relationship and you want to stop using the condom
  • At the start of your pregnancy so that your child does not get infected

Hepatitis B

  • When you’ve had unsafe sexual contact
  • When you’ve been warned by someone for hepatitis B or another STD
  • When something went wrong with the condom during sexual intercourse
  • When you have symptoms that indicate a hepatitis B infection (see hepatitis B symptoms)
  • When you have a new relationship and you want to stop using a condom
  • At the start of your pregnancy, to make sure your child does not get infected
  • When you have injected yourself with drugs
  • When you come from a country where hepatitis B is common
  • When you have reused a possibly infected injection needle

Trichomonas

  • When you’ve had unsafe sexual contact
  • When you’ve been warned by someone about trichomonas
  • When something went wrong with the condom during sexual intercourse
  • When you have symptoms that indicate a trichomonas infection (see symptoms trichomonas)
  • When you have a new relationship and you want to stop using a condom
  • At the start of your pregnancy, to make sure your child does not get infected

Herpes genitalis

If you have complaints and cold sores and/or blisters, you generally do not need to take a test, because the diagnosis of herpes genitalis can often be made by the doctor, based on the symptoms and seeing the blisters. It is therefore wise to have the sores/blisters assessed. The faster you do this after the appearance of the blisters, the more convenient it will be. If you have any doubts, testing is possible. However, this is only possible when a strip of fluid can be taken of the sore.

This test is most reliable if the blisters have not been there that long. So don’t wait too long to make an appointment if you have sores. If the test shows that you are infected with the herpes virus then this test also tells you which type of herpes virus you have been infected with.

Mycoplasma genitalium

Testing for mycoplasma genitalium occurs in most cases after chlamydia and gonorrhea have been excluded and still have complaints. If you have been warned about this STD, you can of course also immediately test for Mycoplasma genitalium. However, it is important that chlamydia and gonorrhea are excluded.

Genital warts

Genital warts are caused by the HPV virus. They arise around the vagina, penis,fst or anus. They start small and can expand in groups. They can be recognized by their pink-red or gray-white color.

Genital warts are common and can occur a few weeks or months after being infected with HPV. Just like other STDs, the virus can remain in the body for a long time without any symptoms. Be aware that the virus can be transmitted without you or a sexual partner knowing.