Screening for HIV

vials of blood labeled HIV

HIV screening is recommended for all adolescents and adults 13-64 years of age. Testing can reduce HIV transmission and early diagnosis can improve medical outcomes.

Discussing Sexual Health
Partner Notification Services
Screening Women During Labor and Delivery
Screening in Clinical Settings
Benefits of Routine Screening

Learn how healthcare providers can diagnose HIV sooner if they test more people and test people at high risk more often.

Diagnostic Tests

Learn more about FDA approved diagnostic tests for use in moderate and high complexity laboratories.

Clinician Screening Materials

Access tools and resources from HIV Screening. Standard Care. to help incorporate HIV testing into primary care settings.

Continuing Education

Serostatus Matters is a continuing medical education offering that helps providers incorporate routine HIV screening into clinical practice.

Guidelines and Recommendations
Guidelines and Recommendations

Access guidelines, scientific evidence, and recommendations to make screening a part of daily routine care.

Download or order clinician and patient materials from CDC's Let's Stop HIV Together campaign