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100 West Burton Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Phone: 615-898-7880
Fax: 615-898-7829

108 David Collins Drive
Smyrna, TN 37167
Phone: 615-355-6175
Fax: 615-459-7996

Hours: 8:00AM – 4:30PM

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)

For the Public

If you think you have been exposed to an STD or are experiencing symptoms, please call and make an appointment with us at either of our two locations:

Murfreesboro Clinic: 615-898-7880

Smyrna Clinic: 615-355-6175

Routine testing includes:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Syphilis
  • HIV
  • Hepatitis C

Please note that an appointment is required for routine STD testing.

If you have already been tested at one of our clinics and have questions, please call 615-898-7880 and select option 1.

If you have any additional questions about STDs or anything related, please email Anne Eakes at [email protected].

Helpful Resources

For reliable information about specific STDs, please visit either of the following websites:


For Healthcare Providers


All physicians, laboratories, hospitals, and healthcare providers are required to report any diagnoses of a reportable disease to the TN Department of Health. 

Providers can call or fax the PH-1600 reporting form to the Rutherford County Health Department. All faxed PH-1600 reporting forms should be sent to 615-898-7829. To phone in a report, or for any questions or concerns relating to a reportable disease please call 615-898-7881. 

All disease reporting requiring immediate telephone notification not during the health department hours of operation (8:00 AM-4:30 pm Monday through Friday) should be addressed to the Department of Health Communicable and Environmental Diseases and Emergency Preparedness at 615-741-7247 or 800-404-3006. 

Reliable Resources

An excellent resource for the public, and for healthcare providers, can be found at

This site provides all information needed for reporting. The A-Z listing contains information on all reportable diseases.

For the public, there is a patient fact sheet for all diseases.

For health care providers, there is a description of every disease, reporting guidelines, testing information, and a link to print the PH-1600 required for reporting.