Patient education tools

At Quest Diagnostics, we understand your commitment to helping patients. Below are some complimentary materials that you can download to offer your patients. In addition, we have provided links to some reputable websites to help educate your patients on HIV. Healthcare provider resources can be found in our Healthcare provider resource center.

If you’re ages 13 to 64, this test is for you

Help your patients understand why it’s important to get tested for HIV and how easy it can be.

Take action to
stay healthy

Information for your newly diagnosed patients to help them stay as healthy as possible

What you need to know about sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

Help educate your patients about the risks associated with STIs.

No matter who you are, STIs can affect you. Get tested. Know your status

Help your LGBT patients understand why it’s important to get tested for STIs and how easy it can be.

This test is for everyone ages 13 to 64 (Spanish)

Spanish patient brochure to help your patients understand why it’s important to get tested for HIV and how easy it can be

This test is for everyone ages 13 to 64 (Chinese)

Chinese patient brochure to help your patients understand why it’s important to get tested for HIV and how easy it can be

This test is for everyone ages 13 to 64 (Korean)

Korean patient brochure to help your patients understand why it’s important to get tested for HIV and how easy it can be

HIV.gov

HIV.gov provides one-stop access to U.S. government HIV/AIDS information.

AIDSinfo

AIDSinfo is a U.S. government service that offers information on HIV treatment, prevention, and research.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The CDC provides information on HIV basics: the virus, its origins, symptoms, and testing.

WebMD

WebMD has helpful information on HIV, its symptoms, testing, treatment, and prevention.

 

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AIDS=acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.