You will need a promo code to create a new account.
GetCheckedOnline is available at select LifeLabs locations in British Columbia.
Good news! GetCheckedOnline now offers throat and rectal swabs for chlamydia and gonorrhea testing. Please be aware that if swabs are recommended for you but you do not bring your swabs back to LifeLabs, you will not be able to see your results online.
Did you know that you can make an appointment at a participating LifeLabs to give your samples? Avoid the line-ups and long waits! Visit the LifeLabs website to book your next appointment.
GetCheckedOnline does not test for all STIs. If you want to get tested for other kinds of STIs, you will need to visit a clinic or see your doctor.
GetCheckedOnline is a new and easy way to test for sexually transmitted infections (STI) in British Columbia, Canada. In a few steps, you can print a lab form, then go to a participating LifeLabs site to give your samples and get your results online or over the phone.
GetCheckedOnline is operated by the BC Centre for Disease Control. It is available in Vancouver and select communities on Vancouver Island and in the Interior. You will need a valid promotional code to create your account; visit Getting a Code to find out how and where to get a code. We hope to expand GetCheckedOnline to other areas in BC in the future.
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