Sexual Health Assessment

We rely on polymerase chain reaction testing (PCR) for the most rapid, specific and sensitive testing available for HIV and HSV diagnosis. Our focus on clinically relevant targets means you get exactly the data you need to aid in diagnosis. Our extensive menu of women’s health test offerings makes adherence to national testing guidelines easy.

Disease Testing Guidelines PeaceHealth Laboratories Tests
Chlamydia CDC:
  • Routine screening of all sexually active women aged = 25 years
  • Routine screening should occur whether or not patient is pregnant
  • 68363 / LAB2050   CT & GC, TMA Amplified
  • 68360 / LAB2051   CT, TMA Amplified
Gonorrhea CDC:
  • Screening recommended for all young, sexually active women, including those who are pregnant
  • Those with individual or population risk factors should also be screened
  • 68363 / LAB2050   CT & GC, TMA Amplified
  • 68362 / LAB2455   GC, TMA Amplified
Cervical Cancer ACOG:
  • First cervical cancer screening at age 21
  • Screening every two years for women <30
  • Screening every three years for women >30
  • 70072 ThinPrep Pap
  • 70066 ThinPrep Pap with HPV*

  • 70062 SurePath Pap
  • 70091 SurePath Pap with HPV*
*ThinPrep and SurePath testing for HPV >/+ 30 yr, HPV if ASCUS, and HPV if abnormal also available.
 HIV U.S. Preventive Services Task Force:
  • Routine screening for all adolescents and adults at increased risk for HIV infection
  • All pregnant women should be screened for HIV
  • 42040 / LAB918  HIV-1 RNA PCR, Ultra Sensitive 3
  • 42300 / LAB6515   HIV Ag/Ab 4th Generation, Reflex to Confirmation 
  • 42655 / LAB6517   HIV-1/2 Ag/Ab Rapid Reflex to HIV Ag/Ab (4th Gen) if reactive
HSV U.S. Preventive Services Task Force:
  • Patients who are clinically symptomatic
  • 58450 / LAB2611   HSV by Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
  • 58481 / LAB2603   HSV 1 & 2 Antibodies, IgG & IgM
  • 58462 / LAB2606   HSV 1 Glycoprotein G-Specific, IgG
  • 58464 / LAB2608   HSV 2 Glycoprotein G-Specific, IgG
  • 58471 / LAB2604   HSV 1 & 2 Antibodies, IgM