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1 in 2 sexually active people will contract an STD by age 25. Many are asymptomatic and undiagnosed.¹ 


¹ Planned Parenthood

² Simple HealthKit is a certified Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) as required by the Health and Human Services regulations. This certification requires a laboratory to comply with Federal Regulations 42 CFR 493 to perform testing on human specimens.

More than a test, a comprehensive program

Partnering with Simple HealthKit is an investment in your community. Our programs put people first—always—with access to testing, diagnostics, treatment, and compassion.

Who we work with

Health equity is behind every decision we make. We work with retailers, pharmacies, educational institutions, health plans, employers, public health departments, and other organizations who believe in the health and well-being of their people.


Across all of our programs, we strive to put a face to healthcare by meeting individuals where they are. Together, we can create on-site events for education, testing, and relationship-building.

Peace of mind for all

Our testing programs seek out communities that are otherwise left behind because everybody deserves top-notch healthcare. Sexually transmitted diseases can spread silently but with your help we can slow, and hopefully end, transmission.


What impact would widespread, accessible testing have on your community?

What the program looks like

Working with Simple HealthKit is so much more than buying testing supplies. We work with you to create a custom program that serves your people the right way. Here’s what we mean by that:

  • Scalable programs that meet your organization's needs for patented, affordable, and accurate tests

  • At-home, in-clinic, or at-pharmacy programs available to meet your community’s needs where they are

  • Diagnostic processing in our in-house, CLIA-certified², and CAP-accredited labs

  • Highly accurate results within 24-48 hours via HIPAA-compliant portal so no one has to wait

  • Integration with existing provider platforms such as telehealth or clinics for a seamless end-user experience

  • Enrich your community with testing and educational events

  • Access to post-diagnosis follow-up care whether your organization has the capability or not

Trusted by

The Logo of CLIA Certiciation
The Logo of The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA)
The logo of the College of American Pathologists (CAP accreditation

Let’s work together

We are a brand committed to improving the health of every person regardless of gender, race, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or geographic location. Work with us to provide answers and guide individuals across the finish line to access treatment and care. Together, we can create a healthier future.

Better health for all.

It’s that simple. 

What to expect

We created a system that’s easy for individuals to follow, giving them accurate results rapidly. When someone uses one of our tests, here are the simple steps they’ll take:

  1. Purchase a test at local retailer or have a test delivered to their home

  2. Register the test using our HIPAA-compliant portal

  3. Follow instructions to properly collect the sample

  4. Send the sample to our labs with included USPS label for rapid results

  5. Results shared via portal within 24-48 hours of receiving the sample

If an STD is detected, we’ll connect the individual to follow-up care with no additional cost to get the right treatment.

In-clinic or at-pharmacy
  1. Visit local clinic or pharmacy for sample collection

  2. The healthcare provider or pharmacist sends the sample directly to our laboratories for rapid testing

  3. We’ll deliver results to the healthcare provider or pharmacist within 24-48 hours of receiving the sample

If an STD is detected, your healthcare provider can recommend treatment and a pharmacist can provide methods for care. If an organization doesn’t have treatment capabilities, a Simple HealthKit authorized provider can provide recommendations for a path to treatment.

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