A drug screen typically screens for drugs of common abuse like cocaine, marijuana, amphetamines, and phencyclidine (PCP). In addition to illegal substances, prescription medications and alcohol abuse can be registered during drug screen results.
In most cases, a urine sample will be taken to test for these substances. However, saliva or hair could also be obtained for testing.
In most cases, all you will need to bring with you is a state-issued photo ID.
There are multiple types of drug screens. Drug screens vary by sample and testing. Urine, hair, and saliva can all be collected for send off testing. These items are sent by courier or shipping company to an off-site lab. Some urine samples can be screened in our clinic office.
Drug Screen panels range from 5 panel to 12 panel. Listed below are the screening tests that we have in our clinics. Some other panel may be available.
Yes. Department of Transportation requires more regulated UDS. They must be collected in regulation with standards set by DOT and must be sent to be reviewed by a MRO (medical review officer) at a laboratory.
Other agencies do not accept in-house or rapid UDS alone. Many require a COC, or chain of custody, specimen be sent as well. This again is a laboratory-based test.
Whether you need a drug test, an x-ray, a physical, or other occupation health service, it’s our goal to get you in and back to your routine or a new career as quickly as possible.
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