Drug & Alcohol Screens
Today, more than ever, employers are being held responsible by the public and the law for the actions of their employees. Thus, it is especially important for employers to know if their employees are substance abusers. Additionally, proactive parents who are interested in the welfare of their children, and individuals who want or need to know their body's drug and alcohol status due to court orders, employment requirements, sports or health related concerns, can get the information they need through one or more of the following tests.
Testing can be done confidentially. Our tests can detect a wide array of illegal and prescription drugs, and alcohol. And, we have tests that can detect drug use that occurred several months before the test.
For employers, we can come to your facility and collect the test specimens, or you can simply refer your current or potential employees to our local collection facility. While all of our test prices are already deeply discounted, we can provide even better rates to employers. Please contact us to set up a drug and alcohol testing program that works for you.
This test will determine the presence of a large number of illegal and prescription drugs.
** Related and other tests to consider: Drug and Alcohol Screen; Drug Screen (Hair), General Wellness Check; General STD Panel.
Drug and Alcohol Screen
This test screens for the detection of alcohol and a large number of illegal and prescription drugs.
** Related and other tests to consider: Drug Screen (Hair); General Wellness Check; General STD Panel.
Drug Screen (Hair) Panel
This test is more accurate than a urine drug test and can determine drug usage over the past ninety days. This panel tests for the following drugs: Amphetamines (including Ecstasy), Cocaine, (THC) Marijuana , Opiates, (PCP) Phencyclidine.
** Related and other tests to consider: Drug and Alcohol Screen; General Wellness Check; General STD Panel.
Blood Alcohol Level (Serum Ethanol)
This test will determine whether a person has consumed ethanol and measure the level of ethanol. This test is usually performed when someone is suspected of violating drinking regulations or the law, as part of an overall drug screening panel or when symptoms of alcohol toxicity are present.
** Related and other tests to consider: Drug Screen (Blood or Urine); General Wellness Check; General STD Panel.
Alcohol Effect Panel
This panel evaluates the long term effect of alcohol on your body and includes screens of your blood counts, kidney and liver functions, electrolytes and bleeding time. The panel includes the following tests: (CBC) Complete Blood Count, Chemistry Panel, (PT) Prothrombin, CK, and Amylase and Lipase which are both used to diagnose and monitor pancreatitis.
** Related and other tests to consider: General Wellness Check; Complete Health Profile.
Customized Drug test
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