Testing can be performed for any need; whether for personal reasons or to satisfy a court ordered program. Testing can also be performed for DOT or USCG mandated programs. Several reporting methods are available including email, fax, or U.S. mail. You can also have your results sent directly to your probation officer, judge, attorney, or employer.
A negative result will be ready in 24-48 hours after you go for your collection. If your test is positive it usually takes 48-96 hours for the lab to complete the testing
Yes. We are using Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp for all testing. Both of these labs are certified by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). All testing is also confirmed by Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS), which is the gold standard for drug screen confirmations.
Yes. When you checkout, you can list an additional email address for result reporting.
The most popular drug test is the 5-Panel. Tests that screen for more drugs get into prescription medications. We can also offer special testing for healthcare professionals and athletes.
Yes. We only report the results to you or who you designate. No one else.
If your drug screen initially screens positive, it will automatically go into confirmation testing. If the result is still positive, you will be contacted by a licensed physician, called a Medical Review Officer (MRO), to discuss your result before the official report is verified.
Legal medications can trigger positive results, such as over-the-counter sinus and cold medications that contain pseudoephedrine, which can cause a false positive result for methamphetamine. Confirmatory testing after a positive result greatly lessens the chance of a false positive. All tests on this site include this confirmation step.
Urine adulteration, such as tampering with a urine sample, using synthetic urine, or using someone else’s urine, is prevented as much as possible in testing facilities. Lab technicians are well trained to detect any attempts at tampering, and if there is tampering, the test will be declared invalid and you will have to retake it. Also, people tend to believe that they can flush their system with water or over-the-counter solutions that claim to remove drugs from their system. However, there is no science to back up most of those methods. Generally, if someone has taken drugs, they cannot “beat” the test.
A dilute specimen was still tested by the laboratory and is a valid negative or positive. All this means is that there was excess water in the specimen.