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Tests Offered


Urinalysis

Urine testing, one of the most common screening methods, is an accurate and reliable way to detect casual drug use that occurred within the past 72 hours. We offer both non-regulated (non-DOT) and regulated (DOT) drug tests. Although widely used for pre-employment screening, since detection in a urine test is relatively short, it is also a perfect solution for post-accident or reasonable suspicion (for cause) drug tests.

We test for the following drugs:

10 Panel Non-DOT Screen 5 Panel DOT Screen
Amphetamines: amphetamine, methamphetamine, MDMA (Ecstasy), MDA, MDEA Amphetamines: amphetamine, methamphetamine, MDMA (Ecstasy), MDA, MDEA
Barbiturates
Benzodiazepines
Cocaine Metabolites Cocaine Metabolites
Marijuana Metabolites Marijuana Metabolites
Methadone
Opiates: codeine, morphine, 6-AM (heroin) Opiates: codeine, morphine, 6-AM (heroin)
Phencyclidine (PCP) Phencyclidine (PCP)
Propoxyphene


In addition to the screening the urine for drugs, Quest Diagnostics also screens for any adulterants present in the specimen due to donor contamination.

If the initial drug screen detects the possible presence of one of the above drugs, a GC/MS confirmation test is automatically performed at no charge to the client.

Negative drug results are typically returned within 24 hours. Positive confirmations may take an additional 24 hours.


Hair Testing

Hair testing is becoming more and more popular for the purposes of pre-employment testing. The detection window for this type of test is approximately 90 days, which allows the employer to determine if the candidate has a recent history of drug use without providing the applicant time to abstain before a job search.

We test for the following drugs:

5 Panel Hair
Amphetamines: amphetamine, methamphetamine, MDMA (Ecstasy), MDA (metabolite of MDMA)
Cocaine Metabolites – cocaetheylene, benzolecgonine, norcocaine
Marijuana Metabolites – carboxy-THC
Opiates – morphine, codeine, 6-AM (heroin)
Phencyclidine (PCP)



Breath Alcohol Testing

The purpose of breath alcohol testing is to determine current impairment, rather than simply the presence of alcohol. Therefore, timeliness is extremely important, even more so when you are aware of how quickly alcohol is absorbed into the system. Breath testing is typically used for post-accident or reasonable suspicion testing. It is also required as a random test for DOT employees, such as truck drivers or pilots.



Please be aware that certain states and cities have specific restrictions and requirements regarding drug testing. Employers should make themselves familiar with these laws. Legal counsel is strongly advised.