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Laboratory Based Drug Screening

For Non-DOT and DOT Clients

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An easy, painless, and quick way to detect the presence of drugs in a person’s system. The specimen can be collected easily and can be screened for many illicit drugs and prescription medications.

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Involves collection of hair samples from a donor’s head or body to screen for the use of illicit drugs such as cocaine, methamphetamines, and opiates. Hair analysis can accurately detect drugs used up to 90 days prior to the test.

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The test can be collected immediately on-site making it more efficient. It can detect extremely recent use of drugs where other tests require the drugs to have passed to your system to be identified.

Other Services

That Promise Quality and Accuracy


BAT measures how much alcohol is in the air you breathe out. This is then used to estimate the amount of alcohol in your blood.  Which may escalate as soon as 15 minutes after drinking.

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People get tested for various reasons such as; Gender Reveal, Relational, Lifestyle, and other Lab works. It can also reveal mutations in your genes that may cause illness or disease.

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The test tells you if you got an infection at the time of the test. It can detect either SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, or antibodies that your body makes after getting COVID-19 or after getting vaccinated.

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Protects you against the four influenza viruses that research indicates are most common during the upcoming season. The flu vaccine will not give you influenza because it does not contain any live virus.

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The most common way to diagnose tuberculosis. A tiny amount of fluid called tuberculin, which contains some inactive TB Protein, will be injected just below the skin in your forearm.


Involves testing specimens such as blood, urine, or other substances from the body. This can help determine a diagnosis, plan treatment, confirm if the treatment is working, or monitor the disease over time.

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