Forensic Toxicology and Employment Drug Testing

Forensic Toxicology and Employment Drug Testing

Forensic Toxicology and Employment Drug Testing

Our comprehensive menu of laboratory-based drug-free workplace and employee wellness testing options is designed to meet the needs of most employment testing programs. Numerous testing options and consistently good service are two primary benefits of MedTox’s employment testing services. Our commitment to research, combined with leading-edge technology, provides organizations with an innovative test portfolio that reflects societal trends. The LabCorp employment drug testing laboratory network includes the MedTox forensic laboratory that is certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Regulated Drug Testing

Since 1988, MedTox has been continuously certified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to perform workplace drug testing compliant with Federal Workplace Drug Testing Guidelines. This includes testing for employers regulated by HHS, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).

Non-Regulated Drug Testing

MedTox offers a wide variety of test panels that can be customized to meet your company’s needs. In addition to traditional drugs of abuse, tests for commonly abused prescription medications, ethanol biomarkers, nicotine, and designer drugs can be included.

Oral Fluid Drug Testing

Oral fluid may be used as an alternative to urine in workplace drug testing programs. A full menu of test options and panel configurations are available. Quantitative buffered collection devices are provided for simple, observed sample collections that are transported to MedTox for testing.

Professional Panels

MedTox offers discrete and expanded/comprehensive testing panels designed for professional monitoring programs. Traditional drugs of abuse and alcohol, as well as narcotics, anesthetics, and other drugs of interest in monitoring medical professionals, can be included. Test panels can be customized to meet the requirements of regulated programs.