Our clinic provides collections for drug testing from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Because everything we do is related to drug and alcohol testing, donor wait times are usually less than 15 minutes. We provide laboratory based testing from certified national laboratories. “Point of Care” or “Instant Tests”, eCup testing, and hair collections by certified professional collectors as well.
We administer comprehensive TPA packages to clients including management of test results, random testing selections, medical review officer (MRO), consortium services, policy development, and supervisor training. Using our database of collection locations, clients can have testing performed at clinics and doctor’s offices in their locally.
“On-Site” Mobile Drug and Alcohol Collections for clients in need of random drug and alcohol testing to employees. Collections at company locations can provide cost-saving services.
24/7 services to clients that require post-accident drug and alcohol testing. Testing is offered using our mobile service or our “on-call” collector can meet donors in our local clinic.
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Depending of the requirements, we can provide 5,6,10 & 12 panel screens. These include testing for cannabinoids (marijuana), cocaine, amphetamines (methamphetamine), opiates (codeine, morphine, and heroin), PCP (phencyclidine) and ecstasy.
Non-DOT panels screen for cannabinoids (marijuana), cocaine, amphetamines (methamphetamine), opiates (codeine, morphine, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxycodone, heroin), and PCP (phencyclidine).
Hair folicle panels are 5, & 10.
Samples are collected on site at our facility or your place place of employment.
Chain of Custody is the process that describes the legal control of a sample or a portion of a sample during the time from collection to disposal or long term storage. All individuals who have access to a sample must be documented to ensure that the final test results with withstand legal challenge if necessary. Certified laboratories control all aspects of chain of custody, accounting for portions as small as one drop of sample in some cases. The collection process is where the chain of custody starts and the process ends when the sample is destroyed or disposed.
A “dilute specimen” is a urine sample that has a higher than average water content. If a person drinks an excessive amount of fluids, their urine might be diluted, meaning there is more water in the specimen than actual urine. This is something measured at the laboratory with creatinine levels and specific gravity.
Yes. You can call (770) 648-7013 with questions.
We are open from 9 am to 3 pm Monday-Thursday. Donors do not need an appointment. Collections can be performed at other times (before 9 am and after 4 pm) by pre-arrangement.
Laboratory pick-ups are performed daily. Collected samples are then processed by our Network of Certified Laboratories locally. Following certification, results will be available to the Medical Review Officer (MRO) or the employer by phone call (to designated employer representatives only), by secure FAX, and final report by mail. Questionable samples may take 2-3 days longer due to confirmation and MRO review.
UTNM will provide to the employer the “Employee Copy” of the chain-of-custody showing that a collection has been performed and results are to be expected from the laboratory/MRO. The “Employee Copy” can be faxed and/or sent to the employer by first class mail.
Wait times are usually less than 15 minute.
Yes. Walk-ins are accepted during regular business hours. 9:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Absolutely. Ask about our fee schedule.