Q: Do I need an appointment for my drug test?
A: Yes. Clinic not currently providing services on a walk-in basis.
Q: What should I bring with me to the drug test appointment?
A: Bring your drivers license or government-issued photo ID and an authorization for your test(s).
Q: My employer told me that I must print the authorization and bring it to the clinic in order to be seen. I don't have a printer. What should I do?
A: We accept electronic versions of your authorization for any and all services. If you have the email with the authorization, show us when you arrive, do not print it as it does not add any value to your visit. Your government-issued photo ID is matched with your name in our database to get you registered and implement services.
Q: What should I do to prepare for my test? Do I need to fast for my test?
A: There is no preparation for a drug test other than the ability to provide an unadulterated sample upon arrival.
Q: My employer ordered a hair drug test. Should I be worried about hiding the patch that will be cut during the sample collection?
A: No. The collector will use great care to conceal the area where the sample was taken. Most donors tell us that their barbers can’t tell they had hair samples taken unless they’re told.
Q: What if I don’t have hair on my head or my hair is braided when I come in for a hair drug test?
A: The collectors are trained to procure samples from alternative sites for any all scenarios. We will be happy to discuss your options and perform your test upon arrival.
Q: I gave my sample several days ago and my employer says they don’t have it yet. Can you give me my results?
A: All samples are sent via Fedex, UPS or lab courier on the date it is collected. We can provide results for our private clients only. If your job or employer paid for the test, we will not be able to assist you with obtaining the results. You will need to reach out to your employer, sponsor, or the laboratory processing your specimen. We will be happy to assist you with proper contact information.
Q: What type of test am I getting when I arrive?
A: Unfortunately, we are not able to assist you until you arrive at the clinic. Your authorization has your individual test information. Services are only routed to our location if we are contracted to perform them. We will happily answer your questions and perform all of services upon arrival.
Q: I take prescription medications, eat poppy seeds, or use energy drinks. Who do I discuss my list of medications and habits with before I take my drug test?
A: Your personal prescription information should never be discussed with the collector. Our job for this particular service is only to collect your sample. Keep a list of your medications in the event you are contacted by the laboratory for clarification. Do not discuss any medications or medical conditions with the collector. Collectors are to able to assist or advise. Collectors are not trained to answer medical questions.
Q: Can I pay out of pocket for a drug test if I am self-employed or need it for court or other reasons?
A: Yes. All of our services are available to individuals and companies for direct payment. Email or call us to discuss pricing.
Q: My son/daughter is starting a summer job at age 17. Can he/she present alone for her drug test and other screening exams?
A: No. Minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian or parent for any and all services.
Q: I do not have a sitter for my small child and my authorization expires before I can obtain a babysitter next week?
A: Only the patient/donor is allowed in the clinic for services.
Q: My authorization will expire before I am able to present to the clinic for services. What are my options?
A: Revered Medical is only responsible for performing the services requested by your sponsoring corporation. Any issues or concerns with your authorization must be addressed by your institution or employer. We are not allowed to alter your timeframe or expiration date.
Q: I was advised to present for a "federal" drug test. Is there anything special I should do to prepare? Does the clinic take different measures for "federal" drug tests?
A: DOT or regulated drug testing ("federal drug testing") is governed by different rules and procedures than NON-DOT drug collections. We generally perform federal drug tests for employees and contractors of airlines, railroads, truck drivers, pipeline workers, government employees, coast guard, and others. The main difference (federal vs non-federal) for the consumer is whether your pee goes into one cup versus two for your sample.
Q: I am on my period. Will this affect my drug test?
A: All specimens are collected the same for males and females. Do not discuss any medications or medical conditions with the collector. Collectors are not to able to assist or advise regarding any healthcare concerns. Collectors are not trained to answer medical questions.
Q: My job starts in 3 days. What is the turnaround time for drug test results?
A: All samples are sent via Fedex, UPS or lab courier on the date it is collected. We can provide a drug test result timeline for our private clients only. If your job or employer paid for the test, we will not be able to assist you with obtaining the timeline for results. You will need to reach out to your employer, sponsor, or the laboratory processing your specimen. We will be happy to assist you with proper contact information.