SAMHSA -Approved Testing Laboratory
We offer a comprehensive drug and alcohol screening program that provides
convenient, fast, reliable service, as well as support services for companies
starting a drug free program.

  • Convenient Testing Location
  • Complete Medical Review
  • We meet DOT/CDL Requirements


The rapid test screens for the same five categories as called for by the
Department of Transportation. The urine is screened for amphetamines,
cannabinoids (marijuana), cocaine metabolite, opiates and phencyclidine (PCP).

  • Fast results; negative results are available within 15 minutes
  • All non-negative samples are sent to a SAMHSA-approved lab for GC/MS
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Know the signs of Drug Abuse

Drug Abuse among teen age children
E-Laboratory Network                        1-404-788-2322
577 Main St
Palmetto, GA 30268        
Drug Abuse Profile (Routine) Urine (Seven Drugs)
(GC/MS Confirmation included - Test Includes
Amphetamines; barbiturates; benzodiazepines;
cannabinoids (marijuana); cocaine metabolite; opiates
(codeine, morphine only); phencyclidine (PCP)
Drug Abuse Profile (HHS/DOT), Urine (Seven Drugs)
(GC/MS Confirmation Included at Additional Charge)
Test Includes Amphetamines; barbiturates;
benzodiazepines; cannabinoids (marijuana); cocaine
metabolite; opiates (codeine, morphine only);
phencyclidine (PCP)
Drug Profile, Blood (Seven Drugs)
Test Includes Amphetamines (amphetamine,
phenobarbital, secobarbital); (benzodiazepines
(desalkyl-flurazepam, diazepam); cannabinoids (TCH,
THCA); cocaine (cocaine, benzoylecgonine); opiates
(codeine, morphine); phencyclidine (PCP)
Our Laboratory and Professionals are under Full Federal Compliance
  • Employment
  • Employee Drug Testing
  • Tenant Screening
  • Individual Screening
  • Teen Screening
  • Treatment Center Screening
  • DOT/CDL Screening
  • Non-DOT Screening
The cost to employers from illegal drug abuse is over $100 billion every

8.2% of full-time workers are current illicit drug uses
80% of drug abusers steal from their workplace
65% of all work related accidents are the direct result of substance abuse
As many as 50% of all workers’ compensation claims involve substance abuse
Employers have an obligation to provide a safe and healthy working
environment. Employees who abuse drugs jeopardize the safety and well
being of all employees and impact the bottom line. In these economically
challenging times, it is more important than ever to prevent and reduce
expenses related to substance abuse.

Each substance abuser costs an employer about $9,600 a year in:

Low productivity
Loss Time From Accidents
Increased Health Care Costs
Increased Workers Compensation Costs
Loss Time Handling Confrontation/Conflicts

Regardless of which tests are done, drug testing always produces a positive
return on investment:

Per-employment Drug Testing can significantly improve applicant selectivity
for your company. Why not avoid hiring an employee that might decrease
safety, productivity and moral in your workplace, and cost you money?

Random Drug Testing has been shown to be a powerful deterrent to
substance abuse in the workplace for existing employees. Such programs
reduce accidents, improve productivity and may provide savings on workers
compensation insurance premiums.

Reasonable Suspicion and Post-incident drug testing may be valuable in
reducing liability in your operations. Reasonable Suspicion/ For Cause drug
tests consistently produce the highest positive rates (18%).Employee
Random Selection