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Instant Drug Testing in Las Vegas, Nevada

Posted: May 18 2015

By: Jane Schwab

POCT stands for point of care testing — commonly referred to as instant or on-site drug testing, and sometimes rapid drug testing. With limited availability in Nevada due to strict licensing requirements, US Drug Test Centers can perform instant drug testing and provide negative results back to employers the same day. Non-negative results must go out to the laboratory for further testing and confirmation.

We offer a 6 panel and a 10 panel instant drug screen. Instant drug testing is available with the NexScreen Cup. This is a trusted and proven drug screen made in the United States. It's CLIA waived and FDA cleared. Once the test is run, negative results are e-mailed back to the client in 5-10 minutes. The test is conducted with urine.

NexScreen Cup – 6 Panel – C-60610N – Tests for cocaine, marijuana (THC, cannabinoids), phencyclidine (PCP), amphetamines, methamphetamines, and opiates.

NexScreen Cup – 10 Panel – C-61012N – Tests for cocaine, marijuana (THC, cannabinoids), amphetamines, methamphetamines, MDMA (ecstasy or molly), opiates, oxycodone, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, and methadone.

Walk-in clients are also accepted. Instant drug testing can be used for a variety of needs, including court-ordered drug testing, probation cases, child custody cases, employment drug testing, and personal drug testing.

Nevada law doesn't address drug testing in private employment. Although many states have passed laws regulating or restricting an employer's right to require drug testing, Nevada is not one of them. This means that drug testing is not prohibited or restricted. Nevada law does address instant drug testing. It's generally prohibited unless the facility administering the instant drug testing has a license to do so from the Nevada Department of Health.

US Drug Test Centers and the Vaccine Centers in Las Vegas can help employers with all needs regarding implementing drug-free workplace programs. DOT and non-DOT drug testing programs are available, including random drug testing and DOT random consortium programs.

Contact us today to learn more or get started.


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