Services

OUR SERVICES


We service a wide variety of healthcare providers including, but not limited to Detox Centers, Addiction Treatment Facilities, Pain Management Practices, General Practitioners, Orthopedic Practices, and any healthcare provider that prescribes Schedule II controlled substances to his/her patients. This enables us to offer clarity to the following processes:

ICON Medication Monitoring, allowing physicians to review and identify inconsistencies between a patient’s drug test results and the expected results based on known medications

ICON Treatment Compliance, assisting Addiction Treatment professionals in identifying adherence to established treatment protocols

ICON Workplace drug testing, helping employers to ensure compliance with drug and alcohol policies within their companies

Through our advanced LCMS technology, we are able to test with a high degree of accuracy and the lowest level of detection the following types of drugs and their subcategories:

Alcohol

Alkaloids

Amphetamines

Anticholinergics

Antidepressants

Antiepileptics

Antihistamines

Antipsychotic

Barbiturates

Benzodiazepines

Buprenorphines

Cannabinoids

Carbamates

Cocaine

Fentanyl

Gabapentin

Heroin Metabolite

Ketamine

Kratom

Methadone

Methylenedioxyamphetamines

Methylphenidate

O-Desmethyltramadol

Opiates

Opioid and Analogs

Oxycodone

Phencyclidine

Pregabalin

Ritalinic Acid

Sedative Hypnotics

Skeletal Muscle Relaxants

SSRIs

Synthetic Cannabinoids

Tapentadol

Tramadol

Other Illicits (including MDMA, Methedrone, Pentadrone and many more)

Additional Testing


At Clarity Medlab, it is our priority to offer the most relevant, important, and necessary lab services possible to satisfy our clients needs and facilitate the diagnostic process. As such, we are continuously looking to expand our services and can provide other types of testing through our high quality clinical laboratory partners. We are happy to provide you with additional testing such as hematology, blood chemistry, urinalysis, wellness panels, hormone levels, and pharmacogenomics.

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