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Corporate Wellness Testing

CORPORATE WELLNESS TESTING

Good health starts with knowing. With Southwest Labs, you can get the answers you need to support a healthy life — for yourself. Conveniently shop online, make an appointment, and choose your own lab tests—without needing to visit a doctor first.

SOUTHWEST LABS HAS YOU COVERED

We offer a variety of wellness testings options for individuals and businesses and for every lifestyle. At Southwest Labs we have streamlined the testing process, simply pick your tests, wak-in our patient service center, get tested, and get your results delivered electronically to your smart phone. 

STREAMLINED TEST RESULTS

After your testing get your results delivered to our HIPAA secure app. Though the app you can save your results, request an interpretation, and schedule a 1-1 FaceTime with a board certified physician. 

WELLNESS PANEL OPTIONS

We have several testing options which include men’s and women’s health, infectious disease, diabetes monitoring, sexual health, allergy testing, prostate health, and more. Need a specific test? We also have an expansive wellness test menu, contact us today learn more about our testing options.

NO INSURANCE? NO PROBLEM.

If your business currently does not offer health insurance coverage programs we offer several wellness testing programs. For $39.99/month employees get access to virtual result interpretations, virtual prescriptions, and more. Our corporate wellness coverage program was designed to provide your employees with a reliable testing options, and solutions so they can take their health into their own hands.  

OTHER CORPORATE TESTING SERVICES

COVID-19 TESTING

ON-SITE TESTING

DRUG TESTING

WELLNESS TESTING

DRUG TESTING FAQ

Toxicology testing is used to screen for and confirm the presence of several drugs in a person’s sample, such as urine or oral fluid. Drug testing is used so that a person may receive appropriate medical treatment or be screened for or monitored for illegal drug use.

Drug testing for legal purposes primarily aims to detect illegal or banned drug use in a variety of situations. Sample collection procedures for this type of testing are strictly controlled and documented to maintain a legal “chain-of-custody.” The donor provides a sample that is closed and secured with a tamperproof seal in his or her presence. Specific chain-of-custody paperwork then accompanies the sample throughout the testing process. Each person who handles and/or tests the sample provides their signature and the reason for the sample transfer. This creates a permanent record of each step of the process.

Employment drug testing is a specific type of forensic testing (see above). It may be done prior to employment, on a random basis, following an accident, or if the employer has a reasonable suspicion that an employee is using illegal drugs. Employment drug testing is commonplace. It is required in some industries, such as those that involve the U.S. Department of Transportation, the military and federal employees, and is an accepted practice in many other industries.

While conventional drug testing is performed on competitive athletes, the primary focus is on doping, the use of drugs and/or supplements intended to promote muscle growth and/or to improve strength and endurance. On a local level, sports testing may be limited, but on a national and international level, it has become highly organized.

Drug screening in urine is the method of choice for monitoring adherence to prescription pain medications in patients treated for chronic pain. Urine drug screening provides tools for tracking patient compliance and exposing possible drug misuse and abuse. A health practitioner may periodically order drug testing for patients treated for chronic pain for two purposes: 1) ensuring compliance by patients who are using the prescribed pain medications, and 2) monitoring the use of non-prescribed or illegal substances. Elements of a urine drug screen may include specific gravity, temperature at the time of sample collection, pH, creatinine concentration, and confirmatory testing.

A positive initial drug screening means that the person tested has a substance in his or her body that falls into one of the drug classes and is above the established cutoff level. If secondary testing confirms a positive result, it means that the person has indeed taken this drug.