Drug Testing & Alcohol Testing Harley Street From £160
Dr Hammad Malik: MBBS BSc (Clinical Sciences) MRCGP is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, the General Medical Council and the Medical Protection Society.
If you would like to know more or have any questions please call Dr Malik on T: 0207 060 6789 or e-mail: email@example.com
Even minute amounts of alcohol or drugs in your body can affect your concentration and ability to make decisions. At harleystreetgp we have been involved in drug and alcohol screening both for individual patients and corporate clients for over 10 years. Our private service ensures that total discretion is assured and we pride ourselves on offering the UK’s most accurate testing through our quality approved laboratory service. Test results are available quickly and can be either discussed in person or sent directly to you via secure courier or password encrypted email. If required, we can provide an in-depth analysis report and comments.
* Oral fluid/Saliva
Urine Tests Harley Street:
whatever the type of drug, components of its chemical composition will remain in the body for a considerable amount of time. A urine test is a fast and accurate way of detecting the presence or absence of drugs or drug metabolites. Once a contaminated sample has been confirmed, we can then run tests for specific drugs or a panel of interacting substances. If needed, we can test the sample via the industry standard “chain of custody”. This is a security method by which sample collection is respectfully monitored, safeguarding against potential tampering.
Hair: testing for drugs and other banned or illegal substances via a hair sample is the most effective way of assessing historical drug use stretching back over a long period of time. This method can provide an accurate timeline of which drug was used and can also screen for multiple drugs over a series of months from one sample.
Saliva: testing via a saliva sample (often called an oral fluid drug test) is occasionally used in certain situations where urine or drug samples cannot be assessed. Saliva is a refined version of plasma and has the capability to contain trace amounts of drugs and their ensuing metabolites for a period of between 24-36 hours.