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16 Panel Opiate Drug Test

Our comprehensive 16-Panel Opiate Drug Test has an extremely comprehensive opioid detection. It picks up all the drugs detected by our 12-Panel test, including Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, and Ecstasy, plus Tramadol, Demerol, Fentanyl, and Suboxone. Anyone with access to these narcotics (such as hospital or veterinarian employees), or anyone with a history of opiate usage, should get this test.

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By Peter kimbrough on April 5, 2017
Health Street is so incredibly responsive and easy to work with. Our company uses Health Street for drug screens at various locations throughout the USA and getting employees set up for drug screens couldn't be easier!
By Sharon Pinska on March 15, 2017
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Excellent and speedy service. Everyone I interacted with was professional and kind. 10 out of 10 would do drug test again
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What drugs does this test check for?

List of drugs detected by 16 Panel Drug Test


Also included in the drug test is THC and Cannabinoids. The detection window for marijuana is up to 30 days from the last use. Learn more about Marijuana


Street names for Cocaine include blow, snow, nose candy, and coke. Cocaine can also be transformed into “crack” or “freebase” and can be smoked in that form. The detection window for this drug in a urine test is 3 to 7 days. Learn more about Cocaine


This addictive and mood altering drug is a synthetic substance most commonly used to treat ADD and ADHD. The detection window for amphetamines in a urine test is 3 to 7 days. Learn more about Amphetamines 

Basic Opiates

The 3 drugs included in the basic opiates screening are Heroin, Morphine, and Codeine. The detection window for these in a urine test is 3 to 7 days. Learn more about Opiates


The street names for this drug are Angel Dust and PCP. Much like Marijuana, detection windows can vary greatly depending on frequency of use, ranging anywhere from a few days up to 4 to 5 weeks from the last use. Learn more about PCP


This drug is also known as Valium and Xanax. It can be detected in urine for up to one week after use.

Learn more about Benzodiazepines


Also known as muscle relaxers, this central nervous system depressant also treats seizures, headaches, and insomnia. The detection window for this drug in a urine test is up to one week. Learn more about Barbiturates


Methadone is a synthetic drug used to treat pain with effects similar to Morphine. Methadone can be detected in a urine drug screening for 3 to 7 days after the last use. Learn more about Methadone


Similar to cough syrup and Codeine, Propoxyphene was removed from store shelves in the U.S. in 2010 due to safety and health risk concerns. This drug can be detected in urine drug screenings for up to two days after use. Learn more about Propoxyphene


Methaqualone is also known as Quaaludes. This drug test can be detected in urine for 3 to 7 days after the first use. Learn more about Methaqualone

Expanded Amphetamines MDMA/6AM (Ecstasy, Molly)

These mood-altering drugs are also referred to by the names MDMA, 6AM, Ecstasy, and Molly. The detection window for these drugs is 2 to 4 days. Learn more about Molly and Learn more about Ecstasy 

Expanded Opiates

Testing for the 16-Panel Drug Test includes Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Oxycodone, and Oxymorphone. The detection window for these drugs is 3 to 7 days.


This highly addictive opioid is prescribed for pain relief and abused because of its effects. The detection window for Demerol in a urine drug test is 1 to 3 days after consumption.


This synthetic opioid is used to treat severe pain. It has many of the same effects as other painkillers. The detection window for Tramadol in a urine drug test is 2 to 4 days. Learn more about Tramadol


This drug is made and used legally and illegally. It is the most common abused substance associated with overdose deaths. Fentanyl is extremely powerful, with effects similar to Morphine but up to 100 times more potent. Common street names include Apache, China Girl, Dance Fever, and Jackpot. The detection window for Fentanyl in a urine drug test is 2 to 3 days following consumption. Learn more about Fentanyl


Suboxone contains two drugs: Buprenorphine and Naloxone. The former is an opioid while the latter is an opioid medication, sometimes referred to as a narcotic. Suboxone is used to help treat withdrawal symptoms for opiate addiction, but can also become addictive. The detection window for Suboxone in a urine drug test is from nearly immediately after use and up to two weeks following the last use. Learn more about Suboxone

Frequently asked questions about 16-Panel Drug tests

How does the 16-Panel Drug Test work?

This is a lab test; the person being tested comes to one of our clinics for professional specimen collection. Health Street has over 5,000 drug test locations nationwide. Appointments are not necessary, but you do need to register in advance. Results for this screen are available in a day or two, if it’s negative. Otherwise, non-negatives are re-tested using a GC/MS confirmation method, which takes about a week. Anyone whose confirmation test comes back non-negative will have a chance to talk to our doctor (MRO) about any prescriptions that they might be taking. Legally prescribed medications taken consistent with the doctor’s directions will yield a negative result on the report.

How far back does this test go?

Health Street’s urine drug tests look at usage in the past week, but metabolisms vary, as do types of drugs, so this is not a hard and fast rule as some would believe. If you want to look at drug use over a longer period of time, our hair follicle drug tests start checking at about a week prior, and go all the way back to around 90 days. The most comprehensive approach is to do both urine and hair, thereby checking both the current week as well as the past three months.

Will Tramadol show up on a 16-Panel Drug Test?

Yes, Tramadol will show up on a 16-Panel Drug Test if the last use falls under the detection window of 2 to 4 days.

Can you get a false positive for opiates?

Yes, it is possible to get a false positive for opiates. This typically occurs when an individual is taking a prescribed medication that is detected in the drug test. It is important to tell the individual conducting your test if you are taking prescribed medication to avoid this situation.


Will Hydrocodone show up on a 16-Panel Drug Test?

Yes, Hydrocodone is included in the 16-Panel Drug Test as an expanded opiate.

How long can Fentanyl be detected in urine?

Fentanyl can be detected in the urine for 2 to 3 days after the last use.

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By Phil on October 2, 2019
Overall a great service. Kept me informed the whole way through. I didnt know where to go but Im glad to have found this organization.
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By Janet on June 3, 2019
Shervon is the best! Since we started using Health Street she's been my go to person. She's great!. Wonderful. User-friendly!. Easy to use and great personnel.
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By Sam on April 15, 2019
I am a fan of your services although I hope not to be using them in the future. You guys are very professional and helpful
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By Matt Bovard on April 15, 2019
Ms . James is amazing . She is really knowledgeable and a pleasure to work with .
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By Michael Vasquez Sr. on March 19, 2019
Good on the phone but there is a disconnect with your phone reps and services versus what the clinics say they can perform. More training needed.
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By Bethany Sanford on February 28, 2019
The person I spoke with was very helpful and kind.
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By Zoë Page on January 9, 2019
So helpful and quick with everything I needed! Thank you!
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By Rick on December 12, 2018
My expierience was top notch and every detail was as advertised from very good network of clinics available to choose from. All necessary paperwork as well as the samples chain of custody was handled perfectly and simplified where possible. The timeline through the entire episode was precisley as their site advertised and that was a crucial element for me and why I decided to choose Health Street over all the others. I recieved information updates at the start of each separate task involved through to my final report that was perfect as well. I do Highly recommend using them based on my experience.
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By N johnson on December 11, 2018
Very professional, excellent customer service administering drug test
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By Johnson on December 5, 2018
Outstanding customer service. Timely, professional and extremely responsive. Highly recommend drug testing services.

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