16 Panel Drug Test
Our comprehensive 16 Panel Drug Test has an extremely comprehensive opioid detection. It picks up all the drugs detected by our 14 Panel Test, including Oxycodone, Tramadol and Demerol, plus it adds screenings for Fentanyl and Suboxone. This test should be ordered for employees who might have access to these substances (such as staff of veterinarian offices or hospital works) or for anyone with a history of opiate usage.
Registering online is simple. Just enter your ZIP code and select the clinic location near you. A barcode will be emailed and texted directly to the phone of the person specified during registration, in addition to a map of the clinic location. Then the person being tested can walk into the drug testing facility and show the barcode along with photo ID. Our MRO (Medical Review Officer) reviews all results, which are reported securely online. Individuals and employers can register online or call (888) 378-2499 to order tests.
Workforce Screening, Digitally Delivered
Frequently Asked Questions
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?
While rare, a false positive for opiates may occur if the test is designed for low cutoffs and a person has eaten improperly washed poppy seeds in recent hours. Though it’s unlikely to be a problem, it would not hurt to avoid poppy seeds in the day or two prior to an opiate drug test.
How long can fentanyl be detected in urine?
Fentanyl can be detected in the urine for 2 to 3 days after the last use.
What makes the 16 Panel Urine Drug Test comprehensive?
The 16 Panel Urine Drug Test is highly comprehensive in opioid detection. It covers all the drugs detected by the 14 Panel Test, including Oxycodone, Tramadol, and Demerol. Additionally, it includes screenings for Fentanyl and Suboxone.
Will I receive status updates during the testing process?
Yes, we keep you informed throughout the testing process with status alerts. You will be notified at the following times:
About Our 16 Panel Drug Test
How the 16 Panel Drug Test Works
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.
Why Choose Health Street
Health Street’s drug testing services provide benefits for both individuals and employers.
What Drugs Does a 16 Panel Drug Test Cover?
Please keep in mind that although this is a 16 Panel Drug Test, more than 16 types of substances can be detected in this panel. This is because many of these drugs belong to the same class (e.g., codeine, morphine, and heroin are all basic opiates).
The following substances can be detected in an 16 Panel Drug Test. Use the below links for more information about each substance: