Suboxone Drug Test
Buprenorphine, commonly known by the brand name Suboxone, is often used to treat withdrawal symptoms of opioid addiction. Since Suboxone is a controlled substance, it should only be taken under the direction of a qualified medical professional. Health Street offers a Suboxone Drug Test, which looks specifically for this substance.
Registering online is easy. Just select the clinic location based on ZIP code and complete the registration process. An authorization barcode is immediately sent to you via email and texted directly to the phone of the person being tested along with a map of the clinic location. The registrant can then walk into the drug testing facility, show the barcode along with photo ID, and complete the drug test. Results for tests are quick, signed by a doctor, and stored securely in our online portal. Individuals and employers can register online or call (888) 378-2499 to order tests.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will Suboxone Show Up on a Drug Test?
While Suboxone can be detected in some drug tests, it’s important to note that it is not included in all drug tests. Suboxone or buprenorphine must specifically be included in the list of substances tested. If you are unsure whether a certain substance is included in one of our drug tests, feel free to reach us via phone.
How Long Does Suboxone Stay In Your Urine?
Suboxone in urine detection times can vary depending on several factors, including how often the drug has been used, the amount used, the person’s metabolism, and the person’s age. Our urine drug tests have a window of up to 7 days back.
Is Suboxone a Controlled Substance?
Since buprenorphine is a controlled substance under the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Controlled Substances Act, Suboxone is also a controlled substance.
Does Suboxone Show Up on a 12 Panel Drug Test?
We offer a drug testing option to add Suboxone to a 12 panel drug test. Note that Suboxone is not included in the regular 12 panel drug testing option.
About Our Other Services
Our wide range of urine testing options ensures that there is a solution for any employer or individual. In addition to our standard drug panels, we also offer specialized urine tests that look for specific substances. Since each of our urine drug tests look for different substances, it is important to check which drugs are being screened if a certain substance is needed for your situation. Note that the number of drug classes being tested is the same as the number of the drug panel. Since multiple drugs can belong to the same class, the panel number is generally lower than the number of specific substances being screened.
Our urine drug screen is the most inexpensive drug testing option that we offer, and the most common selection by employers and individuals. Registering online is quick, and our friendly customer service team is also able to assist you via phone if preferred. The individual being tested will come into one of our clinics to have a urine specimen collected by our professional technicians. Negative drug test results are usually available within one or two days. Non-negative results are usually available in about a week due to the gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) confirmation testing at one of our SAMHSA certified labs.
Why Choose Health Street
SAMHSA Certified Laboratory and MRO
Our lab based tests are processed at a SAMHSA certified laboratory, and results are reviewed by one of our Medical Review Officers (MRO). Our MROs are licensed physicians and toxicology experts. The MRO will release the final results, which will be reported to the employer or person who requested the test.
StaffGlass™… the Employer eResults Portal
Business users get free access to our secure Employer eResults Portal, StaffGlass, to place orders, view test results, manage employees and eSignature documents (such as policies and procedures), update random drug testing pools, and register for background checks. Non-business clients get results via email.
What Drugs Does a Suboxone Drug Test Cover?
The following substances can be detected in our Suboxone Drug Test. Use the below links for more information about each substance: