Any Time Analysis

 

   
 
   
Serving Bryan * College Station* La Grange,
& Greater Brazos Valley
  

 
On Site and On-Call Anytime 24/7                     1 (866) 227-9065 Toll Free 
  

• Drug, Alcohol & C/TPA Services     • Paternity Testing     • DOT Physicals

• Work & School Physicals     • Pulmonary and Fit Testing     • Phlebotomy & Labwork

• Vison & Hearing Screens    • School and Flu Shots   • HR Trainings

 

Trustworthy, Reliable, & Family Friendly

OFFICE HOURS:

MONDAY-FRIDAY
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

(Closed Saturday & Sunday)

but always on call...

  

  

  

 Bryan

 1507 S. College Ave  Bryan, TX 77801    Tel: (979) 823-9000  Fax: (979) 823-9005

  

  

  

La Grange

264 Reynolds St. LaGrange, TX 78945 Tel: (979) 968-3239 Fax: (979) 968-3248

Walk-Welcome, Appointments Encouraged

Each site is independently owned and operated.

Any Time Analysis Any Time Analysis offers:


mobile onsite drug testing

Truly random screening: We test at your site, on your schedule.  

Convenience: No more waiting in hospital waiting rooms for drug tests. 

No travel time: You and your employees are not wasting valuable time driving.  

Quicker results: We can give you results immediately, on-site.

Reliability: All our staff are fully trained and certified.  You can have confidence that your tests are performed both correctly and defensibly.

 

 


For Employers: You can trust that our offices and services will be prompt, private, and confidential in for fulfilling your drug and alcohol screening needs. We offer after-hour services for the dreaded accident on the road or at the yard at any time and anywhere in the heart of Texas near our three locations.

For Families: Today our streets have drugs on every corner and our children fall prey to drug use. We offer random testing for the teen with a problem or suspected problem. We hope you don't need the service, but if you do, we'll handle it with great care in a private setting. We offer discounts on instant result testing in 10 minutes. We also offer paternity collections in our private office with child-friendly rooms.


 


What is a BAT (Breath Alcohol Test)?

= Breath Alcohol Test =

Breath alcohol testing devices, commonly known by the term for one type of device - Breathalyzer, measure how much alcohol is currently in the blood. 

Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is measured by blowing into a breath alcohol device. The results are given as a number which shows the level of alcohol in the blood.

No Appointment Needed; Walk-ins welcome 


 


What is a Hair Test?

= Hair Drug Test =

Hair analysis to detect drugs of abuse has been used by court systems in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and other countries worldwide. In the United States, hair testing has been accepted in court cases as forensic evidence following the Frye Rule, the Federal Rules of Evidence, and the Daubert Rule. As such, hair testing results are legally and scientifically recognized as admissible evidence. 

Most hair tests screen and confirm for the main drugs of abuse (Cocaine, Amphetamines, Methamphetamines,Opiates, PCP, and Marijuana).

For more info check out http://www.questdiagnostics.com/home/companies/employer/drug-screening/products-services/hair-testing/hair-testing-overview

Stop by or Call to get more info. No appointment needed.




What is a Fingernail Test?

Fingernail Drug Testing

Highly stable, simple to collect, and easy to ship and store, fingernails provide a test sample that is at the cutting edge of drug and alcohol testing. Fingernails are made up of keratin, the same material that hair is made of. As the nail grows, substances can pass from the blood vessels below the nail into the keratin fibers where they become trapped. Fingernails are four times thicker than the typical strand of hair and often capture more of a substance than hair can. Biomarkers become locked in keratin fibers along the entire length of the nail, and can be detected up to 3-6 months after drug or alcohol abuse. Environmental exposure to illicit substances can be detected immediately in nail samples. When drugs or alcohol are ingested, biomarkers can be found in nails as early as 1-2 weeks after. The time period during which drug or alcohol ingestion can be detected depends on the substance used, the amount used, and personal metabolism. Fingernail samples are clipped and collected by the donor in front of a trained collection staff member. A clipping of 2-3 mm long (about the width of a quarter) from all ten fingernails will give about 100 mg of sample, the ideal amount for screening and confirmation.