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First Choice Drug Testing specializes in drug & alcohol testing services. We serve business, large or small, local or nationwide. From DOT mandated testing to Third Party Administration, let us be your First Choice for testing program management.

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Drug / Alcohol Testing

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DOT / FAA Physicals

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Drug / Alcohol Testing

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DOT / FAA Physicals

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Background Checks

"Excellent company! We use First Choice for all of our DOT, random, and post incident drug screening. Additionally, they take care of our DOT physicals and Med Cards. Tim and Adam respond to all calls and emails promptly, with accurate answers to all of our questions."
-Greg

News & Updates

Drug Policy for workplace

Pre-employment drug screenings are a standard operating procedure at many companies as a means of meeting insurance compliance and reducing their risk of theft or workplace accidents. A drug testing program is always a good investment, it’s not normally worth the time or expense of instituting in-house drug testing for most small businesses. It’s not particularly expensive to order the testing supplies or to complete the training, but your staff’s time and attention are better spent elsewhere. At First Choice, we always offer discreet and confidential pre-employment physicals and drug screenings, and we have a Medical Review Officer (MRO) on staff to verify all results. Our services are a phone call away, and you don’t even need an appointment for most of our lab testing services offered at our Little Rock Clinic.

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Drug Policy for workplace

No matter how hard we try to discourage illicit drug use in the workplace, we can’t (and shouldn’t) monitor our employees’ activities all the time. We only need to concern ourselves with the “extracurricular activities” of a small minority of our employees. It’s unfortunate that our employees who don’t use drugs are subjected to the same rigors of workplace testing as the individuals who are willing to break the law in their spare time, but it’s the price of vigilance. You have a fiduciary duty to your business to protect its employees and assets by instituting a drug testing program.

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Don't Panic

We had a donor give us a sample that was too hot, and if you’ve read our previous Cheaters stories, you know that the sample temperature is a tell-tale sign that a specimen did not come from the donor’s body.

The donor claimed the urine was hot because she had a fever, and then she hit the panic button on her key ring, activating her car alarm in our parking lot.

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Drug Policy for workplace

Being a parent has always been challenging, but today’s youth are presented with more opportunities to make poor decisions than ever before. The news is full of reports of young people engaging in dangerous stunts to entertain their social media followers and dangerous criminals covertly contacting teenagers for the purposes of engaging in criminal mischief. These cautionary tales also serve to illustrate the ease with which kids can access contraband such as drugs and alcohol.

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