About Our Lab
Who We Are
We are experienced diagnostic professional used different premier testing instruments in our facilities to treat every sample with respect by emphasizing high level of accuracy and efficiency while seamlessly delivering the results according to our client’s expectation.
What We Do
We examine samples in all areas of Toxicology. We Provide services on the following areas:
• A screening test (“Tox Screen”)
It checks for drugs and other metabolites in Urine. Our screen may check for one certain drug or up to 36 drugs at once. These may include prescription medicines, non-prescription medicines, vitamins, supplements, alcohol, and illegal drugs, such as cocaine and heroin. Testing is most often done on urine, a preferred because it is relatively clean, with very little that will interfere with the drug assays.
• Pain Management and Workman’s Comp
Opioids and other medications are used to treat pain. Urine drug monitoring ensures safe and effective therapy. At our lab, we go beyond standard urine drug testing to provide a more comprehensive picture of injured workers’ pain medication use. Our services provide unique insight to evaluate a claimant’s treatment of chronic pain therapy and improve the treatment plan, with our goal being to get them back in the workplace as soon as they are able to while managing costs efficiently.
• Drug Screening and Monitoring
Our lab uses the most advanced technology, LC/MS/MS (Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry/Mass Spectrometry), to monitor medications and illicit drugs. In addition to being both sensitive and specific, this technology furthers patient-physician trust. Monitoring allows for immediate intervention and can minimize damage. We help physicians determine patient’s compliance with therapeutic agents while in treatment and when patients are ready for the next step in recovery.
• Pre-employment Drug Testing
Work place testing for drugs of abuse is a large scale concern in the United States. Pre-employment drug testing is routinely a part of job application process to protect employers from the impact of drug of abuse. Urine drug screening can decrease employee downtime, errors, absenteeism, turnover time, and theft.
Anteneh Hailu Abebe, is a medical scientist and a board-certified General Laboratory supervisor licensed by the state of Nevada. He is born and raised in Ethiopia. Anteneh graduated Bachelor Degree and Masters Degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences in Haramaya and Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia respectively. After his graduate studies he has been a Lecturer and research advisor in Addis Ababa University for more than eight years. He has more than a decade verified experience in medical and diagnostic industries in different leadership roles. Anteneh won international free scholarship and then moved to Israel to do his PhD (doctoral studies) in Laboratory Medcine in Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He participated in numerous international conferencesas keynote speaker and oral presenter. Anteneh published many research articles in different international reputable journals and has earned awards and accolades such as next generation “rising star in lab medicine and pathology” in 2016 and Doctorial research fellowship in Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Anteneh also currently participate in different professional societies like The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (ASCLS) as Nevada ChapterRepresentative. He is revered by both respected scholars and peers alike for his contribution in sharing of knowledge and skills in the community and professional societies. Anteneh is currently lives in Las Vegas with his wife and three children. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering, travel, movies and photography.