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Bloomington Drug Testing Facility

IU Health Occupational Services

The employee will be tested at IU Health Occupational Health West. This is located in the Whitehall Crossing Shopping Center.

(812) 353-3443
3443 West Third
Bloomington, IN
(Whitehall Crossing Shopping Center – Next to Fifth/Third Bank)
Get Directions

After Hours and On-call Drug and Alcohol Testing Protocol

For after hours (between 8:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m., 7 days a week), reasonable cause, drug and/or alcohol testing, follow the steps below.

  1. The supervisor will page IU Health Occupational Services staff member Mark Quimby at 360-1389.  If he is not available, contact Thomas Kuhn at 327-5543. If prompted, enter a telephone number where the supervisor can be reached. These names and numbers are accurate as of 2/28/2012 and will be updated if changes occur.
  2. The IU Health Occupational Services staff member will return the call and identify the IU Health Occupational Services West where the test will be conducted. 

    IU Health Occupational Health West

    (812) 353-3443
    3443 West Third
    Bloomington, IN
    (Whitehall Crossing Shopping Center – Next to Fifth/Third Bank)
    Get Directions

  3. The IU Health Occupational Services staff member staff member will meet the employee and supervisor at the designated facility.
  4. Upon arrival, the IU Health Occupational Services staff member will complete the appropriate Chain of Custody procedure and paperwork and collect the sample.
  5. Upon completion of these steps, the employee and supervisor will be released.  Follow the guidelines in the procedure.

 

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Page updated: 27 June 2014
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