Prevea Drug Management Program

Department of Transportation (DOT) Testing and Non-Mandated Testing

Prevea WorkMed, a member of the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) since 2000, offers walk-in service at the Prevea East Mason and Ashwaubenon Health Centers from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and at the Prevea St. Mary's Health Center from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. We can also conduct on-site testing at local businesses, or coordinate remote testing at locations throughout the U.S.

Services for post accident/work injuries and reasonable suspicion are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week through our hospital partners, St. Vincent Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center.

WorkMed offers DATIA Certified Professional Collector Trainers (CPCT), DATIA Certified Professional Collectors (CPC), Certified Breath Alcohol Technician Instructors (BATI) and Breath Alcohol Technicians (BAT).


Specimen Collections and Testing

  • DATIA Certified Professional Collectors (CPC)
  • Certified Breath Alcohol Technicians (BAT)
  • DOT 5 Panel Drug Screen (Quest Lab)
  • Non-DOT 8, 10 and 12 Panel Rapid Drug Screen *
  • Non-DOT 5 and 10 Panel Drug Screen (Quest Lab)
  • DOT and Non-DOT Collections services
  • DOT and Non-DOT Breath Alcohol Test (BAT)
  • Alternative specimen collections (hair, saliva)
  • 24 hour access to post accident/work injury and reasonable suspicion services through our partners, St. Vincent Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center.

Random Testing

  • DOT urine drug testing and breath alcohol testing
  • DOT mandated selection rates  
  • Stand alone pools
  • Non-mandated urine drug testing and breath alcohol testing
  • Customized selection rates and intervals
  • Keep customers compliant with state statute 103.503, public works and public utility testing requirements

Medical Review Officer (MRO)

  • Board certified occupational medicine physician/MRO
  • Certified through American Association of Medical Review Officers (AAMRO) and Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC)  
  • MRO performs investigative interview IAW 49 CFR Part 40 with all donors that test positive by GC/MS
  • MRO communicates all reviewed results directly to the company
  • MRO's are local and their staff is authorized to process negative test results, which gets them to you quicker than out of state MRO's. Additionally, MRO's are required to review 5% of the negative results processed by staff quarterly and by having local MRO's, these records are maintained locally and readily available in the event of a DOT audit.


  • DOT-mandated supervisory training seminars
  • DOT-mandated supervisory training on-site
  • Non-mandated training on-site if requested
  • Regulatory updates
  • Assistance with Policy Development

* Rapid testing is done at our sites using FDA approved devices for non DOT regulated Employers. These tests are done in the presence of the donor with results reported to the employer before the donor leaves the building. Specimens that screen positive are sent to Quest Diagnostics for confirmation testing using GC/MS.