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Why we screen for drug and alcohol use
We use drug and alcohol screening to monitor medical practitioners and students where there is a history of or concerns about substance or alcohol misuse or dependence. Negative screening results are an effective way to know that practitioners are not affected by substances or alcohol and can continue safely in practice or training. If you have a condition on your registration that requires you to undergo drug or alcohol screening, this page contains all the information you will need to comply with these conditions.
Please note, these policies apply from 4 June 2018.
Forms for screening:
Fact sheets for participants:
Christmas/New Year trading hours of all Council-approved collection centres across NSW will be published on Laverty’s website. Please check Laverty’s website before attending for screening during this period and refine your search by selecting centres which have Occupational Urine Drug Screening Collections.