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Dr. Michael Givens DC,CME | 2917 Independence | Ste 400 | Cape Girardeau MO | 63703 | 573-651-8686 

Services

DOT and Non-DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing

DOT drug tests require laboratory testing (49 CFR Part 40 Subpart F) for the following five classes of drugs: Marijuana. Cocaine. Opiates – opium and codeine derivatives. Amphetamines and methamphetamines and Phencyclidine – PCP.  We are prepared to offer complete drug and alcohol testing as required by the Federal MotorCarrier Safety Administration.   DOT alcohol tests identify alcohol concentration of 0.02 and greater. - See more at: http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/drug-alcohol-testing/which- substances-are-tested#sthash.xHnMporH.dpuf The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol testing regulations for commercial driver licensed (CDL) employees are contained in 49 CFR Part 382, and 49 CFR Part 40. These regulations can be found at: http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/drug-alcohol-testing/drug-and-alcohol- testing-brochure-drivers What Employees Need to Know About DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing This publication was produced by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to assist safety-sensitive employees subject to workplace drug & alcohol testing in understanding the requirements of 49 CFR Part 40 and certain DOT agency regulations. Nothing in this publication is intended to supplement, alter or serve as an official interpretation of 49 CFR Part 40 or DOT agency regulations. This publication is for educational purposes only: http://www.transportation.gov/odapc/employee-handbook-english

Certified Medical Examiner

Effective May 21, 2014, commercial drivers can no longer get a DOT exam

performed by their general practitioner, internal medicine physician,

chiropractor or other provider unless that provider is certified and listed on the

National Registry of Medical Examiners.

 Information about the National Registry can be found at:

https://nationalregistry.fmcsa.dot.gov/NRPublicUI/home.seam

As of May 21, 2014, the FMCSA will: Require that motor carriers and drivers use only medical examiners on the National Registry. Accept as valid only those medical examiners listed on the National registry.  This means that as of May 21, 2014, commercial drivers can no longer get a DOT exam performed by their general practitioner, internal medicine physician, chiropractor or other provider unless that provider is certified and listed on the National Registry of Medical Examiners. Motor Carrier and Driver products “Guide to Driver Medical Qualification” can be found here. http://www.cmedot.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=11&zenid=ellvjivr pis3l3742pcba1tuk7

Legal Paternity and DNA Testing

A legal paternity test requires that all tested parties have their DNA samples collected at a certified facility — such as local hospitals, medical offices and health departments. When you place your order with Dr. Givens and MO Health and Rehab, a scheduling specialist will help you to arrange an appointment. Paternity Testing Facts     In 2010, 24.87% of men tested for paternity were proved not to be the father, according  to the AABB 2010 annual report.     Paternity testing often involves a cheek swab, which is non-invasive.     If parents are unwed, a child may not have a legal father until paternity is established.  Hair, toothbrushes and fingernail clippings can all be used for a paternity test.  Grandparents, aunts and uncles are able to be tested if a parent is unavailable. Procedures can be done in about 25 minutes and with the strictest of confidentiality. All testing uses court recognized procedures to ensure quality and credibility.
Occupational Medicine
Dr Michael Givens DC, CME
Dr. Michael Givens | 2917 Independence | Suite 400 Cape Girardeau MO | 63703 | 573-651-8686

Services

DOT and Non-

DOT Drug and

Alcohol Testing

DOT drug tests require laboratory testing (49 CFR Part 40 Subpart F) for the following five classes of drugs: Marijuana. Cocaine. Opiates – opium and codeine derivatives. Amphetamines and methamphetamines and Phencyclidine – PCP.  We are prepared to offer complete drug and alcohol testing as required by the Federal MotorCarrier Safety Administration.   DOT alcohol tests identify alcohol concentration of 0.02 and greater. - See more at: http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/drug-alcohol- testing/which-substances-are-tested#sthash.xHnMporH.dpuf The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol testing regulations for commercial driver licensed (CDL) employees are contained in 49 CFR Part 382, and 49 CFR Part 40. These regulations can be found at: http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/drug-alcohol-testing/drug- and-alcohol-testing-brochure-drivers What Employees Need to Know About DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing This publication was produced by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to assist safety-sensitive employees subject to workplace drug & alcohol testing in understanding the requirements of 49 CFR Part 40 and certain DOT agency regulations. Nothing in this publication is intended to supplement, alter or serve as an official interpretation of 49 CFR Part 40 or DOT agency regulations. This publication is for educational purposes only: http://www.transportation.gov/odapc/employee-handbook- english

Certified Medical

Examiner

Effective May 21, 2014,

commercial drivers can

no longer get a DOT exam

performed by their general

practitioner, internal medicine physician, chiropractor or other

provider unless that provider is certified and listed on the National

Registry of Medical Examiners.

 Information about the National Registry can be found at:

https://nationalregistry.fmcsa.dot.gov/NRPublicUI/home.seam

As of May 21, 2014, the FMCSA will: Require that motor carriers and drivers use only medical examiners on the National Registry. Accept as valid only those medical examiners listed on the National registry.  This means that as of May 21, 2014, commercial drivers can no longer get a DOT exam performed by their general practitioner, internal medicine physician, chiropractor or other provider unless that provider is certified and listed on the National Registry of Medical Examiners. Motor Carrier and Driver products “Guide to Driver Medical Qualification” can be found here. http://www.cmedot.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=11&z enid=ellvjivrpis3l3742pcba1tuk7

Legal Paternity and

DNA Testing

A legal paternity test requires that all tested parties have their DNA samples collected at a certified facility — such as local hospitals, medical offices and health departments. When you place your order with Dr. Givens and MO Health and Rehab, a scheduling specialist will help you to arrange an appointment. Paternity Testing Facts     In 2010, 24.87% of men tested for paternity were proved not to be the father, according  to the AABB 2010 annual report.     Paternity testing often involves a cheek swab, which is non- invasive.     If parents are unwed, a child may not have a legal father until paternity is established.  Hair, toothbrushes and fingernail clippings can all be used for a paternity test.  Grandparents, aunts and uncles are able to be tested if a parent is unavailable. Procedures can be done in about 25 minutes and with the strictest of confidentiality. All testing uses court recognized procedures to ensure quality and credibility.