Thanks for the reply, as it was pretty much the most helpful. I'm not trying to get medication out of my system, but I would just like to know the process involved so I can be prepared for my first job in my career.
I have the job and go to the orientation in August. This is just the last hoop I have to pass through and I just wanted to make sure I am doing everything right.
Tomorrow I am going to go to my pharmacist to get all of my relevant prescription information for the medications I will test positive for. I was told by someone at human resources, to make their life easier, to bring this information there so they have it all beforehand. Is this true?
I was told that I will bring this "information such as bottles or whatever has prescription information on it (what meds that may show up in the urine test)" to the actual nurse who hands me the urine cup, not anyone else.
Human Resources said that the other possible way was that the will just have you simply put a check mark next to medications that may show up on the test. In this case, she said it would still be a good idea to get the prescription information beforehand.
I'm just going off what they have said but it could be wrong for all I know.
But, basically, what you are saying in the quote above is that I don't have to go through asking the pharmacist this and just have them fax this information when the time comes?
If anyone else as any advice to offer between now and Wednesday that would be great.
Thanks and have a great day.