A drug test is not required to join the Clipboard Health platform. However, some facilities may require a drug test in order to book a shift at their particular facility (Clipboard Health will cover the cost of the drug test). We recommend that you read the entirety of this article prior to agreeing to work at a facility that requires a drug test.
Facility drug screening
If a facility requests a drug test in order to work a shift, you can request one by reaching our support team and providing the following details:
- Your full name
- Your email address
- What facility is requested the drug test?
Be sure to include a note indicating that you would like us to help you coordinate a drug test.
Consequences of a positive test
- If you have a positive confirmatory test on any drug screen, your work with all Facilities will be terminated and you will be ineligible to work for Clipboard Health's Facilities until you complete a two-year suspension.
- The consequences of a positive drug test result may apply even if a state has permitted medical or recreational use of the such drug. You may submit a prescription and our Documents team will have to validate it within 24-48 hours. Here's a guide on how to upload your supporting documents.
- If you believe a drug test has yielded a “false positive” - please reach out to the Medical Review Officer (MRO):
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00 AM-7:00 PM CST
MRO Services: 888-382-2281
Clipboard Health reserves the right to reject potential Hires from being Onboarded if they have a history of drug possession, drug theft, or past of being under influence of drugs or other substances reported in your background check.
We may request a drug test again at any time, even if you have already undergone a test if reasonable suspicion of being on drugs/ or under the influence of alcohol while enrolled.
You may be dismissed from doing business with Clipboard Health or be requested or required to undergo a drug and/or alcohol test if there is a reasonable suspicion, and/or for cause, that you are working at a partner Facility while under the influence of alcohol and/or illegal drugs.
You have the right to refuse to undergo drug and/or alcohol testing at any time.
An applicant or employee who refuses to be tested or whose behavior prevents meaningful completion of drug and/or alcohol testing will be subject to disqualification from Facilities and possibly disciplinary action (such as termination) in conformity with the Clipboard Health Incident Management Rules.
If a test result comes back as a negative dilute, the applicant or currently Enrolled Contractor will be required to undergo an additional drug screen within 24 business hours.
If the second drug screen comes back as a negative or negative dilute, then the drug screen is considered negative.