Laboratory services are implemented for a variety of reasons including employment or workforce compliance, case plan conditions and probationary requirements.

Drug screens may be random, reasonable suspicion, conditional or in response to a specific occurrence such as an accident. Drug screens can be configured to meet a number of different needs and can also include medical review, DOT, random testing, staff training, onsite collection, mobile collection and drug free workplace compliance. (Note: Random drug testing is optional except for DOT.)

Scientific Analysis

Once we know which drug screen package is right for you, we set up your account and provide all necessary paperwork and collection forms. A representative is assigned to your account and is responsible for providing dedicated support. Testing results are securely communicated to you or a designated staff person in a variety of ways including phone, fax, secure email or US Postal Service.

We can create, implement & maintain a Drug Free Workplace Policy. (Note: When establishing a new Drug Free Workplace, new employees are automatically tested. Existing employees are only tested if there is reasonable suspicion or post accidents once the policy is implemented. Randoms are optional unless DOT employees are involved.)

Whether our involvement in helping to manage the screening process is minimal or involved, we are fully committed to providing the best level of service possible.


Our Goals

  • To provide the best customer service possible
  • To make each client feel like the only client
  • To promote an inclusive workplace and help the community

Tammy Livingood, owner of Livingood Lab Services, LLC oversees the development and management of private employer services accounts as well as select government contracts. Tammy earned a B.S. degree in Human Services from Kennesaw State University. She has diverse work experience ranging from positions in an accounting environment to implementation of case management services to fundraising.

Tammy has been active in civic activities and served from 2000-2008 as an elected board member of the Bartow County School System. She has also served as a board member for the Bartow Education Foundation and the Pettit Environmental Preserve.