Bay Clinical Laboratories is a CLIA Certified and COLA Accredited Clinical Reference Toxicology Laboratory dedicated to providing fast, accurate, and comprehensive drug testing to our clients nationwide and right next door in Annapolis, MD.
The Bay Clinical Story
Since our inception in 2016, Bay Clinical Laboratories has worked hand-in-hand with addiction treatment centers, pain management clinics, and drug and alcohol detox centers to provide them with a rapid turnaround on urine drug test results. All of our tests are conducted by highly-trained scientists using Advanced Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS).
As an Accredited Clinical Reference Toxicology Laboratory, Bay Clinical Laboratories provides an expansive and customizable testing menu composed of over 60 individual analytes. This comprehensive testing, presented in an industry-leading report format, provides a great deal of insight about the substances in a patient’s system and assists in guiding the clinician’s treatment of a patient.
Why Bay Clinical?
Bay Clinical Laboratories provides top-of-the-line customer service, with clinical consultations available from any of our scientists. We have an unparalleled 48-72 hour turnaround for delivery and take pride in our ability to meet the needs of a diverse array of addiction treatment centers, pain management clinics, and drug and alcohol detox centers.
The team at Bay Clinical Laboratories brings decades of experience in the fields of immunoassay methods and mass spectrometry analysis together to provide the healthcare industry with cutting-edge drug monitoring solutions.
Ian Apap: Laboratory Manager
Bachelor of Arts, Biochemistry
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL
Ian Apap has over 3 years of research and development in the field of Neuroscience from the Mac Planck Florida Institute and the Scripps Research Institute. Ian has over 6 years of experience in the field of clinical chemistry and maintains a national medical technologist’s license through the American Association of Bioanalysts in clinical chemistry.