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Who We Are

Trilab Health is a high complexity, COLA accredited and CLIA certified full reference laboratory centrally located in Chicago, IL. Trilab Health delivers a comprehensive range of diagnostic lab services along with support services to physicians and their patients.

Our Mission

We founded Trilab Health as a response to the substance abuse and opioid epidemic over a decade ago in order to provide a true Harm Reduction Platform. We want to empower providers and patients with diagnostics and education in a compassionate manner.

News from Trilab Health

DEA Reports Widespread Threat of Fentanyl Mixed with Xylazine WASHINGTON – The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration is warning the American public of a sharp increase in the trafficking of fentanyl mixed with xylazine. Xylazine, also known as “Tranq,” is a powerful sedative that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved for veterinary use. “Xylazine [...]


As the U.S. heads into a third pandemic winter, the first hints are emerging that another possible surge of COVID-19 infections could be on its way. So far, no national surge has started yet. The number of people getting infected, hospitalized and dying from COVID in the U.S. has been gently declining from a fairly high plateau. [...]


Trilab Health announces R&D partnership with ThermoFischer Chicago, Aug 18th, 2022 – Trilab Health, having a longstanding relationship with ThermoFischer Scientific, announced a strategic R&D partnership for the development of more specific and sensitive testing processes within wound care and women’s health testing. Trilab is developing tests that will aid in the diagnostics of Sexually [...]


According to the CDC,
130 people

die daily due to opioid overdoses.

Trilab Health has provided services to
over 130 providers.

Turnaround time is
24 hours.


Answers from Trilab Health Professionals

Why should I drug test my patients?

There are two primary reasons to test patients. The first is to monitor proper adherence to a prescribed regimen of medication – to make sure the patient is taking what he or she is supposed to be taking. The second is to monitor abstinence – to make sure the patient is not taking anything that he or she is not supposed to be taking. […]

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