A pharmacist at the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Wisconsin said she was discouraged by higher-ups from performing drug tests on patients prescribed opiates, as is recommended by VA guidelines. In a joint U. House and Senate committee hearing in Tomah on March 30, Noelle Johnson, a pharmacist who was fired from the facility and now is employed by VA as a pain management specialist in Des Moines, Iowa, said pharmacists were discouraged from testing patients for drug use for fear of what prescribing physicians might learn. If the tests were negative, it might indicate that the patient was not taking the medication, raising questions as to whether they were "diverting" or selling their meds. If the tests were strongly positive, it could suggest overuse or abuse and VA could be held liable "when something unfortunate happened," Johnson said she was told. During three hours of testimony, House Veterans' Affairs and Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs committee members heard from families of patients who died at the Tomah VA, former employees who said they warned VA officials about physicians suspected of overmedicating patients but were fired or reprimanded for doing so and VA administrators in charge of investigating wrongdoing at the hospital. The facility came under fire earlier this year after reports surfaced that at least two providers prescribed more opiate pain medications than their peers and patients died from drug toxicity.
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Asked January 10, Answered June 15, Asked January 15, After receiving a tentative offer, the following week I did the physical and fingerprinting. No drug test.
Check to see if you have your prescribed meds in your system? Check for illegal drugs in your system? I don't know that vets have yearly tests for diabetes. You may be referencing routine lab work blood tests and urinalysis during physicals that may note high blood sugars as well as high cholesterol and many other abnormalities.