Global Analytical Development has a proven track record of establishing and supporting successful licensed laboratories operating within compliant guidelines—from initial application and equipment selection through installation and inspection.

Our team of consultants are here to advise you through each step of the process. With Global Analytical Development, you receive expert assistance with licensure applications; laboratory site selection (layout and readiness); equipment setup (selection, installation, validation, and training); and ongoing guidance for maintaining laboratory compliance.


Setup and installation support services

  • Laboratory Licensure
  • Site Preparation
  • Installation, Validation, and Training
  • Accreditation and Operation (Go-Live)
  • Ongoing Compliance Support


CLIA compliant, sustainable service, and support

Complete laboratory solutions

  • Application, Licensure, Accreditation
  • Credentialed Technical Consultants
  • Audit and Inspection Support
  • Equipment and Software Solutions
  • Broad Test Menu

Analyzer and LIS solutions

We offer a wide range of laboratory instrumentation from self-contained benchtop units to floor models for higher volume laboratories, all with easy-to-manage operating systems. Based on your site requirements, volume and panel selections, we can recommend a solution to fit your needs.

Our benchtop analyzers like the ImmTox® and the EasyRA® are ideally suited for small spaces and remain fast, efficient, and reliable. With a simple user interface, these instruments are easy to operate and maintain.


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Customize test panels ideal for your equipment

A wide range of both prescription and illicit drug and alcohol screens are available to choose from, giving you the choice and flexibility to customize test panels to meet your needs. Specimen validity testing is also available.

  1. Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), and Commission on Office Laboratory Accreditation (COLA)
  2. United States National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) 2011