Therapist Questline

Escape From Tarkov “Urban Medicine” Quest Guide

Urban Medicine is a quest in Escape From Tarkov given by Jaeger.

Urban Medicine Quest Details


Quest Dialogue

Greetings, mercenary. The hospital continues to receive more intoxicated patients. Each day, there are more and more of them, and that worries me. It feels like if you destroy one drug den, two new ones appear. We should go another route, try to cure those who are already addicted. In order to do that, I need a sample of the drug for analysis.


  • Locate the chemical laboratory on Streets of Tarkov
  • Obtain the container with drug samples
  • Hand over the container


  • +10200 XP
  • ~50,000 Roubles
  • +0.02 reputation with Therapist


This time we’re sent to the chemical laboratory on Streets of Tarkov. It’s not a pharmacy building, but yet a dark drug lab. The location of this chemical laboratory is at the car dealership. The laboratory is behind a garage door that’s half demolished by a car accident. To get there, you need to crawl under it. Check the images below:

As for the quest item, the container should be somewhere inside, and it’s tough to find. It can be under the shelves (next to the dead body), or under the bed (behind the med box). Just make sure you sweep the area thoroughly, as it is a small item, and you might miss it easily.

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