I’m not a lab technician, but typically a qualitative test is only done when a test is positive or abnormal. For example, in pregnancy testing, HCG levels wouldn’t be tested if the pregnancy test was negative. In fact, it wouldn’t be practical, since the hormone level would be zero or close to that. I don’t know if the same thing applies to G6PD.
It sounds like you need two tests, one for positive/negative, one for units of measure (the level) of what you are testing. I would call the lab from another hospital that is similar to yours (or uses your LIS), and ask for their advice. You also want to ask your own lab manager if both tests (qn and ql) are tested from serum or whole blood. They may be different.
One possible way is to identify that type of testing as a clinic. That is, give each it’s own name and location.
Perhaps your clinic name is now 892SST. Many facilities have multiple locations, such as 892 South Street and 992 South Street. The lab identifies these as ordering locations. You can request that the lab add 892POCT as an ordering location. You would use that on your lab requisitions and they would send results to the ordering provider from that clinic, as usual. All results could possibly be viewed for 892POCT, depending on your interface.