TRAINED AND CERTIFIED
A DOT physical exam is the evaluation required in order to operate a commercial vehicle. It is also referred to as a "medical fitness for duty" examination. The exam ensures that each driver is capable and healthy enough to successfully complete the duties associated with commercial driving.
What the DOT Exam Covers
- Blood Pressure/Pulse Rate
- Physical Examination
What You Need to Bring to Your Exam
Bring a valid, current ID – plus if any of the following apply:
- Bring a list of medications
- Bring your old DOT medical card.
- Sleep Apnea – bring a copy of your annual sleep summary report.
- Heart related testing (EKG, Echo, Stress test, Cardiology Clearance) – bring a copy of the report.
- If you are on any controlled or narcotic medication, please contact us for a Medication Form that needs to be filled out by your prescribing physician.
- Diabetic – bring a copy of your most recent A1C (blood work) from your prescribing physician.
- If you are using insulin, you will need to bring in your most recent A1C and a ITDM Assessment Form filled out by your treating clinician.