DOT Physicals

Medical Examiner Requirements:

Dr. Kevin Bradshaw is a Department of Transportation (DOT) certified medical examiner and can provide DOT physical examinations to commercial drivers. He is registered through the NRCME (National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners) and is on the list of approved physicians who have completed extensive training in performing DOT/CDL physicals and is able to report to the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) drivers who qualify and are able to continue to drive.

 The exam is federally mandated for anyone applying for a commercial driver’s license. It determines whether a driver is medically fit enough to drive safely. Drivers are required to retake this exam every 24 months to remain certified to drive, unless a health condition requires a more frequent exam.

What does the DOT exam involve?

A vision test, Color vision test, Hearing test, Blood pressure test, Urine test for blood sugar, Health history review, and Basic physical exam.

What should I bring?

Driver’s should bring a current driver's license, as well as a list of current medications or medical issues.

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