The medical examiner will perform a physical exam. Once the medical examiner completes all the DOT physical requirements, you will discuss any hazards created by your health history or current medical condition. The examiner must document these hazards on your DOT physical form and determine whether you meet the standards for receiving a medical certificate.
If you meet the standards and do not require periodic medical monitoring, your certificate will be valid for two years. In some cases, the medical examiner will issue a certificate that lasts for only three months, six months, or one year. The examiner will also note whether you must wear a hearing aid or corrective lenses. If you do not meet the standards, the examiner will not be able to issue a valid medical certificate.
DOT physicals cost $80. Exams are available by appointment on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday. Dr. Gilroy will travel to perform the physical, however, a minimum number of 4 driver physicals would be required.
If you would like to make an appointment for CDL/DOT physicals please bring:
- Current Driver’s License
- Current DOT/CDL medical certificate
- Glasses (if worn for driving)
- Hearing aid
- List of current medications