Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) Physicals


In order for you to renew your commercial license, the Department of Transportation requires that you have a physical exam every two years. The physical exam enables you and your healthcare provider to update your health profile.

To save you time and to serve you better, we ask that you bring:

  • Your eye glasses
  • A list of all over-the-counter medications you are taking including herbs and vitamins
  • A list of your prescription medications and their dosage

To provide you with quality care, we ask that you:

  • Complete a form with demographic information and a brief health history
  • Provide a urine specimen to check protein and glucose levels
  • Provide a urine specimen for a drug screen if your employer requests

To give you our professional best, during your exam we will:

  • Check your height, weight, and blood pressure
  • Test your vision and your hearing
  • Examine your eyes, ears, nose, throat, heart, lungs, abdomen
  • Assess your vascular system, musculoskeletal, and neurological systems
  • Check for tuberculosis (TB) if required

You will receive a Medical Examiner's Certificate when your exam is complete. Keep this certificate with you when you are driving.

Working as a team, you and your healthcare professionals can decrease the likelihood of future problems and prevent certain health conditions from worsening, decrease relapses or flare-ups, and stop the development of chronic pain syndromes.

A better quality of life is the wellness goal to better health. Keeping you safe while on the road is important to us and your family.
  • Our office specializes in providing these types of physicals for many local employers.
  • Our physicals are accepted by state and federal regulators for your D.O.T. physical certification.

Check with our front desk to schedule an appointment for your D.O.T. physical today!