DOT Corner

Interstate commercial motor vehicle drivers are required to obtain a Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) medical examination from a certified medical examiner that is listed on the National Registry. Designed to improve safety by achieving high-quality medical exams that are consistent with Federal regulations and guidelines, the National Registry helps commercial motor vehicle drivers, and employees, find trained and qualified medical examiners to perform physical qualification examinations.

Inspira Occupational Health providers are on the National Registry for Certified Medical Examiners.  To schedule a DOT physical exam, call (856) 507-8548 or contact any Inspira Urgent Care location to verify Certified Medical Examiners scheduled days.

The FMCSA requires that drivers maintain a current Medical Examiner’s Certificate to drive. As part of the physical, drivers are required to fill out the medical history portion of the Medical Examination Report of Commercial Driver Fitness Determination.

The DOT Physical Exam includes:

  • Evaluation of Visual Acuity/Field of Vision Standards
  • Assessment of Hearing Requirements 
  • Completion and Evaluation of the Medical Examination Report for Commercial Driver Fitness Determination

       If applicable:

Additional Information:
How to Prepare For Your DOT Physical Exam
Medical Requirement Frequently Asked Questions
Medical Conditions that May Disqualify a Driver
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Medical Examiner Handbook

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