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CDL Physicals

Your CDL/DOT physical is conducted by a Certified Medical Examiner (CME) who will review your health history, check your vital signs and perform a thorough exam. Your CME evaluates your:

  • Back & spine
  • Ears & eyes
  • Extremities
  • General appearance
  • Heart
  • Lungs & chest
  • Medications
  • Urine (urinalysis)

Click here to schedule your appointment online. Physicals are only performed Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Things You Must Bring to Your Appointment

  • A valid form of photo ID.
  • Your eyeglasses or contact lenses.
  • Your working hearing aids.
  • List of medications and the name/contact information for the prescribing doctor.
  • If you use a CPAP, you MUST provide your compliance report to your CME. We cannot retrieve the report on your behalf.
  • Medical release opinion or clearance letter from your primary doctor or specialist for any medical conditions being treated.
  • Current FMCSA Waiver or Exemption Certificate or skills performance evaluation (if applicable)
What You Can Do To Complete Your CDL Physical

A CDL physical is a federally regulated process and has very specific requirements. To expedite completion:

  • Provide accurate contact details for follow up communication and reply promptly.
  • Follow your CME’s specific instructions after your exam.
  • Contact your treating physician for the required clearance letter(s).
  • Promptly return all required paperwork to the clinic for review by your CME. There is a 24 hour processing period to allow for your CME to review your documents.
Download and Complete Client Forms Online

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