A physical examination and drug screen is required by the Department of Transportation  (DOT) for drivers carrying commercial loads on public roads. The physicians of Doctors Immediate Care understand the DOT physical requirements and go through the checklist that the medical examiner is required to go through to conduct the physical exam.

Our staff provides cost effective and professional convenient care DOT medical services including DOT physicals and compliance, wellness programs.

Our Services Include

Pre-Placement Physicals DOT Physicals
Pre-Placement Functional Evaluations Executive Physicals
Drug Screens Hair Testing
Random Drug Testing, Test cup Alcohol Screens
Pulmonary Function Testing Audio grams
Fit Testing Adult Immunizations
PPD Testing Blood Panels
IME PPI Rating
What is a DOT physical exam consist of?

A DOT physical exam is the evaluation required in order to operate a commercial vehicle. It is referred to as a “medical fitness for duty” examination, which ensures that each driver is capable and healthy enough to successfully complete the duties associated with commercial driving.

What tests are done in a DOT physical?

What the DOT Physical Covers

– Vision
– Hearing
– Blood pressure/pulse rate
– Urinalysis
– Physical Examination

Who needs a DOT physical?

Individuals operating the following vehicles in interstate commerce need to have a completed DQ file:

– Vehicles with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) or gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), or gross combination weight (GCW) or gross combination weight rating (GCWR) of 10,001 pounds or more.
– Vehicles designed to transport more than 15 people, or more than 8 people when there is direct compensation involved.
– Vehicles transporting hazardous materials that require the vehicle to be placarded.