16 Van Cott Rd #2e, Deer Park, NY 11729

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DOT Physical


D.O.T. Physicals

We perform DOT physicals in our office 7 days a week, and we are now offering on-site exams at your location. On-site examinations can significantly decrease the complications in scheduling these physicals at a remote location. If we can do the physicals on your site, we can also save you a significant amount of money.

A DOT physical exam is valid for up to 24 months. The medical examiner may also issue a medical examiner’s certificate for less than 24 months when it is desirable to monitor a condition, like high blood pressure and Diabetes.

Please feel free to contact our office. I hope that our facility can help to service your needs for your employee’s DOT physicals. I am sure that we can reduce your cost for this procedure.

Certifications are provided on the same day, and information is entered on the website as well.

All New York CDL holders must be medically qualified to drive a CMV by the means of a valid DOT medical certificate. Drivers need to operate their vehicles safely. A DOT physical ensures there are no health issues that would prevent that from happening.

What To Expect During A DOT Physical?

During the physical, your current health status and medical history will be reviewed to determine if you are physically fit and able to safely drive a commercial motor vehicle. The physical will include but not limited to:

  • Vision and hearing test
  • Blood Pressure exam
  • urine test for protein, glucose , and blood

What Should I Bring With Me?

  • Any medical history
  • List of prescriptions medications and dosage you currently take
  • Hearing aids
  • Glasses

How Often is a DOT Physical Required?

CDL drivers are required to take the DOT physical exam every two years. If you have a condition that needs monitoring such as high blood pressure, or any other medical condition that jeopardizes your safety on the road, you may be required to get a physical more often. Upon successfully completing the physical, the physician in charge will give you a certificate that you can show your employer.