Getting your DOT physical is mandatory but losing a lot of time to do it, is not. We try to make this process as convenient and easy for you as possible. It’s what separates us from the other clinics. You have the option of coming to one of our 8 locations in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach. Or we can come to you at a convenient time and do your physical at home or place of work.
By simplifying this process we allow you to stay working and doing what you do best, driving. We don’t want you to have any down time!. Call us to schedule a time and location to get your DOT physical done right.
Yes, we have several offices in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach for you convenience. We never have any wait time in our office locations. Our system is setup to allow DOT physicals to be done at all times of the day. You never have to wait and like our slogan says, “you’ll have your DOT card within an hour”.
We have years of experience doing physicals and we want to get it right the first time. Call us today and ask us any questions you may have. We’re here to help and get you on the road with your new DOT card today.
Our DOT physical is a simple and hassle-free process that involves includes filling out all the necessary paperwork, taking your medical history, and performing physical exam.
Step One: Paperwork
The first step in the process is the DOT paperwork. When you leave the office, you’ll get a copy of forms along with the exam results to take with you when you get your CDL, and a copy to give to your employer. We’ll also keep a scanned copy of your exam at our offices. And after all the paperwork has been processed, you’ll get your very own DOT medical card to keep with you at all times when you’re driving.
Step Two: Medical History
To provide an idea of your general health and family background, you’ll be asked to fill out a brief one-page medical history detailing past illness, diseases that run in your family, and your overall health. We will review these questions together in order to assure there are no restrictions to your DOT card.
Step Three: The Exam
Once you’ve provided your medical history our team will review the information you’ve provided, go over any medical conditions you may have, and perform a basic urinalysis test. As part of your exam, our doctor will: take your blood pressure, test your range of motion, examine your eyes and ears and check your heart, lungs and abdomen.