We provide a quick and efficient process to complete your physical under 30 minutes!
We know your time is valuable and it is very important that you complete your physical and get back to business. We also provide drug testing if required by your employer. Our Doctors can address common issues related to certification like high blood pressure and diabetes.
Our medical practitioners are federally DOT certified to provide medical exams for your Commercial Driver’s License, CDL application. We work with local companies in and around Maryland to provide a quick and convenient DOT Physical Location to test and efficiently process DOT certification.
Our Clinic is open monday through friday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm. We offer walk-in services, appointment is not mandatory, a DOT certified provider is always available and can be reached for any questions at our location.
Things To Prepare For Your Appointment
Make sure to continue taking your prescribed medications as usual.
Wear loose clothing for the physical exam.
Don’t use the restroom just before your appointment. You will need to give a urine sample.
Have your Driver’s License with you.
Complete Medication List from your pharmacy. (with dosage amounts included).
Drivers with the following Health Issues will need to complete specific forms:
Heart Issues, Diabetes or Pre-Diabetes, Hypertension or on hypertensive medication, Sleep Apnea or on CPAP machine, Respiratory Disorders, Smoker over age 35, Neurological Disorders, Mental/Behavioral Health issues, Blood Thinners, Vision, Controlled Substances.
Any patient operating a motor vehicle under a FMCSA-issued medical waiver must have the appropriate waiver form with them at the time of their physical examination. If you have other health problems or recent surgery, you may need to provide additional information. Failure to provide necessary documentation may mean we are not able to certify you for driving at the time you are seen. You may be asked to return at a later date at an additional charge to you.
If you fail to pass your exam due to misrepresentation or a disqualifying medical condition, you will still be responsible for paying for your DOT physical.