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Questions you may have

What is a DOT Physical? 

A Department of Transportation (DOT) physical is a physical exam that is required of people who drive commercial vehicles. The point of a DOT physical is to make sure that people who are driving commercial motor vehicles are physically, mentally, and emotionally fit. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requires them for the safety of the public.

What to bring to a DOT Physical?

 

You can fill out the driver's portion of the exam at home if you want to save time on the day of the physical. You will also need to bring:

  • A list of all of your doctors' names and addresses

  • A list of all of your medicines, including the dosage

  • Your glasses, contacts, or hearing aids, if you use them

  • A record of your blood sugar readings and your most recent Hgb A1C if you have diabetes

  • A record from your CPAP machine showing proper use for at least 90 days if you have sleep apnea

  • A letter from your cardiologist indicating you're safe to drive a DOT physical if you have heart issues

  • The results of recent heart tests, if you've had them

  • A letter from your neurologist if you've had a stroke, a brain tumor, seizure disorder, or bleeding in the brain 

  • A letter and medical records from your doctor if you're taking any medicines that can cause sleepiness or are controlled substances

  • A letter from your doctor if you've lost permanent use of an arm or leg, including any work restrictions 

  • A letter from your doctor and a recent blood level and clearance test if you're taking the blood thinner Coumadin 

What is Telehealth?

 

Telehealth is the use of digital information and communication technologies, such as computers and mobile devices, to access health care services remotely and manage your health care. These may be technologies you use from home or that your doctor uses to improve or support health care services.

Where will my prescription be sent to?

 A pharmacy of patient choice. 

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