Commercial Driver's Exams
Dr. Cook is a board certified Occupational Medicine physician, and listed in the FMCSA’s National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners to provide examinations for Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators. Scheduling your exam with us will help you get your tests done quickly so you can get back on the road. Our expert staff are specifically trained in DOT physicals, and we GUARANTEE that your Examination Report and Certificate are accurate and processed without any mistakes. Do not postpone your job approvals, but make sure you approach us for a hassle-free physical test.
GUARANTEE: IF THE DMV RETURNS YOUR EXAM FOR ERRORS, WE WILL CORRECT THE ERRORS AT NO COST TO YOU, AND REFUND 100% OF THE EXAM FEE.
STEP 1: Complete pages 1-3 of attached form and email to email@example.com
STEP 2: Make payment for exam.
STEP 3: Your physical exam form will be reviewed, and then you will be contacted to clarify any information, schedule your examination, and answer any questions you have. For certain medical conditions, we may ask you to bring in additional information from your doctor to avoid further delays in receiving your Medical Examiner’s Certificate.
STEP 4: Your physical exam will include:
A. Urine test at any Quest Diagnostics location. This can be done at any time before your actual appointment time.
B. Physical examination in our clinic at 10425 Tierrasanta Blvd, Ste 108, San Diego, CA 92124.
Please wear or bring shorts and a T-shirt for the examination.
A hospital gown will be available as an alternative.
C. Completion and signing of forms and your Medical Examiner’s Certificate.
If there are potential medical problems that require further evaluation, you may need to see a specialist or your personal physician prior to receiving your Medical Examiner’s Certification. In this case, you are required to schedule a follow-up that is within 45 days. A single return evaluation is provided at no additional charge.
STEP 5: Bring your Medical Examiner’s Certificate to the DMV, or mail in as required for your licensure. You should keep a copy for yourself, and any employer you have may also want a copy.
Employers should only get a copy of the Medical Examiner’s Certificate, and never receive a copy of the Medical Examiner Report (MER) Form, MCSA-5875, which contains personal health information.
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