Department of Transportation physical examinations are given in numerous cities such as Denver, Colorado; Anaheim, California; Atlanta, Georgia and Phoenix, Arizona. Individuals can visit the Drivers and Carriers page at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration website to search for DOT medical examination locations in all 50 states. Some CVS Pharmacy locations offer DOT medical exams at in-store service clinics. Network medical services providers such as Concentra and TeamCME also offer DOT exams at clinics located throughout the United States.
The DOT mandates that drivers must go to a certified medical examiner for physical exams that are required to maintain a commercial motor vehicle license. Searching the national registry of approved medical exam locations involves entering a specific city and state, or ZIP code, into its search tool. Search results display numbered blue dots that indicate the location of each medical facility. Cities often have several locations within a particular radius. CVS has numerous MinuteClinics staffed with physician assistants and nurse practitioners who have completed DOT certification requirements, and clicking the Find a Clinic link at its MinuteClinic page leads to individual state listings of clinic locations.
Concentra and TeamCME are private health networks that provide DOT exams to their members; finding a nearby clinic requires visiting their websites and using search tools.