Same Day DOT Medical Exams Available - No Appointment Needed
Affordable Self-Pay Rates
Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Drivers keep America moving. Nearly every item in our homes, businesses, even our clinics, are available to us because of the men and women who have dedicated their professional lives to the commercial trucking industry.
And behind every good driver is Michigan Urgent Care and Occupational Health.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association (FMCSA) requires all drivers to be medically certified. Our Certified Medical Examiners (CME) can provide same-day medical certifications and recertifications*. We offer affordable self-pay rates for independent operators, and can also set-up a DOT program for companies, including random drug screening pools.
For independent truck drivers needing a new certification or recertification, make an appointment at our Grosse Pointe clinic through our Reserve Your Spot, or register online for our other clinics .
*This is not a guarantee of medical certification. Additional testing or/information may be required. Please plan your DOT Medical Exam at least 30-60 days ahead of your medical card's expiration date.
DOT Workplace Program
Keep Drivers Safe & On The Road
Michigan Urgent Care and Occupational Health is committed to keeping your drivers safe and on the road. We can assist companies who employ CVM drivers in all aspects of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) compliance: medical certifications/recertifications and all drug testing – pre-hire, post-accident, random, reasonable suspicion, follow-up, and return-to-work.
Contact us today to set-up your workplace DOT Program.
DOT Resources & Forms
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Are same-day DOT Medical Exams available at Michigan Urgent Care and Occupational Health Clinics?
Michigan Urgent Care and Occupational Health clinics can provide same-day medical exams. We do recommend seeking a DOT medical exam 30-60 days before your medical certifications expiration date since, for certain conditions, additional tests and medical documentation may be required.
2. What documents are needed for the DOT Medical Exam?
A valid driver’s license.
If you rely on devices to correct your vision or hearing, please bring those with you. These include hearing aids, contacts, and eyeglasses.
FMCSA Medical Examination Report Form. Drivers can complete section 1 to save time at the office.
Visit the FMCSA website for the most updated Diabetes, Vision, Hearing, and Seizure exception forms.
3. Is a drug test required as a part of the DOT Medical Exam?
No. Drug and breath alcohol tests are not required as a part of the DOT Medical Exam. However, if a new/prospective employer requires a pre-hire drug screen, one may be conducted during your physical exam. Please note a urine sample will be required for a kidney screening.