Get on the road with Restore Health Urgent Care!
We offer affordable DOT Physicals right in Palm Bay.
See a certified DOT Medical Examiner any day of the week at Restore Health Urgent Care. For companies with many drivers, we provide efficient and comprehensive reporting to your designated employer representative. We minimize wait times for your drivers, and can even provide on-site services.
- We are a “one stop shop” for DOT physicals and drug screening
- We’re open on evenings and the weekends, so nobody has to miss work
- We offer great pricing:
- $95 – Package Deal: DOT Physical & Drug Screening
- $60 – DOT Physical Only
- $35 – Drug Screening Only
- You never need an appointment. We are an efficient walk-in clinic with great customer service.
- Our Palm Bay Urgent Care center is conveniently located in the Bayside Lakes Shopping Center, near the Publix Super Market. Get directions now »
What is a DOT Physical?
DOT physicals are regular examinations required by Federal law for commercial motor vehicle drivers. Also known as the “Department of Transportation Medical Examinations,” DOT physicals are regulated for the drivers’ safety and are highly controlled. These physicals measure mental, physical, and emotional issues that could affect a driver’s ability to drive a commercial vehicle safely. Our DOT medical professionals are highly trained to understand the regulations and ensure drivers are not inappropriately limited.
How to Prepare
It’s extremely important that drivers come completely prepared for their exam. If you wear eye glasses, contact lenses, and/or a hearing aid, you must bring them. Have a list of any medications you take, including doses and contact information for the prescribing doctor(s). If you suffer from any other medical condition, you may be required to bring additional information (call ahead if you have questions). You can also download and complete the Driver sections of the the Medical Examination Report form.
What to Expect
During your DOT Physical, a certified examiner will review your medical history, perform a thorough physical exam. The examination includes an evaluation of a driver’s hearing, vision, blood pressure, and overall physical ability, as well as urinalysis. If you pass the DOT physical, we issue your Medical Examiner’s Certificate on the spot.
Understanding new DOT Form Requirements and Regulations
In April 2016, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) updated their requirements for DOT forms. The grace period for the old MER form has ended and previous versions are no longer permitted. Click here to learn about changes to the DOT Form Requirements and Regulations .