Welcome to the #1 website for locating certified providers for your DOT physical!

You don’t need to be reminded how important it is to stay current with your DOT certification. Your livelihood depends on it! Now, DriverPhysicals.com makes it easier than ever for you to find a Certified DOT Medical Examiner in your area to perform your DOT Physical. All CDL holders must get their DOT Physical from a certified medical provider.

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Click on the map at the top of this page to find a convenient location for your DOT Physical, or click on any of the states listed at the bottom of this page! You’ll be able to find all the information you need to locate a qualified medical examiner, including detailed maps, their office hours, prices and all of the services they provide.

Save Time – Print Forms Early

Most examiners will have the all the forms you will need for your certification, however if you would like to save some time by printing the DOT Physical forms before your appointment, please visit our “Useful Links” section and click on the forms you want to print.

We can save you money too!

Many of our certified DOT medical examiners offer a discount when you pre-pay for your examination on our website. Please visit their individual locations on the map above to see which examiners provide a discount!

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The DOT Medical Exam and CMV Certification

A Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination is conducted by a licensed medical examiner. The term includes, but is not limited to, doctors of medicine (MD), doctors of osteopathy (DO), physician assistants (PA), advanced practice nurses (APN), and doctors of chiropractic (DC).


Drivers should note that as of May 21st. 2014, medical providers must be specially certified by the FSCMA to do DOT Physicals. If the medical provider is certified, their name will appear on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners at this website: https://nationalregistry.fmcsa.dot.gov/NRPublicUI/home.seam.


The reason for the DOT Physical Examination is to rule out any pre-existing conditions that might affect the driver’s ability to safely operate a commercial motor vehicle. The medical certificate that the driver receives after the exam is proof that the driver has met the medical requirements to hold a CDL. The exam helps to ensure the safety of both the CDL holders, and the public that shares the road with them.


Our website was created to help commercial drivers who need a DOT Physical to easily find NRCME providers in their area. Many of our providers also offer DOT drug tests and breath alcohol testing. Scheduling a DOT physical is now easier than ever before. Simply locate an NRCME provider in your geographic area, and click on their link. You will see their address, phone number, a detailed map of their locations, their prices and their office hours. If you have a good experience at their office, leave a review so that other drivers will see it too.