Department Of Transportation Physicals Available At CHI Memorial Convenient - Cleveland

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Tiffany Potter
Tiffany Potter

CHI Memorial Convenient Care - Cleveland offers appointments for Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals for those with a commercial driver’s license (CDL). 

Tiffany Potter, APRN-BC, FNP-C, is certified to perform the medical exam. 

The physical includes a health history review, a thorough physical exam and a urine test.  You will receive a completed Medical Examination Report for the Commercial Driver Fitness Determination form, as well as other supporting documents.

  You must pass all parts of the exam to be eligible to receive the CDL medical card.

A DOT medical card with no restrictions is valid for two years.  A history of high blood pressure, taking high blood pressure medications, a sleep disorder, and taking oral medications for diabetes can restrict the medical card to one year or less, depending on the frequency your condition should be monitored. 

The cost of the DOT physical is $75 and payment is due at the time of service.  DOT physicals are performed Monday – Friday and some weekends.  To schedule an appointment, or for more information, call 423 790-7750.  CHI Memorial Convenient Care - Cleveland is in the Mouse Creek Publix Center at 645 Paul Huff Parkway, Suite 105, Cleveland, Tn. 37312.




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