Redpoint Medical providers are all certified by the Department of Transportation as NRCME DOT or CDL examiners. The evaluation will include a review of the driver’s health history, check of vital signs, and the required physical examination. As mandated, the physical exam includes assessment of:
Please note that a number of factors determine the length of qualification; the maximum period of certification is 2 years, but certain conditions commonly limit this to 1 year or even less. Some conditions can result in disqualification. All decisions are made following federal regulations and/or guidance. Payment is required prior to the assessment and is non-refundable regardless of qualification or disqualification; there is no guarantee of “passing.” Upon completion, the provider will report the results to the NRCME. Certified drivers will receive a copy of the examiner’s certificate and/or “DOT medical card.”
To make your visit quick and easy, please bring an accurate list of your medications, your eyeglasses if you have them, and any other information required for your situation ( for example 30-day CPAP usage printout or endocrinologist’s note for diabetics).