NRCME TRAINED AND CERTIFIED
Beginning May 21, 2014, in order to provide a commercial motor vehicle driver examination, the federal government is requiring use of certified medical examiners (CMEs) who are part of a national registry for the Department of Transportation (DOT) driver medical exam. For more information go tohttp://www.teamcme.com/motor-carriers.
Who Are TeamCME Providers?
TeamCME Physician training emphasizes the true role of the DOT Medical Examiner to use the current FMCSA medical standards in determining driving status. Nearly all drivers can be certified to drive, if they have a DOT Medical Examiner who knows how to guide the driver through the requirements for that driver's medical condition.
TeamCME CDL Physical Exam Comes with the following free benefits
- Competitive Pricing
TeamCME providers for the DOT Medical Exam usually charge 10-15% less than other local providers.
- Same Day Appointments
Same day appointments are routine in most TeamCME clinics. In nearly all cases, your DOT medical exam will be complete in 30-45 minutes. Some offices offer walk-ins for quick, convenient, DOT Medical exam appointments.
- DOT Medical Exam Review
Have questions about your DOT Medical Exam? Included with your TeamCME DOT medical exam is free consultation with a Subject Matter Expert Medical Examiner. We have answers for your concerns about health conditions and how they can affect your driving status.
- Alcohol & Drug Testing, Random Testing Consortium
Many TeamCME clinics also offer DOT Alcohol Testing and Urine Specimen Collection for drug testing. TeamCME also offers a random testing consortium for owner operators and motor carriers if that service is not available from the TeamCME provider.