Random Pool Selection / Consortium Services
Certified DOT Physical Exam
DOT and Non-DOT Drug Testing
DOT and Non-DOT Alcohol Testing
5 Minute Quick Confidential and Anonymous Drug Test
Do you need to enroll in a DOT drug testing consortium that will get you in and keep you in compliance with the Federal drug and alcohol testing regulations?
Our Drug and Alcohol Testing Consortium program helps you manage the complex requirements of complying with federal or state random drug and alcohol testing regulations. We manage the Consortium program for you.
The Drug and Alcohol Testing Consortium program is designed for independent CDL operators with their own Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) authority, granted by the Department of Transportation (DOT), or a company with many more CDL drivers or covered employees.
All urine specimen collections, drug testing and result reporting are conducted in full compliance with Federal Testing Regulations 49 CFR Parts 40 & 382
All commercial drivers whose current medical certificate expires on or after May 21, 2014, at expiration of that certificate must be examined by a medical professional listed on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners. Only medical examiners that have completed training and successfully passed a test on FMCSA’s physical qualification standards will be listed on the National Registry. Please see their CMV fact sheet or CMV Drivers brochure.
All commercial drivers of vehicles with a maximum gross vehicle weight rating of over 10,000 pounds (4,536 kilograms) are required to obtain and maintain a valid Medical Examiner’s Certificate (ME Certificate) Commercial drivers who drive vehicles requiring a CDL have two additional requirements. All CDL holders must declare to their State Driver Licensing Agency (SDLA) that they only operate or expect to operate commercially in 1 of 4 possible categories with their CDL. This process is called SELF-CERTIFICATION.
We perform New and Re-Certification Examinations
What to bring to your visit
Valid License is REQUIRED
Any glasses/contacts for Vision test
Any hearing aids for Hearing test
Any medications you are currently taking
Your payment of $75.00*. Accepted methods: Cash or Credit Card
What to expect during your visit
Complete brief required paperwork
Complete DOT physical, which will include:
Height, weight, urine specimen (not a drug test), blood pressure, as well as other routine tests, review of your medical history. You will be asked to remove your shoes and outer clothing and wear a patient gown. Please keep your underwear on (women keep bra on as well). The purpose of the gown is to allow the doctor to perform a more thorough inspection by examining your skin for early signs or circulatory problems, to listen to your heart and lungs as well as other required documentation.
Once the exam is complete, you may get dressed.
Scheduling an appointment
Appointments* are available the same day or a day in the future. Walk-ins are welcome, but to ensure we’ll be available at the time you want, call us to set up an appointment.
Emergency appointments will be seen the same day and may be seen before or after normal business hours.
You may call any of our phone numbers or the DOT express number – This number is monitored 7 days a week.
Repetitive strain injury builds up over time in long distance drivers. Many drivers come in to see us with back pain. One of the injuries commonly seen is referred to is truckers shoulder, others come in with hip and leg pain.
Chiropractic adjustment is key treatment to help patients get out of pain and improve their ability to perform their work.
If you have pain, ask Dr. Maddalo about it. If she can help you she’ll tell you! If it’s not a condition she can help, she’ll tell you that too!
Inquire about having exams performed at your place of business.
Prices Subject to Change Without Notice