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NYSDOT Medical Card Physical Exam Center

Keep your medical certificate (MCSA-5876) current with a New York DOT medical card physical exam at one of our local Brooklyn and Queens locations.

New York DOT Medical Card Physical
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Jake Mermelstein
Jake Mermelstein
Quick and efficient awesome staff Dr Ashley and Megan and Elizabeth made me feel welcomed
Andrew Workham
Andrew Workham
Great customer service, i really recommended it, any medical issue go see them you wont regret: Nurse Elizabeth and Dr Ashley
Gabriel Harry
Gabriel Harry
Staff's are professional ,caring,supportive and also knows how to let us as patient feel at home so thank you to doctor dollison and mis carleen
Cheryl Reid
Cheryl Reid
Fast, easy, informative!
Tene Lewis
Tene Lewis
Great service from Elizabeth at the front desk and Ashley the physician.
Cynthia Williams
Cynthia Williams
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Edwin St.Ellien
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New York CDL Medical Card Exam

Fast New York DOT Medical Card Physical Exams

Are you a commercial truck driver or bus driver? If so, then you know just how important your health is for your success and safety on the road.

Whether you need a medical card for the first time or you want to renew your current card, you can  walk in to any of AG Care’s locations to visit our certified medical staff who will perform New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals in compliance with DOT and FMSCA requirements.

Learn more below about what to expect before scheduling your DOT medical exam.

New York DOT Medical Card Physical – What To Bring and Expect

When you arrive for your DOT exam, we’ll start by collecting your recent health history. For this, you’ll need to bring the following:

  • Signed and dated Medical Examination Report form (don’t forget to fill out the Driver Information and Health History sections)
  • A list of any current medications you take, plus the name and contact number of the doctor who prescribed them
  • Medical records for any serious conditions, such as diabetes or cardiac diseases
  • A letter from your treating doctor if you take medication for pain, psychiatric conditions, attention deficit disorders or smoking cessation

We will perform the physical examination, which will involve urine, vision, hearing and blood pressure tests. You must meet the DOT guidelines for each test in order to be deemed medically fit.

DOT Medical Card Exam in Brooklyn

AG New York DOT Medical Card Exams Get You Back on the Road

  • AG doctors are DOT Certified and validated on FMCSA National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
  • Our examiner makes sure your documentation is correct and that you have a valid medical card.
  • AG examiners will guide you reasonably and fairly through all the requirements to qualify you for a DOT medical card.
  • Our DOT physical cost is all inclusive.
  • Walk-in or check in online.

Find A New York DOT Medical Card Exam Center Near You

If you’re in need of a NY DOT medical card physical exam in the Brooklyn and Queens area, AG Care has multiple locations where you can obtain a walk-in DOT medical exam. A good DOT medical exam center should have many qualities that make it exceptional including location, number of services available (so you don’t have to jump around to other locations), wait time, and number of doctors available.

Fortunately, AG Care has excellent, updated DOT medical card exam facilities conveniently located within the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens. AG Care facilities provide excellent services at affordable prices while offering higher quality care than your typical walk-in medical center.

AG Care offers services for those with most insurance coverages as well as affordable pricing if you are paying out-of-pocket.

NY DOT Medical Exam

Keep Your NY DOT Medical Certificate (MCSA-5876) Current

If your DOT Medical Examiner’s Certificate indicates “must be accompanied by a Diabetic, Hearing, Seizure or Vision waiver exemption or an SPE Certificate,” you must have a Medical Variance issued by FMCSA.

Your renewed Medical Examiner’s Certificate, and Variance if applicable, must be received and processed by DMV prior to the expiration of the Medical Examiner’s Certificate on file to avoid loss of your commercial driving privilege. You should allow at least two weeks for processing your updated certificate.

 NYSDOT Medical Card Exam Sections

Vision Test

Commercial drivers need good vision in order to read traffic signs, monitor road conditions and more. The NYS Department of Transportation requires you to have at least 20/40 acuity in each eye with or without correction. You’ll be asked to sit or stand still and identify letters and numbers on an eye chart. The nurse practitioner will also test the peripheral vision, or side vision, in each eye. Finally, there will be a color test to make sure you can distinguish between the red, green and amber colors of traffic signals.

Driver’s Note: Be sure to bring your eyeglasses or contact lenses if you have them.

    Hearing Test

    According to the DOT, you must be able to perceive a forced whisper voice at 5 feet or more, with or without a hearing aid. If not, you need to pass a formal hearing test with an audiometer. This is to make sure you’ll be able to hear the sounds of traffic and any information coming in over the radio. Please bring any hearing aid devices with you to the appointment.

    Blood Pressure Test

    In order to qualify for the 24-month certification, your blood pressure must be less than or equal to 140/90. Individuals whose blood pressure is more than 140/90 but less than 180/110 may qualify for a shorter term certificate.

    To help ensure your blood pressure test goes smoothly and delivers accurate results, follow a few simple tips:

    • Don’t drink coffee or smoke cigarettes 30 minutes before the test
    • Five minutes before the test, sit with your back supported and your feet flat on the ground. Rest your arm on a table at the level of your heart
    • Wear short sleeves
    • An empty bladder is best so use the bathroom beforehand

    We can take two separate readings (two minutes apart) and average the results together. We’ll also be happy to tell you the blood pressure reading in numbers so you can understand it better, as well as answer any questions you might have.

      Conditions That Can Disqualify You From Passing Your DOT Physical

      Going into the DOT physical exam, it’s important to be aware of some of the common conditions that can disqualify drivers.

      These may include, but are not limited to:

      • Epilepsy
      • Diabetes
      • Alcoholism
      • Use of habit-forming drugs (such as narcotics and amphetamines)
      • Loss or impairment of a limb.

      You may also be disqualified if you do not pass the vision, hearing or blood pressure tests. Some of these conditions may be eligible for exemption, so be sure to talk to your health experts at AG Care for more information.

      View DOT CDL Medical Exam Requirements

      NYC CDL Medical Card Exam Brooklyn Queens

      NYSDOT Medical Exam Locations in Brooklyn and Queens

      AG Care has NYSDOT medical card exam centers near your home in Brooklyn and Queens so that you can receive rapid physical exams from our experienced doctors and staff.