Walk-In Clinic for DOT Physical

As part of DOT regulations, each CMV driver must pass a DOT physical exam in order to obtain a commercial drivers license. In most cases, a driver will need to pass a DOT physical every 2 years. For CMV drivers, making appointments and sticking to schedules is not always easy. Wouldn’t it be nice to find a walk-in clinic for your DOT physical?

What to expect from your DOT physical:

  • Vision and hearing tests
  • Drug and alcohol tests
  • Blood pressure measurement
  • Blood sugar evaluation
  • Discussion of health history

Worried About Time and Money? Choose FastMed Walk In Clinic for Your DOT Physical.

Walk-in Clinic for DOT PhysicalWhat to expect from FastMed Urgent Care regarding your DOT physical:

  • Numerous FMCSA certified medical examiners to perform DOT physical examinations for CMV drivers
  • Our medical examiners are required to complete routine training every 5 years to maintain certification
  • FastMed follows all DOT regulations and standards
  • FastMed offers DOT physical exams starting at $85
  • An online check in option and ability to monitor wait times with FastMed’s zip pass

What else can you expect from FastMed?

  • State of the art equipment and resources
  • Flexible hours including weekends and holidays
  • No appointment required
  • Numerous healthcare services including:
    • Xrays
    • Routine check-ups
    • Flu shots
    • Vaccines
    • Treatment of minor injuries
  • Acceptance of most major insurance companies
  • Numerous convenient locations in North Carolina and Arizona
  • An unwavering commitment to saving you time and money

FastMed knows that your health is no place to cut corners. That is why we offer the best treatment from the best healthcare professionals without sacrificing convenience or affordability. And with our flexible hours and team of FMCSA certified professionals, we hope you will choose us as your trusted walk in clinic for DOT physicals.

The content presented on this page is not intended to diagnose health problems or take the place of professional medical care.