As a primary care physician, Dr. Davis offers a Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) truck driver exam special for $80 with no long waits. Your vision, hearing, and blood pressure will be examined and tested. Call to schedule your exam.
If you want to fill out the forms before coming in:
What else should I bring with me to the exam?
You should bring the following:
- A list of medications if you are taking any as well as the name and phone number of the provider that last prescribed each.
- If you are taking any blood thinners, you must bring a recent PT/INR result as well as a letter from your attending physician describing your medical history and stating that you are safe to drive a DOT registered vehicle.
- If you have had a heart attack, had a stent or valve replacement, then you will need to bring a letter from your heart specialist describing your medical history and stating that you are safe to drive a DOT registered vehicle.
- If you wear eye glasses or hearing aids, you must bring them with you to the exam.
- If you have suffered from a stroke, brain tumors or cerebral bleeding, you will need to bring a letter from the specialists that treated the condition describing your history and clearing you to drive a DOT registered vehicle.
- If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea you must bring a letter from your sleep specialist or whomever rendered the diagnosis or a reading from your CPAP machine demonstrating proper use – at least 4 hours/night, 70% of the total shifts.
- If you have diabetes, you may need to bring the results of a recent blood test called a hemoglobin A1C to demonstrate compliance with management requirements for that condition.