Get Your DOT Physical on Your Schedule at Our Walk-In Clinic in Saline, MI
Federal law requires that drivers of commercial motor vehicles periodically pass a physical exam known as the Department of Transportation (DOT) physical in order to maintain a valid commercial driver’s license. This requirement is intended to ensure the safety of the driver and the many other motorists and passengers on the road, but it’s not always easy for commercial drivers to squeeze an exam into their busy schedules.
Fortunately for those in the Saline, Michigan, area, Springfield Urgent Care is here to help. Our Saline walk-in clinic is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week, and we have certified medical practitioners available to administer DOT physicals to walk-in patients, even on weekends. Our wait times are short, but you may use our convenient online service to reserve a time for your visit if you wish.
How to Prepare for Your DOT Physical at Springfield Urgent Care
The DOT physical exam aims to assess whether a driver is physically fit to operate a commercial motor vehicle. Generally, your consulting medical practitioner will evaluate your:
- Overall health history
- Blood pressure
If you have a medical condition that’s being managed by a doctor, it’s a good idea to bring your medical records with you, as well as a list of any prescription medications you take. If you wear glasses, contact lenses, or hearing aids, you should bring those with you for your DOT physical exam.
DOT physicals are among the many non-emergency health care services available at Springfield Urgent Care’s Saline location. We also treat a wide variety of non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries, as well as provide routine occupational health care such as employment physicals, drug screenings, COVID-19 testing, and flu shots.
Our rates are affordable, and we accept many health insurance plans. Contact Springfield Urgent Care today if you need more information.