Our team is FMCSA-certified, listed on the FMCSA’s National Registry, and ready to provide walk-in services for CDL medical cards and DOT physicals.

What Is Checked During A DOT Physical Exam?

  • Vision
  • Hearing
  • Blood Pressure
  • Pulse/Vitals
  • Urine
  • Weight
  • Height
  • General Appearance
  • Skin
  • Genitourinary System
  • Eyes
  • Ears
  • Mouth/Throat
  • Cardiovascular
  • Vascular System
  • Neurological System
  • Extremities/Joints
  • Abdomen
  • Gait
  • Respiratory System

Self-Pay Walk In DOT Physicals $105

  • Price Match Guarantee
  • Price may vary based on individual health factors.
  • Walk-in physicals are offered until 5 pm Monday through Thursday and until 4 pm on Fridays.
  • Our Price Match Guarantee ensures that we match the prices of eligible services found at competitors within a 10-mile radius of Employment Health Services. To qualify, customers must provide proof of the competitor’s price before the price match is applied. The guarantee is applicable to identical services, including type, duration, etc. However, it does not cover promotional prices, limited-time offers, or pricing errors. We retain the right to modify or cancel the Price Match Guarantee at any time without notice.

What To Bring To A DOT Physical

  • Valid Drivers License
  • Current Fed Med Card (if applicable)
  • Contacts/Glasses (if needed)
  • Hearing Aids (if needed)
  • Medication List (dosages)
  • CPAP Report (1-year history or a minimum of 90 days required)
  • MCSA-5870 DOT Form (if treated with insulin)
  • Recent A1C Lab Report (if diabetic)
  • Additionally, pre-existing conditions may require medical documentation from primary care provider.
Walk In DOT Physical Green Bay

Drug & Alcohol Screening

A Drug and Alcohol screen may be requested by an employer; however, it is not a part of your DOT physical. Employment Health Services provides lab-based drug and alcohol screening with results within 48 to 72 hours. DOT drug and/or alcohol tests require laboratory testing (49 CFR Part 40 Subpart F) for five classes of drugs.

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