If you have, or have ever had any of the following health conditions, you will need to bring proper documentation and medical forms associated with your condition to verify your current health and ability to work. These conditions include:
- Illnesses and/or injuries in the last 5 years
- Brain/head disorders, illnesses, or injuries (including seizures, stroke, or paralysis)
- Visual or hearing impairment or disorder
- Cardiovascular disorders (heart attack, heart disease, surgery)
- High blood pressure
- Muscular disease
- Lung disease, asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis
- Kidney or liver disease, dialysis
- Digestive problems
- Diabetes or blood-sugar issues
- Depression, nervous or psychiatric disorders
- Dizziness, fainting, or changes in consciousness
- Sleep disorders, loud snoring
- Loss of limb, impairment
- Spinal issues
- Chronic pain in the lower back
- Drug or frequent alcohol use
If you have or have had any of these conditions, you must bring the specific diagnosis and a record of the date of the occurrence. You must also bring your physician’s contact information, documents noting any related limitations and a record of any current and past medications that you have been prescribed. It is extremely important that you bring all relevant documentation, especially documentation that represents that past five years.
If you are on any medication, including prescriptions or supplements, you must also bring with you the dosage, the length of time you have been taking the prescription, the date it was last renewed by your doctor, and the last date you were examined to determine your need to use it.
Let Us Help
The professionals at Mega Health Services are experienced individuals who are here to help make your DOT exam as painless as possible. We will work with you so that you can get back to work quickly. We are happy to answer any questions and-or concerns you may have regarding your health and work eligibility.
Based on your specific results, our qualified medical examiners can issue a driver certification for either two years, or a limited-time certification. If you fail the exam, the examiner will either provide a temporary disqualification (based on a medical condition or a lack of documentation) or permanent disqualification. For additional questions and information, give us a call at (703) 738-9994.