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DOT Certification Eligibility

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DOT Certification Eligibility

Healthcare professionals who want to become certified Medical Examiners listed on the DOT/FMCSA National Registry must be licensed, certified, or registered in accordance with their applicable State laws and regulations to perform CDL physical examinations on commercial motor vehicle drivers. Each state has their own regulations as to who can become certified, and some states stand out with regulations that differ from the rest of the country. Chiropractors, for instance, cannot be certified in Michigan, New York, Puerto Rico or Washington State, but they can be certified everywhere else in the country. Acupuncturists can only be certified in Florida. Clinical Nurse Specialists...

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The Best DOT Training Company

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The Best DOT Training Company

What does it take to be the best DOT training company? To be the best at anything one must strive for perfection and we do so in our NRCME program.

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5 Year Refresher Training

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5 Year Refresher Training

Certified medical examiners are required by the FMCSA to complete refresher training 5 years after initial certification.

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The Medical Examiner’s Handbook

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The Medical Examiner’s Handbook

The Medical Examiner’s Handbook was, in its time, the best reference resource for then uncertified medical examiners...

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No Driver Shortage

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No Driver Shortage

The FMCSA has released a notice that contradicts industry rumors of a driver shortage.

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