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Medical Examiner Eligibility and Issuance of Certification

The following links offer quick access to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations that are relevant to Medical Examiner eligibility and issuance of certification:

  1. Eligibility requirements for Medical Examiner certification - Provides requirements for becoming a certified Medical Examiner on the National Registry.
  2. Medical Examiner certification testing - Provides the criteria that testing organizations must meet.
  3. Issuance of the FMCSA Medical Examiner certification credential - Describes when a Medical Examiner will receive certification, and the length of certification.
  4. Reasons for removal from the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners - Provides reasons a Medical Examiner may be removed from the National Registry.
  5. Procedure for removal from the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners - Describes the methods of removal from the National Registry, and the accompanying process for each method.

For more information regarding these regulations, please contact the DOT directly at (recommended) or by telephone at 617-494-3003.

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10-Year Recertification Notice

Providers that have been certified and listed on the National Registry are required to be recertified no sooner than 9 years and no later than 10 years after the date of issuance of your Medical Examiner certification credential. Recertification requires that you again complete a qualified training program, such as ours, and again take and pass the NRCME certification examination. Once you again pass the NRCME certification examination the FMCSA will issue a new Medical Examiner certification credential - including a new National Registry number - which will again be valid for 10 years.

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