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DOT Physicals at Truck Stop

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Truck Stop Health Care, a physician team that aims to bring health services to truckers where they work, is planning to make DOT physicals for CDL drivers available at truckstops across the U.S.

CDL drivers are required to have a DOT physical every two years, and allowing them to be examined at truckstops is more convenient and will save drivers time, says Truck Stop Health Care.

FMCSA-certified medical examiners will be sub-contracted to perform DOT physicals at truckstops and transmit medical certificate data to DMV offices where permitted. Drivers or their employers can schedule a physical on the driver’s route and a medical certificate will be printed on site.

Truck Stop Health Care was founded by a husband and wife team of  physicians, Dr. Gunwant S. Dhaliwal, board certified internist and FMCSA certified medical examiner and Dr. Tejinder Dhaliwal, a board certified anesthesiologist.

They plan to service 500 locations in six months and 1,500 locations in 18 to 24 months.


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