February 1, 2015
BPIMC is certified by the National Registry of Certified Examiners to perform DOT examinations
BPIMC is certified by the National Registry of Certified Examiners to perform DOT examinations.
Brunswick Princeton Industrial Medical Center
4105 U.S. Route One, Suite One, South Brunswick ( Monmouth Junct ) N.J., 08852
Telephone: (732) 329-8585, fax: (732) 329-5668, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why is this important for your company that
BPIMC is certified by the National Registry of Certified Examiners to perform DOT examinations?
Compliance Date May 21, 2014–All CMV drivers seeking a medical certificate must use a ME on the National Registry
All MEs (Medical Examiners) who intend to perform physical examinations and issue medical certificates for interstate CMV drivers must complete the mandatory training and testing requirements in the National Registry rule by May 21, 2014 The requirements are set forth in Section 390.101through 390.115 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs).
Can I still go my current doctor to perform the DOT examinations which we need to drive?
No. this is why it is important that we are certified by the national Registry of certified examiners to perform DOT examinations for you.
Who is impacted by this program?
The program impacts medical examiners who need to obtain certification in order to continue using medical certificates for truck and bus drivers, CMV drivers who need to obtain medical certificates from examiners on the National Registry, motor carriers who must ensure their interstate drivers have been medically certified by an examiner on the registry, and training and testing organizations that will deliver these aspects of the program. This is why it is important to you that BPIMC is certified by the National Registry of Certified Examiners to perform DOT examinations
What is the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners?
The National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (National Registry) is a Federal program
that establishes requirements for healthcare professionals that perform physical qualification
examinations for truck and bus drivers. To become a certified medical examiner (ME) and be
listed on the National Registry, healthcare professionals must complete training and testing on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) physical qualifications standards
and guidelines. The National Registry web site is accessible to carriers, drivers, enforcement officials, and the general public.
How will an employer or enforcement personnel verify that a ME is on the National Registry?
They may visit the National Registry web site at http://nrcme.fmcsa.dot.gov and search the registry for the ME who provided the driver’s medical certificate. They can search by ME name or National Registry number.
To find a doctor who is certified, you can go to this web site:: https://nationalregistry.fmcsa.dot.gov/NRPublicUI/home.seam