Immigration Physicals And DOT Physicals Specialist

Ross Bridge Medical Center -  - Internal Medicine - Primary Care and Urgent Care Center

Ross Bridge Medical Center

Internal Medicine - Primary Care and Urgent Care Center located in Hoover, AL

If you need an immigration physical for green card application (I693 form) or DOT (Department of Transportation) physical for CDL, Ross Bridge Medical Center can help. At our office in Hoover, Alabama, the team completes comprehensive physicals and screenings so that you can meet job requirements or gain citizenship. We can provide necessary testing and immunizations as well. Call Ross Bridge Medical Center to schedule your next immigration or DOT physical.

Immigration physicals and DOT Physicals Q&A

What are immigration and DOT physicals?

Immigration physicals are necessary in order to obtain a green card. DOT physicals are exams required by the Department of Transportation as a condition of employment. 

After your provider at Ross Bridge Medical Center deems you healthy from either an immigration or DOT physical, they will fill out the required paperwork.

What should I expect during an immigration or DOT physical?

When you arrive for a physical at Ross Bridge Medical Center, a member of the team checks your height, weight, and vital signs.

Your provider then reviews your medical history, immunization and completes a comprehensive exam to make sure you’re healthy enough to fulfill immigration or DOT job requirements. Your physical may also include:

  • Drug screening
  • Communicable disease screening
  • Blood pressure or blood sugar screening
  • Other chronic disease screening 

You can expect to complete a blood and urine test during your appointment. Ross Bridge Medical Center also offers vaccinations and inhouse Xrays if you’re need.

Will I require treatment?

If you require treatment for a health condition such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or high blood cholesterol, your provider at Ross Bridge Medical Center reviews your options so you can clear DOT or immigration health requirements. They are also able to help you manage chronic diseases or illnesses to get you on the road to recovery quickly.

What should I bring to my physical?

When you arrive at your immigration or DOT physical, make sure that you have the following with you:

  • Any forms required for DOT or immigration applications
  • Government-issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license, passport, or birth certificate
  • Immunization records
  • Insurance card

DOT physicals are typically valid for up to 24 months.

If you're in need of an immigration or DOT physical, contact Ross Bridge Medical Center. Book your next physical by calling the office today.