top of page
What Is a DOT Physical Test Components &


Office Visit

A normal office visit is anywhere between 20-45 min.  A regular office visit is for a specific complaint or concern. A follow up visit is to follow up with last visit or a normal 3 month follow up with a specific illness/disease.

Annual Exam

This visit can take anywhere from 30-45 min. During this visit all screenings will be done (urine sample, bloodwork- CBC, CMP, Lipid, PSA, HgA1C, TSH, Vitamin D, etc), Gynecological exam, Prostate exam, EKG, and etc. Mammogram and Colonoscopy orders will be given at this visit as well. We ask that you come fasting so that we can get accurate results. STD tests are upon request.

Acute Care Management

Allergies, Sinusitis, Cough, Common colds, Sore Throat, Headaches, etc

Chronic Care Management

Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia, Obesity, Asthma, Athritis, Seizures, etc


DOT Physicals

A Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination mandated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for commercial motor vehicle drivers. A DOT Physical helps determine if a driver is physically, mentally, and emotionally fit to operate a commercial motor vehicle.

Nurse Visit

Blood draw, Ear lavage, medication refill, B12 injections, etc.


Helvetica Light is an easy-to-read font, with tall and narrow letters, that works well on almost every site.



Telemedicine visits are done via phone consultations, SKYPE, and Zoom. The Physician or Nurse Practitioner will thoroughly assess and treat you via telephone or software program. A follow-up in office visit is required within 1 month.

Weight Loss Program 

African female doctor holding phone talk to patient make telemedicine online video call. A

Clinically proven weight loss program that includes an initial evaluation, monthly visits, and weight loss medications.

COVID Testing (PCR, Antibody)

PCR- Results available in 2-3 days (detects the virus within days of infection, the most accurate)

Antibody- Results available within 2-3 days (detects a previous infection, tells if a person has antibodies to the virus)

bottom of page