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Physical Examination
Occupational Medical Services offers a full menu of Physical Examination services, including:
  Transportation Regulated
  Transportation Regulated Physical Examinations CDL Physicals – See section 49 CFR Part 391.41 or the general medical section of FMCSA.
  FAA Physicals
  Non-CDL MD Intrastate Physicals – Does this apply to your organization? See the source at the Maryland MVA.
  “Effective October 1, 2003, if you are a Maryland non-commercial driver operating a commercial motor vehicle in intrastate commerce (within the state of Maryland) and the vehicle weighs between 10,001 and 26,000 pounds, you are now required to hold a valid Federal Motor Carrier (DOT) physical card in your possession. If you are licensed prior to October 1, 2003, have a preexisting medical condition, and the onset was prior to 10/01/03, you will be exempt from this requirement for a 20-year period, provided your preexisting condition does not worsen. You are still required to maintain a DOT physical.
  Examinations
This new Maryland law requires any non-commercial driver operating a commercial motor vehicle that meets the conditions listed above, to obtain and to maintain a valid Federal Motor Carrier (DOT) physical card in order to remain qualified to operate a vehicle intrastate in Maryland.
  If you do not hold a valid Federal Motor Carrier (DOT) physical card in your possession by October 1, 2003, you will no longer be qualified to operate the vehicle in the state of Maryland. “
   
  Coast Guard & Diver Physical Examination
  Includes Physical and a Variety of Ancillary Services.
   
  Executive Physical Examination
  Includes Expanded Menu and a Variety of Ancillary Services.
   
  Post-Offer Physical Examination
  Job Description Specific (As Requested) (Basic Physical, Visual Acuity, Urinalysis, Audiogram, Spirometry, Urine Drug Screen, etc.)
   
  Respiratory Clearance Physical Examination
  OSHA-Determined Components Per Job/Employer (Upper Body Physical, Spirometry, Other Ancillary) Employees may be able to be certified to wear a respirator with a questionnaire only; see OSHA Interpretation Question 4 and contact Kim Bates for details.
   
  Return-to-Work Physical Examination
  Basic Post Medical Treatment Evaluation for Returning to Work
   
  Workability (Fit-for-Duty) Examinations
  Extensive Post-Medical Evaluation and/or Treatment for Returning to Work
   
  Hazardous Materials Physical Examination
  OSHA-Determined Components Per Job/Employer
   
  Medical Surveillance Examinations
  OSHA-Determined Components Per Job/Employer
   
  Sports & School Required Physical Examinations
   
  DOT PE: Medical Examination Report – For Commercial Driver Fitness Determination
 
   
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