We take the anxiety OUT for you!

At AFC Urgent Care Beverly, our driver-friendly physicians are not only certified to perform your DOT commercial driver’s medical exam but more importantly, we understand how important it is for you. Whether you’re renewing your DOT card or getting a DOT physical for the first time, our physicians can help you out. If you’re in a rush we’ll get you in-and-out in no time, but if you have concerns or questions regarding your exam, we will always be there to answer them to your satisfaction. We are proud to be one of the most well rated urgent care facilities (see our Google Reviews) in the North Shore area and customers have always praised our staff for their courteous and friendly service.

Did You Know?

You don’t need to wait for an opening with your primary care physician to receive a DOT physical. In fact, many healthy senior drivers have a lot of anxiety about these medicals because of words “test” and “exam” associated with them. Our friendly staff knows this and will try our level best to alleviate your fears. Call us today to find out what information you’ll need from your primary care doctor to get a no-waiting walk-in physical from us.

DOT Physical and Medical Exams. No appointment needed
Why come to AFC Urgent Care Beverly?

  • One of the most well reviewed medical facilities in the area
  • No appointment necessary
  • Open on Weekends
  • Driver friendly staff and physicians
  • Upfront fixed and flat price for DOT physicals ($120, discounts available for corporate and repeat customers – please inquire)
  • Conveniently located near the highway serving Beverly, Danvers, Peabody, Salem and more
What to Expect During the DOT Physical

When you arrive for your DOT physical, be sure to bring a list of your current medications (if any). If possible, it is also recommended you bring a copy of your most up-to-date medical records, including information on any hearing or vision disorders. These conditions do not automatically rule you out for a successful DOT physical, but keeping them hidden from a physician could result in serious consequences later on.

DOT physicals follow a plan laid out by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), and will test for the following:

  • Vision disorders
  • Hearing disorders
  • High or low blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Vascular disorders
  • Physical disability
  • Neurological disorders
  • Lung disease

A successful DOT examination remains valid for 24 months. Exams must be completed by an FMCSA-certified physician.