“Also, the FMCSA has no jurisdiction on the TC, but can audit, sanction, and remove MEs who certify drivers improperly on a repeated basis. The purpose of the NRCME was to create a group of examiners trained and knowledgeable with the demands of commercial driving, FMCSA regulations and how CMV drivers physical examination and medical conditions affect safe driving and public safety. The FMCSA needs to give MEs the tools they need to properly evaluate the CMV driver on insulin so that the ME will not have to rely on the “hearsay” of the TC. “
Randolph Rosarion M.D.
Board Certified physician in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R)
Certified National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME)
Certified Medical Review Officer (MRO)
USCIS designated Civil Surgeon
Certified Examiner of Divers (Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine Society)
FAA designated Aviation Medical Examiner (AME)
What does the FMCSA NPR to amend insulin treated diabetes mean to you – medical examiners and truck drivers?
“The burden will only now be shifted to the medical examiner, and probably will not necessarily be alleviated for the driver either, that is, if the treating clinician properly evaluates and medical examiner certifies accordingly , then we need to ask, once certified how do we enforce this entire new process in lieu of the current Diabetes Exemption Program?”
New DOT physical exam forms for 2015 and How to fill out current MER and MEC .
This was originally posted on our other blog Fedmedexam.com on 6/17/2015. New DOT Physical Forms 2015 – FMCSA answers questions from medical examiners regarding submitting CMV driver exams. On 6/17/2015 a bulletin […]
New DOT Physical Forms 2015 – FMCSA answers questions from medical examiners regarding submitting CMV driver exams
On 6/17/2015 a bulletin was sent from the FMCSA to medical examiners answering questions about CMV driver exam submission. Questions regarding the intrastate only box and 49 CFR 391.64 are also […]
Fed Med Card-Two important dates for medical examiners to keep in mind.
With the Medical Examiner’s Certification Integration Final Rule Published on 04/23/2015, there are two important dates that medical examiners will need to remember to stay in compliance: 1. 12/22/ 2015 compliance date […]
Medical Examiner Certificate Integration Final Rule -Important dates to remember.
+ Fed Med Card Recordkeeping Relief on Its Way – Article – TruckingInfo.com. Article from HDT Trucking Info via J.J. Keller regarding the Medical Examiner’s Certificate Integration Final Rule. ACOEM’s CDME also […]
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