+ DOT Examinations

The physicians at the Boulder Medical Center provide DOT examinations. The following problems are considered to disqualify persons from obtaining a commercial driver’s license:

  • Loss or impairment of an extremity unless a waiver is granted
  • Diabetes requiring insulin
  • Coronary artery disease or other heart disease known to be associated with fainting, shortness of breath, collapse or congestive heart failure
  • Severe respiratory disease likely to interfere with ability to drive
  • Significant hypertension: generally further evaluation is required if BP is consistently greater than 160/90
  • Medical illness which in the judgment of the examiner could interfere with the ability to drive
  • Neurologic or seizure disorder likely to cause a loss of consciousness or impairment of ability to drive
  • Psychiatric disorder likely to cause impairment of the ability to drive
  • Visual acuity of less than 20/40 with or without correction, restricted visual fields or color vision unable to detect red, green & amber
  • Inadequate hearing
  • Alcoholism or the use of habit-forming drugs

The medical certificate is valid for 2 years & must be carried while driving.

Boulder Heart Institute

ECG (EKG)

Laser Vision Correction

Audiology

EKG and Stress Test

Laboratory

Optical Shop information

Pharmacy

Physical Therapy

Radiology, Mammography, Ultrasound, CT

Research

Advanced Hemorrhoid Care Center

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