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Department of Transportation Exams

Federal guidelines mandate that anyone applying for a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) must pass the Department of Transportation (DOT) exam every two years (For certain drivers, such as those with severe cases of hypertension or other acute medical conditions, more frequent medical re-examination by a medical examiner may be required to determine whether the driver can still be certified.). The goal of this test is to determine whether an applicant is fit enough to drive safely at the present time as well as in the foreseeable future.

The state of Massachusetts has changed the requirement for a Department of Transportation (DOT) exam, effective May 21, 2014. They are now requiring providers to become certified before they are able to conduct this exam for patients.

South Shore Medical Center wants to continue to provide this service to our patients so we are in the process of certifying a limited number of our providers.

DOT Certified Providers

Dr. Khalil Alleyne

Lori Devereaux, NP

Amy Federico, NP

Amy Ho, NP

Cecil Hodges, NP

E. John Lentini, DO

Andrea Miller, NP

Laura Phillips, NP

Guerline Menard, PA

Joanne Hill, APRN, BC

You will be able to see your provider for your physical and routine care but will be required to schedule your DOT exam with one of our certified providers. We are charging $125.00 for the DOT exam and ask that you pay the day of your visit. Thank you for choosing South Shore Medical Center to receive your care.