If you require a DOT or an immigration physical for your job or a green card, board-certified internal medicine physician Dr. Rudy Juburi can help. At Rudy Juburi, MD, in Bryans Road, Maryland, and Alexandria, Virginia, he completes comprehensive physicals and screenings with or without an appointment so you can meet job requirements or gain citizenship. Call Rudy Juburi, MD, to schedule your next DOT or immigration physical, book online, or simply walk in today.
DOT Physical / Immigration Physical Q & A
What are DOT and immigration physicals?
DOT physicals are medical exams required by the department of transportation as a condition of employment. Immigration physicals are necessary to obtain a green card or citizenship. Dr. Juburi completes your physical and fills out the required paperwork after he deems you healthy.
What should I expect during my physical?
When you arrive for a physical at Bryans Road Medical Center, a friendly staff member welcomes you into a warm and safe environment. A nurse checks your height, weight, and vital signs.
Dr. Juburi reviews your medical history and completes a head-to-toe physical exam to ensure you’re healthy enough to fulfill immigration or DOT job requirements. Your physical might also include:
- Breath alcohol testing
- Drug screening
- Communicable disease screening
- Blood pressure or blood sugar screening
- Other chronic disease screening tests
Expect to complete a blood and urine test during your appointment. Dr. Juburi also offers vaccinations if you’re due for them.
He and his team offer quick turnaround times for lab results and complete most screenings and physicals in under an hour. You can make an appointment ahead of time if you’d like to, but Bryans Road Medical Center also accepts walk-ins. DOT physicals are usually valid for up to 24 months.
Will I require treatment?
If you require treatment for a health condition, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or high blood cholesterol, Dr. Juburi reviews your options so you can clear DOT or immigration health requirements. He helps you manage chronic diseases or illnesses to get you on the road to recovery quickly.
What should I bring to my physical?
When you arrive at your DOT or immigration physical, be sure to bring the following items with you:
- Forms required for DOT or immigration applications
- Government-issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license, passport, or birth certificate.
- Immunization records
- Insurance card
Don’t delay a DOT or immigration physical because of long wait times, as Rudy Juburi, MD will get you in and out quickly. The practice specializes in certified DOT physicals, so you’re in good hands with Dr. Juburi and his team. Book your next physical by phone or online or simply walk in today.