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Occupational Health

Department of Transportation (DOT) medical examinations.

In accordance with The Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations (FMCSR) 49 CFR 391, any intrastate or interstate commerce drivers must pass a medical examination on a regularly scheduled basis, every 2 years or less depending on the medical status of the driver.


Marshfield Clinic Occupational Health has the expertise to ensure your drivers are safe and healthy, and that your business conforms to DOT regulations.

Our CDL exams offer:

  • DOT Certified medical examiners
  • Thorough medical examinations that conform to DOT regulations
  • CDL requirements Expertise on the latest Commercial Driver's License (CDL) regulations and guidelines
  • Immediate Pass/fail

Complete CDL examinations

When you choose Marshfield Clinic Occupational Health for your CDL examinations, your employees receive a complete examination that can provide you and your employees with an early alert of possible health-threatening conditions before they become a problem.

The CDL exam includes:

  • Vision screening
  • Urine dipstick test with immediate reading - to check blood sugar levels and/or detect blood in urine
  • Blood pressure check and Physical examination (review of systems)

Wisconsin School Bus Endorsement screening exams

Every day 15,000 school bus drivers in Wisconsin travel over 82 million miles, transporting 550,000 students to and from school.

Our occupational health providers can determine if your drivers meet the physical medical standards for Wisconsin School Bus Endorsement.

Let us help you ensure a healthy workforce who will safely transport our youth.

The screening examinations for Wisconsin School Bus Endorsement help identify conditions that may impair school bus drivers or otherwise create hazards for youth.

When you choose Marshfield Clinic Occupational Health, your drivers will receive a school bus endorsement exam that is as thorough as a Commercial Driver's License exam.

Your school bus endorsement screening includes:

  • Vision screening
  • Urine dipstick test
  • Blood pressure check
  • TB skin test
  • Physical examination (review of systems)
Occupational health specialist follows up with employee finger injury.