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Online DOT Training for Medical Examiners

Critical FMCSA Training, Start Today!

This is Your Best Chance to Pass the DOT Test on the First Try

10 Year Recertification Training
or Initial Certification for Medical Examiners

Fully Accredited, Complete Training Online | Only $189

Fully Accredited FMCSA On-Demand Training for both
Initial Certification and 10 Year Recertification.

DOT / NRCME Online Training Course Contents

What's Included With Your DOT Training?

    Complete DOT/NRCME training online, from any device

    6 Hour Training that is required for the NRCME Certification Test for MDs, DOs, DCs, NPs, APN/APRNs, & PAs seeking 10 Year Recertification or Initial Certification.

    Instant Delivery of Your Certificate & Proof of Participation

    5 Organized Training Modules (Video + PDF)

    Unlimited Practice Tests

    250 Practice Questions

    NRCME Study Guide & Workbook (PDF)

    Additional Required Forms & Downloads

    6 PACE Chiropractic CE credits, 6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ or ANCC

Pass Rate


Same Day Access
* Pass rate based on actual customer feedback of those that completed the training.

Online Accredited NRCME Training

NRCME Training for MDs, DOs, DCs, NPs, APN/APRNs, PAs
Same Day Access to Your Certificate / Proof of Participation
This is an on-demand / online course, available from any device. Choose Your Degree Type & Get Started!

6 PACE Chiropractic CE credits, 6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ or ANCC


Dr. David Thorpe


Over 5000 Medical Examiners


Over 4000 DOT Physical Exams per year
Meet the instructor

David Thorpe

Dr. David Thorpe is President of Pass My Physical and has worked in occupational medicine for over 30 years, was involved with the development of the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME), and has trained greater than 5000 medical examiners to prepare them to sit for the NRCME certification examination. David is considered a DOT Medical subject matter expert. 

How did our medical examiners like the course?

“I find it very informative and actually fun”

Thank you for your help! I have been doing your course almost daily. I find it very informative and actually fun. The questions are challenging and the answers informative. The way you have laid it out keeps it from being boring or even feeling like you are studying. It feels more like playing a challenging game. Again thanks for all your help     
- Ilene C., MD

“I love the interactive format”

I have taken 2 other FMCSA prep courses and signed up for the PASS My Physical Recert Training last week. Just to take this course to be a better FMCSA examiner is worth it! I love the interactive format as it helps to recall and remember the most current information. The other training did not offer this reinforcement. I highly recommend this training as I already feel better prepared for the RECERT test, but more importantly to make better decisions for the drivers that we examine each day.
- Dr. Annette S., DC

“Thank you for the outstanding course”

Thank you for the outstanding course, review and testing. It really helped me learn how to retake tests and read through the questions carefully and solidify the knowledge base. Taking the tests is a learning experience due to the outstanding realistic scenarios and CDL driver presentations.
- Betty L., NP

Meets FMCSA Requirements

This training program meets the core curriculum requirements established by the FMCSA. It is approved for all medical examiners seeking 10 year recertification or initial certification and need a training certificate to register for the NRCME certification test.

NRCME Training Accreditation Information

MD/DO, NP, ARN/ARNP, PA, and ND (non-DC)
You can earn 6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM, ANCC, through PIM.

This is NOT state dependent. In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and Pass My Physical. Postgraduate Institute for Medicine is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team. They can be contacted by calling 1-800-423-3576.

Chiropractors (DC)You can earn 6 Chiropractic PACE approved Credits (state dependent) or through Northeast College Continuing Education Credits (state dependent).

PACE Chiropractic Continuing Education Credits by State: Alaska, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming. https://pacex.fclb.org/pages/BoardRequirements.php

Northeast College Continuing Education Credits by State: Alabama, Arkansas (pending), California, Colorado (pre-approved), Florida (pending), Georgia, Illinois (pre-approved), Delaware (pre-approved), Pennsylvania (pending).

States not granting Chiropractic CEUs for our On-Demand NRCME training: Arizona, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Washington.

Frequently asked questions

Does This Course Work for NRCME 10 Year Recertification Exam?

Yes! This course is approved for BOTH initial certifications and the 10 Year recertification requirement.

Can I Use This Course for the NRCME Initial Certification Exam?

Yes! This course is approved for BOTH initial certifications and the 10 Year recertification requirement.

How Does the NRCME 10 Year Recertification Work?

  • The 10 year recertification training is essentially the same as first time certification.
  • Begin by completing the NRCME training with Pass My Physical (live or on-demand works!).
  • Upon completion, log into to your NRCME account and upload your training certificate.
  • If you are 1 year from your expiration date or less: Contact an approved testing organization (Prometric or PSI) and schedule your exam.
  • Take and pass the recertification exam before your expiration date (except if your certification expires within 2023. Those expiring in 2023 will be granted extra time in order to complete retraining and testing. The added time will begin with an additional 12 months if your expiration date is in January of 2023, and be reduced by 1 month each successive month up to December of 2023 whereby you will receive only 1 additional month to recertify).  If you have an expiration date of 1/1/2024 or later, you must complete recertification by your expiration date OR YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE NATIONAL REGISTRY.

10 Year Recertification - When Can I Start My NRCME Training?

Although you may begin prior, you must complete your NRCME Training with Pass My Physical and testing within your 9th year but prior to your expiration date.

For Example, if your expiration date is November 1, 2025, you must complete your training and register for your NRCME Certification Test after November 1, 2024.

10 Year Recertification - When Can I Take the NRCME Certification Test?

You may start your NRCME Training with Pass My Physical anytime but you must complete training to register for the testing in your 9th year.

For Example, if your expiration date is November 1, 2025, you cannot register for your NRCME Certification Test until November 1, 2024.

What Happens If I Fail My Recertification Exam?

All Medical Examiners currently certified and listed on the National Registry may continue to perform DOT Physicals until their initial certification expires (unless your expiration date is in 2023. Those that expire in 2023 will be granted up to 12 months beginning in January of 2023, decreasing by 1 month each successive month throughout the year with December only being granted 1 additional month).

Therefore, you can fail the recertification exam and continue to perform exams until that date. Furthermore, unlike your initial certification testing where you must wait 30 days to retake the exam, medical examiners who are attempting to recertify no longer must wait the 30 days and can register to take the test again even on the next day!

Where Do I Check My Expiration Date?

This is available in your National Registry account, in your profile, and under the certification expiration line item.

How FMCSA Medical Examiner Certification Works

Becoming a new CME or completing a 10 year recertification is the same process!*


Complete Training*

Start by registering for our NRCME Accredited Training course (live or on-demand). Once complete, you will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years. Upload this to your NRCME account at least 24 hours before registering for your NRCME certification test.

Choose Testing Site

Register for your NRCME certification test with Prometric or PSI. If you are looking for 10 year recertification, register anytime within 1 year or your expiration date.

Prometric: https://www.prometric.com/

Pass the NRCME Exam

Once you pass your certification test, the FMCSA will notify you via email and include an official certificate indicating your status as a CME on the national registry.

Click to View FMCSA Details

* If you are new to the National Registry, you must register for a national registry number before registering for your certification test by clicking this link.

Did you already purchase our Flexiquiz course?

You may email info@passmyphysical.com as well
and request access to our upgraded Occmed course.
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