The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (National Registry) establishes requirements for health care providers who perform physical qualification examinations for truck and bus drivers. To conduct medical examinations for interstate commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers, a health care provider must (1) complete training about FMCSA’s physical qualifications regulations and advisory criteria, and (2) pass the FMCSA certification test to be listed on the National Registry.
BarnesCare, the St. Louis leader in providing Department of Transportation (DOT) medical examinations for over 25 years, is pleased to have the following certified medical examiners listed on the National Registry:
Jamuna Arekapudi, MD
Courtney Brush, MSN, FNP
Felicia Butler, ANP, NP-C
Kim Gregory, MSN, ANP-BC
Ronita Hayes, APRN-CNP
Molly Haynes, DNP, APRN, FNP-C
Shellie Hill, DNP, BC-FNP
Susan Jo Iffrig, RN, CS, FNP
Thomas B. Kibby, MD, MPH, CIME, FACOEM
Karen Moore, DNP, APRN, ANP, BC
Edward Stapleton, MD, MPH
Tomma Stowers, ANP-BC
Andrea Tobiasz, MSN, APRN, ANP-BC
William Wetzel, DO, FACEP
Interstate (CMV) drivers are required to obtain physical examinations and a certificate from a certified medical examiner listed on the FMCSA National Registry. “FMCSA developed the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners to enhance the medical oversight of drivers and to prevent commercial vehicle-related crashes, injuries and fatalities,” says Tom Kibby, MD, MPH, BarnesCare chief medical officer. “Our BarnesCare team understands the complex medical guidelines of the certification process and their importance in promoting driver health, wellness and public safety.”
Learn more information about the National Register here.
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