Physical Examinations

Regular physical exams are vital for managing and maintaining your health. Depending on your situation or occupation, you may need an authorized provider to perform a specialized medical exam. From routine physicals to school or sports physicals, First Priority Urgent Care offers a wide range of comprehensive physical exams.

Annual Physical Exam

Although specifics of a physical will vary based on the reason for the physical, as well as the patient’s gender and age, most routine physicals typically check the functioning of the lungs, heart, head, neck, extremities, and skin. Other areas may also be included depending on the patient’s medical history.

 

DOT Physicals for CDL Drivers


DOT physicals for CDL drivers are mandated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The purpose of the medical exam for commercial drivers license holders is to ensure that they are physically and mentally healthy enough to operate a commercial vehicle. Select First Priority Urgent Care  are certified to perform DOT physicals.


A medical exam for commercial drivers license holders includes a detailed medical history, a review of the individual’s current physical and mental health, a physical examination, vision and hearing checks, and tests for drug and alcohol use. Most DOT certifications are valid for two years; however, the provider may issue a certificate for a shorter time frame if you have certain medical conditions that require monitoring.

 

Immigration Physicals

If you’re applying for U.S. citizenship or a green card, we’ve got you covered. Simply walk into a nearby clinic, no appointment is necessary (Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm and Saturdays 9:00 am - 2:00 pm). Be sure to bring a valid form of ID so that we can verify your identity and your Form I-693. 

Your doctor will order blood tests and Xray if needed. Your physical and mental disposition will be assessed through X-rays, blood tests, and diagnostic observation. In addition to your Form I-693, bring your medical and vaccination records for the doctor. If you don’t have proof of your vaccinations, you can request a blood test to prove immunization. 

 

School and Sport Physicals

School and sport physicals are conducted to determine whether a child is healthy and physically prepared to participate in sports and/or other school activities. These regular exams can also be a good time for physicians to discuss important health issues with children and their parents or guardians. In addition, First Priority Urgent Care  also offers age appropriate immunizations as well as prescriptions, and treatments for common childhood health conditions.