This is an advanced level fast-paced course that assumes a prior mastery and skill set in the basics of history and physical examination techniques.
The Nebraska Chapter brings the following medical examiner education to prepare you to take the National Registry for Certified Medical Examiners Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) examination. Classes will be offered on the following dates:
On Demand Training - Webinar
Watch at your leisure from the comfort of your home or office
This webinar was recorded from a live webinar. The webinar contains questions and answers from the live webinar. Please note that you will receive the link to the webinar within 24 business hours of signing up and paying for the webinar. You will not receive the webinar until full payment has been received.
Click Here to Register
* This CME training course conforms to FMCSA’s training curriculum modules and topics on regulations and guidelines for conducting CMV driver medical examinations. FMCSA regulations and guidelines are reviewed regularly, and the training is updated as required. This course was last updated on November 6, 2014.
Description of Course
This course has been designed to meet the core curriculum for the medical examiner training in accordance with the National Registry for Certified Medical Examiners Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) in an accelerated 4.5 hour class. This course will cover the eight core competency areas designated by NRCME, specifically designed for the family physician, NP’s and PA’s. This course assumes a prior mastery and skill set in the basics of history and physical examination techniques.
Upon successful completion of the course, Medical Examiner candidates should be prepared to sit for the FMCSA National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners certification examination.
With the release of the FMCSA’s final rule establishing the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME), all Medical Examiners who conduct physical examinations for interstate commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers must be trained, tested, and certified to be on the FMCSA National Registry. By May 21, 2014, drivers may only obtain DOT physicals from examiners who are on the FMCSA National Registry.
To be eligible to sit for the FMCSA National Registry examination, Medical Examiners must obtain training from an organization that is CME accredited to provide health care professional training. The AAFP Chapters above are only offering the training course. Those taking the course will receive verification of training allowing you to register for the Federal exam. You must pay a separate fee and follow instructions for finding testing sites available on the FMCSA web site.