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National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners Registration FAQs

  1. I took the training, registered, and passed the test, what do I do next?

    There is no action to take. You will be notified as soon as FMCSA has the ability to receive test results from the testing organizations.

    Once FMCSA has received passing test results from the testing organization and has verified your ability to conduct physical examinations with your state licensing board, FMCSA will conduct a final evaluation of your application to become a certified medical examiner.

    FMCSA will notify you via email when the certification process is complete.  You will receive an email with an official certificate indicating your status as a certified medical examiner listed on the National Registry. 
     
  2. I took the training, registered, and passed the test, can I begin conducting exams?

    No. Not until receiving notification from FMCSA indicating certification and listing on the National Registry, you are not permitted to conduct exams of interstate CMV drivers.
     
  3. When will I be notified that I am certified?

    FMCSA will notify you via email when the certification process is complete.  You will receive an email with an official certificate indicating your status as a certified medical examiner listed on the National Registry. 
     
  4. When will I be able to upload results of examinations conducted?

    Once the National Registry is back online.
     
  5. When will the National Registry be back online?

    The National Registry will remain offline until we can ensure it can be returned to full operations without certain information technology security risks.  We are working to return the site to normal operation as quickly as possible but do not yet have an estimated completion date. 
Updated: Friday, April 6, 2018
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