National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners
COMING SOON – A Redesigned National Registry
On January 31, 2022, FMCSA will launch a redesigned National Registry. As a result, the National Registry system will be unavailable from 9:00 p.m. EST on January 28, 2022, until 9:00 a.m. EST on January 31, 2022. The National Registry will have a new look and feel but users will see the same functions as in the current National Registry system. Users will still be required to access their National Registry account through login.gov. Please continue to visit the National Registry website as updates and new information regarding the launch will be provided.
Instructions to Become a Certified Medical Examiner (click here)
If you are interested in becoming a certified medical examiner, select the link above to learn about the requirements and process.
Instructions on How to Register as a MEAA (click here)
If you are interested in becoming a Medical Examiner’s Administrative Assistant (MEAA), select the link above to learn about how to register.
Instructions to Create a login.gov Account as a Certified Medical Examiner or Medical Examiner’s Administrative Assistant (click here)
All certified Medical Examiners and Medical Examiner’s Administrative Assistants will soon be required to migrate their National Registry account to login.gov.
To login to the National Registry, please sign-in through Login.gov
If you have already migrated your National Registry account, you should sign in through login.gov by selecting the link above.
Extension of Medical Examiner’s Certification Integration final rule (click here)
On June 21, 2018, FMCSA published an interim final rule that impacts certified medical examiners. To understand how; click the link above.
Medical Examiner’s Requirement to Upload Examination Results (click here)
FMCSA recognizes the challenge for medical examiners to upload daily and backlogged examinations based on the status of the National Registry. To learn more about reporting requirements at this time; click the link above
Once signed into your National Registry account you will once again have access to the National Registry Resource Center where you will find copies of the driver examination forms, regulations, and FAQs etc.
Searching for certified Medical Examiners, click here.