The National Registry of Certified medical Examiners (NRCME) is a federal program that was created in association with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to determine national regulations for healthcare professionals who perform physical qualifications examinations and issue medical certificates for commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers. By 21 May 2014, all medical examiners who perform exams and issue medical certificates for commercial motor vehicle drivers must be certified and listed on the National Registry.
To become a certified medical examiner (ME) and be listed on the National Registry, all healthcare professionals must complete approved training and testing on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) physical qualifications standards and guidelines.
MLRS developed an accredited one-day, 8 hour training program and has begun offering it as an online or classroom program. MLRS is accredited by the University of Bridgeport for chiropractors and Texas University for medical practitioners.
Our classroom program is based around an easy to understand audio-video format which is presented by a certified medical examiner. We present -4- (two hour) learning modules with a brief quiz following and then review more than 100 questions, similar to the national board registry exam to prepare you for the actual test.
We guarantee you will pass the national registry exam or you can take our course again or take our National Registry Exam Preparatory BootCamp course for FREE.