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6008 Centre Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206

p: (412) 203-5810
f: (855) 279-6317

Driver's License Physicals

No Health Insurance Required
No Copays, No Deductibes

Medical Exam for Driver's License

iHealth Clinic provides medical exams for driver’s license applications.


M-F:   9am - 5pm
Sat:     9am-3pm

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iHealth Clinic is the quickest way to get the DL-180 form filled out (no need to bring form). A Medical Exam is required in PA to obtain a Learner’s Permit.

If under age of 18, your parent or guardian is required to give consent for the medical exam. Parent or guardian will also be required to fill out DL-180TD for application.

5 Steps to get Driver Learner's Permit:

Step 1
Read Driver's Manual
Step 2
Get Medical Exam ($40 exam at iHealth Clinic, no appointment necessary)
Step 3
Get Payment Ready - forms of Payment (check, money order, credit card, debit card)
Step 4
Visit DMVV - bring: DL-180, Dl-180TD (if needed), Proof of Identity, 2 Proofs of Residency, Social Security Card
Step 5
DMV Exams: eye screening and Knowledge Test

What Medical Conditions May Interfere with a Driver's License:

Driving a car or riding a motorcycle takes constant attention and good reflexes. Having medical issues that can decrease your attention are concerning. It is important that if you have any issues, that you report them for the safety of yourself and the community.

Neurological Disorders (ex. Peripheral Neuropathy)
Neuropsychiatric Disorders (ex. severe PTSD)
Circulatory Disorders (ex. advanced Peripheral Arterial Disease)
Cardiac Disorders (ex. uncontrolled Atrial Fibrillation)
Uncontrolled Epilepsy (ex. Seizures)
Uncontrolled Diabetes (ex. Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes)
Cognitive Impairment (ex. Dementia)
Alcohol Abuse
Drug Abuse
Conditions that can cause Issues with Consciousness (ex. Narcolepsy)
Impairment or Amputation of an Appendage (ex. severe Rheumatoid Arthritis)

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