Frequently Asked Questions

 How can I find my committees?

• Login to aocopm.org (you should be taken to the Member Landing Page)
• Click on My Profile
• Click on My Features
• Click on Committees. Here you will see a list of the committees you are on. (I don’t have the BOT set up as a committee yet.) You can see who is on the committee, files uploaded and messages sent.

I am an ER doctor, currently working in urgent care.  I sometimes have to do medical evaluations for workers and would like to actually be certified to do so.  Can I become and Medical Review Officer?

Yes, you do not have to have to be certified in preventive medicine to obtain MRO credentials.

Do I need certain memberships to be certified as an MRO?

You do not need to join an organization to become certified as an MRO.  AOCOPM offers the course as a service to the profession and of course hopes to attract new members, but certainly doesn’t require it.  The college does offer a $100 discount on courses to members.

Do I need to do a separate DOT class/examination to do driver physicals?

Yes, DOT certification is a different process than MRO certification.  AOCOPM will be offering the DOT training class on Friday, May 13, 2022 (via Zoom and live in Tampa).  Here is the link for more information:  https://www.aocopm.org/opam-workshop-dot-fmcsa-nrcme

 Will your organization certify an allopathic physician?

There is a firewall between teaching and certifying bodies.  AOCOPM teaches the MRO and DOT courses, and those courses are ACCME accredited, so both DOs and MDs can earn CME when taking them.  Certificates received from the AOCOPM courses are accepted by the certifying bodies.