All Medicals £50 (Includes Eye Test)
- All students and current paramedics/ambulance technicians who passed their driving test after 1996 require a DVLA D4 medical examination before getting behind the wheel of an ambulance. (those who passed before 1997 have this category already included).
- D4Drivers have clinics nationwide so wherever you are training or working as a paramedic we will have a clinic nearby. For our full list of clinics follow this link.
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To Complete a D4 medical form you need to be assessed by a doctor who will verify that you are fit to drive. Most GPs see you at a time which is convenient for them, then to charge you a fortune. This usually means that you have to take a day off and pay for the privilege.
At Ryminster Driver Medical Centre we see things a little differently. We know that you want to:
- ✓ See a Doctor where and when it suits you
- ✓ Save as much money as you can on a D4 Medical
- ✓ Spend as little time possible being assessed
The majority of Ambulance Services in England and Wales require anyone applying to work on board an ambulance to have a 7.5 tonne driving licence. It is vital to have your medical and work towards having this category put on your licence or at least the provisional entitlement as this will make you more employable.