DMV Medical Review Services representatives will only issue a driver's license suspension in cases when a customer's medical information indicates they fit within one of the Medical Review policies established by DMV in consultation with the DMV Medical Advisory Board.
If you wish to show cause why this DMV action should not be taken, you may submit a written request for an administrative fact-finding proceeding with a DMV hearing officer in accordance with the provisions of the Virginia Code § 2.2-4019 et seq.
Please submit all requests through mail or fax at:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Medical Review Services
Post Office Box 27412
Richmond, Virginia 23269-0001
Fax: (804) 367-1604
Medical hearings are normally held by teleconference; however, the driver may choose to appear in person at DMV Headquarters in Richmond for the proceeding.
After submitting a request to the Healthcare Compliance Officer, Rebecca Parsio, RN, for review, the driver will be contacted to discuss the next steps of the hearing process (Note: Please provide a working daytime telephone number in your hearing request). Hearing results will then take up to 6 weeks to be determined.
If the driver disagrees with the decision reached at the hearing, they may then opt to appeal the case again. In this situation, the case will be handled through Virginia Circuit Courts.