FAA Medical Exams: All Pilots May Receive Aviation Medical Certifcates At Hall Longevity Clinic

FAA Medical Certification

Dr. Michael Hall, MD is a federally appointed senior FAA designated Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) since 2013.  Whether you are a licensed ATP airline airline pilot or just a beginner learning to get your wings, or if you need to update any Class 1, Class 2 or Class 3 FAA Medical Certificate, we can offer you same day service.  We certify only pilots and do not see air traffic controllers.

Before you come top see us, we recommend using the FAA MedXPress system, which allows anyone requiring a FAA Medical Certificate or Student Pilot Medical Certificate to electronically complete the FAA form 8500-8 online. Information entered into MedXPress will be transmitted to the FAA and will be available for your AME to review at the time of your medical examination.

PLEASE VISIT:  https://medxpress.faa.gov/ to get a confirmation number before you call to make an appointment.

The exam requires a valid photo ID, a few forms to be filled out, undergo a basic physical and blood pressure check, vision and hearing screening and receive a urine dip test. Expect to spend one hour with us, and sometimes the exam can be complicated by prescribed medications or other health concerns the airman may have and the process can take longer if a deferment is required. If you have any medical documents pertains to flight, please bring them.

NOTE: A medical examination by an FAA-designated Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) is required by the FAA and the only licensed medical provider that can legally complete the certification process.

Price $380 without EKG.  We ask you please call to make an appointment!

Email us clinic@hallongevity.com or free dial 1 866 9DR HALL

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