FAA Medical Questions

Pilot Medical Solutions is the oldest independent aeromedical service company, confidentially serving Pilots and Aviation Medical Examiners continuously since 1995. LEFTSEAT.com is owned and operated by Pilot Medical Solutions, Inc.  We utilize board certified Aerospace Medicine physicians and allied health practitioners working privately and confidentially with your personal physicians.

Pilot Medical Solutions is the leading provider of FAA medical certification support. Our exclusive and very personal service collaborates with aviators and private medical practitioners to keep pilots flying.

Our business is anchored in key relationships with the FAA and aerospace medical practitioners throughout the world. Pilot Medical Solutions is an active corporate member of the Aerospace Medical Association (ASMA) and the Civil Aviation Medical Association (CAMA). These organizations help form U.S. and International pilot medical requirements and regulations. FAA policies and aeromedical standards are also disseminated to veteran Aviation Medical Examiners during these scientific meetings.

FAA Policies and Procedures

Pilot Medical Solutions is on the leading edge of FAA policies and procedures and is uniquely positioned to assist both pilots and medical practitioners. We provide proactive hands-on management of every imaginable FAA medical certification issue. Pilot Medical Solutions’ unique approach provides confidential accelerated medical certification processing for pilots and unparalleled support for aviation medical examiners.

Left Seat Pilot Medical Staff

Contact Pilot Medical Solutions

Phone: 800-699-4457

Phone (outside the US): 405-787-0084

Fax: 405-787-0084

Email: info@leftseat.com

Address: Hangar 14 Wiley Post Airport (PWA)
5901 Philip J. Rhoads, Suite 215 Bethany, OK  73008

Pilot Medical Solutions assists numerous pilots each year via email, toll-free hotline and website inquiries.

10,000

Pilots Assisted per Month

Contact us at 1-800-699-4457 or by email here
to confidentially discuss your FAA medical issues.