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The Key to FAA Medical Security
FAA medical exam is a "medical check-ride"
The additional workload, and FAA regulations, require AMEs to defer the application to the FAA Medical Certification Division in Oklahoma for processing. This delays the pilot by several months and reduces the likelihood of favorable results.
Pilots can be confident they are
prepared for the FAA medical exam with a confidential
pre-certification assessment by Pilot Medical Solutions.
Pilot Medical Solutions also provides personalized support through pro-active FAA medical case management. We work directly with private physicians to retrieve, review, organize, and submit medical records required by the FAA.
relationship and close proximity to the FAA's Aeromedical Certification Division
permits virtually immediate delivery of records and expeditious processing. This hands-on approach is a proven method developed and utilized
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With Pilot Medical Solution's Pre-certification case management, treating physicians receive unrestricted clear communication regarding the FAA's requirements. Our office collaborates personally with each medical facility to obtain the necessary records in the least amount of time.
Since all essential documentation is available at the time of the FAA examination, AME's save valuable time once lost to tracking down records or waiting for special authorization. AME's may issue a medical certificate rather than defer a pilot's application.
FAA's workload is reduced too. Almost 50% of the applications received by
the FAA are incomplete or contain incorrect information. This requires the FAA
to spend a great deal of time reviewing records and sending letters requesting additional information.
Airlines and Corporate Flight Departments
Pilot Medical Solutions provides a select group of programs designed to benefit company employees while reducing operational health-care costs. MORE
The Sooner the Better
Working with pilots and their personal physicians