Aviation Exams

Dr. Green is a FAA Senior Aeromedical Examiner and performs all classes of pilot medicals. His aeromedical training was gained in the US Air Force and his last military posting was Chief of Flight Medicine at Edwards Air Force Base in CA. He has over 25 years of aeromedical experience, owns a Mooney 231 and has been a pilot for over 40 years.

FAA/Medical Services

Prepare for your visit:

All applicants must complete their FAA medical paperwork (form 8500-8) on the FAA Medxpress website prior to coming to the office. You should bring in a printed copy of the front page of the physical exam form and your confirmation number.

It is best to arrive with an empty stomach and a full bladder as a urine specimen is required. Avoid any caffeinated beverages so as not to increase your blood pressure.

Bring any paperwork the FAA has sent you regarding your medical conditions. If you require special issuance or are in the special assurance program there may be an additional charge due to the increased workload. If you have hypertension or any other medical issue be sure to bring the appropriate FAA required paperwork.

Be sure to bring any eyeglasses/contact lenses you use on your job.