FAA Pilot Physicals for Class 1, 2 & 3 Pilots

 

We will keep you up in the air.

As a pilot, you count on an experienced crew to make sure your aircraft is safe to fly. You also need someone you can count on to perform your regular FAA physical exam and to maintain your personal health.

Joseph Lutz, MD is now certified as a Senior Aviation Medical Examiner and would be pleased to perform the annual required physical for Class 1, 2 and 3 pilots. 
 

 Your medical care all in one place

Our beautiful and spacious office has been designed with the needs of pilots and their required physical exam services in mind. Our goal is to help make your aviation physical exam experience less stressful.

We have a separate pilot lounge where you can relax and complete your FAA application in a quieter environment.

We have state-of-the-art equipment to perform your FAA medical exams.
We are available by phone during normal business hours to answer all of your aviation medical questions.
 
 

How to prepare

We encourage you to complete your FAA application via medexpress.faa.gov or utilize Turbomedical available at aopa.org. We do however keep the paper forms on hand for your convenience.

Please bring with you
Your photo ID and any medical information that may be required for your flight physical.

Payment is expected at time of service. We accept cash, check, and major credit cards. We do not bill your insurance company for this service.

How long does it take?
The entire FAA physical process takes approximately 45 minutes.

Special instructions
If you have any new medical conditions or are taking any new medications, it is helpful to let us know when you schedule your physical so we can advise you of any additional medical documentation required by the FAA.

You will be required to provide a urine sample for testing as part of the physical exam process.
We are happy to fax your medical certificate to your company for free.

If you have any questions concerning the FAA exam process or general aviation medical questions, please feel free to call Chris Hofmeister RN, Aviation Medical Coordinator, at (614) 533-5308.

Resources:
Federal Aviation Administration
Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association