Get Your FAA-Mandated Exam From Our Walk-In Clinic!
Whether you’re a private pilot for small general aviation aircraft or a commercial pilot who flies jumbo jets all around the world, the FAA mandates that you must receive a medical examination in order to determine your health is suitable for flying. Thanks to a recent change in laws, it’s now possible for any state-licensed physician to conduct this exam, provided the examiner follow a simple FAA checklist which can be found online. Now you can have this exam done on a walk-in basis at our American Family Care®!
Don’t let your medical examination get between you and getting in the air: let American Family Care handle your exam! Since 1982, our clinics across the country have been committed to our philosophy of “putting the patient first,” offering immediate attention and the highest-quality care to those in need of non-emergency procedures. Today, we have more than 200 clinics across 26 states that treat more than three million patients per year, and we’re proud of our reputation as one of the most admired names in urgent care and walk-in medical treatment facilities. We understand your needs as a pilot, and we want to make sure there are no discrepancies with your BasicMed exam requirement so you can keep flying.
Call American Family Care® today at (833) 361-4643 for more information about our BasicMed exam services for pilots!
BasicMed Minimum Requirements
According to FAA regulations, those who wish to operate an aircraft that has a takeoff weight of up to 6,000 pounds and carries no more than six occupants must pass their BasicMed exam. Those who pass the exam and don’t require an FAA medical certificate can immediately start flying so long as they have obtained their proper licensing.
You must do the following in order to fly under BasicMed:
- Comply with general BasicMed requirements, including having a U.S. Driver’s License and having a held medical after July 14, 2006.
- Getting a physical exam using the Comprehensive Medical Examination Checklist
- Completing a BasicMed Education course (which can be done online)
BasicMed clearance restricts you to carrying no more than five passengers and operating your aircraft under extremely specific guidelines. You can’t carry more than five passengers, you must operate your craft within the United States, you may not operate for hire or compensation, and you are required to remain in VFR or IFR conditions, staying below 18,000 feet and at speeds not exceeding 250 knots.
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