First, Second & Third Class FAA Medical Certificates (Validity varies by Age & Class - see Pilots)
Pilots under age 40 and who do not require an ECG. The first ECG will be required at age 35 and if normal none are required until age 40. After age 40 First Class Medical Certificates are valid for 6 calendar months.
Valid for one year for all ages. After one year the 2nd Class drops to 3rd Class.
Valid for 5 years for pilots under age 40 and for 2 years for pilots age 40 and over.
First ECG required at age 35, then annually over age 40
First one requred at age 35, then annually beginning at age 40.
ECG only (without FAA Medical Exam)
Pilots who have had an recent (within 1 week) ECG and do not need to have one done with FAA Exam
For commercial drivers who require CDL
Required for all drivers of commercial vehicles
Pilots who also need a CDL, or other exam with paperwork, may obtain one at the same time as an FAA Exam for half price.
Employer Physical Exams, Sports Physicals & Medical Consultation
For general medical or medico-legal consultation