"Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return." --Leonardo da Vinci
CIVIL AVIATION MEDICAL EXAMS - INTRODUCTION
In Canada and the United States every pilot and air traffic controller requires a medical examination at prescribed intervals in order to validate and exercise the privileges of their license. Aviation medical exams may only be performed by Civil Aviation Medical Examiners (CAME) for Transport Canada (TC) and by Aviation Medical Examiners (AME) for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States. Physicians are trained and designated for this purpose. As a CAME, Senior AME and former Flight Surgeon in the Canadian Armed Forces, Dr. Mastrangelo has the necessary training, experience, knowledge and designations to perform these exams. Moreover, he has a passion for aviation and preventive medicine.
REQUIRED ITEMS FOR TRANSPORT CANADA AND FAA AVIATION MEDICALS
1. 2 pieces of photo ID (passport, driver's license, Canadian Aviation Document, etc.)
2. Glasses, contact lenses, hearing aids and any other assistive devices you use or require (for a first time aviation medical if you use corrective lenses, the lens prescription is also required)
3. All investigation and consultant reports pertaining to any significant medical condition you have or have ever had
4. Your Canadian Aviation Document and/or FAA pilot license and medical certificate, if you possess them
For FAA medicals you must also bring:
A copy of your completed MedXPress application form with the confirmation number. To access MedXPress click here
Please feel free to contact me at 905-599-0657 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment or for further information.