Dr Rachel Cann is a Designated Aviation Medical Examiner for the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (Australia) and also for the Federal Aviation Administration (USA).

Aviation Medicals for CASA and the FAA are available at WilkStreet Medical Practice in North Caulfield and also in Essendon, in the vicinity of Essendon Airport, by appointment.

Aviation medicals are available during normal office hours and also on weekends when required.

Dr Cann offers a “one-stop-shop” and can  do an  ECG , blood tests and an audiogram if required. Please fast from midnight the night before, and drink only water prior to attending if you require  blood tests.

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For bookings in Essendon call 90779997 , or email info@wilkstreetmedical.com.au anytime
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WELCOME

We warmly welcome you as a pilot to our practice!

Aviation medical information :

Fees (including GST):

CASA medical $220

FAA medical $302.50

Combined CASA and FAA medicals $467.50

ECG for aviation medical $77

Audiogram for aviation medical $110

CASA MEDICALS:

NEW THING TO DO! Please visit www.casa.gov.au and login to the aviation medicine section as a pilot to initiate your medical and complete the online questionnaire prior to your appointment!

Please provide your ARN ( Aviation Reference Number) when booking a CASA aviation medical, and we can check whether you need an ECG,audiogram or fasting blood test !

Fasting bloods and audiogram are required at your initial medical, at 25 years of age and 5 yearly thereafter, ECG required at initial medical, 25, 30, then 2 yearly until 40 and annually thereafter for class 1 medicals. Same for Class 3 except that ECG’s are only required 2 yearly after age 30.

Class 2 pilots do not require additional tests unless requested specifically by CASA.

FAA MEDICALS :

For FAA medicals please go to MedXpress and obtain a confirmation number  ( see YouTube video below!) and let our friendly staff know what this is. Dr Cann requires a confirmation number in order to be able to conduct an FAA medical.

ECG’s are required for class 1 FAA medicals at 35, 40 and annually thereafter. The FAA does not require blood tests or audiograms routinely!

What to bring to your aviation medical?
Photo ID – Driver’s license or passport
Glasses for reading and distance vision if you require them (do not wear contact lenses!)

CASA – fast if require blood test
Medical history including pathology, radiology, and specialist reports if relevant

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