Fit 2 Fly Background

Dr A. Wallis Aeromedical Examiner

Hello, my name is Dr Andrew Wallis; I have been a General Practitioner for 19 years, obtaining my GMC registration in 1991.  I have always been interested in flying and passed flight training and gained my private pilot’s license in 2010.

I have been an Aeromedical Examiner (AME) for 8 years. I am a friendly and approachable AME. I will always endeavour to explain the process of obtaining a medical certificate to the applicant, and make sure that the process is as seamless as possible. After all you want to be flying not jumping through hoops.

I have currently passed my Class 1 Advanced Aviation Medicine Course at Kings College, London and can therefore undertake Class 1 Medicals

We are based in the West Midlands, Warwickshire, Alcester.

Dr A.J Wallis MBBS MRCGP

UK CAA Class 1 AME, Class 2 AME, Class 3 (ATCO), Cabin Crew medicals

LAPL Medical Certificate

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A Medical History

We are required to file a medical history about each pilot, it is a medium length application form and called the MED160 form.
You can fill in the MED160 medical history form with you when you arrive for your appointment. However we would recommend that you download and complete the form if you able to.  Also please read under Medicals tab – EASA Class 2 PPL ‘common mistakes when filling out the MED160’  Please download the MED160 by clicking on the button below:
Medical History Application Form MED160

If you are having an initial medical, you will need to fill out an ophthalmology application form, this is called a MED162. You will need to go to an optician first, to get this form completed. Please note that you can download this proforma by clicking on the button below:
Ophthalmology Medical Form MED162

To accompany this Ophthalmology form and make the process as easy as possible, we have devised a letter which is useful to take along with you to your opticianOptician letter for MED162

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We accept the following methods of payment, as well as cash and cheque.


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