COVID-19 NOTICE TO ALL:
When you arrive for your appointment please let a member of the reception team know that you are here. We are the reception to the RIGHT hand side when you walk through the main entrance.
Please wear a face covering.
We are also offer Antigen and Antibody testing for flight crew, family and friends. See here.
NEW CAA Cellma Portal:
We can now undertake EASA Medicals:
We are pleased to announce that Dr A J Wallis is now a CAA Norway Approved EASA AME.
PLEASE note that if your Aircraft Operations Centre (AOC) is based in Europe you will need an EASA Medical Certificate.
If your Aircraft Operations Centre (AOC) is based in the UK then you will be able to fly into Europe with a UK Medical certificate. You will therefore need a UK medical certificate and not an EASA. Also if you fly an EASA Aircraft then you will need an EASA licence.
You will need to complete an EASA MED160, Epworth Sleepiness Scale and Patient Health Questionnaire for your EASA medical.
Dr. A J Wallis Aeromedical Examiner
Hello, my name is Dr Andrew Wallis. I have been a General Practitioner for 20 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 10 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.
We are based in the West Midlands, Warwickshire, Alcester.
Dr A.J Wallis MBBS MRCGP
UK and EASA AME Class 1, Class 2, Class 3 (ATCO), Cabin Crew medicals, LAPL Medical Certificate and various other (please enquire)
A Medical History
You are required to file a medical history about yourself, it is a medium length electronic application form and called the MED160. This is now to be completed via Cellma and the appropriate fee paid (No fee for LAPL medicals.)
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 optician: Optician letter for MED162