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The information below is provided to help you answer any questions you may have about aviation medical certification. Please read it before contacting the medical unit.
See the Civil Aviation Act 1990
Reporting Changes in Medical Conditions
Licence holders are legally required to advise the CAA if they are aware of or suspect a change in their medical condition that may interfere with aviation safety.
For more information on licence holder’s obligation to advise the CAA, see Medical Information Sheet 004 You Must Advise the CAA (PDF 473 KB).
Please Contact the Medical Unit to notify the CAA of any changes in medical conditions.
Have concerns about a licence holder?
Medical practitioners and aviation operators have a legal obligation to advise the CAA if they believe or suspect that a licence holder has a medical condition that may interfere with aviation safety.
For more information on Medical Practitioner obligations, see Medical Information Sheet 002 Medical Practitioner Obligations (PDF 358 KB)
Please Contact the Medical Unit to notify the CAA of any concerns.
- The Medical Manual
- General Directions
- Emergency Directive
- The Medical Examiner Newsletter
- Medical Examiner Education
- Links to Aviation Medical Resources
- Medical Examiner Documentation Checklist (PDF)
- Examination Requirements Timetable and Medical Standards (PDF 25 KB)
- Fatigue Risk Management
- Civil Aviation Act 1990
- Part 67 Medical Standards and Certification (PDF)
- Frequently Asked Questions on the new Part 67
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