AME GEORGIA - FAA AIRMEN PHYSICALS - Aerospace Medicine
THE EXAM 
  So fly or drive to our office on GVL's field, located at the Lanier Flight Center. No waiting - we are there just to do to do your FAA physical. If you have any concerns that you have about your medical status and about passing your physical - please call us first and we can usually take care of issues before you get a denial on your FAA medical.

   To be prepared for your exam:
  1) Bring your confirmation number from the FAA 8500 form you filled out.
  2)Please get a letter from that physician treating you that you are cleared to fly based on that problem that you were treated for. Doing all these things will speed up and make your FAA medical a successful one.
   3) Bring your GLASSES - if you think you need a new prescription - please see your eye doctor first and get new glasses if needed, before you have your exam.
   4) Plan to be at your exam for at least an hour.
   5) Arrive WELL HYDRATED AND NO CAFFIENE before exam
   6) If you take any medication - please check this link to the AOPA 's medication database to see if your meds are acceptable - if not please call us before your exam. http://www.aopa.org/Pilot-Resources/Medical/Medications-Database

 WE have a FARNSWORTH LANTERN FOR COLOR VISION TESTING

Exam Fees:
Class I -  $ 160.00* plus lab and/or EKG ( $ 85.00)
Class II -    $ 140.00*
Class III - $ 125.00*

For Special Issuance assistance and /or consultation  - $ 50.00/per hour

For mailing information, review of paperwork and putting paperwork in proper way to the FAA via FedX with signature - normal amount of paperwork/medical records  ( because increase charge based on weight) $35
We accept cash, checks, credit cards, and HSA insurance credit cards **
** A superbill can be provided to give to your insurance company, so your insurance company may accept your exam /payment and  apply to your deductible
 

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