FAA Basic Med. Exams at Curry Chiropractic
Our goal is to assist you in obtaining your FAA Basic Med. Exam, and we provide you with a professional, confidential medical environment to complete your exam!
DO I QUALIFY FOR BASICMED IN ILLINOIS?
- Hold a valid U.S. driver’s license and comply with any restrictions (for example, corrective lenses, prosthetic aids required, daylight driving only, etc.).
- Have held a valid FAA medical certificate, regular or special issuance, on or after July 15, 2006 (If you’ve never held a medical certificate, you will need to get an FAA medical certificate, regular or special issuance, from an AME one time only.)
- If your regular or special-issuance medical certificate lapsed before July 15, 2006, you will need to get a medical certificate from an AME one time only.
- If you have a medical history or diagnosis of certain cardiac, neurological, or mental health conditions, you will need a one-time only special issuance for EACH condition.
- If your most recent medical certificate has been suspended at any point in time or revoked, your most recent authorization for special issuance was withdrawn, or your most recent medical application was denied, you will need to obtain a new medical certificate before you can operate under BasicMed.
Step 1: Complete the FAA BasicMed Comprehensive Medical Examination Checklist (CMEC) prior to your examination
Step 2: Print and Complete Section 2: Individual Information of the FAA BasicMed Comprehensive Medical Examination Checklist prior to your examination.
Step 3: Bring the following items to your appointment:
- Completed FAA BasicMed Medical Examination Checklist
- A current valid driver’s license.
- If you wear eyeglasses or hearing aid(s), you must bring them with you to the exam.
- If you have a special issuance for a medical condition, please bring it to your appointment.
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