FAA Aviation Medical Examiner

FAA Medical Certificates, HIMS Consulting, & DOT Exams
in Salt Lake City, Utah

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Go Flight Medicine

Top Gun
Medical Care

The Department of Defense treats their fighter pilots like invaluable elite athletes. Each squadron has their own flight surgeon who provides specialized medical care to the entire team and their families.

Go Flight Medicine aims to bring this level of concierge medical care to civilian pilots, air traffic controllers & professional drivers.

FAA Class 1, 2, 3
Medical Certificate

We offer 1st Class (Airline Transport Pilots), 2nd Class (Commercial Pilots) and 3rd Class (Private Pilot) Medical Certificates.

We also provide ATCS exams for both applicants and trained Air Traffic Controllers employed or contracted by the FAA.

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The Human Intervention & Motivational Study (HIMS) Program began as an effort by the FAA to help pilots struggling with substance abuse disorders. It has since expanded to include a variety of mental health conditions.

HIMS is a cooperative industry-wide effort in which managers, pilots, healthcare professionals, and the FAA work together to preserve careers and enhance air safety.

Get back in the cockpit & schedule your HIMS AME Consultation today!

DOT Exams

A DOT Medical Exam is required to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). These exams are valid for up to 24 months.

Schedule your DOT Exam with a certified medical examiner today!

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FAA renames the "SSRI Protocol" & approves 3 New Antidepressants
by Rocky Jedick MD, MBA
April 24, 2024
Today the FAA published the newest AME guide by adding three new antidepressants [duloxetine (Cymbalta) venlafaxine (Effexor), desvenlafaxine (Pristiq)] and changing the name of the entire Antidepressant Protocol.
FAA MED NOTAM: Three New Antidepressants Approved for Special Issuance!
by Rocky Jedick MD, MBA
April 1, 2024
Exciting news! The FAA just released a bulletin that three additional antidepressants will soon be approved for special issuance. This new policy goes live on 24 April 2024!
Weight & Balance: Navigating FAA Policy on Weight Loss Meds
by Rocky Jedick MD, MBA
March 31, 2024
Weight loss medications may promise rapid results, but for pilots, safety always comes first. Before considering any medication – especially those that could impact your ability to fly – it’s essential to consult with an AME and fully understand the FAA’s policies and regulations. In this post, we cover the FAA's most up to date policy on the dynamic topic of weight loss medications.