Flight Physicals

Salt Lake City, Utah

FAA Class
1, 2, 3


Must do FAA Med Express.

Includes vision testing, physical exam, and urinalysis.



Required for ATC applicants and Class 1 certificates at age of 35 and then annually after 40 years old.

Special Issuance

Price Varies

Price varies based on case complexity. Schedule an appointment below or contact us for more information.
Step 1 - Schedule an Exam (Don't forget Steps 2 & 3)
Step 2 - FAA Med Express Questionnaire
If you have a complicated medical or psychiatric history or think you may qualify for the ADHD Fast Track Pathway or NEW Uncomplicated Anxiety/Depression Pathway, please contact us before completing your FAA Med Express Questionnaire! You may benefit from a HIMS AME consult before FAA Exam.

For all others, complete the FAA Med Express (button below) and bring the confirmation number to your appointment.
FAA MedXpress
Step 3 - The Day of your Appointment
Your appointment will be at our 9th & 9th Clinic located at 868 McClelland St, Salt Lake City, Utah unless otherwise directed.

What to bring:  FAA Med Express confirmation number, corrective lenses if needed and a full bladder to provide a urine sample.
If you anticipate needing an EKG, we recommend you wear loose fitting clothing or a sports bra.
9th & 9th Clinic
868 McClelland St
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Sugarhouse Clinic
1262 E Logan Ave S
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
9AM - 4PM, Mon to Fri
8AM - 12PM, Sat

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Do you guarantee to keep me flying?


Unfortunately, there are no guarantees in this game. The approval authorities such as the FAA or DoD make the final decision regarding aircrew fitness for flight. However, we always aim to keep the skies safe, give our clients unbiased consultation, and advocate on your behalf to keep you flying!

Does health insurance cover FAA Exams?


All pilot medical certificates cost $160. Insurance does not typically cover FAA exams. You can use a Health Savings Account if you have an HSA debit card. Special Issuances, SODAs, and CACI conditions may carry an additional cost. Standard pricing stated above.

Who are your main clients?


We help pilots, air traffic controllers, and other aircrew who are affiliated with both the military and civilian organizations. We also provide services for aviation hobbyists and other aviation organizations. As a HIMS AME, we specialize in mental health (ADHD/ADD, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, gender dysphoria and adjustment reactions) and substance abuse conditions (alcohol, substance use disorders, DUI's/DWI's, and other drug related incidents)

Is the urinalysis a drug test?


No, the FAA requires that the AME check glucose and protein levels in your urine. This provides a rudimentary screening for diabestes and kidney disease. If ATCS, the FAA may still require random drug screening. If a pilot, your pilot may require rand drug screening. If you are a HIMS patient with a previous incident or diagnosis related to substance misuse, you may have a requirement for randomized drug testing and monitoring. In this case, the test would be thru a third party. Drug testing is not part of your FAA medical exam.