AviationMedical Services

Aviation Medical Services

I am approved to conduct medicals for UK CAA and EASA for all classes for Aviation, Air Traffic Control and Cabin crew.


THE CAA PORTAL AND CELLMA – Pilots now need to register with Cellma and have their ID verified to then submit the application form (previously the Med 160) online.  I will then approve it with you at your appointment so it is essential that it is done before the appointment.  Bookings are made as usual through the contact page or calling my Guru “Amber” on 01233 860236 or 07917 281598.

Instructions on creating a CAA Customer Portal Account:

From our recently refurbished  facilities in leafy Woodchurch, H&B offers a range of Aviation Medical Services to commercial and general aviation. Having fixed the prices since 2014 there is a slight uplift for 2022, however in line with the industry.  All prices are inclusive of VAT.  By prior arrangement a female Health Care Assistant may perform your ECG or chaperone.

Price List:-

  • Class 1 Medical Examination £195
  • ATCO/Class 3 Medical Examination £195
  • Initial Class 2 Medical Examination with ECG £195
  • Class 2 Renewal / Revalidation Medical Examination £145
  • Class 2 Renewal / Revalidation Medical Examination with ECG £195
  • LAPL Initial/renewal £145
  • Cabin Crew Medical £120
  • ECG £80
  • Audiogram £40
  • Cholesterol (Class 1 at age 40) £23
  • EASA additional fee for all classes of £50

Inclusive of CAA submission fees and haemoglobin test where indicated.

Where a cardiologist opinion of an ECG is required, an additional fee is charged by the cardiologist and is passed on to the pilot at £40 including VAT. “Case work” entered on to the CAA AME online system will result in a charge of £30. Additional time spent on your behalf in order to be able to establish your fitness for medical certification will be charged at £100p/h.


The following advice is intended to remind you of what you need to bring with you to avoid unnecessary delay and how to increase the likelihood of a satisfactory outcome to your medical.

Applicants are strongly advised to study the CAA guidance material available through the links to the right on this page. This area is also a source of information to ensure that you are maintaining your fitness in the event of any ill-health.

If you do have any important medical history, please try to bring GP or specialist reports with you when you attend.


  1. Photo ID, Passport/Driving licence preferred
  2. Current or last CAA Medical Certificate
  3. Spectacles, lenses and your lens prescriptions (if applicable)
  4. Medical history / reports (see above)
  5. Med162 Ophthalmology Examination Report  Required for Initial Class 2 and for Class 1 pilots every 2 or 5 years depending on prescription.

Class 1 Medical Certificate holders who wear spectacles or contact lenses get the vision specialist report form completed by their optician and bring it to their medical.  It should be completed every 5 years if the refractive error is +3.0 to +5.0 or -3.0 to -6.0 dioptres, there is astigmatism or anisometropia of more than 2 dioptres but less than 3 dioptres.  It should be completed every 2 years if the refractive error is greater than +5 or -6.0 dioptres, there is more than 3.0 dioptres of astigmatism or anisometropia.


  • A heavy, rich or spicy meal in the previous 24 hours
  • Aerobatics or very heavy exercise during the previous 2 days
  • Sexual intercourse during the previous 12 hours

(all of which can cause spurious findings on ECG and urine tests)


  • Urine tests (try to be able to give a sample on arrival)
  • Eye tests with and without any lenses you rely on
  • Full general medical examination (intimate examination necessary only if history dictates)
  • ECG if required or indicated
  • Finger-prick haemoglobin or cholesterol test Class 1 (only if indicated for Class 2)
  • Audiogram if required (Class 2 for Instrument Ratings only)
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