Professional Aircrew & ATCO Medicals

Airlines and Aviation

Dr Tallent is a qualified AME (Authorised Medical Examiner) and can therefore examine all commercial pilots for EASA medical certificates.  Brookdale Medical Centre is an Aero-Medical Centre, approved by the UK CAA to carry out EASA Class 1 initial and renewal/revalidation medical examinations.

Aircrew medical certificates for which Dr Tallent is fully authorised include:

  • EASA Class One initial and renewal/revalidation for Professional Pilots (Please see notes 1 & 2)
  • EASA Class Two initial and renewal/revalidation for Private Pilots
  • European Class Three renewal/revalidation for Air Traffic Control Officers
  • CAA Class One for Flight Engineers
  • FAA (US) Class First, Second and Third
  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • Hong Kong
  • Nigerian
  • South African
  • Seychelles

Some aviation authorities require blood tests (eg lipid profile, fasting blood glucose, haemoglobin), cardiovascular risk assessment, stress ECG – we perform all of these in-house.

Note 1: Initial EASA Class 1 medical examinations are carried out on Thursdays.  The charge for an Initial Class 1 medical is £350 + VAT (Total including VAT £420.00), payable on the day of the medical by credit/debit card, cheque or cash. We appreciate a call to cancel an appointment if necessary for any reason, no cancellation fee is payable.

Note 2: Applicants wishing to obtain a UK CAA EASA Licence, who hold, or have held, a JAA or EASA medical certificate or licence issued by an aviation authority other than the UK CAA, must change their “State of Licence Issue” to the UK. Please see the CAA webpage for full details: How to obtain a UK EASA Licence if you hold a non-UK medical certificate/licence – Changing “State of Licence Issue (SOLI)”

Note 3:  If you have not attended our practice before, it is essential to bring your passport for identification – we are obliged to check this.

Note 4:  Please bring medical reports in respect of any significant current or past medical history.  Applicants who have had LASIK or other refractive procedures must provide a report from the centre that carried out the surgery.  Details should include dates and type of surgery performed, pre-operative refraction and details of any complications.  Please see CAA Guidance following eye surgery.

Comprehensive Eye Examination form downloads: