What kind of medical examination do you need?
At ALERGO-MED Aviation Clinic, experienced Aviation Medical Examiners conduct tests to determine any contraindication to perform the duties of pilots, parachutists, air traffic controllers and other crew members in accordance with the health requirements for Class 1, 2, 3, CC, and LAPL set in Aviation Law regulations (art. Paragraph 104. 2 and Art. 95 paragraph . 5 of the Act of 3 July 2002) and EASA Part.MED. In Warsaw we conduct:
a)initial medial examinations for class 2, Medical Report (Cabin Crew), qualification certificate and LAPL
b)periodic (renewal) and occasional medical examinations for class 1, class 2, class 3, Medical Report (Cabin Crew), qualification certificate and LAPL
c)occupational medicine examinations
In case you are still not sure, which medical examinations are for you, please contact us:
What should you expect during the examinations?
Initial and periodic examinationsRegistration | 7:30 - 8:30 AM
Collection of blood and urine samples | 7:30 - 8:30 AM
Aviation medical examination
Certificate issue | around 1:00 PM
Occasional examination processThe scope of examination depends on advice of Aviation Medical Examiner and on the type of cause for the examination.
The scope of examination in individual cases may be extended if the aviation medical examiner deems it necessary. This also may cause differences in the pricing of the occasional examination.
We invite you to plan your next visit up to 45 days before your last medical certificate’s expiry date.
The schedule described above and the scope of examinations is an example only. The scope of examinations can be expanded / changed in case your Aviation Medical Examiner considers it is necessary. In such case, the schedule of examination might also change and in extreme cases, conduction all examination during one day may not be possible.
How one should prepare?
Before your visit it is good to remember about a couple of things:
Before your examinations, we encourage you to download documents for the chosen class from the download tab, and then print them and complete them at home. This will definitely speed up the formalities with us! Airlines employees are reminded to bring a referral from their employer together with complete invoicing data.
Please remember to bring your identiy card. Due to the planned laboratory testing please come on an empty stomach.
It is important to rest well before the exams, do not drink alcohol (24h) and eat sensibly.
Please also remember to bring your last aviation medical certificate with you. It is necessary for the exam in case your last examination has been performed at another clinic.
IMPORTANT! Before visiting us, kindly make familiar with the new rules at our Clinic during the epidemic.
We invite you to register online or by phone at +48 22 448 47 77. Earlier registration for examinations is obligatory, we cannot carry out examinations for persons who will not book the date in advance.
From September this year, we invite you to consult a psychologist, who has been specializing in aviation psychology and transport psychology for many years. Dr Marcin Biernacki, has been working at the Military Institute of Aviation Medicine, in the Department of Aviation Psychology, since 2004. In 2013, he defended his doctorate at the University of Warsaw. He belongs to a small group of aviation psychologists certified by the European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP).
Dr Marcin Biernacki will see patients in the afternoon - we have already started telephone registration at: 22 448 47 77.
In connection with the announcement of the President of the Civil Aviation Authority of 30.07.2020, we would like to point out that the extension of the validity period of aero-medical examinations by 4 months no longer applies to people whose expiry date is after August 1, 2020. For all these people, aero-medical examinations should be performed in accordance with the validity date entered in the last certificate. You can make yourself familiar with the full announcement on the website of the Civil Aviation Authority: link
We are back with aviation medical examinations starting 27 April (Monday). Of course, we will work with additional precautions, limited number of people visiting us each day being still one of them. If you need aviation medical examinations, make an appointment with us for a specific day and time. Now you can book your appointment also using our convenient online registration. Please, remember to wear mask when visiting us – thank you.
We remind you about the decisions of the Civil Aviation Authority regarding, among others automatic extension of the validity period of aviation medical examinations - it is worth reading about them directly on the ULC website:
Now you can book your appointment using online registration. While visiting us, please remember to wear a mask – thank you! :-)