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12 February 2015

CAA Cabin Crew Medicals

CAA Cabin Crew Medicals

We can provide Cabin Crew medical assessments in accordance with CAA guidelines. Our doctors are recognised by the CAA and can provide the report necessary to pass to the airline or employer in order to continue duties. Doctorcall can provide these assessments quickly and efficiently, as in the vast majority of cases there is no need for the crew member to attend the clinic. By simply completing a confidential online questionnaire the assessments can be conducted remotely. If more information is required we can call you or, if necessary, arrange for you to come to our clinic in central Manchester for a consultation with a doctor. MED.C.005 Aeromedical assessments

New Cabin Crew

All new Cabin Crew must have a medical examination and assessment carried out by an approved Occupational Health Medical Practitioner (OHMP).

Periodic (60 month) Assessments

All Cabin Crew are required to have a periodic medical examination every five years which must be completed more than 45 days before the expiry of the previous medical report.

Returning From Sickness Absence & More Frequent Assessments

Sometimes more frequent medical examinations are necessary, such as the crew member returning from sickness absence or if there is an ongoing medical condition.

Fit-to-Fly Certificates

Certificates can be issued directly to the Cabin Crew member following a consultation with the doctor.

For more information, contact us on 0844 257 0346

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