You've worked hard to become a pilot; we've worked hard to provide you with a great flight physical exam experience. DOCFAA is a concierge service for pilots at Arbor Green Family medicine clinic in Dallas, Texas. Our goal is ZERO WAIT TIMES for our pilot medical exams. Simply book your appointment online, arrive on time for your appointment, and we promise to take you directly back for your examination. Your aviation medical certificate has never been this easy.
Senior Aviation Medical Examiner
Hania Alaidroos, M.D. is your senior aviation medical examiner. Voted top family practice doctor by D-Magazine for the past six years, Dr Alaidroos is committed to providing rapid service to pilots for a truly concierge level of service you deserve!
Dr Barrows is the business development partner, pilot, occassional wing-walker, and extreme sports enthusiast behind DOCFAA.
When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.
DOCFAA streamlines the process of obtaining your Aviation Medical Exam and Airman Medical Certificate. We are fully integrated with the FAA MedXPress system, enabling us to seamlessly process your medical history and your medical examination directly to the FAA, greatly accelerating the process of obtaining your Aviation Medical Certificate or Student Pilot Certificate. We provide all classes of medical certificates, including Class I.
DOCFAA is one of the few aviation medical practices in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex qualified by the FAA to conduct Class I aviation medical exams. This stringent examination requires EKG testing at least once after age 35 and annually after age 40, in additional to meeting all the requirements of the Class II and Class III exams. The cost of the EKG (if required) is included in the price of the exam.
A second-class airman medical certificate is required for commercial, non-airline duties (e.g., for crop dusters, corporate pilots) and is valid for 1 year plus the remainder of the days in the month of examination. Those exercising the privileges of a flight engineer certificate, a flight navigator certificate, or acting as air traffic control tower operator must hold a second-class airman medical certificate.
A third-class airman medical certificate is required to exercise the privileges of a private pilot certificate, recreational pilot certificate, a flight instructor certificate, or a student pilot certificate.
You haven't seen a tree until you've seen its shadow from the sky.
DOCFAA is a concierge service for pilots in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. We are fully integrated with the FAA's electronic systems and we can process your aviation medical certificate fast! Simply follow the steps below to complete your Form 8500-8 with the FAA, then pass the confirmation code to our system when you book your appointment!
Complete FAA Form 8500-8 using the FAA MedXPress System
Read the instructions carefully and make sure your name matches your government-issued ID *exactly* to prevent delays.
You will automatically receive a confirmation code from the FAA upon completion of Form 8500-8. Save this number!
Example only - obtain your number on the FAA MedXpress website