Aviation Medical Exam
A full medical examination and certification for both commercial and private pilots. Testing includes history and physical assessment, audiogram, vision, colour vision and as indicated ECGs and cardiac stress tests.
Travel Medicine Consultation
Travel Medicine Initial Consultation
Travel medicine is a specialty focused on the prevention of illness during or after travel, especially to less developed or tropical countries. The risk of infectious diseases such as malaria, dengue fever, travellers' diarrhea and hepatitis are reviewed by the physician consultant and recommendations are provided for mitigating these risks. Immunizations including yellow fever and prescriptions for malaria prophylaxis, standby antibiotics and jet lag medications may all be prescribed. Vaccine costs are not included in the consultation fee.
Travel Medicine Follow up Consultation
This is indicated for those travelling to many different geographic locations throughout the year, requiring new risk assessment and recommendations each time. Vaccine costs are not included in the consultation fee.
Altitude Screening Examination
Those who travel to altitudes greater than 10,000 feet (3,300 metres) have considerable risk of altitude or mountain sickness that ranges from mild to life threatening. Certain health conditions may increase this risk, and many companies require medical screening of their employees before deploying them to these heights. Testing includes history and physical examination by the consultant physician, oxygen saturation level and lung function, ECG and stress test, and limited blood work. Examinees receive a medical certificate and completion of specific forms as indicated.