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Civil Aviation Medical Examinations

Our civil aviation examiners are seeing pilots in-person and not virtually. Dr. Jeremy Fong and Dr. Fay Zhu are currently accepting new aviation patients, and doing renewals for pilots. 

We gladly see patients for category 1, 2, and 3 exams.

No walk-ins, we only see booked patients.


1 / How do I book an appointment?

2 / What do I need to do to prepare for my appointment?
  • We will e-mail you a COVID screening questionnaire

  • Please arrive 10 minutes early as you will need time for paperwork / registration. If you arrive late, your appointment will have to be rebooked.

  • If you wear glasses / contact lenses, please bring them

  • If you already have an aviation license, please bring your booklet / license

3 / What type of tests will I need? 
  • Every patient undergoes a history and physical exam, and depending on your personal circumstances, you may need a urine test, ECG (both can be done in the lab downstairs), or hearing test (there is an audiologist in our building)

4/ Can you renew a FAA (American) aviation license?
  • Sorry, but none of our examiners are qualified to do this

5/ How long does it take to get a license for a new applicant?
  • As soon as you finish your tests, we submit your application to Transport Canada headquarters at North York, and one of the regional medical officers there has to approve your application.

  • Our clinic is not the site responsible for approving new licenses. There are significant backlogs at Transport Canada headquarters and the wait-time is typically over 4 months.

  • if you have questions about your application, you should contact the Transport Canada Ontario regional office directly at 416-952-0562

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