About Our FAA BasicMed Clinic 2017-12-02T13:55:22+00:00

FAA BasicMed Exam

$38.00 Basic Med Physicals       $40.00 FAA Drug Testing

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Our Clinic Specializes in helping Pilots  meet the BasicMed requirements so you can operate under BasicMed (without an FAA medical certificate) right now!

Dr. Scott C. Koltes
Dr. Scott C. KoltesFAA BasicMed Doctor
CEO / Executive President, FAA BasicMed & Federal DOT Physician, National Federal Drug & Alcohol Testing Specialist
FAA BasicMed Clinic
FAA BasicMed Clinic6944 Nicollet Avenue South, Richfield MN 55423
Minnesota Leaders In FAA BasicMed Physicals
Dr. John J. Hilo
Dr. John J. HiloFAA BasicMed Doctor & Clinic Director
Hospital Coordinator, FAA BasicMed & DOT Physician, National Federal Drug & Alcohol Testing Specialist

FAA BasicMed Exams

  1. Comply with the general BasicMed requirements (possess a U.S. driver’s license, have held a medical after July 14, 2006).
  2. Get a physical exam with a state-licensed BasicMed physician, using the Comprehensive Medical Examination Checklist
  3. Complete a BasicMed medical education course;
  4. Go fly!
  • Any aircraft authorized under federal law to carry not more than 6 occupants
  • Has a maximum certificated takeoff weight of not more than 6,000 pounds
  • Carries not more than five passengers
  • Operates under VFR or IFR, within the United States, at less than 18,000 feet MSL, not exceeding 250 knots.
  • Flight not operated for compensation or hire

(1) A mental health disorder, limited to an established medical history or clinical diagnosis of—

  1. A personality disorder that is severe enough to have repeatedly manifested itself by overt acts;
  2. A psychosis, defined as a case in which an individual—
    1. Has manifested delusions, hallucinations, grossly bizarre or disorganized behavior, or other commonly accepted symptoms of psychosis; or
    2. May reasonably be expected to manifest delusions, hallucinations, grossly bizarre or disorganized behavior, or other commonly accepted symptoms of psychosis;
  3. A bipolar disorder; or
  4. A substance dependence within the previous 2 years, as defined in §67.307(a)(4) of 14 Code of Federal Regulations

(2) A neurological disorder, limited to an established medical history or clinical diagnosis of any of the following:

  1. Epilepsy;
  2. Disturbance of consciousness without satisfactory medical explanation of the cause; or
  3. A transient loss of control of nervous system functions without satisfactory medical explanation of the cause.

(3) A cardiovascular condition, limited to a one-time special issuance for each diagnosis of the following:

  1. Myocardial infarction;
  2. Coronary heart disease that has required treatment;
  3. Cardiac valve replacement; or
  4. Heart replacement.
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OUR PILOTS SAY

MINNESOTA LEADERS IN FAA BasicMed Exams

Best FAA Physical I have ever had

Mark Mcealn

Being an attorney in Minnesota I could not have asked for a better clinic.

Todd Gardner , Gardner Law Office

Fast Easy and Cost Efficient.  I waiting no more then 20 minutes to see the doctor.

ANDY JAMERSON