Cabin Crew in Airline Transport (CC)

I examine and issue a Medical Report for a flight attendant. I strive for a sensitive and professional approach so that the examination is not stressful or unpleasant. I emphasize a friendly environment and try to have an open conversation. The examination by the aeromedical examiner is to assure the cabin crew that their health condition allows them to perform reliably in order to maintain the safety of the passengers. Another goal of the medical examination is also to recommend to the aviator the treatment of chronic diseases with such drugs so that they are not a risk when working on board and when dealing with crisis situations in the cabin during the flight. Thanks to advances in medical science, almost anyone can become a flight attendant. The overall success rate in the examination and obtaining the Medical Report is over 99%, it corresponds to world standards and therefore there is no reason to fear the examination. In modern aviation medicine, we no longer look for medical reasons why not to fly, but look for ways to enable you to fly.


What is the procedure of the medical exam?

  • I make an appointment for an examination at a specific hour and make an appointment throughout the day. It is not necessary to come early in the morning, but at the agreed hour.
  • I carefully ensure that patients do not wait for me and I keep to the appointment time.
  • The examination in my outpatient clinic takes about 60 minutes, during which I constantly attend to you.
  • I issue the medical report for the flight attendant immediately after the examination.
  • It is not necessary to come on an empty stomach.
  • You can find the price of the examination here.

Who can come to me for the flight attendant examination?

  • Every flight attendant.
  • Anyone undergoing flight attendant training.
  • Each holder of a Cabin Crew Medical Report.
  • The Cabin Crew Medical Report issued by me must be accepted by all authorities and operators in the European Union according to the regulation.
  • I also renew restricted certificates and limited certificates, if you suffer from a serious illness.
  • I renew the Medical Reports for flight attendants issued abroad according to Part-MED rules.
  • I can renew or reissue an expired Cabin Crew Medical Report at any time.

What medical tests do I perform to obtain a Cabin Crew Medical Report?

  • I only perform medical tests requested by the Part-MED law.
  • I do not perform any other examinations that are not required by Par-MED or the need for them did not arise due to the applicant's state of health.
  • I do not perform any traditional psychotests.
  • I have all the necessary equipment and instruments for a standard inspection. If there is no reason for this arising from your possible illness, I will not send you to any other doctors and you will not wait in any other waiting room.
  • I perform clinical examination, EKG, eye examination, ENT examination and urinalysis as prescribed in Part-MED.
  • Only in justified circumstances is it necessary to complete other examinations.

Where and for when can I make the medical exam appointment?

  • You can make your appointment by phone every working day from 8 to 18 o’clock.
  • The address, map, public transportation, parking recommendation, and other details can be found in the Contact page.
  • If you come for the examination up to 45 days before the expiration of the previous Medical Certificate, its validity is not shortened, so by coming earlier, you will not lose any time period during which the previous Medical Certificate should have been still valid.

What should I take with me for the medical exam?

  • Bring along the things that you carry with you on the plane: ID card or passport, the last Cabin Crew Medical Report, and glasses, if you use them.
  • You don’t need to have health documentation from the medical facility where you were last examined for Cabin Crew Medical Report. I require neither a medical report from the practitioner nor other medical documentation.
  • If you suffer from any serious illness or if you constantly keep taking medication, inform me in advance, when making your appointment. In this case, it may be necessary, under certain circumstances, to have a medical report from your practitioner. It is recommended to consult the procedure in advance, when making your appointment.
  • The Cabin Crew Medical Report application form can be filled out in advance, using large and legible capital letters, or we can fill it out together in my office.




On-line appointment booking in Prague and Ostrava


Phone: +420 603 423 470

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Office hours


Monday to Thursday: 08.00 - 18.00


Friday: 11.00 - 18.30