Dr. Mary Gray is a certified EASA Aero-Medical Examiner (AME)
CAA update: The CAA recognised Irish AME medicals up to 31/12/22, and will recognise certs issued up to 31/12/22 until the expiry date. We are awaiting further decisions by the UK
Medicals that are undertaken include:
Class 1 renewals
Class 3 ATCO renewals
Medicals can be done up to 45 days before the expiry date of your current certificate without affecting your next expiry date.
Please bring a current Driving licence or Passport.
You do not need to be fasting for the medical!
For more information please visit EASA at:
To help avoid delays:
Let our reception staff know which medical you require when booking and whether you are due an ECG or audiogram (due dates are on your cert).
Please bring your current / most recent medical certificate with you.
Bring your most recent prescription from your optician if you wear glasses or contact lenses - especially if there have been changes since your last medical.
If wearing contact lenses to the medical please bring your contact lense case or glasses with you as eyesight needs to be checked without and with the contact lenses.
If you have had medical tests or procedures since your last aviation medical please bring a copy of the results / reports with you. Your GP should be able to provide you with these.