- Director, AOPA Medical Certification Services
- 25 years assisting AOPA members
- Former operating room technician and Emergency Medical Technician
- Pilot since 1973
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The FAA sent a letter about my medical. Now what?
We occasionally hear from members who walked out of the aviation medical examiner’s (AME’s) office with a medical in hand, and then, sometimes months later, receive a letter from the FAA questioning their eligibility to hold a medical certificate. There are a couple of scenarios that could be conspiring here to raise your blood pressure … to continue reading…
Gary Crump, AOPA’s director of medical certification, is a former operating room technician and emergency medical technician who has been assisting AOPA members for more than 25 years. He’s also a medical expert for AOPA’s Pilot Protection Services and has been flying since 1973.