KEEP YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY UP TO DATE
Airmen, as I have said many times, always keep the FAA informed of any new changes in your medical history. This includes any new medications, new medical diagnosis, or new surgical procedures. Failure on your part to keep your profile accurate and up to date could result in you not being able to get your certificate on the day of …Read More
Happy New Year!!!
Our office would like to extend best wishes for a safe and prosperous 2017 for our airmen. We look forward to seeing you at your next visit, if we can be of any assistance to you prior to your visit please do not hesitate to contact our office. Sincerely, Ronald H. Johnson, M.D.Read More
Watch the Scale !!
Don’t eat the desert. It is important to watch your weight and your BMI. If your BMI hits a certain trigger point it could cause you to develop sleep apnea. Do you snore during sleep, if so you may want to consider sleep studies. Do you suffer from daytime sleepiness? If you have any of these symptoms please feel …Read More
We are here to Help.
Airmen, Should you have any medical questions regarding new medical conditions or new medications that may have been prescribed by your primary care physician, please call our office. Remember this could impact your ability to fly and maintain your certificate with the FAA, please do not hesitate to call our office for guidance in reporting these issues. Thanks, Ronald H. …Read More
Just Think About it !!
If you have a new medical condition do you think it should be reported to the FAA? If you have been prescribed new medications do you think the FAA wants to know about your medications? If you answered no to either of these questions you are sadly mistaken and most likely will have problems with the FAA and keeping your …Read More
Don’t Fear The FAA !!!
Everyday our office fields several questions from new and returning pilots who have a new medical issues but have trepidation about reporting said issue to the FAA. Being a Senior Aviation Medical Examiner for several years our office has worked intimately with the officials of the FAA. The FAA is a good organization that only wants the best for Pilots …Read More
It was a very good year !!!
During this holiday season our office would like to thank all of the airmen we have treated over the past 12 months, we look forward to seeing you in 2016. As a small gesture of our appreciation please remember to pick up your token of our appreciation at the front desk when you get your certificate. We hope you find …Read More
Keep Your Profile Updated
Airmen, Please remember to keep your medical history and medication profile updated with the FAA. Failure to keep your medical history updated can result in deferral, or denial of your medical certificate. If you have any new medications or new medical diagnosis that need to be reported to the FAA and you are uncertain how to report this information please …Read More
Ronald H. Johnson, M.D.
Proud of your baby? Please feel free to share photos of your Airplane with our office, we will be happy to post them to our website!! Thanks, Ronald H. Johnson, M.D.Read More
Ronald H. Johnson, M.D.
Enjoy the Summer !!! Well, the warm weather is here and I’m sure everyone will be on the road or in the air traveling. Be careful, have fun and enjoy the beach. If you have a moment look at your last medical certificate issued in our office. Check your weight on the date of your exam. Are you at that …Read More