In the surgery of Dr. Ilona Rost and Dr. Catharina Czerny you can have your aeromedical examinations for class 2 carried out by us. At the initial examination, i.e. when applying for your pilot's license, you will need a photo ID.
Dr. Catharina Czerny
As a general practitioner, Catharina Czerny is your aviation medical expert. Currently she works exclusively in class 2 for
private pilots, trainee pilots and cabin crew. She will be happy to answer your questions and arrange an aeromedical examination at the Villa Medica in Mödling.
Required documents for an aeromedical check-up
As part of the check-up at Dr. Rost and Dr. Czerny we need various documents from you: the number of hours you have flown, your pilot's license, your last medical certificate and your photo ID. If the diopters of your glasses have changed, please bring your current spectacle passport with you for a check-up. If you wear contact lenses, please do not use them on the day of the examination!
When do you need to contact your AME?
In some cases you are obliged to report to your doctor. If you have doubts about your medical fitness, but also at the beginning of a regular intake of medication (e.g. blood pressure lowering medication, blood thinning medication, antidepressants, sedatives etc.), in the case of a surgical or invasive procedure, in the case of serious injuries or serious illness, if you are ill for more than 21 days, when you are admitted to hospital (irrespective of the duration of your stay) and when you are initially prescribed a corrective visual aid.
Our doctors are your contacts for an aeromedical examination
Our doctors Dr. Ilona Rost and Dr. Catharina Czerny as well as and the ophthalmologist Dr. Alexander Fous are at your disposal for the aeromedical examination. It is your own responsibility to make the reports and is necessary to ensure safety in aviation! Simply make an appointment by telephone at our reception under the telephone number 02236 866 066. Villa Medica in Mödling is looking forward to your visit!