NATA FAA Medical Certification Services Program

The NATA FAA Medical Certification Services benefit program is now exclusively available through the association to all Part 135 air carriers and their pilots, as well as Part 91 corporate flight departments and their pilots, for a budget-friendly flat, per-pilot monthly fee. NATA members are eligible for a significant additional discount.

Administered by Harvey Watt & Co., this program was previously available only when combined with insurance products or by Airlines to their pilots. NATA’s FAA Medical Certification Services program grants an operator’s pilots unlimited confidential access to doctors & nurses, a subscription to Harvey Watt’s monthly Aviation Medical Bulletin and expert representation in submitting documents to the FAA, responding to FAA inquiries, expediting recertification case reviews, appeals, and presenting cases to specialty FAA board hearings.

Contact Harvey Watt at 800-241-6103 or visit http://harveywatt.com/AirlinesUnions/nata.
Three Levels of Assistance
EDUCATION PREVENTIVE MEDICAL FAA RECERTIFICATION
The Aviation Medical Bulletin is provided electronically to participants, delivering brief summaries of the latest health research and studies.
Don't hesitate to call or email. Their doctors can help pilots and their treating physicians evaluate treatment options.

They know FAA requirements, when to take action, and how to avoid unnecessary grounding and certification delays.
Confidential assistance from full-time doctors and nurses led by Dr. Waren Silberman, former Chief of the FAA Certification Division. We submit cases, expedite approval, interface with the FAA on pilots' behalf, handle appeals, and confidentially advocate for airmen.
Benefits Overview

As an FAA-recognized "Pilot Advocacy Organization," Harvey Watt helps
pilots:
  • Receive expedited case reviews and decisions by leveraging their knowledge of what documentation/testing is needed
  • Work directly with the FAA Medical Certification Institute in Oklahoma City Federal Flight Surgeon in Washington, D.C. and Regional Flight Surgeons
  • With proactive AeroMedical guidance to reduce time away from cockpit
  • By responding quickly to FAA requests on behalf of pilots
  • By proactively identifying and assisting pilots affected by unpublished FAA changes to the approved medications list


Contact Harvey Watt at 800-241-6103 or visit http://harveywatt.com/AirlinesUnions/nata.