Oct 2, 2012 MedXPress is mandatory All pilots are required to use the online medical application MedXPress to complete the FAA airman medical prior to visiting an aviation medical examiner.
What does AME stand for?
AME stands for Aviation Medical Examiner
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We have 262 other meanings of AME in our Acronym Attic
- Atlantic Music Event (Bi-Annual Nordic Showcase)
- Audit Management Expert (software)
- August Mack Environmental, Inc. (various locations)
- Authorised Medical Examiner
- Automated Maintenance Environment
- Automatic Message Exchange
- Auxiliary Mission Equipment (US DoD)
- Average Model Error
- Aviation Maintenance Evaluation
- Aviation Mechanic Egress (safety equipment)
- Aviation Metalsmith
- Aviation Mission Equipment
- Aviation Structural Mechanic Safety Equipment (US Navy)
- Department of Energy, Assistant Manager for Energy (sometimes seen as DOE AME)
- Department of Energy, Assistant Manager for Facilities & Laboratory Management (sometimes seen as DOE RL-AME)
- Associação Médico Espírita do Brasil (Portuguese, Brazilian Medical Spiritist Association)
- Associação Médico-Espírita do Brasil (Portuguese, Brazilian Medical Spiritist Association)
- Action Movie Essentials 2 (video)
- Apparent Mineralocorticoid Excess, Type 2
- Aero Medical Evacuation Association (Sacremento, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For pilots and commercial drivers, the aviation medical examiner or licensed medical examiner, respectively, issues the medical certificates in cases where applicants pass a physical examination.
95 Donald Berman is a doctor with over forty years of experience who has expertise as a military flight surgeon, a senior aviation medical examiner, and holds a commercial pilot license with instrument, multi-engine, seaplane and helicopter ratings.
Commercial pilots must be examined every six months but cannot go to their regular doctors unless they are certified as Aviation Medical Examiners (AME's), according to FAA rules.