|Primary Legislation:||Civil Aviation Act s27B(1) refers to 'the report of the medical examiner'|
|Secondary Legislation:||CAR Part 67.57|
|Form:||24067-002 Medical Examination Report [PDF 83 KB]|
|To be completed by:||The Medical Examiner|
Once a properly completed Application for Medical Certificate has been received, the Medical Examiner (ME) can commence history taking, examination and investigation as necessary.
This Medical Examination Report form is the examining ME’s responsibility and contains the following:
If additional space is required the ME should attach additional page(s) to the Medical Examination form.
If the ME has the appropriate delegation(s), that ME can assess the applicant for the issue of a Medical Certificate. Refer to Assessment by Medical Examiner.
If not, the necessary report(s) must be forwarded to a ME who holds the appropriate delegation(s).
Under rule 67.55(2) an applicant must produce a current NZ Passport, a current NZ Driver Licence, or an equivalent photographic identification that is acceptable to the Director:
The ME should attach a photocopy of the photographic identification produced by the applicant at the time of a first application.
All CAA participants are identified by a unique CAA identification number.
When dealing with a new applicant, the ME must obtain from CAA the identification number by sending a request and the first page of the application to email@example.com.
CAA can usually provide this number within 2 working days.
The number must be entered on all forms and documents.