Skydiving Medical Certificate
So, you plan on jumping out of a plane? While skydiving is a highly popular extreme sport, it’s not without its risks.
Who needs a medical certificate?
Anyone over the age of 40, and all tandem jumpers, require a medical certificate signed and stamped by a registered doctor. This rule also applies for anyone who’s had any of the following medical conditions:
- Severe head injury
- Recurrent blackouts
- Any kind of brain or nervous system disease
- Heart or lung disease
- Mental illness
- Drug or alcohol addiction
Please note, this list is not exclusive. Please check with the your skydiving authority if you’re at all unsure if you require a medical before the big jump.
What does the medical exam include?
- Medical Exam
How long will the appointment take?
You will need a 15-minute appointment costing £108 (including VAT). Additional tests and longer appointments, if required, will incur an additional charge.
What do I need to bring?
You will need to bring with you a summary of your medical notes.
How do I book?
Simply book online for a 15-minute appointment with one of our fully qualified doctors. Make sure to mention the ‘skydiving medical exam’ in the notes section. Alternatively, give us a call or send us an email for more information.
A 15-minute medical exam & certificate costs from £108 (inc. VAT).
Clinic Locations: Barbican, Blackfriars, Canary Wharf, Holborn, Kings Cross, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Marylebone, Old Street, Orpington, Oxford Street, Paddington, Victoria, Wandsworth and Waterloo