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, Birmingham City, Blackfriars, Canary Wharf, Chislehurst, Holborn, Kings Cross, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Manchester Airport, Marylebone, Old Street, Orpington, Oxford Street, Paddington, Twickenham, Victoria, Wandsworth and Waterloo or you can book a Video Appointment