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14 CFR Ch. I (1–1–18 Edition) 

§ 67.411 

(c) Any action taken under § 67.407(c) 

that wholly or partly reverses the issue 
of a medical certificate by an aviation 
medical examiner is the denial of a 
medical certificate under paragraph (b) 
of this section. 

(d) If the issue of a medical certifi-

cate is wholly or partly reversed by the 
Federal Air Surgeon; the Manager, 
Aeromedical Certification Division; or 
a Regional Flight Surgeon, the person 
holding that certificate shall surrender 
it, upon request of the FAA. 

§ 67.411

[Reserved] 

§ 67.413

Medical records. 

(a) Whenever the Administrator finds 

that additional medical information or 
history is necessary to determine 
whether you meet the medical stand-
ards required to hold a medical certifi-
cate, you must: 

(1) Furnish that information to the 

FAA; or 

(2) Authorize any clinic, hospital, 

physician, or other person to release to 
the FAA all available information or 
records concerning that history. 

(b) If you fail to provide the re-

quested medical information or history 
or to authorize its release, the FAA 
may suspend, modify, or revoke your 
medical certificate or, in the case of an 
applicant, deny the application for a 
medical certificate. 

(c) If your medical certificate is sus-

pended, modified, or revoked under 
paragraph (b) of this section, that sus-
pension or modification remains in ef-
fect until you provide the requested in-
formation, history, or authorization to 
the FAA and until the FAA determines 
that you meet the medical standards 
set forth in this part. 

[Doc. No. FAA–2007–27812, 73 FR 43066, July 
24, 2008] 

§ 67.415

Return of medical certificate 

after suspension or revocation. 

The holder of any medical certificate 

issued under this part that is sus-
pended or revoked shall, upon the Ad-
ministrator’s request, return it to the 
Administrator. 

PART 68—REQUIREMENTS FOR OP-

ERATING CERTAIN SMALL AIR-
CRAFT WITHOUT A MEDICAL 
CERTIFICATE 

Sec. 
68.1

Applicability. 

68.3

Medical education course requirements. 

68.5

Comprehensive medical examination. 

68.7

Comprehensive medical examination 

checklist. 

68.9

Special Issuance process. 

68.11

Authority to require additional infor-

mation. 

A

UTHORITY

: 49 U.S.C. 106(f), 44701–44703, sec. 

2307 of Pub. L. 114–190, 130 Stat. 615 (49 U.S.C. 
44703 note). 

S

OURCE

: Docket FAA–2016–9157, Amdt. 68–1, 

82 FR 3165, Jan. 11, 2017, unless otherwise 
noted. 

§ 68.1

Applicability. 

This part prescribes the medical edu-

cation and examination requirements 
for operating an aircraft under 
§ 61.113(i) of this chapter without hold-
ing a medical certificate issued under 
part 67 of this chapter. 

§ 68.3

Medical education course re-

quirements. 

(a) The medical education course re-

quired to act as pilot in command in an 
operation under § 61.113(i) of this chap-
ter must— 

(1) Educate pilots on conducting med-

ical self-assessments; 

(2) Advise pilots on identifying warn-

ing signs of potential serious medical 
conditions; 

(3) Identify risk mitigation strategies 

for medical conditions; 

(4) Increase awareness of the impacts 

of potentially impairing over-the- 
counter and prescription drug medica-
tions; 

(5) Encourage regular medical exami-

nations and consultations with pri-
mary care physicians; 

(6) Inform pilots of the regulations 

pertaining to the prohibition on oper-
ations during medical deficiency and 
medically disqualifying conditions; and 

(7) Provide the checklist developed 

by the FAA in accordance with § 68.7. 

(b) Upon successful completion of the 

medical education course, the fol-
lowing items must be electronically 
provided to the individual seeking to 

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