Over 55 Years Helping Pilots
Our 55+ years of experience in medical assistance and supervision of claimants, definitely show that we get pilots back on flight status sooner than when unassisted. Significant dollars will be saved when we assist pilots back to the cockpit 3 months, 6 months or a year earlier than might otherwise be the case. On occasion, we'll help a pilot back where they would otherwise have been out permanently. In those situations, the benefit will be immeasurable.
We provide real benefits to our insured pilots by promoting pilot well-being through programs of prevention, early intervention and medical assistance. By focusing on these three levels of service to provide a viable benefit to pilots, we can get them back to work sooner than when unassisted.
We believe that the best way to protect pilots is to keep them in the cockpit. Education is the key to awareness. That's why we've published the Aviation Medical Bulletin for over 30 years. Our bulletin is a well known publication filled with up-to-date, helpful information that is particularly relevant to those whose good health is critical to their livelihood. The popularity of the Aviation Medical Bulletin is derived from its concise, understandable format. Pilots and their families read it, like it and learn from it.
While today's lifestyles are better and people are generally healthier, most people don't take their health seriously until they're faced with a problem. This situation can frequently be changed through pro-active attention to health and preventive medical input. Providing personal preventive medical information services to our clients is invaluable. Our medical department staff will interface with pilots and their individual attending physician to make sure the right steps, treatment and medication are being prescribed, to both solve the medical problem and allow continued flying, where possible.
Whether you hold one of our insurance policies, are a claimant under a policy that we manage for an airline, union, or association, you will be backed by the Harvey Watt Network of Aerospace Medical Examiners.