Board Cerified Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
What to expect during your exam
In order to expedite the examination process, it may be helpful for certain pilots with medical issues needing clearances, waivers or special issuances to provide a copy of their application ahead of time for review. Working closely with the AME can help you obtain the proper medical documentations from your treating physician and to come to our office more prepared. If you have any special FAA letters please bring them with you. This can save you valuable time, and will make the medical evaluation and certification process more streamlined, so that you can get back to safe flying as soon as possible.
What to bring to your Exam
Randolph Rosarion M.D.
Tel. 718-701-5949 or 718-939-9020
College Point , New York 11356
Randolph Rosarion M.D., Aviation Medical Examiner (AME)
Perfoming FAA AME aeromedical certification for Commercial & Private pilots
Doctor Randolph Rosarion has worked as a physician specializing in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation for over 20 years and in occupational medicine performing DOT physicals, Drug & Alcohol Testing and Reviews as a Certified Medical Review officer (MRO) for over 10 years. He is a certified Examiner of Divers and a member of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Society trained in diving physiology and the evaluation of commercial, academic and recreational deep sea divers. His interest also includes Travel Medicine and is a member of the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM). He is a designated U.S. Civil Surgeon who evaluates immigrant applicants who wish to change their status. He provides routine, and required vaccinations for travel and immigration at his office in College Point, New York.
As a designated Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) for the Eastern Region, he has privileges to perform FAA aeromedical certifications for student, Class 2 & Class 3 pilots. With his many years of experience evaluating professionals in safety sensitive positions such as commercial truck drivers, merchant mariners and seafarers in the Department of Transportation and Department of Homeland Security, Dr. Rosarion is always meticulous and diligent with all aspects of his work. With the FAA, he is also very cognizant of the special responsibilities and specialized knowledge required to evaluate the airman in accordance with regulations and procedures prescribed by FAA.
Not every pilot is the same, or have the same needs, which is why Dr. Rosarion will evaluate each pilot individually to assure that she or he is safe and meets FAA standards and regulations, whether certification is relatively straightforward, or complex and requiring special issuances.
DOT Medical Examiner
DOT PHYSICALS, AVIATION MEDICINE, MARINER/SEAFARER MEDICAL,
DRUG & ALCOHOL TESTING -MEDICAL REVIEW OFFICER, Green Card Physicals
If you would like to make an appointment please call 718-939-9020. Be sure to complete your application through the FAA MedXPress electronic application system prior to visiting our office in College Point.
PARKING: There is metered and free street parking. However, depending on your appointment time, to avoid any hassle, there is a Municipal Parking Lot 1 block from our office on 14th Avenue (Just off College Point Blvd across from a Capital One Bank).
Call Us: 718-701-5949 /
College Point Municipal Parking Field
121-26 14th Avenue, Queens, NY 11356
35 spaces, (including 2 spaces for people with disabilities)
Monday to Saturday, 8 am to 10 pm
Unattended metered facility (Pay and Display)
Accepts quarters, dollar coins, NYC Parking Cards and credit cards.
25¢ per 15 minutes, 4 hour limit (35 spaces, 2 spaces for people with disabilities)