CASA Medical Record System (2016)
The CASA medical record system, introduced in march 2016, is called MRS2.
The Pilot or Controller will be sent a reminder email from CASA when their medical is coming up for renewal with a link. You then complete three online questions: Your name, date of birth and ARN. You’ll be sent an email to your CASA registered email address with a link. Click on that link to go to another online form. You’ll now be able to see when your medical expires, when it was issued, and the CASA age-related tests required in future.
You complete the online medical form which is a series of questions about your medical history. You submit the form and it is then uploaded to CASA. At this stage, for Class 1 and 3 medicals you also pay CASA’s processing fee online using a credit card. For Class 2 medicals you do not pay the CASA fee until the time of attending the medical.
When you attend your aviation medical appointment, your DAME will log onto the medical records system MRS2. Hey Presto! Your DAME will see the details of your previously answered online questions. As you can see, the process is more streamlined than the previous system.
Your DAME will go through your answers to the online medical form and is able to amend or update your responses.
Your DAME will ask you to electronically sign (using a pen mouse) the Declaration form. After you complete your medical, and any tests are completed, your DAME will submit the medical to CASA electronically.
You will be emailed a copy of your revalidated medical certificate – no more medical certificates in the post!
Make sure you have signed up for a CASA Customer account.
After you login, navigate to the medical section. Here is a sample screenshot from my the medical section of The pilot or controller’s own CASA self-service logon: