Welcome SWAPA Members!
The Southwest Airlines Pilots’ Association, (SWAPA) has partnered with Aviation Medicine Advisory Service (AMAS) to bring our world-class aeromedical service to you! The AMAS team is proud to be your Aeromedical Service provider!
Please note the recent changes to eligibility for all SWAPA pilots. SWAPA has recently contracted with AMAS to provide full services to all its members. There is no longer a referral system in place so any member in good standing (dues-paying) is able to participate in this program.
Our Physicians, Nurse Case Managers and Administrative support team are available Monday – Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Mountain Time to provide assistance. Confidential Questionnaires, voicemail and fax are available 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Members can also contact our office at 1-866-AEROMED (237-6633) or (720) 857 – 6117.
**If you are contacting our office for the first time, we recommend that you call us or submit a Confidential Questionnaire rather than send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will help us create your client file and assign a physician to contact you with no delays.
Send us your question via secure Confidential Questionnaire
If you have a question for our physicians, follow the instructions below to submit a Confidential Questionnaire.
- Open a SWAPA Confidential Questionnaire
- Complete the required fields and submit.
- An AMAS physician will respond to your inquiry within 2 business days.
*Please note: Do not select Individual Confidential Questionnaire from the Consult an AMAS Physician page; this option is for pilots outside of Atlas Air and there is a fee associated with that service.
Please submit records to our office via email to Records@aviationmedicine.com (Please note that this dropbox is not for routine correspondence) or fax (720) 343-2865 or mail to our office at the address listed below:
Aviation Medicine Advisory Services
15530 E. Broncos Pkwy, Ste 350
Centennial, CO 80112
Case Management for Pilots who already have a Case in Progress
Pilots who are already working with an Aeromedical service provider can transfer their case to an AMAS physician
- In order to assist, the AMAS physician will need a copy of all records gathered by the current service provider
- If a package was submitted to the FAA, the AMAS physician will need a copy of the entire submission package
- The pilot should contact the current service provider to obtain a copy of the records and/or FAA package and send to AMAS as AMAS is unable to gather records for airmen
- Copies of records can be emailed to Records@aviationmedicine.com or sent via overnight carrier to: 15530 E. Broncos Pkwy, Suite 350, Centennial, CO 80112
- Once received, the AMAS physician will review the documents and contact the pilot to discuss the process moving forward