Quit Smoking, Aviation Medical Exams & More in Moonbeam

The picturesque landscape at Remi Lake Holiday Bay in Moonbeam is the perfect place to quit smoking in a relaxing, safe and non-judgemental environment. Remi Lake Holiday Bay is operated by Dr. L. C. Larabie, who is proud to offer her smoking cessation boot camp at our park. Dr. Larabie is also equipped to perform aviation medical examinations at her clinic in Kingston.

Dr. L.C. Larabie

Smoking Cessation Counselling

Dr. Larabie offers counselling for smokers looking to quit. Her background in clinical psychology, plus extensive research in abrupt smoking cessation qualifies her to aid those who struggle to quit. Using a proven method, our quit smoking boot camp provides a supportive and non-judgemental environment to equip you with the tools you need to kick the habit for good.


Your Trusted Civil Aviation Medical Examiner

Choosing a highly experienced Civil Aviation Medical Examiner to perform your medical exam could mean the difference between maintaining your fitness to fly status or being grounded unnecessarily. Even if your aviation medical exam has revealed a problem, an astute CAME can keep you flying while the problem is under investigation. Based in Kingston, Dr. Larabie has helped pilots stay in the air safely since 1988.


Frequently Asked Questions About Aviation Medical Examinations

What is involved in a civil aviation medical examination?

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How quickly can I get my aviation medical exam?

Often, same day or next day service is available for urgent medicals.


How do I prepare for my aviation medical examination?

If this is your first aviation examination...

  1. Arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time.
  2. Be prepared to give a urine specimen.
  3. Complete Part A of the Medical Examination Report (MER).
  4. Choose Category 1 (commercial) or Category 3 (private).
  5. If you wear glasses, contact lenses, or have had laser eye surgery, kindly provide a copy of your most recent eye exam.
  6. If you wear contact lenses, you still need to carry prescription glasses with you in case of loss of a lens during flight. Please bring these with you for your medical exam.
  7. If you wear reading glasses, please bring these with you.
  8. If you have had complex medical problems or recent surgery, bring relevant medical records for your exam. This will save time in processing your medical.
  9. Finally, bring any medication you use on a regular basis.


For a renewal medical exam:

  1. Follow above instructions 1-9.
  2. Bring your medical certificate or passport with you.
  3. If your contact lens or eyeglass prescription has changed since your last medical exam, kindly provide an updated report.
  4. Finally, if you have undergone surgery or experienced any serious medical problems since your last aviation medical exam, bring relevant medical records.


I need my aviation medical exam before I am allowed to take my solo flight. I only have a week before I solo. How can I make this happen?

If you are determined to be “fit to fly” when your medical exam is complete, Dr. Larabie will sign a Category 4 Declaration which may allow you to solo before receiving your Medical Certification from Transport Canada. However, confirm this with your Flying Instructor prior to booking your solo flight.


Give us a call today to learn more about our smoking cessation boot camp and Dr. Larabie’s aviation medical examinations in Kingston.


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