Air Force Medicine

Organizations

The Air Force Medical Service is comprised of nearly 60,000 active duty, Reserve, civilian, and contract medical and support professionals who are responsible for the care of more than 2.6 million patients. The Air Force has 63 medical facilities in the continental United States and 12 at overseas locations. More than 1,700 Air Force medical personnel are deployed to 19 countries and have moved more than 85,000 patients out of the Central Command area of operations since October 2001.

Headquarters Air Force

  • SG1/8 - Manpower, Personnel, and Resources
  • SG3/5 - Medical Operations and Research
  • SGJ - Legal Advisor to the Surgeon General
  • AFMSA - Air Force Medical Support Agency
    • SG1 - Medical Force Development
    • SG8 - Medical Plans and Programs
    • SGX - Medical Readiness
    • SG3 - Healthcare Operations
    • SG5 - Acquisitions
    • SG6 - Office of the Chief Information Officer
    • SG9 - Research, Development & Innovation
  • AFMOA - Air Force Medical Operations Agency
    • SGH - Medical Service
    • SGN - Nursing Service
    • SGB - Diagnostics
    • SGA - Medical Support
    • SGD - Dental Care

Hospitals / Medical Centers

  • David Grant Medical Center, Travis AFB
  • Eglin AFB
  • Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson
  • Joint Base Langley-Eustis
  • Keesler Medical Center, Keesler AFB
  • Lakenheath AB
  • Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Andrews AFB
  • Mike O'Callaghan Federal Hospital, Nellis AFB
  • Offutt AFB
  • Osan AB
  • Scott AFB
  • Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, Lackland AFB
  • Wright-Patterson Medical Center, WPAFB
  • Yokota AB