Location: Community Center Drive, Building 5136
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 719-333-5177 or 719-333-5178
About us: ADAPT provides comprehensive services to individuals, in coordination with or without their commands, who are experiencing problems attributed to substance abuse or misuse. ADAPT serves active duty personnel, as well as prep school students, Cadets, dependents and retirees (on a case to case basis) by offering assessment, intervention education, prevention and outreach, and Level 1 rehabilitative services. ADAPT also offers Department of Defense employees’ one-time assessments with referral resources if further care is required or requested.
Location: Building 4102, First Floor, past Medical Records
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: PAS can forward any allergy patient with questions or concerns to our call line at 719-333-5080, or please place a telephone consult to our staff
COVID-19 message to patients: Starting the August 3, the Immunization Clinic will be back open to all USAFA beneficiaries. This includes all active duty personnel, dependents and retirees. Shingrix will not be given in our Clinic during this time of COVID-19. Those wanting this vaccine can go to any local pharmacy that accepts TRICARE. Smallpox will not be given during COVID-19, all other deployment vaccines are readily available at this time.
Additional Information: Patients can print their or family member’s Immunization Records through TRICARE Online, USAFA Medical Records, or IMR for all active duty personnel.
You can get covered vaccines from any TRICARE-authorized provider at no cost. But when you get the vaccine from your provider, you may have to pay copayments or cost-shares for the office visit or for other services received during the office visit. Vaccines administered at your retail pharmacy usually don't require an appointment and use the same effective medications as your physician's office. Review TRICARE's list of covered vaccines. Some pharmacies on the list may have an on-site clinic that offers flu vaccines. Be sure to get your vaccine from the pharmacist, not from a health provider, to avoid possible out-of-pocket costs. Before you visit the pharmacy, call them to verify their current vaccination schedule, availability and any age restrictions. Phone numbers are available through our Find a Pharmacy feature. Be sure to present your military ID at the time of service.
For more information about TRICARE’s list of covered vaccines, please click here. For additional information, please visit TRICARE Immunizations.
Location: First Floor, co-located with Ear, Nose and Throat and Ophthalmology
About us: Audiology is a referral based clinic providing service for Cadets, active duty, reserve, and guard personnel, as well as eligible family members and retirees. Hearing health care services include comprehensive evaluation to determine degree and type of hearing disorder, hearing aids for active duty and qualifying reserve and guard personnel, facilitation of network referrals for qualifying family members that meet TRICARE guidelines for hearing aids, hearing conservation and patient education.
COVID-19 message to patients: Patients who were previously canceled due to COVID-19 precautions are being rescheduled first. New referrals are being processed in the order in which they were received with priority scheduling for active duty. Please do not arrive at the desk for check in until the actual scheduled time of your appointment to minimize waiting room use. Adult patients are not to bring additional family members to their appointments.
Location: 4102 Pinion Drive, Second Floor
About us: We provide counseling to beneficiaries regarding entitled health care benefits and enrollment access. We also assist with claims and billing resolution, and debt assistance.
COVID-19 message to patients: Normal operations.
Location: 2355 Faculty Drive, Suite 1N308, in the Cadet Area
About us: We provide accessible, high quality, cost-effective and patient centered health care for cadets and cadet candidates in training on U.S. Air Force Academy. The clinic medically in-processes 1,200 incoming basic cadets and provides medical support to Basic Cadet Training annually. The clinic optimizes the health and wellness of our current and future air and space leaders by providing a scope of comprehensive services which includes chronic and acute illness care, preventive health maintenance, health promotion and wellness, sports medicine, concussion care, education and counseling, and specialty consultation and referral.
Location: 4102 Pinion Drive, Room 1212
Telephone: 719-333-5038, DSN: 333-5038
About us: We are a combined Cardiology and Pulmonary clinic offering services to all TRICARE beneficiaries in the Colorado Springs Market. Services include electrocardiograms, cardiac exercise treadmill testing, 24 hour blood pressure monitoring, holter monitoring 24 hours up to 30 days, echocardiograms, stress echocardiograms, and tilt table testing. Additionally, we offer pulmonary testing in the form of pre- and post-bronchodilator studies, flow volume loops, lung diffusions, exercise pulmonary function tests and methacholine challenges. We also have a cardiologist two days per week for consultation with all market beneficiaries by referral and a pulmonologist two days per month for active duty patient consultation by referral.
Location: 2355 Faculty Drive #B
About us: We provide comprehensive dental care to active duty personnel, cadets, and Preparatory School students. Dental care is also provided on a limited, space-available basis for retirees and dependents of active duty personnel and retirees through the General Dentistry Residency Program. There is a dentist on call for after-hours dental emergencies. The oral surgery clinic, in the Academy hospital, provides oral and maxillofacial surgical services to active duty personnel, cadets, and Preparatory School students. Oral surgery care is also provided on a limited, space-available basis for retirees and dependents of active duty personnel and retirees.
COVID-19 message to patients: Dental Emergencies and Deployment Exams; call ahead at 719-333-5192.
Location: 4102 Pinion Drive, Third Floor, between Physical Therapy and Outpatient Surgery
Telephone: 719-333-5292, DSN: 333-5292
About us: We offer dermatologic services to the Colorado Springs market on a referral basis from primary care managers. We are a general dermatology practice who specializes in the diagnosis and management of conditions to the skin, hair, and nails. Services include skin cancer screening, acne and wart treatments, biopsies and removals.
COVID-19 message to patients: Limited clinical operations. Acute appointments and virtual appointments when able. No cosmetic procedures. Clinic book only.
Location: Room 1680
About us: Active duty sponsors who have family members that meet the criteria for specific medical or educational needs are mandated to be enrolled to ensure needed medical or educational services are available at the gaining base and local area.
COVID-19 message to patients: EFMP requests being processed, but some members may experience delay depending on the PCS location.
About us: We help build healthier families and create more resilient and responsive communities. Our programs center upon prevention and outreach, treatment, victim advocacy, and research. We have a new parent support program, which is voluntary for expectant parents and families with children under the age of three. The program includes home visitation services as needed. Family Advocacy Strength-Based Treatment is another voluntary program for couples and families who desire to change destructive patterns of communication. Outreach services are offered through life-skills classes in parenting, relationship enhancement, emotion regulation and resiliency boosting. Treatment services are offered for individuals, couples and families who have been or currently exposed to maltreatment. Victim advocacy is a program that offers victims of intimate partner violence supportive services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Location: Building 4102, Main Lobby
About us: We provide full-spectrum primary care for more than 14,000 enrolled beneficiaries, ranging in age from pediatric to geriatric. We support the 10th Medical Group’s mission of medically ready forces, ready medical forces, and beneficiary care while developing leaders of character. Clinical services include management of acute and chronic health problems, health risk assessments, disease prevention, patient education, and coordination of care. The Behavioral Health Optimization Program is co-located with the Family Health Clinic and serves to offers registered nursing, psychology and/or social work support. BHOP provides brief, behaviorally-based interventions that emphasize education, skill-building, self-management and home-based strategies. Treatment is typically limited to one to four sessions and initiated at the request of the primary care manager.
COVID-19 message to patients: We are open for care. For papers and forms, please use your Secure Messaging account to contact us. Book appointments through the Patient Appointing Services or TRICARE Online. We mostly provide telehealth appointments, but will coordinate a face-to-face appointment - depending on the reason.
Location: Building 2355, Cadet Area
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine and preventive medicine. We also provide occupational medicine expertise.
Location: Third Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We provide services on a referral-only basis. The clinic provides asymptomatic screening and routine colonoscopies.
About us: We provide services on a referral-only basis. Common care provided includes minor procedures, breast cancer treatments, gallbladder, hernia repairs, pilonidal cysts and hemorrhoidectomies.
Location: Fourth Floor
About us: The purpose of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act is to prevent inappropriate use and disclosure of individual’s health information. It is more stringent than the Privacy Act and limits what information can be shared with non-medical personnel. As a patient, you have the right to expect medical and dental records will be maintained as confidential and that access to medical information will be limited to those legitimately involved in the care being provided or those otherwise authorized access to medical information. If you feel your Protected Health Information, or someone else’s has been accessed inappropriately, please contact the HIPAA Privacy Officer.
COVID-19 message to patients: No impact.
Location: Second Floor
About us: We provide nutrition, physical activity, tobacco cessation, body composition, supplement safety and performance nutrition information to USAFA. The HeRO Program.
Location: 4102 Pinion Drive, Room 1150
Telephone: 719-333-0325, DSN: 333-0325
About us: We provide consult services to higher acuity patients as a primary care service, as well as on a referral basis. Internal Medicine physicians refer their patients to specialty clinics as needed for further evaluation. In addition, the staff performs pre-operation checks to include electrocardiograms and is capable of performing intra-muscular and subcutaneous injections as needed.
COVID-19 message to patients: For May 2020, we are performing telemedicine with face-to-face appointments coordinated as walk-ins depending on the reason. We will be opening acute appointments in June 2020, primarily focusing on telemedicine due to the high-risk nature of our patient population.
Location: 1st Floor, left side of lobby
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide diagnostic testing services for such laboratory services such as hematology, urinalysis, chemistry, serology, microbiology and pathology. The patient must have a valid identification card and a third party collection card from the U.S. Air Force Medical Clinic. If the TPC has expired, a new one may be applied for at the lab front desk. Lab results can only be provided through your health care provider or through TRICARE Online Assistance.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: This department is responsible for maintaining medical records and processing medical records inquiries. Medical records are the property of the U.S. government and must be maintained at the 10th Medical Group. Per Department of Defense regulations, patients are not authorized to hand-carry records to their appointments, when transferring duty stations, separating from, or retiring from military service. Dental records are maintained in the Dental Clinic. Flight Medicine and Cadet Medicine records are maintained in the Flight Medicine Clinic. Mental health records are maintained in the Mental Health Clinic. To request a copy of your medical records, you must visit the Medical Records Department. To obtain a CD of radiology studies you must visit the Radiology Department.
About us: We are currently serving the active duty and Cadet/Prep school population through the delivery of behavioral health care services including individual counseling, group therapy, including study skills and test anxiety, adjustment to the military, anxiety management, sleep hygiene, as well as psychoeducation and psychological assessment, testing, medication management. Walk-ins are welcome.
COVID-19 message to patients: Open to active duty only; intakes/ANAMs/post-hospital discharges/crisis walk-ins are all currently in-person appointments; established patients are being seen via telehealth.
Location: Third Floor, USAFA Medical Center, northeast corner
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We serve adult patients on a referral-only basis for multiple neurologic and muscular conditions including: headaches; seizures; movement disorders; multiple sclerosis; and neuropathy. Offered procedures include nerve conduction studies, electromyography, electroencephalography, occipital nerve block, botulinum toxin injections, muscle biopsy, and nerve biopsy. All referrals must be approved by the chief of neurology before being provided an appointment.
COVID-19 message to patients: Currently seeing established patients in clinic and telehealth visits on a limited basis. New referrals are being reviewed and scheduled when we are cleared to re-open for routine care.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by appointment only
Location: Cadet Clinic: 2355 Faculty Drive, across from the Pharmacy
Hours: Cadet Clinic: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Telephone: Cadet Clinic: 719-333-5189
About us: Main Clinic location closed until further notice. At this time, care is limited to cadets and active duty personnel only. Active duty family members may receive routine eye exams annual with no out of pocket costs when using a network provider. Retirees and their dependents may receive a routine eye exam once every two years (24 months) with no out of pocket costs when using a network provider. To find a network provider, visit the Health Net Federal Services Provider Directory. Additional information can be found at TRICARE Covered Services.
Location: First Floor
Telephone: 719-333-5041 or 719-333-5042
About us: We provide services on a referral-only basis. Common care provided includes: basic musculoskeletal evaluation; arthroscopic procedures of the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, elbow, and wrist; treatment of fractures of the extremities; total joint replacement of shoulder, hip and knees; and tendon repairs. The clinic has limited care for pediatric orthopedics and does not treat spinal conditions.
About us: We provide services on a referral-only basis. We only do custom orthotics and give inserts to active duty personnel. We do not provide any orthotic inserts for pediatric patients. We no longer supply the following braces for Peterson, Schriever, and Fort Carson patients; shoulder slings, CAM boots, hard-sole shoes, ASO ankle braces, knee sleeve, patellar tracking braces, hinged knee braces (non post-op types), chopat straps, elbow sleeves, wrist cock-up braces, and thumb spica braces. We continue to provide other specialty braces to these patient populations.
Location: Room 1101
About us: We provide scheduled acute, chronic, and preventive medical care for patients ages newborn to 17. For throat cultures, patients will be screened and cultured, if necessary, and notified if positive. They may not see a provider.
COVID-19 message to patients: Currently seeing well-child physicals for the following ages: 0-12mo, 18mo, 24mo, 4-5yo, and 11yo; all other appointment requests will be determined by the provider-in-clinic. If a child has cough, shortness of breath, fevered within the past 24 hours, or is taking any medications to reduce fevers, they will be seen in the Temporary Facilities (Family Health Clinic). Please call the appointment line to schedule appointments. Chaperones and patients must wear a mask upon entrance to the clinic. To minimize possible exposure, no more than one chaperone may accompany the patient. Please ensure that the accompanying adult chaperone also meets the above fever criteria. Exclusions to this criteria will be determined by clinic staffing.
COVID-19 testing requests: In keeping with the most up to date Center for Disease Control’s guidelines, USAFA does not test patients coming off of quarantine nor isolation. Patients will not be referred for a test unless they are experiencing symptoms consistent with the virus. If the patient is symptomatic and has been in contact with a positive confirmed COVID-19 case, the walk-in Central Screening and Testing Center is available at Evans Army Community Hospital during the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Location: 4102 Pinion Drive, Suite 1424, Room 1003
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: We strive to provide accurate, efficient, and first-class pharmacy service to those who have served and continue to serve our country. The pharmacy serves a population of 171,000 TRICARE beneficiaries and fills 822,000 prescriptions per year.
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Location: Community Center Annex, 5136 Eagle Drive, Building, Room 104S
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Location: Fairchild Annex, Building 2355
About us: Services are available for cadets only at the Cadet Clinic.
COVID-19 message to patients: Cadet Physical Medicine has available appointments for Cadets only on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons (1 to 4 p.m.). We are continuing to see acute and post-operative patients on these days. Follow up care is also being conducted via telehealth when appropriate.
Location: USAFA Main Clinic, Building 1402
About us: Physical Therapy strives to utilize a patient-centered approach to returning our beneficiaries to their optimal functional level. PT services focus on evaluation and treatment of neuro-muscular-skeletal conditions, including acute and chronic injuries, as well as pre- and post-operative orthopedic rehabilitation. Treatments may include manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and various modalities. Appointments can be scheduled by calling the appointment line or by calling the clinic directly at the number above.
Occupational Therapy services include evaluations for upper-extremity dysfunction, post-operative hand surgery rehab, upper-extremity post-fracture rehab for range of motion and strength deficits, education and treatment of cumulative trauma and repetitive motion disorders of the hand and elbow, and education on computer workstation ergonomics. Appointments can be scheduled by calling the appointment line or by calling the clinic directly at the number above.
We provide chiropractic care to active duty personnel. Chiropractic gives special attention to the physiological and biomechanical aspects including structural, spinal, musculoskeletal, neurological, vascular, nutritional, emotional and environmental relationships. Our service specifically includes the adjustment and manipulation of the articulations and adjacent tissues of the human body, particularly of the spinal column. We also treat intersegmental aberrations for alleviation of related functional disorders. Chiropractic is a drug-free, non-surgical science and, as such, does not include pharmaceuticals or surgery. All new appointments are scheduled directly through the Physical Medicine Clinic phone number located above.
COVID-19 message to patients: Physical and Occupational Therapy are continuing to see new and established patients in the clinic on a reduced schedule to allow for compliance to physical distancing and cleaning procedures. Patients are also being seen via telehealth visits when appropriate. New referrals for these clinics are being reviewed daily and scheduled as space allows. Chiropractics is also continuing to see established patients on a reduced schedule. TRICARE Online has been re-opened on a limited basis.
About us: We provide services on a referral-only basis. We only do custom orthotics for active duty personnel. We do not do routine nail or callous care; routine diabetic nail care, diabetic ulcers (non-healing), initial diabetic consults, club foot, peripheral vascular disease, medical management of toenail fungus, scoliosis and back pain or plantar warts.
Location: 5412 Pinion Drive, Second Floor
About us: We conduct preventive medicine and communicable disease control, occupational health, food safety, deployment medicine, and disaster response programs.
COVID-19 message to patients: Call ahead for appointment availability.
Location: 4102 Pinion Drive
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
About us: We provide service as the regional ambulatory referral center, offering seven surgical specialties for more than 171,000 beneficiaries, including 4,000 cadets. We perform 2,500 surgical cases per year with a $7.5 million budget and 168 staff. We operate the Warfighter Refractory Laser Eye Center and USAF Sports Medicine Center of Excellence. We also support 27 USAFA Falcon NCAA teams and conducts clinical research, as well as serves as one of three Air Force Medical Service teleradiology sites, supporting 15 military treatment facilities.
About us: We primarily accept Cadets that are participating in official travel as part of Cadet duties, as well as Cadet recreational travel. Travel medicine patients other than Cadets are managed through the Public Health Office for pre-travel counseling and preparation without referrals.
Location: Building 4102, First Floor, please check-in with the Pediatric Front Desk in the Main Lobby
About us: We provide routine and specialty women’s health care to active duty, dependents, and TRICARE Prime enrollees. Other patients are seen on a space-available basis. We are a self-referral clinic for most gynecology services including general or Well Woman Exams, annual exams with pelvic exams and pap smears, follow-up and treatments such as Depo Provera (new and restarts), as well as Contraception Counseling and treatment, such as IUDs, Nexplanon, and oral. Do not bring children to appointment or you will be rescheduled.
COVID-19 message to patients: Limited clinical operations. Acute appointments and virtual appointments when able. No elective procedures. Clinic book only.