If you have a question about a clinic that is not listed, please check with your PCM. Services vary from one clinic to another within the AFMS. Those services may include:
Location: Take the ramp on your left as you enter the main entrance. The Dental Clinic will be right next to the coffee shop.
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 31
The Dental Clinic provides general dentistry services with some limited surgical capabilities to include intravenous conscious sedation of patients. The dental staff provides general dental care for active-duty members. Retirees and dependents are limited to space-available care only. After normal working hours or during weekends, emergency dental treatment is available. Family members of active-duty personnel can obtain dental care through enrollment in the TRICARE dental plan administered by MetLife; call
855-638-8372 for more information. Retirees can obtain dental care through enrollment in the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program; call
888-366-3260 for more information.
Location: Take the ramp on your left as you enter the main entrance and pass the coffee shop. The Diagnostic Imaging will be at the end of the hallway.
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday from 0730-1630
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 54
Diagnostic Imaging services provides include routine plain film radiological examinations and mammography screening. All reports are interpreted off-site by Travis Air Force Base radiologists through a teleradiology program that averages 24 to 72 hours receipt of results unless the provider determines a more urgent response is needed. While Beale Clinic imaging services are limited, the Diagnostic Imaging technicians and Mammography Program are registered/accredited by the American College of Radiology. Mammography screening services can be scheduled by calling in to the department, or by walk-in request.
The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is designed to provide support to military family members with special needs. All branches of the military offer EFMP, and each Service includes a variety of personnel, medical and family support functions under the EFMP umbrella. Learn more about about the Exceptional Family Member Program and link it (in a new tab) to the EFMP microsite here:
Location: Take the west entrance. Family Advocacy check-in area will be on your left.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 13
Family Advocacy offers short-term marital therapy, family maltreatment prevention counseling, New Parent Support Program (for parents with children under 3) and a broad range of family-related classes and educational presentations to active-duty personnel and their family members. Patients may self-refer by calling us or be referred by their PCM, commander or chaplain.
Location: Walk straight from the main entrance. Family Health Check-in window is on your right at the end of the hallway.
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 111
The Family Health Clinic delivers comprehensive primary care services using the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) team-based health care model for all ages. The dynamic team is composed of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and medical technicians that employ a partnership between the patient and their health care team, focusing on preventative care, which optimizes wellness.
Location: Take the ramp on your left as you enter the main entrance. Flight Medicine is opposite to the coffee shop and next to Optometry.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 12
The Flight Medicine team serves the needs of our active-duty flight crew members, air traffic controllers, special operational duty personnel, special occupational exposure personnel, select support personnel and associated family members. In addition to treating patients and providing preventive and self-care guidance, Flight Medicine responsibilities include responding to in-flight emergencies, performing shop safety visits and inspections, functioning as medical experts and consultants to all aerospace medicine duties, staffing two year-round deployed locations, and augmenting safety and accident investigation boards as needed. We are the base office of primary responsibility for review of all mobility and duty restriction profiles (AF Form 469) and overseas PCS and security clearances.
Location: Take the ramp on your left as you enter the main entrance. The Health Promotion will be within Public Health Clinic between Dental Clinic and Patient Admin area.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 34
Health Promotion is the cornerstone to achieving the Air Force surgeon general’s vision that “Our supported population is the healthiest and highest performing segment of the U.S. by 2025.” The Health Promotion coordinator and dietitian collaborate with medical and nonmedical stakeholders to facilitate positive health behaviors. They actively engage with the base Integrated Delivery System and Community Action Information Board to address population-based health initiatives that involve multiple functional communities. The Health Promotion coordinator and dietitian are available for health promotion and education outreach activities.
Location: Take the ramp on your left as you enter the main entrance and pass the coffee shop. Immunizations will be on your left opposite to Physical Therapy clinic.
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Immunizations Clinic provides a full spectrum of vaccinations for all ages to active-duty personnel, retirees and military dependents. The clinic follows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for routine vaccine administration. Allergy testing and immunotherapy services are available by referral from the PCMH team.
Location: Walk straight from the main entrance. Laboratory is right next to the Pharmacy.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 52
The laboratory is accredited by the College of American Pathologists. Limited laboratory services encompass most routine procedures used to treat a normal healthy population and most acute care scenarios. Many specialized tests can be performed through military reference laboratories; this averages seven to 10 days for receipt of results unless the provider determines a more urgent response is needed. TRICARE network laboratories are used when other limitations dictate (e.g., specimen viability, transportation time, etc.).
Location: Take the west entrance. Mental Health check-in area will be on your left.
Services are available for active-duty personnel only. Non active-duty beneficiaries can receive these services through the TRICARE network in the local community. Mental health offers evaluation and short-term treatment of depression, anxiety, combat stress and post-traumatic stress disorder, individual and family counseling, psychological assessment, group therapy, stress and depression management, substance abuse evaluations and social work services. Active-duty personnel requiring inpatient services may be referred to Travis Air Force Base or the TRICARE network.
Location: Take the ramp on your left as you enter the main entrance. Optometry Clinic is opposite to the coffee shop and next to Flight Medicine.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 114
The Optometry Clinic treats most acute eye problems, to include diseases, infections (e.g., pink eye) and minor eye injuries. The clinic supports the warfighter and aviator PRK laser eye surgery and aviator soft contact lens programs, plus provides “frame of choice” glasses, gasmask inserts and specialized high-altitude inserts for active-duty members. Retirees with a current prescription may order glasses. Eye examinations are available for active-duty personnel and TRICARE Prime enrollees. Others are treated on a space-available basis. Additional services include flight line driver’s license color vision tests, flying-class physical eye exams and DOD Medical Exam Review Board physical eye exams. Retirees and their family members not enrolled in TRICARE Prime are seen on a space-available basis.
Location: Walk straight from the main entrance. Pediatrics Check-in window is on your right at the end of the hallway.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 112
The Pediatric Clinic delivers comprehensive services using the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) team-based health care model from birth to 17 years old. The energetic team is comprised of pediatricians, a registered nurse and medical technicians dedicated to the health and welfare of children.
Location: As soon as you walk in through the main entrance, Pharmacy will be on your right.
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 0800 - 1700
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 51
The pharmacy fills more than 6,000 prescriptions per month or 300 per day. Prescription service is available for all eligible beneficiaries. Please ensure you check in at the pharmacy to activate your medication renewals from your provider. The pharmacy may dispense up to a 90-day supply of chronic medication with refills for one year if requested by your provider and allowed by law. Prescriptions from civilian providers will be honored if the prescribed medication is on our formulary. The Beale Clinic Pharmacy stocks all items on the DOD Basic Core Formulary (BCF), as well as many other medications. Prescriptions are refilled by using the pharmacy’s 24-hour telephone refill service at
530-634-2859 or 877-471-4768. Refill requests called in before noon will be ready the next duty day after 2 p.m.; requests after noon will be ready in two duty days after 2 p.m.
Location: Take the ramp on your left as you enter the main entrance and pass the coffee shop. Physical Therapy will be on your left opposite to Immunizations.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 55
The Physical Therapy Clinic offers comprehensive treatment and consultative services to patients who have been referred by their PMCH team. It provides evaluation and treatment options for various musculoskeletal injuries and provides education to patients about their condition, appropriate exercises and therapeutic stretches that optimize healing.
Location: Take the ramp on your left as you enter the main entrance and pass the coffee shop. Public Health Clinic will be on your right between Dental Clinic and Patient Admin area.
Phone: (530) 634-2941 Opt 14
Our mission is to prevent disease for all of Team Beale (active-duty personnel, contractors, civilians and TRICARE beneficiaries) whether at Beale Air Force Base, deployed or in the local community. We have two elements: Community Health and Force Health. In Community Health, we conduct vector surveillance to mitigate vector-borne diseases and control pest nuisances. Our job includes inspection of all public and food facilities on Beale Air Force Base. We also provide food handler training for any food establishment supervisors and design prevention and health education plans for all communicable disease situations such as sexually transmitted infections, flu outbreaks and tuberculosis. We approve all temporary food establishments such as bake sales, barbecues and other fundraisers involving food sold or given away on Beale. In Force Health, our primary focus is in occupational health, preventative health assessments and deployment medical clearances. Force Health is the starting point for all medical deployment clearances of every active-duty member, mission-essential civilian and contractor. Public Health provides travel medicine briefings for any eligible medical beneficiary traveling to high disease risk areas as well as medical intelligence briefs for each deployment location. We participate in major public health emergency disaster exercises.