Location: Clinic, first Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 5, option 1
About us: Mobility shots, childhood immunizations, transcribing shot data from medical records, allergy testing (appointment required, must see primary care manager first), immunizations, and tuberculosis testing, which is not administered on Thursday or the day before any long weekend.
Location: Clinic, Second Floor
About us: Bioenvironmental Engineering is a process of using engineering principles to reduce and solve health risks and dangers caused by occupational activities. It has four general areas: radiation, industrial hygiene, environmental protection, and emergency response.
Location: Clinic, First Floor
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
About us: Routine radiology services, such as chest and abdomen, and extremities X-rays, are performed on a walk-in basis. Special radiology services, such as bone density scans, MRI, CT scans, require a radiology referral for off base services completed by your healthcare provider. Limited ultrasound exams are performed with a provider order and must be scheduled at the Radiology clinic, in person or over the phone at 575-904-4057.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 1, 3 or 575-784-4041
About us: Services provided for active duty only: annual exams and cleanings, fillings, minor surgery for single tooth extractions and third molar extractions, minimal dental prosthetics for crowns, bridges, mouth guards, and emergency dental care. Dental emergencies are defined as extreme pain, bleeding, swelling, trauma, and/or infection. When after-hours emergency dental treatment is required, please call 575-784-APPT (2778) for the on-call dental provider who will make arrangements for care, as needed. Services provided for dependents, include OCONUS PCS Clearance Exams when space is available.
About us: The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program 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. The portion of EFMP support that is provided by the Air Force Medical Service is known as the Exceptional Family Member Program-Medical. The medical component of EFMP identifies, enrolls, and provides care and referral processes for eligible family members who have special needs, and identifies medical and educational service requirements of family members in support of RegAF sponsor reassignment and civilian employment overseas.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Services include: family violence prevention and treatment; maltreatment services; outreach programs; and new parent support, such as childbirth class and dad’s class.
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 1
About us: We treat acute illnesses and conduct personal health assessments. Walk-in services include: sore throats; pregnancy testing; urinary tract infections for adult females; injections, after initial evaluation only; and wart treatments, after initial evaluation only.
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine and preventive medicine.
About us: Services include treatment for: clinical nutritional counseling; cholesterol; diabetes; exercise prescription; gait analysis; hypertension; InBody (body fat) analysis; nutrition for weight loss; and prenatal and postnatal fitness and nutrition.
About us: Your provider will order required laboratory tests directly into the computer. However, if you received a laboratory slip from your civilian provider, you must contact the laboratory reception desk for instructions as to whether the test can be performed by the 27 SOMDG. For special tests, you should call or report to the laboratory prior to the test for special instructions that might be required. Services include: coagulation studies; hematology; post vasectomy screening; urine and throat cultures; pregnancy, RSV and mononucleosis testing; Beta Strep Gp A, urine, wound and miscellaneous cultures; pregnancy testing; rapid strep; and basic and complete metabolic panels, lipids, lead testing.
Telephone: 575-904-4041 or 575-784-3975
About us: We process the release of information requests. All medical record requests will be provided via CD and will be available within 30 days.
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 4, 1
About us: Services include: crisis walk-ins for active duty personnel only; anger management; bio-feedback; group therapy; individual therapy; referral services; stress management; and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment.
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 1, option 1
About us: Services include: flight line driver’s license screening; color-vision screening; laser-vision screening; and dispensing, adjusting, and ordering glasses.
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 1, 2
About us: We serve dependents ranging in age from birth to 18 years of age. Services include: acute and routine office visits; management of chronic illnesses; well-child checks; sports physicals. Walk-in services include treatment for: sore throats; weight check, only for children over two years; suture removal; blood pressure; wart freezing; moms and babies program, which can be reached at 575-784-7316; newborn and postpartum care; breastfeeding support and consultation; post-delivery administrative assistance; infant enrollment in DEERS; lactation consultation; community resource referrals; scheduling 2-week well baby visits.
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 1, 1, 4
About us: Services include: assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal problems; assessment and treatment of acute neuromuscular problems; back education; prenatal and postpartum education; and pre- and post-surgery rehabilitation.
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 5, 3 or 575-784-4926
About us: Services include: deployment processing; travel medicine; occupational health; and disease surveillance.
Telephone: 575-784-2778, option 1, 3
About us: Services include: well-woman exams; biopsies; birth control renewals; pregnancy tests; treatment in the Dysplasia Clinic; and injections, such as Depo Provera, with Depo-Provera injections not given later than 13 weeks after last injection. An alternate form of birth control and a pregnancy test are required for late injections. Information and education services include treatment for: abnormal bleeding; gynecological exams; atypical pap smear results; breast self-examination; birth control options; infertility; menopause; pelvic pain; pregnancy; sexually transmitted infections; and tubal sterilization.