Location: Koritz Clinic Building 1100, First Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: We provide comprehensive services to individuals, in coordination with their commands, who are experiencing problems attributed to substance abuse or misuse. We serve active duty personnel by offering assessment, intervention education, prevention and outreach, and rehabilitative services. We also offer Department of Defense employees one-time assessments with referral resources if further care is required or requested. Information and referral resources are also offered to dependents and retirees.
Location: Koritz Clinic Building 1100, Second Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide services to active duty personnel only. Please sign your family members up for the TRICARE Dental Program or FEDVIP. This page also provides a list of dentists enrolled in dental plans. For cancellations, please be considerate and cancel any appointments you are unable to keep by calling the sick call number above. We ask that you try to do so at least 24 hours in advance. Cancelling in advance opens appointments for those who need to be seen and increases availability for everyone.
Location: Koritz Clinic Building 1100, in the Family Health Clinic
About us: The Exceptional Family Member Program is comprised of three components: medical, assignments and family support. All components work toward a common goal of providing comprehensive and coordinated support to families. Enrollment is mandatory and required immediately upon identification of a special need and comes with many benefits for military families, such as consideration during the assignment process and access to assistance to help your family navigate the medical and educational systems.
Location: Koritz Clinic Building 1100, in the Mental Health Clinic, First Floor
About us: We help build healthier families and create more resilient and responsive communities. Our programs center upon prevention and outreach, maltreatment, and victim advocacy. Family Advocacy Strength-Based Treatment is a voluntary program that offer classes and outreach programs in anger and stress management, parenting, couples communication, teen talks, premarital services, and shaken baby syndrome prevention. Our services are offered for individuals, couples, and families who need anything from a quick tune-up to those needing maltreatment services.
Location: Koritz Clinic Building 1100, First Floor Lobby
About us: We treat acute illnesses and conduct personal health assessments for all active duty and dependents between the ages 3 and 65. We do this by offering same day, routine and preventative appointments, as well as educating individuals on personal health maintenance. We also offer virtual appointments after meeting necessary requirements that satisfy all medical needs over the phone such as medication refills, follow-up appointments, and referral requests. We have a walk-in program from 7:30 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. for acute issues such as sore throat, pregnancy tests and urinary tract infections.
About us: We consist of flight surgeons, nurses and technicians who provide acute and routine care for all flying, special operations, and selected non-flying personnel and their families. Flight Medicine provides the return to fly, airsickness, and commander’s awareness (RAC) program. This program provides expedited, walk-in service for members on fly and controlling status. The hours are 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. at Phillips Auditorium, and on training days only at 7 a.m. For access, call the appointment line to schedule an appointment with a flight surgeon or place a consult with the nurse.
About us: We provide routine immunizations for all active duty personnel, retirees, and dependents. Shot records are required if not maintained within the Air Force record keeping system. Tuberculosis screenings are not conducted on Thursday and or Friday before a long weekend. Smallpox and anthrax vaccinations are administered to deploying members and smallpox medical team members by appointment only. Personnel planning elective travel to endemic areas require prior consultation with travel medicine located in the Public Health Clinic.
About us: Routine laboratory services are available to all beneficiaries, including TRICARE for Life beneficiaries. Orders from military and civilian physicians are accepted. Please call the lab prior to visiting if you have questions.
About us: We offer in and out processing counseling to educate beneficiaries on the proper procedure to maintain and transfer hardcopy medical records. In addition, we provide release of information services, to include copy requests, disclosure authorizations and retrieval of off-base encounter documentation.
About us: We serve the population through the delivery of behavioral health care services including: individual counseling; group therapy, including study skills, test anxiety, anxiety management, sleep hygiene; psychoeducation and psychological assessment and testing. We have limited psychiatry services available via video teleconference. Services are available for active duty and active duty dependents, and on a space-available basis for retirees and their family members. Referrals are not needed.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We offer routine eye care to active duty personnel and TRICARE Prime enrollees.
About us: We provide orthopedic physical therapy evaluation and treatment for all active duty and TRICARE Prime beneficiaries between the ages of 18 to 65. TRICARE Standard patients may be seen on a space available basis. Eligible patients are able to see the physical therapist without a referral for acute muscular and skeletal injuries as long as no other medical issues need to be addressed, contingent upon staffing with an advanced practice physical therapist.
About us: Services are available for active duty, beneficiaries, retirees, and civilian employees. We provide food safety and sanitation for all base facilities and temporary food booths. Public Health monitors communicable diseases such as tuberculosis, animal bites, vector borne illnesses, and sexually transmitted diseases to ensure appropriate treatment is rendered. Other services offered include the travel medicine clinic, which is used for anyone who is traveling overseas on duty or for leisure. Deploying members are required to visit the Public Health Clinic 120 days prior to departure to be medically cleared. Occupational hazards in the workplace are assessed by public health technicians and members who are assigned to these duty locations must be cleared before beginning work. Audiograms are performed for health assessments when determined by a clinician and are provided on an appointment-only basis.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: Only routine X-rays are provided. Requests are accepted from military providers or civilian providers on a written prescription or order. Mammograms are not available, however, they are available through any TRICARE-networked facility as a covered preventive service benefit for women beginning ages 40 and up. Beneficiaries can self-refer for a screening mammogram without a doctor’s referral or order. Patients with a prior breast health issue must contact their primary care provider or the clinic’s disease manager for assistance with scheduling. To schedule your mammogram with a TRICARE-networked facility, contact the Referral Management Center or Humana Military.
Telephone: 662-434-2161, 662-434-2137 or 662-434-7905
About us: We deliver patient education on the referral process, assist with booking specialty care appointments, track all initial specialty care results and provide medical documentation to military treatment facilities and network providers.
About us: Serves as a beneficiary advocate, assisting with active duty in-processing, patient registration, TRICARE enrollment, resolving beneficiary concerns and determining the validity of an alleged debt or collection notice for services rendered. Additionally, we manage travel for active duty personnel and TRICARE Prime beneficiaries authorized to receive care outside of the permanent duty station. All other TRICARE services should be coordinated through Humana Military. Note: Active duty personnel must be enrolled in TRICARE Prime.