Location: Enter at main entrance, take elevator or stairs across from pharmacy windows, Second Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Enter at main entrance, pass pharmacy windows, take a right past pharmacy lobby area, clinic will be on left.
About us: Due to mission requirements, clinic hours and availability are subject to change. All children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Allergy shots will not be given to unaccompanied minors.
Location: Enter at Inpatient Tower, emergency entrance, take elevators on right, across from admissions desk, Second Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
About us: Eglin performs large numbers of scheduled surgeries and procedures on an outpatient basis, thus avoiding overnight hospital stays. As technology provides advanced capabilities, the capability for outpatient procedures continues to grow. Your doctor and the type of surgery will determine whether same-day surgery is an option in your plan of care. If you are scheduled for same-day surgery, you will be given a pre-admission appointment. At this time, you will be oriented to location of same-day surgery unit with specific instructions about your surgery and recovery. Once your surgery and recovery is completed, your doctor and recovery team will determine if it is safe to discharge you to go home. At times, a patient may be required to stay overnight in the hospital, for the patient's safety. This is dependent upon a patient's post-operative condition and the doctor's evaluation.
About us: We provide high quality and safe anesthesia for all patients.
Location: Enter at main entrance, take elevator or stairs across from pharmacy windows, Third Floor
About us: Referral only services.
Location: Building 635
Hours: Gas mask and respirator fit tests: Tuesday and Wednesday, 8 to11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m.
About us: We conduct gas mask and respirator fit tests.
About us: Each Primary Care Clinic has an embedded Case Manager. Case Managers collaboratively assess, plan and facilitate care coordination through the evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual's and family's comprehensive health needs.
Location: Enter at main entrance, pass pharmacy and lab windows, make a right then left, co-located with Physical Therapy Clinic
About us: Active duty personnel must obtain a referral from their primary care manager.
About us: We evaluate and monitor patients taking Coumadin and Warfarin. A referral is required for monitoring by our clinic. Follow-up appointments are made for patients at each visit or by phone.
Location: Across from the street from hospital, next to the Fisher House, 340 Boatner Road, Building 2751
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 850-883-8324 or 850-883-8325
About us: Comprehensive dental care is provided for all active duty personnel. Dental care for non-active duty personnel is extremely limited. Dental sick call is managed on an appointment basis. Dental emergencies such as acute swelling, active bleeding, or trauma are evaluated in the 96th Medical Group emergency room.
About us: Dermatology services is by referral only, provides diagnosis, non-surgical and surgical treatment options for skin conditions that are not related to trauma.
Location: Follow Emergency entrance signs to Emergency Services parking lot, enter at Inpatient Tower/Emergency entrance, at first hallway intersection, the Emergency Department will be on the left
About us: Our mission is to provide intensive care to critically ill or injured patients. All patients are triaged at presentation and receive care according to the medical priority of need. Patients seeking care for sore throats, ear aches, chronic pain, flu symptoms, cold symptoms and minor ailments and injuries should first seek care through their primary care clinic or use the after-hours line for guidance. Dialing 911 at the first sign of an emergency is important, it puts you in contact with the fastest and most beneficial mode of transportation to an emergency facility.
Location: Enter at pharmacy main entrance, make left after coffee shop lobby area, clinic on left
About us: We’re dedicated to providing the best care possible to beneficiaries. Our services include pediatric ENT, general ENT, otology, head and neck cancer care. We also provide facial cosmetic surgery at competitive rates, as capacity allows. We’re referral only. A referral must be ordered by your primary care manager. Referrals are reviewed and the patient is contacted with an appointment.
Location: Enter at Outpatient Clinic entrance, clinic is on the left, across the hall from Family Medicine Residency Clinic
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. Learn more about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
Location: Building 2825, Outpatient Clinic entrance, on the left
About us: We provide primary medical care needs to active duty military members and their families. Our services include:
Location: Enter at Outpatient Clinic entrance, clinic is on right
About us: We provide primary care to active duty, retirees, and their family members. Flexible scheduling is available for suture removal, dressing changes, throat culture, urinary tract infection, blood pressure checks and injections, from 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m.
Location: Behind hospital, Building 2750, just past the Outpatient Clinic entrance
About us: Fly status personnel can walk in to in-process any duty day during clinic hours, schedule yearly physical three months prior to birth month, walk in to flight surgeon on duty for acute illnesses to duty not including flying (DNIF) or return to fly status without scheduled appointment from 7 to 7:30 a.m. and 1 to 1:30 p.m. Pregnancy tests can be ordered without an appointment. Call and speak to a health care professional. Medication can be refilled by telephone consult if you have been seen by your provider in the past year.
Location: Enter at Inpatient Tower, emergency entrance, make right into first hallway, clinic on right
About us: We provide routine screenings and medical care to persons with comprehensive disorders of the gastrointestinal tract to include the liver and pancreas. A referral is required from your primary care manager.
Location: Enter at main entrance, make a left at the information desk, clinic is down the hall on the left
Telephone: 850-883-8505 or 850-883-8506
About us: We’re dedicated to providing the best care possible to beneficiaries. See the referrals tab on the 96th Medical Group home page for further details on services provided. The General Surgery Clinic is by referral only. A referral must be ordered by your primary care manager. Referrals are reviewed and the patient is contacted with an appointment.
Location: Enter at main entrance, pass pharmacy windows, take a right past pharmacy lobby area, clinic will be on left
About us: Pediatric immunizations can be administered on the day of the child’s well check-up. All other pediatric patients must come to the Immunization Clinic for their immunizations. Due to short or no-notice mission requirements, clinic hours and services are subject to change without notice. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
About us: We are an eight bed unit, which provides care to patients with severe or life-threatening illnesses or injuries. We provide these patients with continuous assessment while monitoring vital signs and patient’s response to life support equipment, treatment therapies, and medications. Our unit is staffed by highly trained physicians and nurses who specialize in caring for critically ill patients. Common conditions that are treated within our unit includes acute respiratory distress syndrome, hypertension, rapid ventricular tachycardia, and other life-threatening conditions. Patients may be referred directly from an emergency department if required, or from a ward if they rapidly deteriorate, or immediately after surgery, if the surgery is invasive or if the patient is at high risk of complications.
Location: Enter main entrance, clinic on left, across from the pharmacy
About us: When you see your primary care manager, please bring a current medication list with your appointment and also let your provider know what medication refills are needed. If you are a diabetic, bring a log of your blood sugars to your appointment. If you have a history of hypertension, bring a log of your blood pressures to your appointment. If you have not seen your provider in a year, please schedule an appointment to see your primary care manager.
Due to COVID-19, the Laboratory will temporarily discontinue walk-in service in the afternoon, effective July 7, 2020. The Laboratory will offer walk-in service from 6:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Appointments will be available from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Appointments can be made by calling the 96th MDG Appointment Line at 850-883-8600, then selecting option 1, then option 3.
Location: Enter main entrance, pass pharmacy windows and clinic Information desk. Continue straight and pass the four way hall intersection. Lab reception will be the next windows, immediately on your left.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Enter at Outpatient Clinic entrance, take elevator on right or stairs on left, Second Floor
Location: Enter main entrance, pass pharmacy windows and lobby, make right, immediately on right
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Patients must provide identification and sign a Department of Defense form 2870, Authorization of Release of Medical or Dental Record, or a network provider release letter in order for records or results to be copied or faxed, per Privacy Act and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act guidance.
Location: Enter at Inpatient Tower, emergency entrance, make right at second hallway, and pass dining facility on left
About us: We provide neurological assessment and testing for patients with neurological diseases or injuries of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves and muscles. Referrals are required. All neurological emergencies must report to the emergency room for acute treatment. Examples of neurological emergencies include: unusual or sudden onset of confusion; dizziness; loss of balance; loss of bowel or bladder control; weakness; facial droop; slurred speech; severe headache; fainting; unconsciousness; or acute injury.
Location: Enter at Inpatient Tower, emergency entrance, on the right, opposite of ER
Location: Enter at Inpatient Tower, emergency entrance; turn right into hallway beyond elevators, entrance on left
Location: Enter hospital through the outpatient clinic entrance, walk pass the Family Health Clinic, and take the elevator on the right or the stairs on the left, Second Floor
About us: Our clinic staff consists of OB/GYN physicians, certified nurse midwives, nurse practitioners, residents, registered nurses, medical technicians, and administrative personnel.
Location: Enter at main entrance, pass pharmacy and lab windows, make right, then left, co-located with Physical Therapy Clinic
About us: Patients must be referred by their primary care manager. No walk-in service available. If patient had surgery performed by off base provider, please bring operation report and any other pertinent records to your initial appointment.
About us: We specialize in treatment of blood diseases and disorders as well as cancer-linked diseases. Referrals are required.
Location: Enter at main entrance, take elevator or stairs across from Pharmacy windows, Second Floor
About us: Ophthalmology is currently seeing active duty personnel, retirees and dependents. All patients require a referral from their primary care manager or off base provider prior to being seen at the ophthalmology clinic. Patients should arrive 15 minutes early for their appointments; bring a current list of medication, all eye drops and a current pair of glasses and contact lenses. Patients are encouraged to schedule an annual-biannual eye exam or diabetic exam. Patients being seen for the first time in the clinic should expect to be dilated and should bring a pair of dark sunglasses.
About us: Service is available to active duty, retired and family members between the ages of eight and 64. Patients must be enrolled to the 96th Medical Group for care. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time. To ensure maximum benefit from your appointment, please bring the following items to all appointments: identification card; current glasses and sunglasses, just in case your eyes are dilated; and most recent contact lens prescription or boxes.
Location: Enter at Inpatient Tower, emergency entrance, turn left at first hallway, clinic entrance will be on left
About us: We provide evaluation and treatment for diseases affecting bones, joints, and muscles. Our services include sport medicine, podiatry, hand, and orthopedic spine services. A referral from your primary care manager is required for an appointment. We provide care for active duty personnel, dependents, retirees and their dependents. We encourage that if you require X-rays for your visit that you please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment.
About us: We offer multi-modal and multidisciplinary care for patients that have been diagnosed with chronic pain. Patients must be referred by their primary care manager. The clinic is interventional with procedures ranging from conservative therapy such as acupuncture, joint injections, and muscle treatments to invasive therapies such as spinal injections, minimally invasive spine surgery and implantation of complex neuro-stimulators and opioid pumps. Interventions are tailored to fit the patient's pain needs. Patients must arrive at appointments 30 minutes prior to scheduled appointment time to complete necessary intake paperwork.
Location: Enter at Outpatient Clinic entrance, pass Family Health Clinic, take elevator on right or stairs on left, Second Floor
Location: Enter at main entrance, pass pharmacy and lab windows, make right, then left, co-located with Pain Management clinic.
About us: Patients must be referred by their primary care manager. If active duty personnel have an acute injury acquired in last two weeks or less, they may walk-in without a referral. If a patient had surgery performed by an off base provider, please bring operation report and any other pertinent records to your initial appointment.
Location: Enter at pharmacy main entrance, make a left at the information desk, clinic is down the hall on the left
About us: The Plastic Surgery clinic is by referral only. A referral must be ordered by your primary care manager. Referrals are reviewed and the patient is contacted with an appointment. We’re dedicated to providing the best care possible to beneficiaries.
Location: Enter at main entrance, take elevator or stairs across from pharmacy, Third Floor
Location: 307 Boatner Road, Building 2825, enter main entrance, make a left, past the pharmacy
About us: We specialize in treating disease and injury, using medical imaging techniques such as X-rays, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, mammography, and ultrasound. Main Radiology is the part of radiology most people go to for imaging. This section is also called “X-ray” because of the type of electromagnetic radiation used to produce the images of bones and soft tissues. We provide services to all the clinics in the hospital.
Location: Enter at main entrance, make a left at the information desk, clinic is down the hall on the left building
Telephone: 850-883-8505 or 850-883-8506
About us: We provide a complete line of surgical and sub-specialty surgical care to include: general; thoracic; plastics; and reconstructive surgery. Care is available to all eligible beneficiaries by referral.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We provide services for: Referral Management Center; Medical Evaluation Board office: patient travel; health benefits advisors; and HIPAA office and Patient Administration.
Location: Enter at the pharmacy main entrance, make a left at the information desk, clinic is down the hall on the left
About us: Urology is a surgical specialty providing care for a variety of urological problems and disorders including: prostate, kidney, bladder cancer, urinary stones, male infertility. A referral is required from your primary care manager. If you have been seen in our urology clinic in the past two years you do not need a new referral.
Location: Enter main entrance, make left past coffee shop, co-located with Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) clinic, on left
About us: A referral is required from your primary care manager.