Location: Building 160, East side entrance separate from main clinic
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: The ADAPT services are designed to promote health and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. Services include treatment for individuals and groups who have been evaluated and diagnosed with substance abuse or dependence. We assist participants to attain and maintain sobriety, utilize support networks, and to change self-destructive behavioral patterns. This program is for adult TRICARE Prime beneficiaries.
Location: Building 160
About us: Serves as a focal point for medical standards within the Department of Defense; prevent health assessments, medical clearances, initial flying class physicals, and separation history and physical examinations.
About us: BE offers expertise in occupational and environmental health and radiation safety. BE employs these skill sets in routine surveillance of industrial workplaces and extends those capabilities into the emergency response arena. BE provides quantitative fit testing services for CBRN gas masks, as well as industrial workers requiring respiratory protection within their work areas. BE leads the installation radiation safety program and provides compliance support for radiation users. BE ensures the quality of the installation drinking water.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 to 11:30 a.m., afternoon collections by appointment only
Telephone: 307-773-2879, DSN: 481-2879
About us: We perform drug testing collections for military and government service employees.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: The Dental Clinic provides dental services to active duty military only. Services include examinations, preventive and restorative dentistry, prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics and limited oral surgery capabilities. Active duty personnel must receive a periodic dental examination to assess each member’s readiness status. Appointments for periodic dental examinations will be scheduled by the Dental Clinic and coordinated with the unit health monitor who will inform each member of her pending appointment. Identified treatment needs will be scheduled after the periodic dental examination. Patients are asked to be present 10 minutes prior to their appointed time. If a patient is late for his appointment, they may be considered a no-show. If appointment cancellation is necessary, please call as soon as possible. A 2-hour notice is mandatory to minimize lost patient treatment time. Active duty personnel with dental concerns or emergencies may call the Dental Clinic for a same-day evaluation appointment on any scheduled duty day. All other personnel are eligible for initial stabilization of emergencies and relief of pain. However, family members and retirees enrolled in TRICARE dental program should use their civilian dentists. Active duty members with dental emergencies after normal duty hours should call the appointment line and follow prompts. Beneficiaries who are not active duty who cannot reach their civilian dentist also have the option of contacting the on-call dental provider.
About us: We provide medical, educational and mental health support to military family members with special needs. We assist these families with outreach services and provide community awareness and education about the program. We assist Airmen and their families with connecting with community support services. These support services can be provided by on-base, off-base, local, state and federal services before, during, and after a permanent change of station.
About us: The Family Health Clinic provides primary medical care to beneficiaries from birth to geriatric age for active duty family members and retirees and their family members. The clinic consists of family medicine, pediatric, and gynecology teams. Services include diagnoses and treatment of acute illness, chronic disease management, well-child care and adult physical exams, developmental and behavioral evaluation, and preventive health care. Gynecology care for female beneficiaries begins in the early teens and continues throughout life with routine and preventive screenings, family planning and birth control, diagnoses and treatment of routine gynecological problems, health promotion, and patient education. In addition to our primary care teams, there is a team of nurses assigned as disease managers to assist you with personalized chronic disease management, such as diabetes, asthma, and hypertension. Nurses are also available during duty hours to provide medical advice via telephone regarding at home care for minor conditions and illnesses. If you have questions, call the appointment line, choose the "Book an Appointment" option, and request a consult with your nurse. Your call will be returned as soon as possible.
Location: Building 475, Freedom Hall Fitness Center
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 307-773-4292 or 307-773-3318
About us: Health promotion’s goals is better health by encouraging healthy behavior, enhancing resiliency and human performance and reducing illness and injury. Services include but are not limited to medical nutrition therapy, dietary education, cooking demonstrations, exercise therapy, gait training, injury prevention and in-body assessments. Referrals are not required.
About us: Immunizations provides all inoculations to active duty personnel, retirees and dependents. Flu shots are administered seasonally to all patients. Allergy services, including testing and shots, are available through a primary care manager referral.
About us: Clinical Laboratory provides services for all eligible beneficiaries. Laboratory services are provided on a walk-in basis. The laboratory collects and tests patient specimens upon authorized request from your primary care manager. For requests from off-base providers, we require a signed requisition form from your primary care manager, which can be faxed to us or hand carried to the laboratory. Test results are returned directly to the ordering primary care manager. Your primary care manager will contact you regarding interpretation and follow-up of your results. The laboratory does not give results to patients directly, nor do we offer interpretation of lab results. You can retrieve your results from your primary care management team, TRICARE Online, or at the Medical Records office.
About us: The MEB Physical Evaluation Board liaison officers assist active duty Air Force, Guard, and Reserve military members through the Physical Evaluation Board process. Other services include: Review-In-Lieu-Of medical evaluation board and temporary disability retirement list. Please call to schedule an appointment.
About us: The Mental Health Clinic is a full-service outpatient center which provides assessment and treatment of psychological problems, primarily for active duty members. Services for non-active duty adult TRICARE Prime beneficiaries are approved on a space-available basis. Services include: counseling, psychiatric medication management, consultation with leadership, and outreach.
About us: We offer routine eye care to active duty personnel. Appointments can be made by calling the central appointment line.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 11:45 a.m., and 12:45 to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Patients can be seen for the following diagnoses: musculoskeletal and neuromuscular evaluations, orthopedic rehabilitation (pre-operative and post-operative), athletic injuries, muscle testing and rehabilitation training, specialized muscle strengthening, postural correction, range of motion exercises, mobilization (spine and extremity joints), and acute or chronic pain management. Depending on the need, the provider can offer dry needling, adjustments, battlefield acupuncture, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, and taping.
About us: We conduct preventive medicine and communicable disease control, occupational health, hearing conservation, food safety, and deployment and travel medicine.
About us: Radiology provides routine digital diagnostic X-rays for all eligible beneficiaries. Exams will be performed on a walk-in basis. Examples of services not performed are MRIs, CT scans, ultrasounds, and mammography. These services are obtained by a primary care manager referral to an off-base location. Test results are returned directly to the ordering primary care manager. Copies of your X-ray images can be burned on to a disk for off-base providers.
Location: Building 160, TOPA Office
About us: The Referral Management Center resides in the TRICARE Operations and Patient Administration office. We are responsible to review, book, and track all military treatment facility specialty referrals. The team will also review and track all referrals that require network specialty care. Ensuring timely authorizations is the top priority as many of our patients are seen in the Cheyenne area.
About us: Our Benefits Counselling Assistance Coordinator, or BCAC, educates and fields beneficiary questions in regard to the TRICARE benefit. We also manage all paper and electronic records of those enrolled to our facility. We ensure records are complete and coordinate record retirement. The Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officer serves as the main point of contact between patient, chain of command, Veterans Affairs, and medical staff throughout the Medical Evaluation Board process. We also assist patients with their travel benefit, record requests, in processing, out processing, and HIPAA inquiries.
About us: Women’s Health services are provided through Family Health, Flight Medicine and the Personnel Reliability and Assurance Program clinics. Services available include: Well woman exams including Pap smears, birth control, clinical breast exams, pregnancy testing, treatment of vaginal infections, care of abnormal Pap smears, and treatment of menopausal symptoms. Obstetrical care and care requiring surgical intervention are referred to the network.