Location: Building 2120, Room 126
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Our clinic familiarizes the flyer or jumper with the physiological stresses and human performance factors of modern military aviation and prepares them to successfully meet these challenges. Our goal is to enhance flight safety by reducing human performance errors. We provide Hypoxia Familiarization Training via the Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device. The HFT/ROBD is the most advanced, effects-based hypoxia training available and is an alternative to the altitude chamber. This training satisfies AFI 11-403 requirements for aircrew physiology training and offers the same five year currency for: Tanker, Transport, and Bomber, aircrew Refresher; High Altitude Parachutist Initial and Refresher.
Location: Building 9000, Rm 225
About us: We provide annual Preventive Health Assessments for non-flyers, occupational health physicals, pre-employment physicals, retraining physicals, medical overseas clearances and separation health physical exams. For non-PHA related issues, please call 509-247-2534 or 509-247-4494.
Location: Building 9000, Room 130
About us: Our primary mission is to provide health risk assessment and mitigation recommendations to commanders in support of 92 ARW and tenant unit operations. We provide health surveillance for Team Fairchild personnel through sampling, identification, quantification, assessment, risk communication, control and documentation of potential exposures. Any Team Fairchild member with an occupational or environmental health concern may contact BEF and request an assessment. In addition, we plan, prepare for, and provide real time CBRN response, ensures safe potable and non-potable water, and performs specialized vulnerability assessments for drinking water, toxic industrial chemicals and toxic industrial materials.
Location: Building 9000, First Floor, Family Health Clinic
About us: Case management is available for patients (active duty, family members and retirees) with complex medical needs. This may include catastrophic injury or illness, chronic or terminal illness, multiple medical problems or Air Force Wounded Warriors. The goal is to help coordinate care among ALL healthcare providers, serve as a patient advocate and assist and empower patients to gain control of their illness, injury or situation. Referral for case management can be obtained through your primary care manager or you may self-refer.
Location: Building 9000, Room 125
About us: No appointments necessary. All labs require an order from your primary care manager or civilian physician.
Location: Building 9008
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Services include: annual exams; cleanings; preventive; routine restorative; oral surgery and emergent care. For an after-hour dental emergencies, such severe pain, bleeding, swelling, for which you feel you need to speak with a dentist during non-duty hours, call the Dental Officer on duty at 509-994-9637.
Location: Building 9000, Room 132
About us: We provide routine X-ray exams for all eligible beneficiaries. All other imaging services are referred off-base to the local network. Exams are performed on a walk-in basis with no appointment necessary. Prescriptions for x-rays from approved Health Net Federal Services providers are accepted. Exams requested by off-base chiropractic clinics must be approved and ordered by a 92nd Medical Group Provider. Diagnostic Imaging can provide patients with copies of their exams on a disk. Patients can receive a CD by requesting in person at the radiology front desk. Radiology staff will require the patient to present their ID card. Diagnostic Imaging cannot release or discuss results with patients. Please refer to the ordering provider or Medical Records for results.
About us: Disease Management is available to all enrolled adult beneficiaries with chronic conditions. The Certified Diabetes Educator provides education and counseling to those individuals with diabetes and prediabetes to assist with self-management. The goal of Disease Management is to ensure all beneficiaries are aware of recommended preventive health measures and assist with referrals for obtaining preventive screenings and reporting of results. Disease Management can review lab results and has an array of resources available for healthy lifestyle changes.
Location: Building 9000, Room 339
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 509-247-5574 or 509-247-2268
About us: We identify and assist with medical and educational service requirements for active duty family members and dependents, while also ensuring administrative process requirements are met for family member relocations and PCS’s. Can also assist members with the Exceptional Family Member Program reassignment process, as necessary. 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 the Exceptional Family Member Program.
Location: Building 9000, Second Floor
About us: We are dedicated to providing exceptional medical care to our flying population, special duty personnel, and their family members. Active flyers requiring a return to flight status will report to Flight Medicine at 7:30 a.m.
Location: Building 9000, Room 106
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
About us: The TRICARE beneficiary advocate ensures health benefit information and assistance to access health care is available to all eligible beneficiaries. They also assist beneficiaries with debt collections and adverse credit ratings due to an unpaid TRICARE bills. Patients should never ignore a bill assuming TRICARE will handle it automatically. If a patient receives a bill, they must call the doctor’s office or hospital that issued the bill. Typically, the number is listed on the bill. If that does not resolve the bill, the patient should then call the TRICARE contractor, which is currently Health Net Federal Services in the West Region. If the bill is still not resolved, the patient may report to or call the Beneficiary Counseling & Assistance Coordinator or Debt Collections Assistance Officer for assistance.
About us: To schedule a hearing test, please contact Public Health at 509-247-5757.
Location: Building 9000, Rm 243
About us: We provide comprehensive eye exams to active duty personnel, TRICARE Prime beneficiaries, and individuals with TRICARE Plus, Standard, and TRICARE For Life, and can be seen on a space available basis. Appointments can be made by calling the Central Appointment Line at 509-247-2361.
Location: Building 9000, Room 109
About us: We maintain outpatient medical records for all non-flying active duty personnel, family members, and retirees and family members. Registers patients in MHS GENESIS.
Location: Building 9000, Room 110B
Telephone: 509-247-3392 or 509-247-5520
About us: We assist patients and non-medical attendants with the travel order and reimbursement process through the Defense Travel System.
Location: Building 9000, Room 344
About us: We serve as a liaison for patients entering and undergoing medical evaluation board process, as well as coordinates with Veterans Administration and Air Force Personnel Center on behalf of the patient.
Location: Building 9000, Room 101
Fax: 509-247-2057 or 509-247-2681
About us: We educate patients on how to use referrals issued by primary care managers and assists in resolving referral issues.
About us: We release medical information to third parties for treatment, payment, operations, etc. Patients will visit this section to request their medical records be sent to the specialty providers they are referred to by their primary care managers. Processes requests for patient copies of medical records.
Location: Building 9000, Room 357
About us: We are responsible for effective management of medical resources. RMO is accountable for: reimbursements to include other health insurance, third party liability, and all other collections; accounts for all manpower and timecards within the facility and determines future staffing; and approves orders and vouchers for patient and staff travel. Hospital data is collected in our data quality office and used to establish more encompassing care for our beneficiaries. The funding for the daily operations of this hospital is made possible by our cost center manager program. You are welcome to stop by to update your OHI, pay medical bills, or ask questions.