Location: Building 109, Mental Health Clinic, North entrance
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: ADAPT provides comprehensive services to individuals, in coordination with their commands, who are experiencing problems attributed to substance abuse or misuse. ADAPT serves active duty personnel by offering assessment, intervention education, rehabilitative services, prevent and outreach. ADAPT also offers 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: Building 109, Family Health Clinic, North entrance
About us: The Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP) is a service within your primary care clinic designed to optimize your overall health. The program is a flexible resource available to active duty members, family members, and retirees and is intended to help you make the most of the care you are already receiving. At BHOP, you will receive services from a psychologist or social worker, working as a consultant to your primary care manager, an internal behavioral health consultant. Consultants, alongside other members of your primary care team, treat all aspects of your health: biological, psychological, and social.
Location: Building 109, Second Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., and 1 to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Comprehensive dental care is provided for all active duty military personnel assigned to Grand Forks Air Force Base. Dental care for eligible retiree personnel is extremely limited and on a space-available basis. Dental sick call is managed on an appointment basis. Appointments are available by calling the dental clinic. On weekends, holidays, and after normal duty hours, dental emergencies such as acute swelling, active bleeding, or trauma are evaluated by calling the Nurse Advice line.
Location: Building 109
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone: (701) 747-5591
The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is designed to provide support to military family members with special needs. For more information, please visit the EFMP page on the Air Force Medical Service website.
Location: Building 109, Mental Health Clinic, North Entrance
About us: We help build healthier families and create more resilient and responsive communities. Our programs center upon prevention and outreach, treatment, victim advocacy, and research. We have the New Parent Support Program, which is voluntary for expectant parents and families with children under the age of 3. The program includes home visitation services as needed. Family Advocacy Strength-Based Therapy is another voluntary program for couples and families who desire to change destructive patterns of communication. Outreach services are offered through educational classes in parenting, relationship enhancement, emotion regulation, and resiliency boosting through support services. Treatment services are offered for individuals, couples and families who have experienced maltreatment. Victim advocacy is a program that offers victims of intimate partner violence supportive services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Location: Building 109, North entrance
About us: We treat acute illnesses and conduct personal health assessments.
Location: Building 109, Flight Medicine Clinic
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine and preventive medicine. We also provide Occupational Medicine expertise to the 319th Air Base Wing.
Location: Building 109, located within Pediatric clinic, North entrance
About us: We provide 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.
Location: Room 530, East entrance
About us: We offer routine laboratory draws. Some testing is offered by appointment only.
About us: Mental Health offers structured treatment for a variety of mental health symptoms including depression, anxiety, and sleep issues. If deemed appropriate by the primary care manager, the patient may be referred to Mental Health to be seen by a Tele-Psychiatrist for medication management. Mental Health services active duty personnel only, although other beneficiary categories can be seen in Behavior Health Optimization Program, or BHOP, through Family Health or off base without a referral.
Location: Building 109, collocated with Flight Medicine Clinic
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 11:30 a.m., and 1 to 4 p.m.
About us: We offer routine eye care to active duty personnel and TRICARE Prime enrollees. Appointments can be made by calling the central appointment line or on TRICARE Online.
Location: Building 109, TRICARE Operations and Patient Administration (TOPA) flight, East entrance
About us: The Patient Administration section provides a variety of services to include patient travel coordination, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy, medical records, and release of information. Please ensure you out-process with medical records prior to moving, retirement, or separation. If you are hand carrying your record from another base in-processing, you must drop your medical record off to Medical Records. If you have questions or concerns regarding the 319th Medical Group HIPAA Privacy practices or would like to file a complaint, please stop by or call and ask for the HIPAA Privacy Officer.
About us: We provide scheduled acute, chronic, and preventive medical care for patients ages newborn to 17. A case manager is also available in the clinic. Walk-in appointments are available for suture removals, throat cultures, wart treatments if previously evaluated by a doctor, and weight checks when ordered by a provider. Patients will be screened and cultured, if necessary, and notified if positive. They may not see a provider.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Patients can be seen for the following diagnoses: muscular-skeletal evaluation; orthopedic rehabilitation (pre-operative and post-operative), athletic injuries, modalities including cervical and lumbar traction, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, ultrasound, iontophoresis, electrical stimulation, hot and cold packs, 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.
Location: Room 439, East entrance
About us: We provide service for diagnostic radiology (X-ray).
Location: Building 109, TOPA flight, East entrance
About us: The TRICARE Operations and Referral Management Center assists in providing education about your TRICARE benefits and specialty care referral processes. If you have been referred by your primary care manager, we can assist you with proactively managing your referrals with your network specialist. Our section also assists in resolving billing and claims issues, as well as providing general education on the TRICARE benefit. TRICARE Prime beneficiaries enrolled to the 319th Medical Group must receive a referral from their primary care manager prior to seeing a specialist. Avoid bills and charges by calling or stopping by our office to ensure you are seeking care appropriately.