Location: 90 Vandenberg Dr., Building 1900
About us: The alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment program is designed to conduct substance abuse evaluations and provide outpatient substance abuse treatment. Services provided include: alcohol brief counseling for active duty; level 1.0 outpatient treatment for active duty; aftercare groups; outreach and prevention services; referrals for medical detoxification and rehabilitation at local civilian hospitals. Participation can be voluntary with minimal career impact.
Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 8:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., and 10:30 a.m.; by appointment only
About us: Annual Fire Fighter and Occupational physicals are conducted in the Flight Medicine Clinic to ensure members are properly fit, physically and mentally, to perform the duties according to job and Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) standards. Some of the evaluations include, but are not limited to: audiogram; electrocardiogram; and visual acuity.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: BOMC is an entity within the Flight Medicine Clinic, which provides occupational medicine services with the goal of improving care and creating more efficient patient-centered workflows through the usage of standardized workflows and algorithms. Services provided include: preventative health assessment; initial flight class physical; separation history and physical examination; and medical standards management element.
About us: We provide comprehensive dental care for eligible active duty military personnel only.
Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Location: 63 Otis St., Building 1212
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
About us: The Air Force Drug Testing Program seeks to deter the use of controlled substances and abuse of medications through a comprehensive program of education, prevention, and deterrence.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
About us: The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program, or 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. To learn more about EFMP, please visit: http://www.airforcemedicine.af.mil/EFMP/
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 a new parent support program, which is voluntary for expectant parents and families with children under the age of three. The program includes home visitation services as needed. Family Advocacy Strength-Based Treatment, or FAST, is another voluntary program for couples and families who desire to change destructive patterns of communication. Outreach services are offered through life-skills classes in parenting, relationship enhancement, emotion regulation and resiliency boosting. 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.
About us: The Family Health Clinic provides acute, routine and wellness primary care services. Walk-in services are available for the following: B12 injections; Depo-Provera injections; HIV testing (for active duty); pregnancy tests; serial blood pressure checks; staple and suture removal, and sore throat check and culture.
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine and preventive medicine. We also provide occupational medicine expertise to the 66th Air Base Group.
About us: We provide all inoculations to active duty personnel, retirees and dependents. Flu shots are administered seasonally to all beneficiaries.
About us: We provide services for active duty, retired and dependents. Appointments must be at least three weeks before departure date.
About us: We offer routine laboratory draws. Walk-in laboratory services provided for TRICARE beneficiaries. Identification card required. Lab orders from an off-base provider require hand written scripts and must be signed by the requesting provider.
Note: Fasting labs require 10 to 12 hours of nothing to eat or drink except for water and medications.
Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: When you are scheduled for a consult outside of the Hanscom Clinic, your provider will select the relevant medical information from your medical record and our medical records staff will make a copy. In the case of urgent consults, a copy of the relevant medical information will be available immediately on a case-by-case basis.
Patients are authorized to receive one copy of their entire medical record at no charge. Requests may be made at the Medical Records Section and will be available within 30 calendar days of receipt of the request. When out-processing, separating, or retiring, the active duty member must submit two copies of his or her orders. We will mail records to the gaining military treatment facility. For retirements we will mail records to Air Force Personnel Center’s Medical Records Central Cell. The military personnel flight will not be able to clear a member if he or she fails to provide us a copy of orders. Medical records for Airmen PCSing will be mailed no later than five duty days after the final out-processing date.
Members who are retiring or separating, and their family members, may request a copy of their records up to 90 days, but no later than 60 days, prior to departure. The member will need to provide a copy of their orders. Proper authorization to collect copies of the medical records is required for family members 18 years old and above.
Relocating retirees and their family members may also request copies of medical records. They will be available within 30 duty days of receipt of the request. The original records, however, must be maintained at the 66th Medical Squadron until a request is made from the gaining military treatment facility to forward the medical records. If the retiree and family members do not re-enroll at a military treatment facility, the original records must remain at the Hanscom Clinic until eligible for records retirement. Therefore, it is important that copies of medical records are obtained prior to departure.
About us: The Mental Health clinic serves all eligible active duty personnel. Services offered include intervention and prevention for mental health issues related to pre-deployment, post-deployment, stress, anger, anxiety, depression, adjustment problems and relationships.
About us: We provide comprehensive eye exams and other optometry services, including limited contact lens exam and urgent eye care.
About us: Services includes diagnosis, surgical and adjunctive treatment of disease, injuries and defects involving both the functional, aesthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissue of the oral and maxillofacial areas.
About us: Patients should call and register with the Hanscom clinic prior to scheduling medical care.
About us: We provide scheduled acute, chronic, and preventive medical care for patients ages newborn to 17.
About us: We conduct preventive medicine and communicable disease control, occupational health, food safety, deployment medicine, and disaster response programs.
About us: We provide diagnostic radiology (X-ray).
About us: TRICARE Prime enrollees can obtain referrals from their primary care manager. When you get a referral from your primary care manager, please come to the Referral Management Center before departing the facility. We will assist in booking an appointment or provide necessary information to obtain care in the network.
Referral Authorization Letters: The Referral Management Center is encouraging all patients to register for a Humana Military beneficiary account. With the user-friendly beneficiary self-service portal, you will be able to verify eligibility, check referrals, check and file claims, live chat with customer service agents, manage communication preferences, find a network provider, and much more. Humana is going paperless and will no longer mail out paper authorization letters unless you specify your preference of correspondence, electronic or paper. It’s important that you register for an account to ensure you receive your authorization letter for specialty care referrals.
Here is the link for instructions on how to complete the self-service registration for a Humana Military beneficiary account.
Here is the direct link to fill out the registration form to create an account.
Here is the link to find a provider in the network.