Location: 7321 Balmer Street, Building 570, Hill Air Force Base, Utah 84056
*Main clinic hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on the second and fourth Friday of every month when the clinic reopens at 1 p.m. Hours may vary by clinic. Please refer to your specific clinic for hours of operation.
Telephone: 801-586-CARE (2273) or 800-453-2388
As the only Military Treatment Facility in Utah, the 75th Medical Group, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, (75 MDG) provides primary care and a limited range of specialty services for military beneficiaries.
Comprised of 450 active duty, civilian and contractor employees, the 75 MDG provides operational and primary health care support to nearly 16,500 enrollees and more than 71,000 TRICARE beneficiaries in four states. The 75 MDG provides primary support to the 388th Fighter Wing, the 419th Fighter Wing, the Utah Test and Training Range, activated reserve component service members, and 61 associate units throughout northern Utah, while providing direct support to the Ogden Air Logistics Center.
The 75 MDG has two clinics that offer primary medical care to active duty personnel and their family members, retirees, and dependents of retirees: the Family Health Clinic and the Flight Medicine Clinic. Specialty services available at the MDG include Women’s Health, Physical Therapy, Mental Health, Audiology, Dental, and Optometry. Ancillary services supporting the base community include Clinical Laboratory, Radiology, Pharmacy, Immunizations, Bioenvironmental Engineering, Army Veterinary Services, Public Health, Health Promotions, and Family Advocacy.
The group is comprised of four squadrons: the 75th Medical Operations Squadron, the 75th Medical Support Squadron, and the 75th Aerospace Medicine Squadron.
At this time the 75 MDG is only accepting Active Duty Service Member PCM assignments. All others to include Active duty family members, retiree's, retire family member, survivors, and un-married former spouses must choose a civilian PCM when enrolling in TRICARE Prime or transferring their enrollment from their previous PCM.
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