Location: Building 23, First Floor
About us: We provide allergy shots and allergy skin testing by referral only to active duty, dependents and retirees with asthma or environmental allergies (i.e. trees, grasses, etc.). Please meet with your primary care manager to determine if you are a candidate for allergy services. If you qualify for allergy services, your primary care manager will put in a referral for you to meet with the allergy specialist. Immunizations clinic is open to all eligible beneficiaries. If you are new to Holloman or have not received vaccines at an Air Force military treatment facility, please provide your shot record to update our database. If records are not provided, you will not be able to receive vaccines. Tuberculosis, TB or PPD, vaccine is administered Monday through Wednesday, and Friday, and will not be administered Monday or Friday in conjunction with a long weekend. You will be required to return to the clinic within 48 to 72 hours to have your results read. Otherwise your test is invalid. For the smallpox vaccine, which is required for certain foreign travel, TDY, deployments, please report to Public Health in Building 17 prior to coming to the Immunization Clinic. This vaccine is given on Wednesday only, at 7:45 a.m., after proper clearance from a provider.
Location: Building 23, Second Floor, check-in at the Flight Medicine Clinic
About us: We process medical clearances for deployment, medical evaluation boards, Pre and Post-Deployment Health Assessments, preventative health assessments, PCS and Overseas Clearances, employment physicals, retraining and special duty 422 requests, security clearances, initial flying class physical requests, occupational injuries and exams and Separation history and Physical Examinations.
Location: Building 854
About us: We offer expertise in the area of occupational, radiological and environmental health. We employ these skills in routine surveillance of industrial workplaces and the base drinking water system, and extend those capabilities into the emergency response arena. We provide quantitative fit testing services for military gas masks and workers requiring respiratory protection within their work areas. We also monitors the heat stress condition during the summer months and recommends appropriate work-rest cycles through the installation At-Hoc notification system. Fit-testing hours are Thursday, 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 2:30 p.m. IAW AFI 48-137, gas mask QNFT is only required once per lifetime, upon arrival at the first permanent duty station or upon assignment to a Unit Type Code. QNFT will be re-accomplished if a new size or type mask is issued, the wearer gains and losses 10 percent or more of body weight following completion of the initial QNFT, or the wearer experiences extensive dental work, facial surgery, scarring, or disfigurement. Personnel must not eat, drink, or smoke within 30 minutes of their fit test.
Location: Building 20, across Santa Fe Drive from the main clinic
About us: We provide comprehensive dental care is provided for all active duty military personnel assigned to Holloman. Dental sick call is available on all duty days and can be scheduled by calling the dental clinic front desk. Periodic dental examinations are scheduled for active duty members through their Unit Health Monitor. Follow-up appointments are made at the time of the periodic dental exam appointment or by calling the dental clinic. Treatment for dental emergencies, such as acute swelling, active bleeding, severe uncontrolled pain or trauma, during non-duty hours can be accessed by calling the main MDG appointment line at 575-572-2778, option 1. The Dental Clinic is available to treat any active duty personnel, retirees and family members for true dental emergencies during non-duty hours. However, family members of active duty personnel are strongly encouraged to enroll in the TRICARE Dental Program administered by United Concordia. Retirees and their family members are strongly encouraged to enroll in a dental plan through the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP).
Location: Building 23, Second Floor, check-in at the TRICARE front desk
About us: The Exceptional Family Member Program helps identify and document special medical and/or educational needs of active duty family members and factors those needs into the assignment process. Family members who require special medical or educational services based on a diagnosed physical, intellectual, or emotional handicap must be enrolled in this program. Identified disabilities may range from mild to severe. Special needs may include special medical, mental health, developmental or educational requirement, wheelchair accessibility, adaptive equipment, or assistive technology devices and services. EFMP enrollment does not harm one’s military career. The goal of the program is to consider a family member's special need during the assignment coordination process. Sponsors are still deployable according to the needs of the service.
About us: We provide comprehensive primary care for all non-flying active duty personnel, family members, retirees and their families, ages 13 and older. We strive to maintain a high level of continuity of care, impressive access to care for our patients, effective communication with our patients, consistently positive customer satisfaction ratings and an aggressive disease prevention program. Additionally, we will enroll our active duty by Squadron/Unit on our active duty only team. Non-active duty personnel are seen on our non-active duty team. There are no emergency and inpatient services at the 49 MDG. In addition to routine primary care services, the clinic does do the following minor procedures in house: wart and mole removal; skin tag removals; toenail removals; and IUD insertions and removals. More invasive procedures include vasectomies and pap smears. In addition to routine visits, there are nurses and technicians scheduled appointments for sore throat, blood pressure screening, pregnancy test, shots and injections, including B12, testosterone and Depo, urinary tract infection, wart refreeze, suture and staple removal, and wound checks.
Location: Building 23, Second Floor, formerly the Flight Medicine Clinic
About us: We provide Preventative Health Assessment and all acute and routine health care needs for active duty personnel. All flyers who are seen at an outside clinic, visits must be reviewed by a Flight Surgeon within 24 hours. Please notify us if you receive any off base care received by phone or hand carry your medical notes to the front desk.
Location: Building 588, Domenici Fitness & Sports Center, Second Floor
Telephone: 575-572-5785 or 575-572-6047
About us: We offer nutrition counseling and classes, fitness counseling, help with passing your fitness assessment, and tobacco cessation. We also have a variety of health educational items, scales and a blood pressure machine.
Location: Building 23, Second Floor
About us: We provide routine care for active duty personnel, their family members and retirees and their family members. In addition to routine visits, there are nurses and technicians scheduled appointments for sore throat, blood pressure screening, pregnancy test, shots and injections, including B12, testosterone and Depo, urinary tract infection, wart refreeze, suture and staple removal, and wound checks.
About us: The Laboratory Flight is a limited service laboratory performing basic testing within the subspecialties of chemistry, hematology, coagulation, microbiology, urinalysis, and serology. Specialized tests, histopathology, and cytology specimens are shipped outside the facility to military and civilian reference laboratories. Laboratory Flight provides support to MDG outpatient clinics and eligible beneficiaries. Please allow 15 to 21 days for test results not performed on site to allow for storage and shipping time. Laboratory personnel cannot legally give patient results or interpretation of results. Lab results can be obtained through provider follow up, TRICARE Online, Secure Messaging or Outpatient Records (located on the second floor).
About us: Our clinic offers a wide range of services to include counseling, psychoeducational classes, medication management, and much more. The Mental Health Clinic includes the Mental Health Element, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) program and the Family Advocacy Program (FAP). The Mental Health element is available to all active duty personnel who are empaneled to the 49th MDG. A referral is not required. MH offers a wide range of services to include individual and group therapy, psychoeducational classes, medication management, and much more. The ADAPT program is available to all active duty members who are empaneled to the 49th MDG. A referral is not required. ADAPT offers individual counseling, group therapy, psychoeducational classes, briefings, outreach and more. FAP is available to all active duty personnel and their families who are empaneled to the 49th MDG. A referral is not required. FAP offers individual and marital counseling, psychoeducational classes, parenting classes, such as the New Parent Support Program, preventive classes and more. In the event of an emergency, please contact 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
About us: The Healthcare Integrator is a Registered Nurse who works directly for the Chief of Medical Staff who leads all Medical Management initiatives. Medical Management broadly defined means to establish programs or systems that improve clinical outcomes and manage rising healthcare costs. The three major components of our Medical Management program are our Case Management, Disease Management and Utilization management services. Our Medical Management team, in collaboration with the SGH and primary care managers, facilitate staff education, awareness and use of approved clinical practice guidelines, the standardization of care for defined patient populations and care coordination for complex patient care issues.
About us: We provide comprehensive eye care to the active duty personnel who are empaneled to the 49 MDG. No referral is needed. At this time, non-active duty must be seen off base for their eye needs, with the exception of diabetic eye exams which will be seen at the 49 MDG. Active duty family members are authorized 1 eye exam off base annually and retirees and their family members are authorized one eye exam off base every two years. For details on coverage for non-active duty patients, visit TRICARE. Most patients will receive an updated contact lenses prescription, provided they wear their contact lenses to the appointment and provide their contact lens data to the clinic. For information on PRK/LASIK surgery and active duty member responsibilities for vision readiness, please call the clinic.
About us: We provide medical record copies, release of information and in and out processing.
About us: We provide a wide range of routine services for children from birth through age 12. In addition to routine services, the clinic offers nurse and technician appointments for the following concerns: weight check; sore throat for ages 3 and older; re-freezing of warts; and suture and staple removal.
About us: We are currently seeing only active duty patients at this time. The Physical Therapy Clinic is a direct access clinic. This means that the patient can self-refer if they have a recent injury, such as lower back pain, knee pain, and shoulder pain. Patients may also be referred to our clinic through their primary care manager. We have one physical therapist who is primarily responsible for the rehabilitation and treatment of patients from injuries related to the musculoskeletal system. This includes pre- and post-injury prevention as well as muscle, tendon, and ligament surgeries and injuries. Techniques and treatments utilized in our clinic include joint mobilization, thrust manipulation, strain-counter-strain, mulligan, muscle energy technique, active release technique, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and trigger point dry needling. We also offer assistive devices such as crutches, slings, and braces.
Location: Building 17
About us: Services include: medical intelligence; travel medicine; occupational health, including fetal protection, Medical Employee Health Program, occupational health shop education, audiograms; communicable diseases, including infectious disease surveillance and control, medical entomology; food safety, including food handler training, food facility sanitation, food inspection; and public facility sanitation, including public facility and childcare facility sanitation). Additionally, briefings are held for pre-deployments by appointment via Unit Deployment Manager scheduling. Post-deployment briefings are held Monday through Friday at 1 p.m.
About us: We perform routine X-rays of hands, arms and legs. Ultrasounds, MRIs, mammograms and cat scans are referred off base.
About us: We provide referral counseling, services and network result coordination for all 49 MDG enrolled patients. Please stop by our office after your appointment to obtain information regarding your referral. Once your referral has been placed in the system, you can view your referral authorization within three to five business days by logging into TRICARE West. Our office is unable to print out your authorization for you. Patients will need their authorization prior to scheduling an appointment with a specialist.
About us: The TRICARE office is a multi-function office that can assist in many different ways. We are able to provide services related to: patient advocacy; medical claim issues; debt collection assistance; TRICARE benefit counseling; patient travel administration; primary care manager changes; 49 MDG enrollment; in and out processing; and aeromedical evacuations.
Location: Building 22, Yucca Avenue, across from main clinic
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: Holloman Veterinary Treatment Facility is professionally staffed by Army Veterinary Corps personnel with the primary mission of providing complete veterinary care for all government owned animals. Our staff understands how important your pet is to you and with that in mind, we also offer many types of routine care services for the pets of military families. All pets living on base must be registered with the VTF upon arrival. On-base housing may limit the number and breed of pets that can live in on-base housing. Contact on-base housing for more information. Due to our limited manpower and resources, most veterinary emergency cases are best served through a full service civilian veterinary hospital.
About us: We offer the following services: gynecological consultations and annual examinations; diagnostic treatment for abnormal pap tests; contraceptive and pre-conception counseling; outpatient gynecological surgery; colposcopy and endometrial biopsy and Plan B prescription. No referral is needed. There are nurse and technician appointments available for pregnancy testing and Depo Provera Injections. Birth control options include: Nexplanon; Mirena; IUD; ParaGard IUD; Skyla IUD. We not offer OB care Patients will be referred to an off base facility.