Location: 130 LeTourneau Circle, Building 90311, Second Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: The ADAPT program provides a full range of prevention education, evaluation, brief counseling, treatment, and aftercare services to military members. These treatment services include: individual and group counseling; and, outpatient, intensive outpatient, and inpatient treatment. The ADAPT program has a licensed clinical social worker or psychologist, certified alcohol and drug counselors, and technicians on staff to deliver top-quality treatment and prevention education services. Intensive outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment, and detoxification services are delivered by our off-base local-area TRICARE network providers. Family members of active duty personnel should contact TRICARE Value Options to obtain substance use evaluation, counseling and treatment services. Also, the ADAPT Program provides an evaluation and treatment-referral appointment to Department of Defense civilian employees. We also provide prevention education and outreach services such as briefings, trainings, awareness and informational displays and booths.
Location: 113 Lielmanis Avenue, Building 91020
About us: We provide fly and non-fly preventative health assessments for all active duty personnel assigned to Hurlburt Field. We also provide occupational medicine expertise for active duty personnel and civilian pre-employment clearances to include fit-for-duty determinations.
About us: We provide respirator fit testing services, which includes the M-50 gas mask, necessary to be accomplished before any deployment.
Location: 130 LeTourneau Circle, Building 90311
Phone: 850-881-5240 or 850-881-5241, DSN: 641-5240 or 641-5241
About us: Active duty personnel only, and you must have a referral for services. We provide treatment for low back and spine issues. Acupuncture services offered on a case by case basis related to neck pain, muscle spasms, and headaches.
About us: We offer routine laboratory draws and testing for beneficiaries. Services are provided on a walk-in basis only, and all patients must have a valid test order from an authorized provider prior to collection.
Location: 113 Lielmanis Avenue, Building 91020, Second Floor
About us: Priority is given to active duty personnel. Emergency care is available after hours and can be accessed by calling our number, where emergency instructions will be given.
Telephone: 850-881-5204 or 850-881-5108
About us: The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program 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.
About us: Our mission is to prevent and reduce the number and severity of domestic abuse and child maltreatment incidents. The Family Advocacy Program is comprehensive in its provision of behavioral health and clinical prevention and treatment of family violence. The program has three core areas of services including: prevention and outreach services, new parent support program, and maltreatment intervention and treatment. In addition, we have a domestic abuse victim advocate on staff to provide important support and prevention services. We serve all active duty personnel and family members. Retirees are eligible for new parent support program services and victim advocate services only.
Telephone: 850-881-1020, option 1, 1
About us: We treat acute illnesses and a wide variety of disease processes and treatments.
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine, minor procedures and preventive medicine for members on flying status, as well as their dependents.
Location: 452 Cody Avenue, Building 90232, inside the Commando Gym
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We offer injury rehabilitation, mobility, exercise prescriptions, running gait analysis with shoe recommendations, body composition testing, diet and nutrition education, tobacco cessation, and fatigue management services to the Hurlburt Field population.
About us: We provide all recommended vaccines to active duty personnel, retirees and dependents for all services. Flu shots are offered seasonally. Tuberculosis skin tests are performed every weekday, except Thursday.
Telephone: 850-881-1020, option 2, 2
About us: The Medical Evaluation Board is a process designed to determine whether a service member’s long-term medical condition enables him or her to continue to meet medical retention standards, in accordance with military service regulations. It also provides an opportunity for military physicians to clearly document all care and treatments received prior to MEB referral and any duty limitations their condition may cause.
About us: We provide a wide range of services for all active duty personnel assigned to Hurlburt Field to include: separation and retirement health examinations; initial flying class physicals; permanent change of station clearances; active duty security clearances; retraining clearances; and medical profile reviews and management.
Location: 130 LeTourneau Circle, Second Floor
About us: We have a psychiatrist, clinical psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, and technicians on staff. These mental health professionals provide comprehensive mental health counseling for military personnel assigned to Hurlburt Field. Family members of active duty personnel should contact TRICARE Value Options for evaluation, counseling and treatment services.
Location: 113 Lielmanis Avenue, Florida 32544, Building 91020
About us: We provide the highest quality optometric services possible in a timely, expedient, and professional manner. We provide comprehensive eye exams, pre-operative exams for corneal refractive surgery, and follow-up care. Walk-in services are available for:
Telephone: 850-881-1020, option 2, 1
About us: The TRICARE Prime travel entitlement is to assist in offsetting costs for travel expenses incurred by TRICARE Prime beneficiaries when they are required to travel more than 100 miles from their primary care manager’s office for medically necessary specialty care.
About us: We provide care for children and adolescents ages newborn to 17 years old to include sick visits, well child checks, school and sports physicals, overseas clearances. We also have nurse or technician walk-in appointments for throat cultures, wart treatments and suture removals.
Telephone: 850-881-4327, DSN: 641-4327
About us: Active duty personnel only. We provide services for musculoskeletal issues that are chronic or acute. We provide orthopedic post-operative care in accordance to the surgeon’s protocol. Walk-in hours are first come, first serve with limited access. Access for these appointments are preferred to be acute injuries or injuries suffered in the recent two weeks or less. No referral is required for walk-in clinic.
About us: We conduct preventive medicine and communicable disease control, occupational health, food safety, deployment medicine, and disaster response programs.
About us: We offer routine X-rays. We offer referrals for ultrasounds, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, computed tomography (CT), fluoroscopy and mammography for beneficiaries. Services are provided on a walk-in basis only, and all patients must have a valid radiology order from an authorized provider prior to performing any radiology exam or referral.
Telephone: 850-881-1020, option 2, 5
About us: Services are offered where a primary care manager identifies a need for specialty care and an authorization is required to facilitate the need of the patient at a location outside of their appointed military treatment facility.
Telephone: 850-881-1020, option 2, 3
About us: All requests are processed daily and prioritized according to patient care requirements. We process immediate patient-care requests, retiring or separating active duty service members and continuity of care requests. All others are processed according to the date received and completed within 30 days of the requests.
About us: We provide routine and specialty women’s health care to active duty, dependents, and TRICARE Prime enrollees. Other patients are seen on a space-available basis. Available gynecological services include: general annual exams with pelvic exams and pap smears; follow-up, pre-operative and post- operative surgical evaluations and treatments; colposcopies; intrauterine contraceptive device placement and removal; nexplanon treatment and insertion; and endometrial biopsies. All other surgical procedures must be authorized through primary care manager and referred to an outside medical treatment facility.