Location: Building 1050, Second Floor
About us: The acupuncture program was specifically designed for the wounded warrior. However, it helps with hundreds of different types of pain management. It has no side effects. Referrals are required.
About us: Assessment, education and treatment for individuals involved with high-risk substance abuse or dependence. Our services are only available for active duty. Retirees and family members are seen on a space available basis. To make an appointment or to get information on how to assist a family member or friend, please call the intake office.
Location: Building 1060, Second Floor, West Wing
Hours: Tuesday, 8 a.m. for smallpox
About us: Routine adult and childhood vaccinations are available at the medical group main immunizations clinic. Patients may receive routine vaccinations, such as annual vaccination for influenza, without a prescription. Non-routine vaccinations, such as vaccines needed due to certain medical conditions, require a written prescription. Patients requesting travel-related vaccines must first visit the Public Health clinic. We highly encourage all new patients to bring a copy of their prior immunizations with them.
Location: Building 1060, Second Floor, East Wing
Location: Building 1050, East Basement
About us: Service is for active duty members only with identified hearing issue. Referrals required.
Location: Building 1050, Fourth Floor
About us: Assists individuals in preventing and coping with chronic disease by maintaining healthy habits including regular exercise, balanced diet, stress management, relaxation and tobacco cessation. Services include counselling and biofeedback. Available to active duty, families and retirees. For information on specific classes and programs, please contact the intake office.
Location: 1051 West Perimeter Road
Hours: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We provide premier health care, same-day access and customer satisfaction to the Presidential Airlift Squadron, National Capital Region members on Presidential Support Duty, family members, Headquarters Air National Guard personnel, retirees, and other enrollees with special operational needs. We are the Air Force’s only dedicated Presidential Support Clinic. We provide full spectrum primary care, aerospace and occupational medicine, outpatient procedures, and travel medicine fully integrated with acupuncture and complementary medicine.
Location: Building 1060, Third Floor, East Wing
About us: The cardiology department offers comprehensive clinical evaluation and treatment for a wide range of cardiac conditions. Our diagnostic department has both invasive and non-invasive capability. The pulmonary department offers comprehensive clinical evaluation and treatment for a wide range of pulmonary diseases and conditions. Our diagnostic department offers full comprehensive testing for pulmonary diseases and conditions. Referrals are required. For more information about the Methacholine Challenge Test, please click here.
About us: Provides educational briefings and information to help squadron members deal with stress and function more efficiently within the work section. Any squadron member, including wing staff, may call the outreach office to coordinate the appropriate level of training to help meet the needs of their squadron.
Location: Building 1601, California Avenue
About us: Routine dental care is available for active duty. Appointments can be made by calling the main dental clinic. A referral is required for oral surgery appointments. Urgent dental care for severe, uncontrolled pain, bleeding, or swelling is available for all eligible beneficiaries. Active duty should call the main dental clinic for an urgent care screening appointment. After hours, active duty should go to emergent care, or ECC, for an initial screening. If indicated, the on-call dentist will be contacted. Patients under the care of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department may contact the surgery clinic directly. Urgent dental care for non-active duty members is very limited. Non-active duty members will be evaluated and treated on a case-by-case basis. Depending on severity of the condition and availability of care, they may be directed to use their civilian dentist.
Location: Building 1060, Third Floor, West Wing
About us: The clinic provides diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions for patients with a disease not directly associated with trauma. Referrals are required.
Location: Building 1060, East Wing, First Floor
About us: We provide services in routine radiography including X-rays, fluoroscopy, computerized tomography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, and mammography. Appointments are required for all services with the exception of routine X-rays.
Walk-In Mammogram Criteria: You are a female age 40 and above, due or overdue for routine mammogram, have no personal or family history of breast cancer, have no breast symptoms such as lumps, discharge or pain, and have prior films performed in the national capital region for comparison.
Location: Building 1060, East Wing, Second Floor
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We specialize in surgical care for disorders of the head and neck. We treat both medical and surgical issues in patients of all ages to include sinus care, allergies, snoring disorders, hearing disorders, as well as cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical services. Referrals are required.
Location: Building 1060, First Floor, East Wing
About us: Emergent Care, or the ECC, provides both urgent and emergency medical care. If you become ill after hours with an urgent condition, for instance one that requires treatment within 24 hours, you must use this clinic or another local military medical emergency room. If you are enrolled to the 779 Medical Group and choose to use a civilian provider or urgent care facility, you must obtain prior authorization or you will be responsible for the cost of the visit. In an emergency, to include danger of losing life, limb or eyesight due to illness or injury, call 911, or on base call 522. We provide ambulance service for emergencies occurring on Joint Base Andrews. Emergency care is provided 24 hours a day. Patients are treated according to the severity of their illness, not on a first come, first served basis. TRICARE views an emergency as a medical, maternity or psychiatric condition you believe could threaten your life, limb or eye sight without immediate medical attention. Urgent care is for an illness or injury that requires treatment within 24 hours but is not life threatening. Examples include: migraine headache, earache, toothache, sprains, rising fever.
About us: The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program, or EFMP, is designed to provide support to military family members with special needs. Learn more about about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
Location: 1191 Menoher Drive, Family Support Center
About us: We focus on supporting and strengthening families through family outreach, new parent support classes and spouse and child abuse prevention and education. For information, please call the intake office.
Location: Buildings 107, 108, 109, which are temporary medical buildings on Boston Roads
About us: School and sports physicals for children are performed by their primary care manager. The rush period is July and August because of the new school year, fall sports teams holding tryouts, and people moving into the area who need school physicals. Please try to schedule your child's physical early. Availability is limited the longer you wait. If your child has already had a physical in the last year, simply drop off the required forms for the primary care manager to complete. An annual physical is good for 365 days. We offer the following: 9 month screening; 18 month screening; 30 month screening; autism screening; autism screening follow up; and District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia school physical forms.
Location: Building 1050, West Basement
Hours: Return-to-Fly clinic, Monday through Friday, 7 to 8 a.m.
About us: Enrolls active duty flyers and their dependents over age 5, active duty firefighters but not their dependents, and special operations personnel who require Department of Defense Form 2992, medical clearance to fly, but not their dependents. The Base Operational Medicine Clinic, or BOMC, is now located in the Flight Medicine Clinic and provides preventive health assessments.
Location: Building 1060, Second Floor, East Wing, check-in at General Surgery, Ear-Nose-Throat, Urology. For procedures, check-in at Same Day Surgery on the second floor.
About us: Our clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for diseases and symptoms of the gastrointestinal system. The clinic also offers colorectal cancer screening and surveillance for patients with a history of colon polyps. Specific services provided include: colonoscopy, upper endoscopy, and flexible sigmoidoscopy. Services are available for active duty, dependents, and retirees, ages 18-65. A referral is required from your primary care manager. Appointments and procedures are scheduled through both the appointment line as well as the Referral Management Center. For colorectal cancer screening/surveillance of prior colon polyps, if your only need is for a screening or surveillance colonoscopy, for example no gastrointestinal symptoms or other issues, you may be eligible for direct access scheduling, which is being scheduled for a procedure without a preceding clinic visit. If you are interested in this option please visit this website and fill out the questionnaire: https://www.wrnmmc.capmed.mil/Apps/ColonScreening/ColonScreening.aspx. Your file will be reviewed to determine if you are a candidate. MoviPrep Optical Colonoscopy Instruction.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We offer a wide range of inpatient and outpatient general surgery related services from skin excisions to colon cancer cases. Our providers work at all three military treatment facilities within the Washington DC-Maryland-Virginia area, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital and Malcolm Grow Medical Center. Please have your primary care physician place a referral to make an appointment.
Telephone: 240-857-8227 or 240-857-8088
About us: A comprehensive, state of the art, intensive addiction outpatient treatment program, for active duty service members, retirees, and Department of Defense family members who have substance abuse, dependence, gambling, or other addiction diagnoses. For more information and to coordinate an assessment, please contact our Intake Office.
About us: Enrolls individuals age 17 and above individuals with more complicated medical problems such as asthma, diabetes, or cardiac conditions are candidates for internal medicine.
About us: A wide range of diagnostic laboratory support is provided. Most patients are served on a walk-in basis. Only a few tests, such as glucose tolerance, require a scheduled appointment.
Location: 1060 W. Perimeter Road Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, 20762-6601
Telephone: Appointment Line: 1-888-999-1212
About us: Provides counselling and treatment to address mental health concerns. Services are only available for active duty members. Please call the mental health clinic to make an appointment.
About us: We provide neurological assessment and testing for patients with neurological diseases or injuries of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves and muscles. Referrals are required.
About us: We provide eye care services for all active duty, retired and dependent beneficiaries age five to 65 years. No referral is necessary.
About us: A referral is required for oral surgery appointments.
About us: We provide a full range of comprehensive orthopedic services for all Department of Defense eligible beneficiaries. A referral from your primary care provider is required prior to obtaining an appointment at the clinic. Cortisone injections and gel injections for arthritis in major joints, such as the hip and knee, are available by all providers. A fracture clinic, for acute injuries and fractures, is available four days a week on Monday, Tuesday and Friday. A Wednesday fracture clinic is available for follow ups. Although the majority of orthopedic services are for outpatient procedures, inpatient surgical care is available at the National Capital Region partner, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital.
About us: Enrolls children from newborns up to age 16 years.
Location: Building 1051
About us: Enrolls members in direct support of national security missions and programs through comprehensive aerospace, family, operation, travel and alternative medicine services. The clinic also enrolls dependents, age 5 years and up, of active duty members enrolled to this clinic.
Location: Building 1060, West Wing, First Floor
About us: The physical medicine clinic consists of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and chiropractic services. Physical therapy specializes in evaluation and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions to include manual therapy, sports injury rehabilitation, and post-operative rehabilitation. Occupational therapy specializes in evaluation and treatment of orthopedic upper extremity injuries and conditions in order to regain functional independence. Chiropractic services are directed towards the treatment of spinal adjustment.
About us: The Podiatry Clinic provides comprehensive medical and surgical care of the foot. Podiatry access is by referral only. All eligible patients can be seen in the clinic, though surgical care may be limited.
Location: Building 1060, Third Floor, West Wing, preventive health assessment, deployment travel building
About us: Urology is a specialty which focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract and urogenital system, which includes the organs used in the production and excretion of urine, as well as the organs of reproduction for men. Referrals are required.
Location: Building, 1060, Third Floor, West Wing
About us: Referrals are required.
About us: The clinic offers obstetrical and gynecological health care including full gynecological surgical services to adolescents, adults and geriatric women.Expectant mothers will receive their routine prenatal care at the 11th Medical Group. When it's time for delivery, a military provider and nurse midwife will deliver their baby at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital and provide any other inpatient obstetric services that may be required. Patients transferring their prenatal care from another location should call the Women's Health Clinic. Patients should also bring a copy of their records to the clinic for review to ensure the appropriate level of care is available. Patients identified as high risk during the review process may need to be seen at another military facility that offers the level of care needed.