If you have a question about a clinic that is not listed, please check with your PCM. Services vary from one clinic to another within the AFMS.
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The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Clinic manages the substance abuse prevention and treatment programs for Air Force personnel assigned to JBER. Additionally, it provides oversight to the Army Substance Abuse Program prevention effort (6 employees). ADAPT staff consists of 3 Alcohol and Drug Counselors and 2 providers. Treatment includes initial evaluations, individual follow‐up sessions and group therapy, along with providing education and prevention to personnel on alcohol and drug use/abuse. ADAPT works collaboratively with commanders and First Sergeants to provide individualized and tailored treatment to help meet the patient's goals with minimal impact on the mission.
Allergy/Immunizations is comprised of 3 sub-sections, Allergy clinic, Allergy shots and Immunizations. Currently we have one allergist. We are located on the first floor at the Moose entrance next to ER. The clinic provides care to all eligible beneficiaries to include both pediatric and adult populations. Please check the main page for Training Day Hours.
Tuberculosis (TB or PPD):
The Anesthesia Flight provides preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care for all beneficiaries in the 8 operating rooms. The department consists of anesthesiologists, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, registered nurses, and medical technicians. They also provide anesthetic services for the labor and delivery department, to include epidurals for labor and cesarean section deliveries. They are located at 2nd floor, Bear area of the main hospital.
The Audiology Clinic is responsible for comprehensive hearing and balance evaluations supporting Alaska DoD, US Coast Guard and US Public Health Service medical operations. Audiologists specialize in the assessment and management of hearing loss and tinnitus. Additionally the clinic offers comprehensive testing to assess vestibular function related to balance. Eligible family members and retirees are seen on space available basis. Newborns requiring follow-up hearing screens are seen in the clinic as well. The evaluations for hearing aids and fittings are for active duty only. Our hours of operation are Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. hrs except on the 3rd Thursday of every month when we are closed the entire day for Medical Readiness Training. Audiology can be reached at 907-580-0346 or
The Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP) consults with patients in Family practice‐ early interventions to prevent worsening Mental Health symptoms. Focus is on improved health and better coping skills. BHOP sees on average 10 patients daily which includes initial evaluations and follow ups. BHOP is staffed with 1 social worker, 1 psychologist and 1 nurse case manager.
Behavioral Health Unit (BHU)
The Behavioral Health Unit (BHU) is a 24/7 inpatient psychiatric unit in support of Alaska’s active duty service population, their adult dependents, and all service-eligible Veterans. The BHU consists of a 10-bed therapeutic environment, staffed by a multidisciplinary team of 12 psychiatric nurses, 20 mental health technicians, one social worker, and one psychiatrist. The BHU provides acute stabilization of patients requiring psychological intervention and assistance. The BHU team also provides individualized care through the utilization of group psycho-educational classes, 1:1 support, and other collaborative approaches to aid in effective patient recovery.
The Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight provides JBER workers and residents with healthy and safe working and living environments. Through their industrial protection programs they protect base workers from occupational hazards such as noise, industrial chemical use, radiation, ergonomics injuries, and indoor air quality concerns. For JBER residents they ensure that the base drinking water is safe to drink and respond to CBRN incidents to ensure the responders and general population are protected and the mission continues.
The Cardiology & Pulmonology Clinics are part of a joint Department of Defense and VA venture providing care to eligible beneficiaries. Cardiology Clinic offers comprehensive clinical consultation services for the evaluation and treatment for a wide range of cardiac conditions to include, but not limited to, inpatient and outpatient clinical consultations, stress testing, Echocardiography, limited electrophysiology services including ECG, Holters and 30 day cardiac event monitors. The diagnostic department offers non‐invasive testing services. The Pulmonology Clinic offers comprehensive clinical evaluation and treatment for a wide range of pulmonary diseases and conditions. The diagnostic department offers full comprehensive testing for pulmonary diseases/conditions to include, but not limited to, inpatient and outpatient clinical consultations, Bronchoscopy, Exercise Induced Asthma Studies and Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT). They offer both invasive and noninvasive procedures. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
The Chiropractic Clinic provides routine and non‐urgent chiropractic care to the active duty population only. Services include chiropractic manipulation, manual therapies, disc decompression, passive electrical muscle stimulation, cold laser, therapeutic ultrasound, functional orthotic management, and home exercise management. All active duty personnel, regardless of branch of service, are eligible for care. The clinic hours of operation are 0800‐1600 hours Monday through Friday, except for federal holidays and facility closures. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
The Dental Clinic is located on the second floor of the DoD/VA Joint Venture Hospital at the Moose entrance. Our squadron provides a wide range of services to the active‐duty population including general dentistry, endodontics, limited periodontics, oral & maxillofacial surgery, and prosthodontics.
Clinic hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. ‐ 4:30 p.m., with the exception being the third Thursday of every month for readiness training (clinic closed all day). Dental appointments are scheduled by calling (907) 580‐5010. For emergent care (sick-call) during duty hours, call for an appointment. Individuals needing after or non-duty hours, emergent care should report to the JBER Hospital emergency room.
Routine dental care for family‐members is referred to the local civilian community through the TRICARE (United Concordia) dental insurance program. A list of local providers that accept this insurance can be found online at www.uccitdp.com/find-a-dentist/. Family members need to be enrolled at least 30 days before making an appointment to ensure eligibility. The service member is responsible for enrollment of their dependents. This can be accomplished by following the United Concordia web link.
The Dermatology Clinic has two dermatologists and is located on the second floor within the internal medicine clinic. The clinic provides care to all eligible beneficiaries to include both pediatric and adult populations. The dermatology clinic performs preventive screenings and focused skin exams as well as minor surgical procedures. They treat a variety of skin, hair, and nail disorders such as skin cancers, warts, acne, and eczema. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
The Diagnostic Imaging Flight provides routine radiographs, CTs (Computerized Tomography), mammograms, ultrasounds, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and Nuclear Medicine tests. For emergency studies, radiology also provides 24‐hour coverage through Emergency Department. The radiology flight can provide patients with copies of their exams via CD Rom. Patients can receive a CD by requesting in person at the radiology file room. Radiology staff will require the patient to present their ID card. Reports for radiology exams are obtained through the medical records department. They are located on the 1st floor, Moose area of the main hospital. Their hours of operations are Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. hrs. They are closed for routine studies at third Thursday of every month for Medical Readiness Training.
The Drug Demand and Testing (DDR) section is responsible for all Air Force/Civilian Drug testing for JBER.
The Emergency Services Flight (also known as the ED) provides continuous emergent and urgent care to multiservice military beneficiaries and eligible VA veterans. Emergency Services also provides ambulance response service to the entire JBER installation and VA hospital. Patients are cared for based on a triaging system to ensure patients with the most urgent medical issues are seen first. The Emergency Services team is a blend of Air Force/Army, active/guard/reserve, VA and Contract civilians representing all aspects of our DoD/VA partnership. Hours of operation are 24 hours including all holidays and down days.
The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program (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. Learn more about about the Exceptional Family Member Program and link it (in a new tab) to the EFMP microsite here: http://www.airforcemedicine.af.mil/EFMP/
The Family Advocacy Program Office (FAP) offers Anger management and Stress Management Groups, Couples, Family and individual therapy and Parenting Classes. Our Special Needs Coordinator provides oversight for Overseas Clearances/ Special needs in collaboration with TOPA Flight. Family advocacy on average serves a populous of 557 referrals for Maltreatment and is the largest in the Air Force. Our staff includes 5 treatment managers (FATM), 2 Domestic Abuse Victim Advocates (DAVA), 4 Program Assistance (FAPA), 1 Researcher, 2 Family Advocacy Officers (FAO) and an NCOIC (Mental Health Tech). Additionally they have New Parents Support Program‐ 4 Home visiting Nurses.
The Family Health Clinic serves approximately 23,000 empanelled beneficiaries, providing a broad spectrum of health care to the entire family. They provide a lifetime of quality care to patients of all ages, from birth through the golden years. Primary care encompasses a range of healthcare services, including, but not limited to, well child exams, sports physicals, adolescent healthcare, annual/periodic physicals for men and women, preventive healthcare, acute and chronic illness care, minor surgical procedures and exercise treadmill testing. Recent implementation of the Patient‐Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model of care provides greater satisfaction to patients, physicians, and the health care team by ensuring that patients' needs are met and access to care is improved, health information is handled effectively, and the team works as a cohesive unit. Acute and established medical appointments are offered during normal duty hours from Monday to Friday (except the third Thursday of the month when they are closed for the entire day for Medical Readiness Training) and can be made by calling the appointment line at (907) 580‐2778. Family Health Clinic walk‐in times (for suture removals, blood pressure checks, wart treatments, and Depo‐Provera injections) are from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Those empanelled to the clinic may also leave a message with their Primary Care team by calling the appointment line at (907) 580‐2778 or utilize our secure messaging system known as MiCare. Patients can come by the Family Health Clinic to register into the system and begin messaging your healthcare provider team for such things as medication refills.
The Flight Medicine Clinic provides routine medical care to special duty populations (Aircrew, ATC, NATO, PRP, Parachutists) and their dependents. Active Duty-only sick call is for 2992 holders (Active flyers or controllers) for acute issues (DNIF and Return to Fly). The hours for sick call are from 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. hrs Monday through Friday. Routine medical appointments are scheduled 8:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. hrs and 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. hrs and can be made by calling Flight Medicine at (907) 551-4006. Flight Medicine Clinic is closed Thursday afternoons from 12 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. hrs for training. Additionally, Flight Medicine Clinic is closed all day the third Thursday of the month for Medical Readiness Training. After duty-hours, flyers should go to the Elmendorf emergency room. The flight surgeon on call will be notified of ER visits by flying personnel. Should a flyer be seen outside of the Flight Medicine, it is their responsibility to notify the flight surgeon the next duty day following any visit to a provider or receiving care and treatment outside of Flight Medicine Clinic. Flyers will be considered restricted and may NOT perform their special duties (Fly, Control, Jump) until cleared by a flight surgeon.
Aerospace and Operational Physiology (AOPT)
The Aerospace and Operational Physiology (AOPT) team provides Reduced Oxygen Breathing Devise (ROBD) training for JBER and Eielson AFB aircrew members. Classes are weapon system specific and cover topics such as acceleration forces, aviation human factors, high altitude physiology and physiological effects of altitude. The six month class schedule is posted on the 3 OSS SharePoint site. As human factors consultants, AOPT trends mishap data and provides training to JBER personnel aimed at optimizing the warfighter through enhanced human performance.
The Gastroenterology Clinic has three Board Certified Gastroenterologists that specialize in the evaluation and treatment of disorders of the digestive tract including, but not limited to gastroesophageal reflux disease, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, peptic ulcer disease, diseases of the liver, bile duct and pancreas. As skilled endoscopists they perform many diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including colonoscopy, upper endoscopy (EGD), ERCP, endoscopic ultrasound (EUS), capsule endoscopy, ambulatory pH monitoring, liver biopsy, and esophageal manometry. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
The General Surgery clinic is the largest general surgery service in PACAF and provides referral evaluation, emergency surgery, outpatient surgery and post‐operative care to active duty military, Department of Defense, Veteran's Association and dependent beneficiaries throughout the State of Alaska. In‐house access to plastic surgery services is provided on a quarterly basis by specialists from San Antonio Medical Center. Wound Care referral services are provided on an outpatient and in‐patient basis. In development is a Bariatric Surgery Service which will provide the capability to evaluate, surgically treat and follow patients with morbid obesity. Additionally, patients needing suture or staple removal from any surgical service are accepted on a walk‐in basis at the General Surgery Clinic. Their hours of operations are Mon‐Fri from 7:30 a.m. ‐ 4:30 p.m. while emergency surgical services are provided 24‐hours daily. They are closed every 3rd Thursday of the month for Medical Readiness Training.
The Health and Wellness Center (HAWC) provides a wide range of quality services and provides "one stop shopping" for health education, fitness assessments, exercise prescriptions, and prevention and intervention programs. The staff promotes health and wellness that supports the warrior mission--"to ensure all active duty are fit to fight" and that all DoD civilians, retired members, reservists, and beneficiaries achieve good health through lifestyle change. The HAWC is located on Necrason St., Building 9497 in the Arctic Oasis. Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. hrs Monday-Friday.
The Mental Health Outreach/formerly Resiliency Element is responsible for the development, management and execution of community prevention services that promote resiliency and help seeking while reducing substance misuse, domestic violence, suicidal behavior, and other high risk behaviors.
The Medical Information Services Flight (MIS) maintains the largest medical information technology platform in the Pacific Air Forces valued at $14M. We provide computer support to over 1.3K users comprised of Active Duty, civilians and contractors. Our services are but not limited to AFNet user account creation, file permission, printer permissions, automated data processing equipment refresh and any coordination needed to maintain /sustain medical applications. We act as liaison to 673d Communications Squadron, Air Force Network Information and Communications (AFNIC) and Air Force Medical Operations Agency (AFMOA) for any communications issues. We perform Tier 2 customer support during regular duty days and provider Tier 1 support after hours. We are located on the 2nd floor of the main hospital, and our hours of operation are 0730-1630, Monday to Friday except for federal holidays and PACAF down days.
The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Flight is a joint venture unit operated by the Department of Defense and Veteran Affairs. The staff is comprised of 20 active duty Air Force Nurses and Medical Technicians and 25 Veteran Affairs Nurses, Respiratory Therapists and Administrators, who have advanced training in Critical Care. The ICU provides 24/7 patient care, with an average of 820 annual admissions in a 10‐bed unit, delivering comprehensive medical and surgical critical care to the 673d Medical Group’s 159,000 DoD and VA beneficiaries. Our goal is to provide world-class critical care to our active duty, dependents, retirees, and Veteran beneficiaries while supporting the Air Force’s Medical Service Mission.
The Internal Medicine Clinic primarily serves our geriatric population. They have seven internists who provide preventative screenings as well as routine care. Although they are considered a primary health care clinic, they also obtain empanelment by referral. Most Internal Medicine referrals are regarding patients diagnosed with multiple/complex medical issues which require management of an Internist. Appointments are made by the Central Appointment line at 907-580‐2778. If a concern arises that does not need an appointment, a telephone consult can be requested through the Central Appointment Line. Our clinic hours are 7:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday with the following exceptions. The clinic is closed every Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. for Flight Physical Fitness and every 3rd Thursday of each month the entire day for Medical Readiness Training.
The Medical Laboratory Services Flight provides pathology and laboratory services with accurate and timely analytical support ensuring exceptional quality care to our customers. Our services include Anatomical Pathology, Transfusion Services, Chemistry, Hematology and Body Fluid Analysis, Coagulation, Microbiology, Serology, Urinalysis, Point of Care Testing, Referral Lab Services, Phlebotomy Lab Services and Tumor Registry Services. We are located on the 1st floor of the main hospital and our hours of operation are 0730 -1630, Monday to Friday except for federal holidays, military training days and PACAF down days.
The Medical Logistics Flight provides support for DoD's premier Joint Venture Veterans Affairs hospital. The flight is comprised of 148 personnel including 2 AFSCs (4A1s/4A2s). We service approximately 249 customers dispersed over 5 geographically separated locations and our services include Customer Service, Storage and Distribution, Medical Equipment Management, War Reserve Materiel (WRM), Medical Equipment Repair Center (MERC) and Facilities Management. In addition to maintaining a 750,000 square foot campus, we maintain $13M in WRM assets, manage $43M medical device/equipment inventory, $13M service contracts and execute roughly $28M in sales annually. Furthermore, our MERC team services 5 Air Force, Air National Guard and US Coast Guard medical facilities throughout the Alaskan region. Our hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday but we also have a technician on call at all times.
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The Mental Health Clinic sees patients for therapy, medications, couples therapy, psychological testing and various groups. Currently they are open to active duty only. Mental Health sees on average 30 patients per day which includes initial evaluations, follow ups, and T-cons. Mental Health is staffed with 21 techs and 20 providers (Psychiatrists, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, Psychologists, and Social Workers).
The Medical Readiness Office (MRO) ensures the medical group is adequately resourced and trained to respond to peacetime and wartime contingencies. The flight is comprised of 9 personnel including 4 AFSCs (41A3/4A0/4B0/4N0). They prepare 1.3K medical personnel to provide, or arrange for care of casualties resulting from wartime and peacetime disasters and contingencies. Additionally, the flight manages/provides oversight for Emergency Management, Medical Contingency Response, unit-level exercise planning, OPSEC, Anti-terrorism Force Protection, Readiness Skills Verification, mobility assignments, formal training requirements, and Air Force level readiness reporting of personnel and war reserve materiel equipment valued at 13 million dollars. Furthermore, the MRO serves as the medical readiness advisor to the MDG Commander ensuring the Arctic Medics are "ready to fight tonight".
The Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) Clinic is a Defense Veterans Brain Injury Clinic Site that receives traumatic brain injured patients MEDEVAC'd from theater and provides services to eligible beneficiaries who have sustained a mild traumatic brain injury. The mTBI Clinic is the only one in the Air Force. It garners attention from Distinguished Visitors throughout DoD and the nation. An average day's caseload is 8 Mental Health patients with TBI related issues, 20 patients for medication management and medical evaluations, and 30 patients for Occupational Therapy. The mTBI Clinic is typically tasked with screening 3500 or more service members with the Automated Neurocognitive Assessment Metrics (ANAM), a computer‐based assessment designed to detect speed and accuracy of attention, memory, and thinking ability. We conduct neuropsychological assessments as needed for mTBI Clinic patients. A full neuropsychological test battery takes approximately 2‐5 hours to administer, depending upon the referral question, and requires interpretation from a Licensed Psychologist specially trained in neuropsychological assessment.
The Multi‐Services Unit (MSU) Flights day‐to‐day mission is to provide 24/7 in‐patient medical support to Alaska's 159,000 member population comprised of not only active duty service members and their families but retired Department of Defense and Veteran Affairs beneficiaries. With over 1900 annual admissions, the clinical operations on the unit includes 22 beds, 59 active duty nurses and technicians, Veterans Affairs and GS staff. We also have 79 Medical Doctors in 17 services lines to include Orthopedics, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and General Surgery.
The goal in the Neurology Clinic is to provide the best services possible to those in need of neurological evaluation and treatment. Expert medical evaluation along with advanced electrodiagnostic testing helps to provide you with the best possible treatment for neurological disorders. Procedures offered include Electroencephalography (EEG), Nerve Conduction Studies and Electromyography (NCV/EMG), Visual Evoked Potentials (VEP's), Lumbar Punctures, Acupuncture, and non‐cosmetic Botox injections. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
The Nutritional Medicine Flight provides both inpatient and outpatient support for 166,000 DoD/VA beneficiaries. The nutritional medicine flight is the largest medical dining facility in PACAF feeding over 137,000 patrons and 3K inpatients annually. Our services include food production (supporting inpatient and patron feeding) as well as inpatient and outpatient nutritional counseling. Additionally, we support local schools, special organizations and sister services in improving the basic foundations of balanced nutrition and fitness; to include the First Lady's initiative to end childhood obesity, "Let's Move." Furthermore, our nutrition team works to support the requests of seven other bases in the PACAF area in regards to training and guidance. Known as the Wolf's Den Dining Facility, we are located on the lower level of the 673 Medical Group. Feel free to contact a member of the food production team at 907-580‐6237. If you would like to receive more information on how to improve your nutrition, call the Nutrition Clinic at 907-580-4310.
The Occupational Therapy (OT) Clinic provides patient-centered outpatient rehabilitative services for all active duty members as well as retirees and family members if space is available. Active duty patients and post-operative patients have priority. Services include evaluation and treatment of upper extremity neuro-musculoskeletal injuries. Treatments and post-operative orthopedic care include, but are not limited to; education and training on compensatory strategies, design and fabrication of splints, selection of and training on adaptive equipment, and therapeutic activities and exercises to enhance functional performance of activities of daily living skills. Limited inpatient OT services are also available to all eligible beneficiaries. Occupational Therapy services are available during normal outpatient clinic hours, Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except for the 3rd Thursday of each month when they are closed the entire day for Medical Readiness Training. Additionally they are closed for federal holidays and facility closures. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
Ophthalmology Clinic hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; while emergency surgical services are provided 24‐hours daily. The clinic is closed every 3rd Thursday of the month for Medical Readiness Training.
The Ophthalmology Clinic provides eye care for active duty, retired military, adult dependents, and pediatrics under age 7 on a case by case basis. The clinic offers a wide range of comprehensive ophthalmic care to include exams, office procedures, and eye surgery. Care is provided for patients with conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, and dry eye. If additional specialty care is required, it can be coordinated with eye specialists in the community. The clinic does not offer routine exams for spectacles or contact lenses.
The Refractive Surgery Clinic is a co-located, Mission Readiness program, established to provide alternative options for Active Duty personnel currently dependent on glasses. Eligible personnel may follow the link to the "Refractive Surgery Clinic" for more information.
The Optometry Flight provides comprehensive eye exams for active duty personnel, TRICARE Prime beneficiaries and members enrolled in the diabetic program. TRICARE Plus, Standard, and TRICARE For Life beneficiaries can be seen on a space available basis. Currently the Optometry Clinic has three Active Duty and one civilian Optometrists. Our hours of operation are Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. hrs except on the 3rd Thursday of every month when we are closed the entire day for Medical Readiness Training. Appointment during operating hours can be made by calling central appointment desk at (907) 580-1150.
The Orthopedic Surgery Clinic provides comprehensive musculoskeletal care to JBER Active Duty personnel, their dependents and retirees. This includes arthroscopic procedures of the knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow, and wrist; adult joint replacement of the knee, shoulder, elbow, and hip; and basic adult and pediatric orthopedic trauma. Nerve entrapment release, excisional biopsies, stabilization procedures, tendon repair, and non‐operative fracture treatment are also integral components of the JBER Orthopedic treatment capabilities. Cases involving complex pediatric orthopedic conditions and spine consults are deferred to network providers. Emergency orthopedic call coverage is provided 24/7 by clinic providers. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center. Their hours of operations are Mon‐Fri from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. while emergency surgical services are provided 24‐hours daily. They are closed every 3rd Thursday of the month for Medical Readiness Training.
The Otolaryngology clinic provides inpatient and outpatient care to JBER Active Duty personnel, dependents and DoD/VA beneficiaries on a referral basis. Services are provided to cover all aspects of otolaryngologic diseases including otologic, and sinus diseases, as well as voice problems, and head and neck cancers. Our surgical capabilities include pediatric and adult general otolaryngology, facial plastics, reconstructive surgery, and head and neck cancer procedures. Surgeries are performed on a same‐day ambulatory basis as well as inpatient. The outpatient clinic provides acute and routine evaluations with follow‐up care. Minor surgical procedures are performed routinely in the clinical environment under local anesthesia as well as in the main operating theater. Their hours of operations are Mon‐Fri from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. while emergency surgical services are provided 24‐hours daily. They are closed every 3rd Thursday of the month for Medical Readiness Training.
The Pain Management Clinic provides multidisciplinary acute and chronic pain management care to active duty, dependent, retired service, and Veteran's Association members. Their multidisciplinary approach involves medication management, procedural pain treatment, pain physical therapy, pain psychology, and lifestyle modification. They are located at the 1st floor, Lynx building of the hospital. Their hours of operations are Mon‐Fri from 7:30 a.m. ‐ 4:30 p.m. They are closed every 3rd Thursday of the month for Medical Readiness Training.
Patient Administration provides healthcare support services as part of the delivery of basic and comprehensive medical treatment to eligible beneficiaries and manages or provides appropriate guidance and oversight of all aspects of medical records functions within the 673d Medical Group. The staff also maintains inpatient and outpatient records availability and accountability to ensure compliance with national accreditation standards. In addition, the section provides oversight responsible for release of information, diagnostic coding, hospital admissions, Family Member Relocations, Medical Evaluation Boards, and Line of Duty determinations.
Thank you for choosing JBER Pediatric Clinic! We provide primary and acute care for children from birth to 18 years of age. Please feel free to contact us via MiCare* or at 907-580-2778 to schedule an appointment, leave a telephone consult for your provider or to speak to a Registered Nurse about any questions or concerns. This page is strictly for reference and resources for us to help better serve your family. If you feel you have a medical emergency, go to the nearest emergency room or call 9-1-1.
Telephone Consults are monitored and answered by Registered Nurses. For symptom based questions a nurse will return your call within 2 hours of receiving your message. Medication refills, referral questions, and all other inquiries will be returned within 72 duty hours. Training day is typically the third Thursday of every month and the clinic closed all day for medical Readiness Training.
Location: Hospital, 1st floor, Bear Entrance
Hours of Operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. M/W/F
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. T/Th
Strep Throat & Wart Removal Walk-in ClinicMon, Wed, Fri 8 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. & 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Tues and Thurs 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Congratulations on your new addition! If your baby is born at JBER, your follow-up appointment will be coordinated prior to discharge from the hospital. If you have delivered off-base, please see the instructions below.
For babies born on and off base, it is important to obtain the temporary birth certificate and have the sponsor enroll the infant in DEERS (The People Center on JBER-E or Building 600 on JBER-R). It is important to then enroll the infant into TriCare. This can be done in person at the Tricare office at JBER Hospital, online through the Tricare Beneficiary Web Enrollment website (requires the sponsor’s CAC), or by calling United Health Care (UHC) (1-877-988-9378) to enroll in the Tricare West Region.
Newborns Born Off-Base
JBER is located in the Tricare West Region, which is serviced by United Health Care (UHC) Military West. Referrals to subspecialists can be placed by any of the providers here at JBER.
Please contact us at any time so that we can help assist you with finding the appropriate ASQ for your child’s age. These tools are helpful at well-child visits or if you have any concerns.
Early Intervention Services
Do you have concerns about your child’s development, or would just like to see how they are progressing? The Infant Learning Program/Alaska Early Intervention Program provide assessments, assist in coordinating therapies, and finding available resources for children birth to 3 years of age.
The JBER Optometry Clinic & the Optometry Clinic located at the BX begin seeing children without referrals at 3 years of age. If your child requires more frequent visits, is younger than 2 years of age, or requires more than a routine eye exam, a referral may be needed.
BX Optometry: 907-753-7515
JBER Optometry Clinic: 907-580-2778 Option 2, Option 3.
TRICARE covered services
In order to schedule a dental exam for your child, you must be enrolled in the Tricare family member’s dental plan. Please refer to the link below if you have not enrolled in the Dental program or would like to know more about your benefits. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that you establish a dental home for infants by 12 months of age.
TRICARE Covered Services
Do you have concerns about your child’s learning capabilities and behavior? If so, please print out and review the package below. There are detailed instructions about filling out the required paperwork and setting up an initial appointment with your child’s Primary Care Manager (PCM).
Vanderbilt ADHD Packet
Well Child Check-up Schedule
* Shot Schedule:
Flu vaccine due yearly starting at 6 months old.
Print this schedule for you refrigerator
August 2016 Newsletter
May 2016 Newsletter
March 2016 Newsletter
Anchorage School District Forms
Matsu School District Health Forms
Central Registration For Cdc
Did You Know?
Healthychildren.org is a website created by American Academy of Pediatrics that is a great resource to research many topics ranging from development to healthy living, safety and prevention, family life, and common illnesses. The website does not replace being examined by your PCM, or discussing your concerns with a health care provider, however it can be a helpful resource with the safest and most up-to-date information.
Welcome! We hope you will find the information you need here to help you feel more comfortable during your pregnancy, delivery, and transitioning to caring for your new family member.
Proud to announce JBER Perinatal Unit received 3 Star Recognition for the 2014 Alaska Infant Safe Sleep Project!
Location: Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Perinatal Services Unit 5955 Zeamer Ave, JBER, AK 99506
Tricare appointment line: 907-580-2778 (can also make appointments online or through MiCare)
Women's Health Clinic (for non-emergencies during duty hours): 907-580-5808
Labor & Delivery:
Postpartum or Perinatal Unit (including birth certificate questions): 907-580-1401
Perinatal Lactation Consultant (Monday-Friday only): 907-580-1401
Pediatric Clinic: 907-580-2908
New Parent Support: 907-580-5858
JBER WIC office (now located at Arctic Oasis, 2nd floor): 907-343-4430
Virtual Tour of JBER Perinatal Services Unit
When to call Labor and Delivery & Outpatient discharge instructions
Childbirth Class Information
Hospital Packing List
Newborn Care Instructions
Mother Care Instructions
Alaska State Birth Certificate Information
DEERS Enrollment Information
Local Breastfeeding Support
Bereavement Services (Resolve through Sharing- RTS)
The 673 MDG Personnel and Administration (P&A) Staff (formerly known as CSS) supports over 1.3K personnel with various types of human resource issues. We are a one stop shop for most personnel issues to include Civilian Personnel, First Sergeant, and mail distribution. The 673 MDG P&A staff also conducts various functions including MDG in-processing/out-processing, Government Travel Card processes, Enlisted Promotion Testing, Group Forms and Publications, MDG FARM program, IMA Coordination, UIF Monitoring, Special Duty Pay processing, Duty Status updates, and DMHRSi HR Management. P&A also acts as the main conduit between MDG personnel and Force Support programs. An average of over 800 evaluations, 835 decorations, 647 GTC card holders, 5 detail programs, 2450 official/certified mail, 623 allocations/sponsorship packages, 175 enlisted promotions (BTZ, incremental), and 365 enlisted promotion testing (SSgt - CMSgt) rosters are processed/managed annually.
Hospital Pharmacy (Hospital, 1st floor Bear Entrance):
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (M-F)
24-hour Refill Line: (907) 580-1170
Satellite Pharmacy (Exchange): 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (M-F) for off base and refill prescriptions 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Sat) for prescription pick-up only (907) 580-5526
Information About Prescription Refills
Prescription services are available to all DoD beneficiaries (including Medicare patients) with a valid DoD ID card. Most prescriptions may be filled with a 90-day supply if requested by the provider. Others may be filled up to a 30-day supply. All prescriptions should have the patient name, date of birth, and phone number placed on them. Prescriptions may be filled with a generically equivalent medication.
There are two pharmacy locations. The Hospital Pharmacy is located on the first floor of the hospital near the bear entrance and is open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. The Satellite Pharmacy is located in the BX next to the commissary and is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. for pick-up only. Training occurs on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Services will be limited or no access to BOTH pharmacies. Please refer to JBER Pharmacy's Facebook Page for an up-to-date schedule.
All prescription refills must be ordered through the phone-in refill service or online. Phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Prescriptions may be refilled after 75% of the previous day supply has elapsed to avoid running out of medication except for controlled substances which may not be refilled more than 4 days early.
To use the phone-in service, call 907-580-1170 and follow the prompts (see below). Refills called in before 6 a.m. will be filled and available for pick-up after 9 a.m. the next duty day. Refills called in after 6 a.m. will be filled and available for pick-up after 9 a.m. two duty days later. The phone-in system will tell you when your prescription will be ready unless your prescription is for a special order medication and has alternate information on the label.
All medications are refilled at the Satellite Pharmacy. All filled prescriptions are kept for 7 duty days and must be picked up within that time frame or the transactions will be reversed and the medication will be put back to stock.
If you would like to speak with a staff member at the Hospital Pharmacy, call 907-580-3012. If you would like to speak with a staff member at the Satellite Pharmacy, call 907-580-5526. If you have run out of refills and require a new prescription order, please contact your provider. For on base providers, call the Appointment Line at 907-580-APPT (2778). All new orders from on base providers must be activated at the Hospital Pharmacy in order to be filled
Pharmacy Refill Call-in Options: · Dial 580-1170, and follow the instructions · To Request Refill or For Refill Status----------------------------Option 1 · For drug information you are currently taking------------------Option 2 · For Location and Hours of Operations---------------------------Option 3 · For information on how to use the refill system----------------Option 4 · To speak with Pharmacy Technician-----------------------------Option 5 · To repeat this option-----------------------------------------------Option 9
The Physical Therapy (PT) Clinic is a referral clinic for outpatient and inpatient neuro-musculoskeletal problems. Active duty patients have priority. When fully staffed, access expands to include some dependents of active duty for outpatient exams and treatments. Post-operative treatment is provided for all beneficiaries that received surgery at the 673 MDG. Services include skilled manipulation of the spine and extremities, trigger point dry needling, supervised exercise and targeted modality treatments (e.g. Iontophoresis and Electrical Stimulation). The PT clinic is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except for training (3rd Thursday of each month), federal holidays and facility closures. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
The Public Health Flight is located on the first floor of the Lynx Wing. Our services include food safety and sanitation, temporary food handlers’ certificates, deployment medicine briefs, recommendations for foreign travel, communicable health, hearing conservation & occupational health. Our hours of operation are Mon-Fri 0730-1630 hrs except on the 3rd Thursday of every month when we are closed the entire day for Medical Readiness Training. Public Health can be reached at DSN (317) 580-4014/COMM (907) 580-4014. Additionally in the event of an emergency please contact the Public Health On-Call Technician at (907) 382-0435.
The Referral Management Center (RMC) provides a wide range of quality services and "one stop shopping" for the medical referral process. The RMC processes 56K referrals annually for 37K beneficiaries. The hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m. Monday‐Friday except on the 3rd Thursday of every month when the office is closed the entire day for Medical Readiness Training. The RMC customer service section is located in the main hospital on the second floor. Referral Management can be reached at (907) 580‐2778 Option 4, then Option 1.
Welcome to the 673 Medical Group's Joint War Fighter Refractive Surgery Center!
We are located on the second floor of the 673 MDG DoD-VA Joint Venture Hospital on the Elmendorf side of JBER. We opened in August 2011 and we offer two quality refractive surgery options, PRK and LASIK, for Active Duty members across all branches of the military (Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy, & Coast Guard). ICL procedures are only authorized for Army personnel currently. This is a co-managed program with Ophthalmology services. We provide vision correction surgery in order to reduce dependency on glasses and our goal is to enhance vision and mission readiness for the warfighter.
Refractive surgery is only offered for Active Duty members at this time.
Refractive Surgery Team
Address: 673ABW/MDG/SGCS/SGCUE 5955 Zeamer Ave JBER Anchorage, AK 99506
Phone: (907) 580-2020
**You do not need to reside in Alaska to be seen at our clinic. Our wait time is generally minimal.
You may coordinate preliminary consultation and follow-ups with your local base clinic.
Please keep in mind, if you are seen at a clinic outside of JBER Hospital for a preliminary evaluation, the Optometrist has identified you as a potential candidate for the procedure. You may still be disqualified by one of our Corneal Refractive Surgeons based upon our findings (diagnostic imaging/health history). Our clinic follows conservative military standards because we care about your ocular health and career longevity. It is not our intention or preference to disqualify individuals, however, on occasion it is the most appropriate plan of care.
The following are Optometry clinics within Alaska that frequently Co-Manage our Alaskan based patients:
All Active Duty members who meet the following minimum requirements may apply for refractive surgery:
We require two (2) complete eye exams at least one (1) year apart, with one being current for this year. This is to identify a stable eyeglass prescription.
If your prescription has never been checked by an optometrist at a military clinic, please submit a copy of an eye exam or glasses prescription from your civilian eye care provider.
*Note: Basic Training military entrance exams do not fulfill this requirement.
** You must be out of your contact lenses for at least 30 days prior to your pre-op exam and surgical date (90 days if you wear hard contact lenses) **
Once the above forms have been received electronically, we will review your packet for qualification and notify you to schedule a pre-operative consultation at the JBER Refractive Surgery Center.
Please scan and send an ENCRYPTED email containing all required documents for the application process to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Call (907) 580-5523 to confirm receipt of your submission if you have not heard from us within seven (7) days.
- Refer to AFI 33-332 Section 2.2.5 for proper guidance of sending personal information over email.
The following includes details established specifically for the Air Force Corneal Refractive Surgery Program if you are interested in reading them:
USAF Corneal Refractive Surgery Program (updated 2014)
Important Details about the Refractive Surgery Process
Following your pre-operative consultation, if you are deemed a good candidate for surgery, your surgical date will be scheduled.
The final decision for surgery is up to the surgeon and will be determined at the time of pre-operative evaluation. Please take this into consideration when making arrangement for post-procedure plans.
Female candidates: We understand this process incurs personal out of pocket expenses. Therefore, we are very cautious to inform you to be certain you remain eligible and safe for surgery. For those of you traveling in from out of town, this expense can be substantial and we do not want you to feel you have wasted your time and financial resources only to leave without the intended outcome. We require a negative HCG on all female candidates dated no longer than a week prior to the procedure date (i.e. the Friday prior to surgery for Thursday surgeries). This test must be received and reviewed by our clinic prior to your initial CRS evaluation.
In the event your pregnancy test is positive, our clinic will notify you of the result and your appointments will be cancelled and can reschedule your evaluation & planned procedure during a time that you have met our criteria to ensure your quality of care.
It is our policy not to provide refractive surgery to patients who have been pregnant and/or breastfeeding in the last 6 months, are currently pregnant, or plan to become pregnant in the 6 months following the procedure.
Artificial eyelashes are NOT AUTHORIZED to be worn during the eye exams OR the procedure. If you arrive to either appointment wearing them, you will be asked to remove them to proceed or reschedule your care.
THE WEEK OF YOUR CONSULTATION/PROCEDURE
Out of town guests may stay at the Fisher House (907) 222-1673 or Base Billeting: Elmendorf (907) 552-2454 or Ft. Richardson (907) 384-5560. You will be provided with a letter to confirm your appointments in order to establish support from their resources. There is a base shuttle service (907) 384-3733 for minimal cost.
The pre-operative consult can be a long appointment (~3hrs). Your eyes will be dilated, near vision will be blurry, and you will be light sensitive for 1-3 days. It is extremely important you do not wear contact lenses 30 days prior to this appointment and 30 days prior to surgery or your appointments may need to be rescheduled due to corneal changes that occur from contact lens use.
Tuesday afternoon prior to your surgery, (unless otherwise notified,) plan to attend the mandatory group surgical consent briefing. This briefing should be attended the week of your surgery, in the event your consult precedes the week of your surgery date. You will also need to pick up your post-operative medicines at the pharmacy and bring these to the briefing. Your leave forms will be given to you at the briefing and should be taken to your unit for signature prior to surgery.
Plan to arrange for a driver the day of surgery, post-operative day 1 and post-operative day 5. If you are planning to return home coming from an out of town base, your 1-day post-op appointment will be here at 8:00 a.m. for PRK & 11:00 a.m. for LASIK.
Please make your transportation arrangements to follow your respective appointment.
Your day 5 post-operative appointment will be made in accordance with your home base, unless otherwise specified. If you are stationed at JBER or are intending to be seen at our clinic for your day 5 visit, your appointment will be made with us. If you are returning to your home base within Alaska over the weekend, your Optometry clinic will be advised and will expect to see you at 7:30 a.m. for your day 5 visit.
You will be placed on convalescent leave for 6 days, beginning on the date of surgery, to allow for post-operative administration of medicine and healing. This is a time for convalescence and not vacation, exercise, home/work projects, school work, etc. Intensive eye activity after surgery can adversely impact your result. Audiobooks are recommended.
After surgery, you will be placed on a profile annotating the following:
- (Air force may resume PT after 2 weeks)
- No swimming/saunas/water sports, unit PT or contact sports
- No driving government vehicles, gas mask, camouflage face paint, or operating heavy machinery
- No unit PT or contact sports
* Member Is Not World-Wide Qualified While On Steroid Eye Drops
- Sunglasses must be worn for 180 days while OUTDOORS TO PREVENT CORNEAL SCARRING, regardless of brightness. Sunglasses may be worn indoors as necessary for comfort and safety. Authorized in formations.
Our commitment to a successful post-operative result does not end with the day of surgery. You will be seen at post-op day 1 (surgeon dependent), post-op day 5, post op months 1, 2, 3, 6 and 12.
Compliance with these visits and your post-operative medications is mandatory.
The Resource Management Office (RMO) is responsible for effective management of medical resources. RMO is accountable for the following: 1) Reimbursements to include other health insurance (OHI), third party liability, VA billing, and all other collections. 2) Accounts for all manpower and timecards within the facility and determines future staffing. 3) Approves orders/vouchers for patient and staff travel. Hospital data is collected in our data quality office and used to establish more encompassing care for our beneficiaries. The funding for the daily operations of this hospital is made possible by our cost center manager (CCM) program. You are welcome to stop by to update your OHI, pay medical bills, or ask questions. We are located on the second floor of the hospital next to TRICARE/Referral Management (2D-113) or call us at 907-580-6703.
The Sleep Disorders Center is a 5‐bed sleep lab located within the hospital and is the only dedicated sleep center in PACAF. They specialize in polysomnography testing for sleep disordered breathing and offer a full range of services to include CPAP and Bi‐level titration studies. The staff includes Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (RPSGT), the highest certification available for technicians in the field of sleep medicine. The department was recently joined by a board certified Internal Medicine physician who specializes in sleep disorders and is credentialed to interpret polysomnographs. In addition to sleep studies, their capabilities include evaluation of circadian rhythm disorders, hypersomnias including narcolepsy, insomnia, restless leg syndrome and REM behavioral disorders. The clinic offers patients a chance to see a physician before and after testing is obtained and allows for continuity follow up for chronic disorders. They place on strong emphasis on patient education in order to select the best therapy for the individual. The department will soon be expanding to include daytime studies, actigraphy testing and additional bed space for overnight sleep studies. They serve active duty personnel from all branches of service, retirees and dependents. Preference is given to our active duty population in order to maintain mission readiness. We strive to be a friendly, accessible and efficient clinic that can restore an important aspect of your life: sleep. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your PCM is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
The TRICARE Operations Patient Administration Flight (TOPA) provides a large range of services to 34K+ beneficiaries in Alaska. Several duty sections within the 673d Medical Group encompass all the services provided in the flight.
TRICARE provides numerous services for each beneficiary in the region to include: benefits and debt collections counseling which assists approximately 4K patients annually, Healthmart - Medical In‐processing for base personnel, patient registration for members seeking care in the facility, and oversight of central appointments. To make an appointment, call (907) 580‐2778 or 1-800-255-2778. The hours of operation are 6:30 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m. Monday‐Friday except on Family Days and Federal Holidays. The TRICARE office is located at 2nd floor and can be reached at (907) 580-2778, Option 4 & Option 2. The United HealthCare customer service is no longer available at the MTF; however, it can be reached at 1‐877-988-9378.
The Urology Clinic serves as a referral center for all DoD and VA beneficiaries, outpatient and inpatients alike, for the state of Alaska. The Urology Clinic provides evaluation of all diseases, injuries, and other afflictions of the genitourinary system in males and females. The Outpatient Services include, but are not limited to: Evaluation and management of all genitourinary conditions, Cystoscopy, Prostate biopsy, Urodynamic studies, Vasectomy, Excision/Fulguration of superficial genital lesions, Hormone therapy, Chemotherapy Administration, and Cancer Counseling. They provide Medical and Surgical management of: Prostate cancer, Bladder cancer, Kidney cancer, Testicular cancer, and Penile cancer; Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), Stone Disease, Female and Male Urinary incontinence, Erectile dysfunction, Uretheral Stricture Disease, Vasectomy Reversal, Circumcision, Female Pelvic Organ Prolapse, and Benign scrotal disease. Pediatric urologic conditions including, but not limited to: undescended testes, hydrocele, circumcision and vesicoureteral reflux. Their hours of operations are Mon‐Fri from 7:30 a.m. ‐ 4:30 p.m. while emergency surgical services are provided 24‐hours daily. They are closed every 3rd Thursday of the month for Medical Readiness Training.
Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson 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. For availability of services or to schedule an appointment please call the number listed below.
All pets living on post must be registered with the VTF upon arrival. On-Post Housing may limit the number and breed of pets that can live in on-post housing. Contact on-post 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.
Street: 47815 Davis Highway
City: Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER)
Country: United States
Nearest Major City: Anchorage, AK
Appointments Available: Weekly For an appointment call: 907-384-2865
Hours of Operation: Closed in observance of all Federal Holidays.
Closed 2 hours early on the last business day of the month for inventory.
Monday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Additional Information: USDA Pet Travel
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The Women's Health Clinic at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson is comprised of 6 physicians, 4 midwives, 3 nurse practitioners, 6 nurses, 13 medical technicians and 5 administrative technicians. We see active duty, VA and dependent patients from pre-teen to the golden age for obstetric and gynecological concerns. Our gynecologists also perform select surgeries.
Obstetrics Services Include:
Artic Mommas (Group OB Care)High-risk ObstetricsCesarean DeliveryAlternative Labor Pain Management
Gynecological Services Include:
Contraception (pills, IUD (Mirena, Paragard, Skyla), patch, Nexplanon, Depo Provera, Nuvaring, DiaphramAbnormal PAP management (dysplasia program) to include PAP/HPV testing, Colposcopy and LEEP proceduresOther GYN concerns such as: pelvic pain, infection, endometriosis, urinary incontinence, infertility, abnormal menses
We also offer Minimally Invasive Surgery, Including:
SterilizationEndometrial AblationCervical Excision procedures (CONE, LEEP)LaparoscopyHysteroscopyD&CPelvic Prolapse proceduresIncontinence procedures
Business Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m- 4:30 p.m.We are closed Holidays, Family Days and Every Third Thursday of the month for Training
Afterhours, weekends and holidays: If you are having pregnancy related symptoms and are more than 20wks gestation, please call Labor and Delivery 907-580-4595.If you are less than 20wks gestation or not pregnant, please go to the Emergency Department for any urgent concerns.
Clinic Location:Women's Health Clinic is located inside the 673 Medical Group building at 5955 Zeamer Ave, JBER, AK 99506. It is the first clinic on the right when you walk into the "Moose Entrance."
Need a ride to your appointment and live on base? Use the "Y on Wheels" Shuttle Service.
Have an appointment and no babysitter? Find out if you are eligible for the the hospital's Teddy Watch Program.
Helpful numbersCentral Appointment Line: 907-580-2778Labor and Delivery: 907-580-4595Postpartum Unit: 907-580-1401Radiology: 907-580-6741Pharmacy: 907-580-1175Lactation Consultant: 907-580-0185New Parent Support Program: 907-580-5858TRICARE: 907-580-6400 or 907-580-2778United Health Care (West Region)1-877-988-9378www.uhcmilitarywest.com