Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, Second Floor
About us: We provide admission and disposition services for the military treatment facility. The admissions and dispositions department manages admission and disposition functions for four wards: PNU, ICU, MSU, and L&D. They route Emergency Department admissions to the appropriate wards and generate inpatient bands according to admission details and HIPAA regulations, as well as verify patient information and demographics. They notify active duty units of all service member admissions within one hour of admission and of disposition within one hour of discharge. The admissions and dispositions department tracks patients who are classified as “absence sick” who are admitted within the local area or lower 48 hospitals. They administratively monitor patients who are seriously ill or very seriously ill and work alongside our casualty affairs liaison to ensure beneficiaries receive emergency travel pay if necessary. Furthermore, our office manages the Line of Duty Program within the hospital by making sure that all documents are routed and completed in a timely manner. The staff conduct ward rounds to verify patients’ Third Party Collections information and status. Finally, the department monitors and generates death packets within the hospital, as well as manage patient valuables.
Location: Building 5955, Lynx Wing, Second Floor
About us: We manage the substance abuse prevention and treatment programs for Air Force personnel. Additionally, it provides oversight to the Army Substance Abuse Program prevention effort. ADAPT staff consists of three Alcohol and Drug Counselors and two 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 and 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.
Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, First Floor
About us: Our office is comprised of three 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.
Allergy Clinic: As a specialty clinic, a referral from a primary care manage is required to initiate care for allergy issues. The allergy clinic performs aero‐allergy skin testing, venom testing, food testing, patch testing, spirometry, bronchoprovocation tests and asthma consultations Monday through Friday.
Allergy Shots: No appointments are needed for established patients to receive their allergy shots. Hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 7:45 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m. For more information, please call 907-580-2008.
Immunizations: Adults and Peds are eligible for care Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 11 a.m. and 12 to 4:15 p.m. Please bring a copy of your shot record so it can be added into ASIMS. We will not provide care for routine vaccines without a shot record. Dependents’ immunization records can also be found in sponsor’s IMR.
Tuberculosis (TB or PPD): Given Monday through Wednesday, and Friday. You are required to return to the clinic within 48 to 72 hours to receive your test results otherwise your test is invalid.
Smallpox: Given on Wednesday only. Showtime is 7:45 a.m. Provided for foreign travel, TDY, and deployments. Your must see public health first before visiting the Immunizations Clinic.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Dermatology and Internal Medicine Clinics
About us: Cardiopulmonary services two labs. The Cardiopulmonary Lab performs cardiopulmonary diagnostic testing such as treadmill stress tests, EKGs, holter monitoring, etc., with a provider referral. Appointments are scheduled at the Cardiopulmonary Lab. A written consultation is required prior to scheduling your appointment. The Sleep Disorders Center is a comprehensive diagnostic testing and treatment facility that performs a variety of sleep related testing, including overnight polysomnography (sleep) testing. All appointments are scheduled by referral only. The Sleep Disorders Center can be contacted at 907-580-6498, Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for scheduling, as well as questions and concerns.
Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, First Floor, co-located with the Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Clinics
About us: We provide services for active duty personnel only. Services include, but are not limited to: evaluations and treatments; exercise instruction; manual and manipulative care of the spine and extremities. Provider referral is required.
About us: Our squadron provides a wide range of services to the active duty population including: general dentistry; endodontics; limited periodontics; oral and maxillofacial surgery; and prosthodontics. For emergent care (sick-call) walk-ins are available Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 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 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.
Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Cardiology and Internal Medicine Clinics
About us: 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 primary care manager is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
About us: We provide inpatient and outpatient care to active duty personnel, dependents and Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs 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.
About us: We provide comprehensive adult and pediatric emergency care services for all eligible Department of Defense and Veterans Association beneficiaries 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Patients receive an initial triage assessment by a nurse, and timing of further evaluation by a physician or PA is based on the severity of their medical condition, not the time or order of arrival. The emergency department should be reserved for new, serious complaints; most long-term or non-emergent issues are better served by primary care providers. Ambulance services are available for on base emergencies only. To request an ambulance on base, dial 911. Anchorage Fire Department paramedics provide off-base ambulance services. A fee is charged for this service but may be partially reimbursed under TRICARE depending on your emergency.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, First Floor
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. Learn more about the Exceptional Family Member Program or email us at: email@example.com.
About us: Our mission is to build healthy communities through programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and partner abuse. It offers assistance to those dealing with partner or child maltreatment issues to include physical, emotional, or sexual abuse and neglect. Interventions for maltreatment are offered through individual, marital, and family counseling and include guidance on a variety of areas such as communication, conflict resolution, parenting, and anger management. Family Advocacy also offers numerous prevention programs as well. New Parent Support Program is a voluntary program offered to all active duty members and their families. Registered Nurses work with families with children from ages zero to three to emphasize the prevention of child abuse and provide education on normal child development, health, and addressing behavioral issues. Both in-home and office visits are offered. Lastly, the Family Advocacy Outreach program offers a wide array of prevention and psychoeducational classes on a recurring basis. These classes include stress management, parenting, communications, shaken baby prevention strategies, and family violence prevention tips. These are also available by request to squadrons and base groups.
Telephone: 907-580-2778, option 1, 1
About us: We serve approximately 23,000 empaneled 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 and 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 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 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m. Those empaneled 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.
About us: We provide routine medical care to special duty populations, such as Aircrew, ATC, NATO, PRP, Parachutists, and their dependents. Active duty-only sick call is for 2992 holders, including active flyers or controllers, for acute issues, such as DNIF and Return to Fly. The hours for sick call are Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Routine medical appointments are scheduled 8:30 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m. and can be made by calling Flight Medicine at 907-551-4006. Flight Medicine Clinic is closed Thursday afternoons from 12 to 4:30 p.m. 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 emergency room 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, including Fly, Control, Jump, until cleared by a flight surgeon.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Neurology Clinic
About us: We have 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, ERCP, endoscopic ultrasound, capsule endoscopy, ambulatory pH monitoring, liver biopsy, and esophageal manometry. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your primary care manager is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the Referral Management Center.
About us: 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 personnel, Department of Defense, Veterans 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.
Location: Building 9497
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About Us: We offer classes on tobacco cessation, lifestyle change for weight loss, health screenings, fitness consultations, and speakers on a variety of health-related subjects. We also offer base-wide resources for health and wellness literature and classes.
About us: We provide short-term, comprehensive adult-only services for Department of Defense and Veterans Association beneficiaries , including active duty, Guard and Reserve, VA retirees, and dependents over the age of 18. A normal stay is between three to five days, transitioning to outpatient care. The unit is a locked, 24-hour unit, with visiting hours from 5 to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends and holidays. For safety reasons, no weapons, personal medications unrelated to treatment, or phones are authorized during your stay with us.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Neurology and Gastroenterology Clinics
About Us: We are staffed by specialty trained RNs, who provide specialized infusions on an outpatient basis. The clinic requires referral from the patient’s primary care provider or specialty provider. Services are opened to all branches of active duty, Guard and Reserve, VA, retirees, and dependents.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor
About Us: We provide care for a variety of patients requiring close observation, cardiac monitoring, respiratory, and life support. The unit is designed to care for adult patients and is equipped with two negative isolation rooms. Visitors under the age of 12 are restricted. Services are 24 hours daily with visiting hours at 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Dermatology and Cardiology Clinics
About us: We primarily serve 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 and 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.
Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, First floor.
About us: We offer comprehensive diagnostic testing requested by authorized military and civilian providers. Requests from civilian providers must include the doctor’s license and/or DEA number, telephone and fax number. Preoperative patients requiring either a cross-match or Type and Screen must present to the laboratory with a completed SF 518, Blood or Blood Component Transfusion for each unit requested, no earlier than 48 hours before scheduled surgery. Patient instructions are available at the reception desk for: cholesterol and cardiac risk evaluation; glucose screens; post vasectomy; stool sample collection; fecal occult blood; 24-hour urine collection; clean catch midstream urine collection; pinworm sample collection; and sputum collection. Appropriate collection containers will be available for distribution.
General Fasting Instructions: Recommend fasting for eight hours prior to collection of lipid studies, or follow your provider’s instructions. During this period, refrain from eating or drinking, except plain water. Abstain from alcohol ingestion for 72 hours prior to sample collection. Medications should be continued unless advised otherwise by the provider.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About Us: The Coast Guard liaison coordinates medical care and assists with medical and administrative needs for active duty Coast Guard personnel and their dependents assigned in Alaska.
About us: Release of Information is located within the Medical Records department, which is located on the first floor adjacent to the Mini Base Exchange and is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. While information contained in the medical record is considered confidential and personal, all medical records are the property of the United States government and must be maintained in the military treatment facility. The original hardcopy records will be mailed to the nearest military treatment facility if a patient PCS or move to another location. Patients can fill out a DD Form 2870, Authorization for Disclosure of Medical or Dental Information, at the Medical Records window. The request will be fulfilled within 20 duty days. All requests for records will be provide on a compact dis, unless paper records are specifically requested. The Privacy Act of 1974 states that medical records will not be released to any individual other than the adult to whom it belongs, or to the parent in the case of a minor (child under the age of 18). Each adult 18 years of age and older must complete a separate request for copies, unless an individual has granted authorization to another individual such as a spouse or a parent. If a patient has reached his or her 14 birthday, only the patient may authorize disclosure of information relating to sexual disease, birth control, drug, or alcohol abuse. If a patient has reached his or her 13 birthday, only the patient may authorize disclosure relating to mental illness. When authorized by the patients, medical record copies of retirees and their dependents will be released to themselves for personal use, to the civilian physicians for further medical care, to insurance agencies, and to their legal representatives via CD. Active duty personnel, upon separation or retirement, are entitled to one free copy of their medical records. Medical record copies will be furnished via CD. It is recommended members request a copy six months prior to final out-processing, when possible.
About us: We are 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.
Partial Hospitalization Program: The Partial Hospitalization Program is a function of the Mental Health Clinic. The PHP is a tertiary level of care for individuals needing intensive and frequent treatment, but not in imminent crisis. Individuals must have a referral from a primary mental health provider before entering the program. The program consists of 10 duty days, or two weeks, of treatment, roughly six hours each day. Treatment is rendered in a group format and includes modules in dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and music therapy.
About Us: We provide medical and surgical care for pediatric through geriatric patients. It services patients requiring care for diabetes, asthma, oral surgery, extended antibiotic treatment, or other surgical and medical problems. Services are offered 24 hours daily, with visiting hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Gastroenterology Clinic
About us: Our goal 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, nerve conduction studies and electromyography, visual evoked potentials, lumbar punctures, acupuncture, and non‐cosmetic Botox injections. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your primary care manager is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Lower Level
About us: We provide both inpatient and outpatient support for 166,000 Department of Defense and Veterans Association beneficiaries. The Nutritional Medicine Flight is the largest medical dining facility in PACAF feeding more than 137,000 patrons and 3,000 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
Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, First Floor, co-located with the Physical Therapy and Chiropractic Clinics
Telephone: 907-580-1701 or 907-580-1702
About us: We provide patient-centered outpatient rehabilitative services for all active duty personnel, as well as retirees and family members if space is available. Active duty personnel 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 services are also available to all eligible beneficiaries. Additionally they are closed for federal holidays and facility closures. As a specialty clinic, a referral from your primary care manager is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Optometry Clinic
About us: We provide eye care for active duty, retired military, adult dependents, and pediatrics under age seven years of age 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.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Ophthalmology Clinic
About us: We provide 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.
About us: We provide comprehensive musculoskeletal care to 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 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 primary care manager is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
Location: Building 5955, Lynx Wing, First Floor
About Us: We offer a multidisciplinary approach to chronic pain management for a wide variety of pain conditions from head to toe. We perform a multitude of procedures on an outpatient basis. The Pain Management Clinic is staffed with a Pain Fellowship trained Anesthesiologist who specializes in procedures ranging from high complex, high acuity that may involve spinal cord stimulator implants, percutaneous intradiscal spine decompression, and radiofrequency denervation procedures, radiofrequency ablation procedures in multiple other parts of the body and infusion catheter placements for inpatients. The Pain Management Clinic also employs a Clinical Psychologist who assists patients with the psychological aspect of chronic pain management and also offers acupuncture services. Additionally, the Pain Management Clinic employs a Nurse Case Manager to better assist patients who need help managing their complicated cases. Appointments for this clinic are from provider referrals only and will be made through central appointments at 907-580-2778, option 4. Established patients requiring an appointment will call the clinic directly.
Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the TRICARE Service Center and the Referral Management Center
About us: We provide health care 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.
Telephone: 907-580-2908, option 5
About us: We provide primary, acute, and developmental care for children from birth to 18 years of age. Please feel free to contact us via MiCare, 907-580-2908, option 5, 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. Telephone consultations are monitored and answered by Registered Nurses. For symptom-based questions a nurse will return your call within two hours of receiving your message. Medication refills, referral questions, and all other inquiries will be returned within 72 duty hours.
About Us: Perinatal Services provides a wide spectrum of services in women’s health. For the obstetric patient and family, comprehensive, family-centered antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum care are provided. Unit staff members teach childbirth and breastfeeding classes at various times during each month. To attend these classes, call the perinatal services unit at 580-1601 to reserve a spot. Perinatal Services is operational 24 hours a day. To provide adequate rest time for new parents and babies, recommended visiting hours start at 10 a.m. and end at 8 p.m., daily. For infection control reasons, visitors with colds or known contagious illness are advised not to visit mothers and their newborns. The Antepartum Clinic is open Monday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About Us: The Perianesthesia Unit encompasses three areas: Pre-Operative Clinic; Ambulatory Procedure Unit; and Post Anesthesia Care Unit. The unit provides care for the adult and pediatric patients requiring surgery or specialized procedures. Perianesthesia staff ensure patient's health history is reviewed, diagnostic tests complete, preoperative and postoperative teaching complete, and recovery of scheduled surgical patients for the entire hospital.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, First Floor, co-located with the Occupational Therapy and Chiropractic Clinics
About us: The Physical Therapy Clinic is a referral clinic for outpatient and inpatient neuro-musculoskeletal problems. Active duty personnel 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). As a specialty clinic, a referral from your primary care manager is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, First Floor, co-located with the Orthopedics Clinic
About Us: We provide comprehensive treatment for a variety musculoskeletal injuries and disorders of the foot and ankle with the exception of complex tumor and complex pediatric conditions. New patient appointments are made after obtaining a consultation form from the referring provider and will be made through central appointments at 907-580-2778, option 4.
About us: Our services include food safety and sanitation, temporary food handlers’ certificates, deployment medicine briefs, recommendations for foreign travel, communicable health, hearing conservation and occupational health. In the event of an emergency please contact the Public Health On-Call Technician at 907-382-0435.
Telephone: 907-580-6743 or 907-580-6870, for MRI scheduling
About us: We provide service for six modalities including diagnostic radiology (X-ray), computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, diagnostic ultrasound, and nuclear medicine.
Telephone: 907-580-6900, option 4, 1
About us: We provide a wide range of quality services and “one stop shopping” for the medical referral process.
Location: Building 5955, Bear Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the Optometry and Ophthalmology Clinics
About us: We offer two quality refractive surgery options, PRK and LASIK, for active duty personnel across all branches of the military. 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.
About us: 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, 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 primary care manager is required to initiate care. All new appointments are booked by the referral management center.
About Us: We specialize in the assessment and treatment of mild TBI and associated concerns in adults. The clinic utilizes numerous disciplines to include: primary care; neurology; mental health; cognitive rehabilitation; speech pathology; audiology; optometry; PT/OT; neuropsychology; music therapy; and case management in providing comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation services. We offer medical assessment and patient specific treatment, as well as providing education and resources for service members and their families. Referrals are coordinated through primary care providers.
About us: We provide a large range of services to more than 34,000 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 4,000 patients annually, Healthmart is used for 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 800-255-2778. The TRICARE Services Office is located at second floor and can be reached at 907-580-2778, option 4, option 2. The HealthNet Federal Services customer service can be reached at 844-866-9378.
Location: Building 5955, Moose Wing, Second Floor, co-located with the General Surgery and Wound Care Clinics
About us: We serve as a referral center for all Department of Defense and Veterans Association 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 and 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, 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.
About Us: The VA Medical Administrative Assistants help eligible veterans receiving medical care at the 673 MDG. The MAA office is located on the second floor in Room 2C101.
About us: The Women’s Health Clinic is comprised of six physicians, four midwives, three nurse practitioners, six nurses, 13 medical technicians, and five 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:
Gynecological services include:
We also offer Minimally Invasive Surgery, including: