Location: USAF Hospital Langley, First Floor, Room 1B012
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 757-764-6985, DSN: 574-6985
About us: We provide allergy testing for skin, venom and food. For our asthma patients we provide spirometry testing. We also provide immunotherapy injections including Xolair, allergy immunotherapy, and venom. We also conduct medication challenges and food challenges for members to confirm or remove a possible allergy from their medical record. Allergy clinic appointments cannot be made without a referral from your primary care manager. Note: all appointments are scheduled through the Allergy Clinic. Do not call the Hampton Roads appointment line to schedule your appointment.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Building 257, First Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide diagnostic audiometric evaluations including pure tone air and bone thresholds, speech reception and discrimination, optoacoustic emissions, emittance, and speech in noise testing as appropriate based on reported symptoms. Tinnitus evaluation and management strategies are provided as needed. Hearing conservation evaluations are available to those referred by Public Health or Occupational Health. SPRINT testing is available for Army profile evaluations. Hearing aid selections, fittings and follow up care available, pending a diagnosis of hearing loss. Implantable device management, such as cochlear implants and Bahas, is available. Services currently not available at this location include vestibular evaluations and central auditory processing evaluations. Audiology appointments cannot be made without a referral from your primary care manager. Currently, services are only available to active duty personnel.
Works with primary care managers when medications have been prescribed for anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder. Contacts patients by telephone to monitor symptoms and check on management of health concerns. Shares progress with the primary care team. Works with internal health behavior consultants and primary care managers to make quick, effective changes to treatment and address symptoms. Consultation is over the telephone and referrals are made by the primary care manager.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Operational Medicine Clinic, Building 257, First Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: The Behavioral Health Optimization Program, or BHOP, is a service within the Operational Medicine clinic designed to optimize overall health. The program is available to active duty personnel only. In the event of an emergency or crisis, please contact the emergency room at 757-764-6800 or call 911. You may also call a chaplain at 757-764-7847, Military One Source at 1-800-342-9647, or the Crisis Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, First Floor, East Wing
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 757-225-5111, DSN: 575-5111
About us: The beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinators are available to assist patients with health benefit questions related to TRICARE and troubleshoot any issues related to their health plan, claims, or other related concerns.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Building 255, Third Floor
Telephone: 757-764-6982 or 757-225-5404, DSN: 574-6982
About us: Cardiology services are available on a referral basis to active duty personnel, dependents, military retirees and their dependents, allied military, and Department of Defense civilians. Your primary care manager, or provider, must refer you to us in order to schedule an appointment. Services are offered to patients 18 years and older, however some procedures will have age restrictions based on availability; transthoracic echocardiogram, electrocardiograms, 24 and 48 hour holter monitor, seven to 21 day event monitor, and exercise stress tests.
Location: Langley Hospital Annex, Building 289, across from Bateman Library
Telephone: 757-764-8529, DSN: 574-8529
About us: Chiropractic services are available only to active duty personnel on a referral basis. Your primary care manager must refer you for chiropractic care in order to schedule an appointment. Chiropractic service is not a TRICARE covered benefit for beneficiaries or retirees. Services offered include therapy for musculoskeletal pains, some of which include the head, neck, thoracic, lumbar, sacroiliac, upper and lower extremities. Neurological symptoms to include headaches, scoliosis, intermittent sciatica, radiculopathy, and neuritis.
Location: 76 Nealy Avenue, Building 92, south of USAF Hospital Langley
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 757-225-7630, option 1, 3, DSN: 575-7630, option 1, 3
About us: The dental clinic has most dental specialties represented to include general dentistry, pediatric dentistry, endodontics, prosthodontics, periodontics, oral surgery and orthodontics. The dental clinic also operates a one-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry, or AEGD-1, residency program for six recent dental school graduates. Periodically there may be a requirement for unique, hard to find cases to meet the needs of the residency program. These requirements may be fulfilled using non-active duty patients. These cases are limited, and advertised only if no active duty patients can be found to fulfill these requirements. Active duty personnel will be contacted to schedule their periodic dental exam appointment. Follow-on appointments are made at the time of the periodic dental exam appointment or by calling the dental clinic. Eligible patients with dental emergencies such as acute severe pain, bleeding, significant swelling or trauma can call the dental clinic for a screening appointment or report to the emergency department during non-duty hours.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, First Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 757-764-6090, DSN: 574-6090
About us: The dermatology clinic is a specialty clinic available to active duty service members and their families. Appointments cannot be made without a referral from your primary care manager. Services offered include evaluation and treatment of skin complaints to include growths, rashes, cancers, and skin exams, as well as, phototherapy, photodynamic therapy, and basic skin cancer excision or removal. Mohs surgery, cosmetic procedures, and most laser procedures, to include laser hair removal, are not currently available at this location. No cosmetic services, to include Botox, fillers, or elective removal of asymptomatic benign lesions such as benign moles and skin tags are offered at this location.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Building, First Floor, next to the ER
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
About us: Routine X-rays are available on a walk-in basis. All other services require patient preparation and must be scheduled. Full range of diagnostic imaging services to include routine X-ray, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, MRI, Computerized Tomography, or CT, and digital mammography. To request copies of radiology exams, please come to the Diagnostic Imaging front desk with your identification card.
Location: Building 266, outside the main hospital
Telephone: 757-225-5950, DSN: 575 -5950
About us: Services offered include health care coordination, enrollment, disenrollment, deferment and re-assignment, Q-code assignment and removal, medical clearances, and respite care.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Building 255, First Floor
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Services offered include non-emergent, care that requires treatment within 24-hours.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Building 257, Second Floor, Surgical Subspecialties Area
Telephone: 757-225-5647, DSN: 575-5647
About us: We provide the following services upon physician consult request: clinic visits for evaluation and diagnosis of gastrointestinal related problems, colonoscopy, esophagogastroduodenoscopy, or EGD, and flexible sigmoidoscopy. Gastroenterology services are available to patients 18 years of age and older. A primary care manager, or provider, must submit a referral to gastroenterology to schedule an appointment. All initial and follow up appointments are scheduled by the Hampton Roads Appointment Line at 1-866-645-4584. Procedures are scheduled by clinic staff only at 757-225-5647. Acute appointments are coordinated based on provider to provider consultation.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Second Floor, Surgical Subspecialties Area
About us: General Surgery clinic services are available to all patients age 12 years or older, including TRICARE Standard and TRICARE Plus. Referrals from primary care manager required for TRICARE Prime, No referral required for TRICARE Standard or TRICARE for LIFE / PLUS. All initial appointments are schedule by the Hampton Roads Appointment Line at 1-866-645-4584. All follow up appointments are scheduled by the General Surgery Clinic staff. Services offered include: general surgery, endoscopy, basic colon, and rectal surgery.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, First Floor, Room 1B012, next to OMC
Telephone: 757-764-6985, DSN: 574-6985
About us: We provide routine vaccinations for all active duty personnel on a walk-in basis. Immunizations will not be given early and must be given at the correct interval. If you have received vaccinations from a non-Air Force facility, you must provide the clinic with those records as we do not have access to non-Air Force immunization records. Vaccines will not be administered without appropriate identification and documentation. For deployment vaccines you must first be seen by Deployment Medicine. For travel vaccines, you must first be seen by Travel Medicine. For in-processing and out-processing, you must be cleared with Flight Medicine. For the Pneumovax and Pneumonia vaccine, you must be 64 years old or younger and must have a provider prescription. For Tuberculin purified protein derivative, or PPD TB skin test, we do not do placement and readings on Thursdays nor the preceding day of a long weekend. For the Flu vaccine, we provide seasonally within Department of Defense guidance and while supplies are available. For Cholera you must notify our clinic two weeks before departure, and is ordered on as needed basis.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, First Floor, near Pediatrics and Internal Medicine Clinic
Telephone: 757-764-9210, DSN: 574-9210
About us: We provide routine vaccinations for all dependents and beneficiaries, age two months and up on a walk-in basis. The two, four and six month vaccinations must be spaced a minimum of two months apart. Children must be at least one and four years old to receive their one and four year shots. Immunizations will not be given early and must be given at the correct interval. If you or your child has received vaccinations from a non-Air Force facility, you must provide the clinic with those records as we do not have access to non-Air Force immunization records. Vaccines will not be administered without appropriate identification and documentation.
Works as a consultant to primary care managers and a health coach to active duty personnel. We assess goals and work with patients to customize a plan and track desired results. We use the biopsychosocial model to identify biological, psychological and social factors affecting well-being. We identify a key challenge impacting your health, as well as identify thoughts and behaviors used to address that challenge. We work with patients to strengthen thoughts and behaviors and develop healthier ones. We use short follow up appointments to revise or reevaluate the patient’s plan. We refer to specialty treatment, if necessary. The patient’s plan is documented in medical records and shared with the primary care manager. We offer group classes targeting specific skills and issues such as relaxation, health behavior change, sleep, and anger.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, First Floor, near Pediatrics and Family Health Clinic
About us: We provide physical evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and management of chronic multi-system diseases. Along with acute maintenance, follow-up care, inpatient care and education for patients with multiple health conditions requiring comprehensive medication management. Services offered include: routine and acute blood pressure screenings, intramuscular injections, Reclast infusions, joint injections, stress tests, retirement and separation physicals, weight management and patient education. Patients receiving B-12, Testosterone, Procrit, Aranesp, or Depo-Provera injections can receive the injection on Tuesday or Thursday from 7:30 to 11 a.m.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Second Floor, south side of hospital above primary care clinics
About us: We serve all Department of Defense beneficiaries and patients who meet admission criteria. Visitors requesting access to the base to visit an inpatient should contact the LDRP or NICU, as appropriate, and must provide full name, date of birth, and the person’s name who will be sponsoring you on base.
Location: South Entrance, First Floor, next to the Pharmacy
Telephone: 757-764-6930, DSN: 574-6930
About us: The lab provides a full range of services including surgical pathology, cyto-pathology, hematology, coagulation, chemistry, urinalysis, serology, microbiology, and transfusion services. Lab tests not performed at this site are referred to an accredited referral lab for testing. Referral tests may take approximately two weeks. All patients requiring fasting blood tests must fast 12 to 14 hours unless otherwise directed by the requesting provider; only water is authorized. You may also take prescription medications, as directed by your provider, during this timeframe. For glucose tolerance testing, or GTT, patients will remain in laboratory until completion. One-hour GTT for obstetrician patients are performed Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. No fasting is required for this test. Two and three-hour GTT patients must be scheduled in advance. Note: Requesting providers' orders must be in the computer system at the time of scheduling. In addition, a 12-hour fast is required prior to specimen collection. To obtain lab results, please contact your requesting provider. Printed copies of lab test results may be obtained through the Release of Information office, located in the Outpatient Records department.
Labs ordered by off base providers: The lab will process an outside provider's written lab orders. Lab orders must be legible. If you are unable to read your handwritten lab order, please have the provider re-accomplish it.
To avoid unnecessary delays written orders must include:
Lab results will be transmitted via fax number to the ordering or requesting provider. Questions regarding ordered tests must be directed to your requesting provider.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, 39 Ash Av., adjacent to Bateman Library, to the west of Base Exchange and commissary
Telephone: Appointments and front desk: 757-764-6840, DSN: 574-6840
About us: All initial and follow up appointments are scheduled by calling or visiting the front desk. Walk-in appointments are available Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In the event of an emergency or crisis, after hours providers are available at the Emergency Room at 757-764-6800. You may also call the chaplain at 757-764-7847 or the crisis hotline at 1-800-273-TALK.
Mental Health: specializes in the multi-disciplinary assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of adult mental health concerns:
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment, or ADAPT: Provides screening, assessment and outpatient treatment for a variety of substance use disorders:
Family Advocacy Program, or FAP: specializes in the following:
Location: Third Floor, East Wing, south side of hospital
Hours: Inpatient units operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Location: First Floor, Room 1F016, next to the hospital dining facility
Hours: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
About us: We are staffed with registered dietitians and diet therapists to meet your medical nutrition therapy needs. Nutrition services are offered through individual appointments and classes on a variety of topics. Whether you are currently dealing with a health problem or want to prevent one, nutrition experts can work with you to improve your health. Our one-on-one and group appointments are available Monday through Friday. Please contact your primary care manager for a referral or call the nutrition clinic directly to self-refer. All follow up appointments are scheduled by our staff.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, Second Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:45 a .m. to 3:30 p.m.
Telephone: 757-764-6744, DSN: 574-6744
About us: We are equipped with five operating rooms, one of which is designated for cesarean sections only. All surgeries and procedures are scheduled through the appropriate clinic.
Hours: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 757-225-7630, option 1, DSN: 575-7630, option 1
About us: Sick call check is Monday through Friday, 7 to 7:30 a.m. and 12:30 to 1 p.m. Afternoon sick call is not available on medical group training days, which is usually the fourth Thursday of the month.
Sick Call is only for:
Location: Building 257, Third Floor
About us: We see active duty, dependents and retirees. Appointments are available for non-enrollees on a space available basis. Patients of all ages are evaluated on an emergent basis; however, restrictions apply to routine pediatric patients. All patients are required to have a referral. Initial appointments are scheduled by the appointment center. Follow up appointments are scheduled by the appointment center or clinic staff. Ophthalmology offers the full range of general ophthalmic services, including:
Location: Building 257, Third Floor, West Wing
This is an active duty personnel only clinic.
TRICARE Prime beneficiaries are eligible for optometry care by civilian TRICARE participating optometrists without a referral. Please refer to the Tricare website for updated information for coverages and possible co-pays, or call 1-800-444-5445.
Scheduled services offered: Optometry provides comprehensive eye care examinations, visual and ocular evaluations as part of operational specific exams and flying class physicals, and additional ancillary testing as driven by exam findings. As contact lenses and contact lens related services are not TRICARE covered benefits, non-mission related contact lens fittings are not provided at the Optometry clinic. If, however, a member is a current contact lens wearer, wears their contact lenses to their scheduled exam for evaluation, and can bring a current contact lens prescription, then contact lens prescriptions can be updated.
Walk-in hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m.; Friday, 8 to 11 a.m. and 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Walk-in services offered: Glasses ordering with a current prescription, adjustment or repair of military issued glasses, flight line color vision testing, depth perception testing, visual acuity for individual medical readiness updates, and updates to state driver's license renewal forms if member has had an eye exam within the past year.
Emergent same day appointments for ocular trauma and red eye will be scheduled per provider discretion.
Location: Building 257, Second Floor, Surgical Subspecialties Area
About us: Routine Orthopedic and Podiatry services are available to active duty service members, ANG and reservists on active orders, retired military members, and TRICARE eligible dependents of each, on a referral basis. Your Primary care manager must refer you for Orthopedic and Podiatry services in order to schedule an appointment.
All routine initial appointments are scheduled through the Referral Management Center, or RMC. All routine follow up appointments are scheduled through the Hampton Roads Appointment Center or by clinic staff.
Location: Building 257, Second Floor, Surgical Subspecialties area
About us: All active duty personnel, dependents, and retirees. Your Primary care manager must refer you to the Ear-Nose-Throat, or ENT, clinic in order to schedule an appointment. All initial appointments are schedule by the Referral Management Center, or RMC. Follow up appointments are typically scheduled by the clinic staff, though they may also be scheduled through the RMC.
Full range of services available with a referral to include treatment of:
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, 77 Nealy Av., Building 255, First Floor
Hours of Operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 757-764-6814, DSN: 574-6814
About us: We maintain inpatient and outpatient health records. The Release of Information, or ROI, function facilitates physical and digital medical records requests. We also handle other medical facility release of information requests for medical records for continuity of care.
Location: USAF Hospital Langley, 77 Nealy Ave.
Telephone: 757-225-7630, option 1, 1
Newborn hospital follow-up: Typically, this appointment type is scheduled for newborns by the discharging nursery staff at Langley. If the newborn was born outside Langley hospital, please contact Admissions and Dispositions at 757-225-6810 to register the newborn prior to obtaining an appointment with Langley Pediatric clinic. Please call 757-225-7630 option 1, 1 to book an appointment once the newborn is registered.
Two-week well baby visit: For beneficiaries not yet enrolled in a clinic location, this appointment may be booked with any military treatment facility in the multiservice market, including Fort Eustis, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, and the TRICARE network.
Well baby: Visits should abide by the following schedule: 2 weeks, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 24 months, and then annually.
Exceptional Family Member Program, or EFMP: If a child has not completed a physical in the past year, schedule a well visit and bring the packet with your portion complete to the appointment.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, behavioral evaluations: All appointments are scheduled by the nurses. Call the appointment line to leave a telephone consult for the child's primary care manager.
Sore throat clinic: Patients between 3-18 years old with concerns for sore throat or strep pharyngitis may arrive to the front desk of the pediatric clinic between 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. for a walk-in technician appointment.
Fracture and orthopedic follow-up: Please bring X-ray CD from urgent care or emergency room to the pediatric front desk and initiate a telephone consult. The images will be uploaded for orthopedic review and treatment plan.
Fever: If patient is less than 2 months old and temperature is greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, go to the nearest emergency room.
Pediatric immunizations: Immunizations is located in the Well Baby Waiting Area for patient convenience. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Synagis injections: Patients requiring a Synagis injection, including patients enrolled at Fort Eustis and Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, can receive injections during the scheduled time coordinated through the pediatric nurse. Call the appointment line and leave a telephone consult with your child's primary care manager.
Location: Building 255, Second Floor
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 5:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Fax: 757-225-7004, for pre-anesthesia clinic; indicate: "Attention of the Pre-Anesthesia Clinic Nurse"
About us: The Department of Anesthesia, Pre-Anesthesia Clinic, Same-Day Surgery, and Post-anesthesia Care Unit provides the highest quality of professional anesthesia and perioperative nursing care to our warriors and their beneficiaries. Our goal is to coordinate and collaborate with our surgeon colleagues to ensure that patient-focused, safe, quality care is completed throughout the surgical continuum.
Pre-Anesthesia Clinic: Surgical candidates who require additional pre-anesthesia screening will be referred to the Pre-Anesthesia clinic. There you will be interviewed by our pre-anesthesia nurse, and you may also be assessed by a member of our anesthesia staff. Your appointment will be scheduled through the referring surgical specialty clinic. Please bring a current list of all your medications, and please obtain all necessary lab work, including your electrocardiography, or EKG, if applicable prior to your Pre-Anesthesia clinic visit.
Same-Day Surgery, or SDS: Same day surgery allows you to spend the night prior to surgery with your family. Your doctor and your type of surgery will determine whether same day surgery is an option in your plan of care. If you are scheduled for same day surgery, you will be given an appointment for your admission after 3 p.m. the day prior to your surgery. Prior to your surgery you will be given specific instructions about your surgery and recovery.
Post-anesthesia Care Unit, or PACU: After receiving anesthesia for surgery or procedure, a patient is sent to us to recover from their procedure and wake up. Patients are admitted immediately after surgery. Once a patient has recovered from the initial phase of anesthesia they will be transferred to the same day surgery area or medical-surgical inpatient unit by the nursing staff.
Location: Langley Hospital Annex, Building 289, across from the Bateman Library
About us: Physical therapy services are only available to active duty personnel on a referral basis. Your primary care manager must refer you for physical therapy care in order to schedule an appointment. All initial appointments are schedule by the appointment center. Follow up appointments are scheduled by the staff. Services offered include evaluation and treatment for musculoskeletal pains: head, neck, thoracic, lumbar, sacroiliac, upper and lower extremities neurological symptoms. This includes: sciatica, radiculopathy, and neuritis, headaches, scoliosis. The Physical Therapy clinic does not treat neurology, cardiology, women's health or complex vestibular cases.
Location: Building 255, Third Floor, Family Practice side of hospital
Telephone: 757-764-6982, DSN: 574-6982
About us: Pulmonary services are available, on a referral basis, to: active duty, dependents, military retirees and their dependents, allied military, and Department of Defense civilians. Your primary care manager, or provider, must refer you to the pulmonary department in order to schedule an appointment. All appointments are scheduled by the pulmonary department. We provide the following services upon physician consult request: pulmonary function tests, or PFTs, exercise-induced asthma tests, Methacholine challenge tests, six-minute walk tests, oxygen desaturation studies, Endobronical ultrasound, or EBUS, and bronchoscopy procedures. Xolair Injections are also performed and are only available on Wednesday from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. We perform pulmonary function tests on patients seven through 100 years old. But all other procedures are ages 18 years and older.
Location: Third Floor, West Wing
Telephone: 757-225-7630, option 4, 1, DSN: 225-7630
About us: Primary care managers often place referrals to specialists to help with you care. Referral management is the process of managing and tracking those referrals. To check the status of a pending network referral call TRICARE at 1-877-TRICARE. Hours of operation are 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Eastern Standard Time. Or, you can go online to TRICARE to check your referral status.
Location: Langley Hospital, Building 257, Second Floor, Surgical Subspecialties Area
About us: Urology is a surgical specialty providing care for a wide variety of urological problems and disorders, including hematuria, urinary stones, prostate, kidney, bladder, testis cancers, male infertility, male-female incontinence and voiding dysfunction. Examples of procedures performed in the clinic are: vasectomy, urodynamics, cystoscopy, transrectal ultrasound of the prostate with or without needle biopsy.
Special Instructions: Please check in the urology clinic 15 minutes prior to appointment time.
A referral is required from your primary care manager. If patient has been seen in the Langley Urology clinic in the past two years, a new referral is not needed. The urology clinic provides care to active duty personnel, dependents, and retirees. All routine follow up appointments are scheduled through the Hampton Roads Appointment Center or by clinic staff.
Location: Langley Hospital, Building 255, First Floor
About us: Women’s Health OB/GYN services are available on a referral-only basis for female patients age 10 or older. For OB care, you must have proof of pregnancy in our medical record system and an active referral in order to schedule an appointment. For GYN care, you must be referred by your primary care manager. For New OB orientation class, all pregnant patients are enrolled in a New OB Orientation Class, which provides an introduction to your care at our hospital. At this visit, you will discuss milestones of care with the clinic nurse and OB provider. Your labs will conveniently be drawn at this appointment and any additional testing or imaging will be ordered. Your medical and pregnancy history will be assessed and you will be assigned to low-risk or high-risk clinic.
Our obstetric services include:
Our gynecologic services include annual women's health exams and management of:
Our physicians perform all standard gynecologic procedures to include:
We have a reproductive endocrinologist, or fertility specialist, and an urogynecologist who see patients at Langley. Referrals must be obtained through a women's health provider after completing initial work up.
Special instructions and information: