Location: Building 3458, Second Floor
About us: We're responsible for aircrew training in regards to G-forces, altitude, sensory and sensory illusions. We also conduct aircrew hypoxia training, fatigue management, and make recommendations to enhance human performance.
About us: ADAPT provides comprehensive services to active duty military, in coordination with their commands, who are experiencing problems attributed to substance abuse or misuse. ADAPT serves active duty personnel by offering assessment, intervention education, prevention and outreach, outpatient rehabilitative services and community inpatient treatment as needed.
Location: Building 1705, W. Arnold Ave.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Our mission is to support the Armed Services Blood Program in safeguarding, processing and distributing quality blood products to world-wide customers in peace and war.
About us: BOMC is responsible for the readiness management of the JBMDL active duty population. Our product lines include initial flying class physicals, retraining, overseas clearances, and annual preventive health assessment.
Location: Building 3457
About us: We use engineering principles to reduce and solve environmental health risks and dangers caused by human activity. It comprises four main areas: radiation, industrial hygiene, environmental protection and emergency response. Schedule a gas mask fit test.
Location: Building 3458, Hallway 7 on First Floor
About us: Case management is a dynamic and collaborative process in which a professionally licensed registered nurse assesses, plans, coordinates, implements, monitors, advocates for, and evaluates options and services required to meet a patient’s unique healthcare needs. As a patient advocate, the Case Manager helps coordinate care among members of the healthcare team, while helping the patient make informed decisions to reach their optimal level of wellness.
About us: Chiropractic services are for active duty personnel.
Location: Building 2417 on McGuire Boulevard, south of McGuire main gate
About us: The dental clinic maximizes the oral health and dental readiness for the five wings and 88 joint units, providing a full range of general dentistry and preventive clinical services. Services include: restorative, prosthodontic, endodontics, periodontics, and limited oral surgery. We provide emergency dental services to all active duty and eligible beneficiaries, screen records and perform necessary dental exams and treatment to ensure all military personnel are cleared for deployment and contingency response in support of global mobility missions.
About us: Pre-deployment processing is initiated by your unit deployment manager. Once tasked, individuals must report to Public Health to begin medical clearance. Required items can be completed within 120 days of departure. Members returning from deployment must check-in with Public Health as soon as possible to complete post-deployment health requirements.
Location: Building 3458, First Floor
Telephone: 609-754-9432 or 609-754-9331
About us: Disease Managers are registered nurses certified to ensure Department of Defense beneficiaries receive timely, cost effective, quality and coordinated care to affect desired clinical outcomes. These outcomes include improving patient clinical condition, reducing unnecessary healthcare costs and improving patients’ quality of life via protocol-based clinical practice guidelines by providing education, resources and coordinating care.
Telephone: 609-754-9752, 609-754-9622 or 609-754-9197
About us: EFMP and One-STOP Services are co-located. Services you can access are EFMP-Medical, EFMP-Family Support, School Liaison, and SPAN 360 Project-Non-Profit Direct Advocacy.
About us: We help build healthier families and create more resilient and responsive communities. Our programs center upon prevention and outreach, treatment and victim advocacy. We have a New Parent Support Program, which is voluntary for expectant parents and families with children under the age of 3. The program includes home visitation services as needed with a Registered Nurse. Family Advocacy Strength-Based Therapy, or FAST, is another voluntary program for individuals, couples and families. FAST provides brief, short term therapy and/or supportive interventions focused on agreed upon goals and objectives. Outreach services are offered through life-skills classes in parenting, relationship enhancement, emotion regulation and resiliency boosting. Treatment services are offered for individuals, couples and families who have experienced maltreatment or domestic violence. Victim advocacy is a program that offers victims of intimate partner violence supportive services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week..
About us: Acute and routine primary care are for non-active duty beneficiaries.
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine and preventive medicine for flight and special duty personnel. Walk-in services are offered for “return to flying status” and acute issues that have occurred within 24 to 48 hours, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Monday through Wednesday, and Friday, and 1 to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday for Flyer only sick call. We also provide Occupational Medicine expertise to the joint base..
About us: Heath promotions is the art and science of making healthy behavior the obvious choice through evaluation. Our staff encourages healthy lifestyle practices and aims to provide quality comprehensive, outcome based health promotions, and premier health and wellness services. Services offered by health promotion include: support and coordination of health observances, tobacco cessation sessions, healthy eating classes, diabetes nutrition classes, healthy heart classes, fitness education, sleep hygiene and stress management class. Additionally, Health Promotions offers a variety of classes that can be brought directly to your units.
About us: We provide all recommended health maintenance and travel immunizations to active duty personnel, retirees and dependents of all ages. Flu shots are administered seasonally to all patients. Allergy services, including testing and shots, are available through a primary care manager referral.
Location: Building 3458
About us: We offer routine laboratory blood draws and testing. Please contact the lab for special instructions regarding Glucose Tolerance Testing and Post-Vasectomy Semen Analysis.
About us: All beneficiaries are authorized one hard copy of their entire medical record once per year. To request a copy, patients must complete a Department of Defense Form 2870 at the medical records section located on the first floor of the 87th Medical Group. Hard copy requests are fulfilled within 30 calendar days. Patients also have the option to log on to TRICARE Online to access or print their medical records and clinical notes.
About us: We offer individual counseling, medication management, psychoeducational groups, and neuropsychological assessment.
About us: We serve active duty personnel from all branches. Services include: routine eye exams, contact lens prescription renewals, flight line driver’s license color vision testing, initial flying class exams (coordinated with flight medicine), glasses andgas mask insert ordering, corneal refractive surgery pre-operative and post-operative evaluations, urgent eye care, and medical protection system, or MEDPROS, vision screenings. Dependents ages 5 through 65 can schedule routine eye exams at the clinic on a space available basis. Retirees are eligible to order glasses at the clinic with a valid prescription.
About us: Prior to receiving any care at the 87th Medical Group, patients must first enroll and be assigned a primary care manager. To do this, patients must first update their physical address in Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, or DEERS. Next, patients must call Humana Military at 1-800-444-5445 to enroll at the 87th Medical Group.
About us: We schedule acute, chronic, and preventive medical care for patients ages newborn to 17 years of age.
About us: We treat active duty personnel for musculoskeletal evaluation; orthopedic rehabilitation, both preoperative and postoperative, athletic injuries, modalities including cervical and lumbar traction, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, ultrasound, iontophoresis, dry needling, hot and cold packs, muscle testing and rehabilitation training, specialized muscle strengthening, postural correction, range of motion exercises, mobilization, both spine and extremity joints, and acute or chronic pain management.
About us: We conduct preventive medicine and communicable disease control, occupational health, food safety, deployment medicine, and disaster response programs. The purpose of the Air Force Occupational and Environmental Health, or OEH, program is to protect health while enhancing combat and operational capabilities. It seeks to identify, assess and eliminate or control health hazards associated with day-to-day operations. Service members who are part of the OEH program can receive medical surveillance examinations and follow-up care. The Community Health Program strives to protect the military, dependents and beneficiary populations from infectious and communicable diseases, food-borne illnesses, and environmental hazards that may adversely impact the health of the community and degrade operational performance. Focus areas and services include: communicable diseases, food protection, sanitation and medical entomology.
About us: We provide routine diagnostic radiology (X-ray) and diagnostic ultrasound services.
Telephone: 609-754-9387, 609-754-9388 or 609-754-9409
About us: TRICARE Prime enrollees can obtain referrals from their primary care manager. When you get a referral from your primary care manager, please come to the Referral Management Center before departing the hospital. We will assist in booking an appointment or provide necessary information to obtain care in the network.
About us: We offer a full range of acute, routine and preventive medicine for all Active Duty personnel. We offer “sick call” services for acute issues that have occurred within 24 to 48 hours, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Monday through Wednesday, Friday and 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday.
About us: Globalization facilitates the spread of disease and increases exposure to different health environments. Beneficiaries can receive pre-travel counseling, vaccinations and disease or illness prevention medication depending on their proposed travel locations.
Telephone: 609-754-9083 or 609-754-9602
About us: All TRICARE beneficiaries can inquire on TRICARE benefits and debt collections issues by signing into the kiosk located at the TRICARE Operations & Patient Administration flight.
About us: Routine and specialty women’s health care to active duty, dependents, and TRICARE Prime enrollees. Other patients are seen on a space-available basis. Initial appointments for gynecology services require a consult from the primary care manager. Available gynecological services include general annual exams with pelvic exams and pap smears, follow-up, preoperative and postoperative surgical evaluations and treatments.