Location: Building 90
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide Alcohol, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment services to all active duty Air Force and Army personnel in Okinawa. Currently our clinic is able to provide care up to Level 1 treatment for patients and utilize the Level 2.5 program in Yongson, Korea. Additionally, we provide substance use disorder education, treatment, and prevention services for the base and other host units.
Location: Family Health Clinic, Building 626, Second Floor
About us: Case Managers are nurses or social workers who coordinate care for patient requiring different provider specialties due to multiple diseases, serious terminal illness or instability with chronic conditions. Case Managers can coordinate care, assess, plan and facilitate services, evaluate options and advocate on the patients behalf. Service is determined through collaboration between patient, family, health care team and provider.
Location: Building 626, Second Floor, main entrance lobby
About us: We offer phlebotomy and specimen collection services for the Kadena Clinic. We perform hematology, chemistry, urinalysis, serological, and limited service microbiology testing capabilities. We are the hub for clinics referral testing program and services.
Location: Building 626, Third Floor
Telephone: 630-4817, option 1, 2, 4
About us: We provide services to active duty personnel and their dependents ranging from periodic dental exams, cleanings and routine fillings to selective specialty care, such as oral surgery, periodontics, endodontics, prosthodontic, orthodontics, and pedodontics. Our primary goal is to service Air Force personnel first and dependent family members second. During seasonal changes when the active duty demand is high, family members will be seen on a space available basis only. Family members who are covered under TRICARE’s United Concordia Dental Plan, may seek dental accommodations off-base.
Telephone: DSN 630-5203
About us: Disease Managers are Registered Nurses who educate, collaborate, and follow up with patients with diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and asthma to improve patient self-management of these chronic disease. Typically, referrals to disease management are placed through the providers as needed, but patients can self-refer, as well.
About us: We asses, document and transmit information about special education and medical needs of all family member planning to move at the government’s expense. These needs include specialized medical care, medications, equipment, or any early intervention or related services required or recommended for a child, typically specified on an Individualized Family Service Plan or Individualized Education Program. We offer enhance facility and program accessibility for individuals with disabilities or other medical requirements. We also assist AFPC in assigning sponsors to areas where family members’ medical and/or special education needs can be accommodated-provided there are valid manning requirements for the Airmen’s grades and specialties.
About us: We provide maltreatment and prevention services to Air Force and Army personnel and Department of Defense and contracting civilians stationed on Okinawa who are affiliated with both the Air Force and Army. Part of our prevention services is the New Parent Support Program, that provides classes and education to new families. We collaborate with the Army Family Advocacy Personnel to help pave the way for the implementation of a complete Family Advocacy Program at Torii Station, which will bring much needed services to Army Families on Okinawa.
Location: Building 626, Second Floor, main entry floor
Telephone: 630-4817, option 1, 1, 1
About us: We provide infant to geriatric comprehensive primary care and minor surgery for 15,000 beneficiaries. We have 10 Family Health providers, one Internal Medicine provider, six nurses, 20 technicians, two Behavioral Health Optimization Program providers, and one BHOP nurse. Our clinic is divided into three teams: Teams A, B and C, which includes the U.S. Army’s 1-1 Air Defense Artillery Physician Assistant. Each team is composed of three or more providers, two nurses, and up to six technicians. The Family Health Clinic executes the Reward Efficiencies Set Priorities Empower Teams clinical care initiative. We also house and support a dermatologist from the US Naval Hospital on Marine Corps base Camp Foster.
About us: Flight Medicine is comprised of the Flight and Operational Medicine Clinic and the Base and Operational Medicine Clinic. FOMC manages the preventive services and care of 1,600 aircrew and their beneficiaries, which includes 18 flying units assigned to six MAJCOMS. Additionally, FOMC houses Kadena’s first ever Sports Medicine Clinic and the Occupational Health Program, which affects 40 Squadrons. BOMC manages the base Physical Health Assessment Questionnaire program, which includes the Mental Health Assessment, the Deployment Health Related Assessment, medical clearances, IMR readiness reviews, and duty limiting conditions. Lastly, we are a Military Entrance Processing Station for the island of Okinawa; BOMC supports all initial enlistments to include sister service branches.
About us: We provide all inoculations to active duty personnel, retirees and dependents. Flu shots are administered seasonally to all patients. Allergy services, including testing and shots, are available only after a patient has received an approved referral from their assigned provider.
Telephone: Mental Health: 634-3272
About us: We provide outpatient mental health care to TRICARE beneficiaries assigned to Kadena Air Base and Torii Station. Our clinic is currently open to all active duty personnel and their dependents on a case by case basis. Care is available 24-hours a day through on-call services with the US Naval Hospital Emergency Room, located on US Marine Corps base Camp Foster. We also extend clinical support to the US Naval Hospital on Camp Foster by providing six weeks of emergency room on-call support by psychotherapists and six weekends of in-patient rounding by prescribers.
About us: We provide routine eye exams for all active duty personnel stationed in Okinawa. Urgent care appointments are provided to all beneficiaries as needed. Glasses, gas mask insert, and safety and ballistic inserts are ordered for active duty and Department of Defense civilians per job requirement.
About us: We provide services dependent children from birth to age 17. We provide well child checkups, sports physicals, acute sick care visits, and ADHD screenings and treatment. We offer walk in services for strep tests, wart treatments, after initial visit with provider, and suture and staple removals.
About us: We offer the following services: audiograms; TDY and deployment processing; PCS out-processing; medical employee health in-processing; travel medicine advice; sexually transmitted infection counseling; pregnancy interviews; temporary food booth applications; and command sponsorship.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., also for walk-in hours
About us: We have only one service and that is routine X-rays. All X-ray requests must first be ordered by the patient’s assigned provider; X-ray request expire after 30 days from the date a provider places the order. All other modalities such as, CT, MRI, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and fluoroscopy are offered at the US Naval Hospital located on Marine Corps base Camp Foster. We welcome all walk-ins during our duty hours, no appointment necessary.
About us: We service active duty personnel and dependent females in need of gynecological or obstetric care. We provide care for low risk obstetric patients up to 32 weeks, as well as procedures for birth control and abnormal pap smears. We offer walk in services for Depo Provera injections and pregnancy tests; these two services are only offered after a patient is initially evaluated by their assigned provider.