Location: Building 405
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: We administer aerospace medicine, preventive and occupational medicine support, and a staff advisor to flying squadron commanders. We conduct medical examinations and provide medical care for flyers and others with special standards of medical qualification. We also monitor the personnel reliability assurance program, or PRAP. Our services also evaluates living and working environments to detect and control health hazards and prevent disease within the Air Force community.
Hours: 24 hours per day
About us: We have an ambulance crew on standby for medical emergency needs. We have a dedicated staff trained to respond to any emergency where transport is required and will take patients to the nearest emergency department off base.
Location: Building 410, at the Family Health Clinic check-in
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: The Behavorial Health Optimization Program is a one-stop shop with primary focus on immediate counseling care for those individuals seeking tools to address current life stressors. These stressors include: relationship issues, sleep hygiene, problems adjusting to work environment or permanent changes of station, anger issues, goal setting and low motivation, diet and fitness, and more. Please contact the Mental Health clinic for more information about using this program.
Location: Building 409, Second Floor
About Us: We provide quantitative fit testing, or QNFT, services for gas mask users, as well as for workers requiring respiratory protection within their work setting. Gas mask fit testing is only required once per lifetime upon arrival at the first permanent duty station. As an exception, fit testing may be re-accomplished when a new size or type of mask is issued, when the wearer gains or losses 10% or more of body weight or when the wearer experiences extensive dental work, facial surgery, scarring, or disfigurement. Industrial respirator fit testing is done by appointments only; a medical questionnaire must be obtained through Public Health and routed for review and signature by a medical provider prior to scheduling this appointment.
Location: Building 405, Room 1194
About us: We are a limited service laboratory that performs basic tests such as chemistry, hematology, serology and urinalysis. All other specialized tests or subspecialties that are not tested at this laboratory are collected and shipped to various military and civilian reference laboratories in the United States, Osan Air Base, or Neodin Lab for testing. Lipid Panel testing requires fasting for eight to 10 hours. Only drink water and take prescription medication unless directed otherwise by a physician. The Laboratory does not provide results directly to patients. A patient can obtain laboratory results by calling the appointment line, messaging the medical provider seen in MiCare, or using TRICARE Online. Laboratory tests shipped to the United States may require 14 days for finalization of results. Come by and ask us about the Walking Blood Bank; become a donor, save a life! Sign up today!
Location: Building 409, next to the medical clinic
About us: Dental care is provided for all active duty personnel assigned to Kunsan Air Base. Annual dental examinations may be scheduled for active duty personnel through their unit health monitor. Follow-up appointments are made at the time of the dental exam or by calling us. Specialized treatments to include endodontics, prosthodontics, periodontics, and oral surgery are available on a limited basis. Sick call is available to personnel by call-in or walk-in Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. Dental care for non-active duty personnel is extremely limited. Family members of active duty service members are strongly encouraged to enroll in the TRICARE Dental Program. Retirees and their family members are advised to enroll in the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program. For in-processing, if you hand-carried your record, please bring them to us upon arrival. For out-processing, please provide two copies of orders no earlier than five duty days before your final-out appointment.
Location: Building 405, Room 1185
Telephone: 782-5151 or 782-6067
About us: We provide routine radiography, or X-ray, exams accomplished on a walk-in basis. We use the computed radiography, or CR, imaging equipment and teleradiology to ensure a timely diagnosis for all patient’s referred to the clinic. We also provide compact disk copies of images required for appointments and permanent changes of station. All other imaging subspecialties will require an off-base referral and is coordinated by your health care provider.
Location: Building 405, Room 1170
Telephone: DSN 782-7066
About us: The Air Force family member travel screening process is designed to screen and clear family members for their upcoming permanent change of station. The Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to provide support to military family members with identified special needs. We assess, document, and transmit information about special education and medical needs of all family members planning to move at the government’s expense and work to enhance facility and program accessibility for individuals with disabilities or other medical requirements. Learn more about the Exceptional Family Member Program. For out-processing, please attend the family member relocation clearance brief six months prior to the date you are expected to return from overseas, or DEROS. The briefing is held every Monday at 9 a.m. in Building 405, Room 1174.
Hours: Walk-in service
About us: Vaccine services for active duty members only. Immunization clearance memos can only be signed off 120 days or less prior to your report no later than date. Tuberculosis, or TB or PPDs, will not be placed on Thursday as the test must be read within 48 to 72 hours of being placed.
Telephone: 782-2273, option 1, 1, 1
About us: We offer mental health, family advocacy, and the alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment program, or ADAPT.
Location: Building 405, Room 1216
About us: We provide records to clinics upon request for patient appointments. Upon receipt of permanent change of station orders records are packaged and mailed to the member’s gaining unit. If a member is retiring or separating all electronic medical records are printed and filed into the outpatient medical record prior to the outpatient medical record being forwarded to the Air Force Service Treatment Record Cell via United States Postal Service. A Release of Information provides copies of medical records to members, legal, and insurance companies. We operate in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, guidelines. Routine record requests are completed within 30 days.
Location: Building 405, next to TRICARE
About us: We are a referral only clinic that evaluates and treats musculoskeletal conditions including sports injuries, chronic issues and postoperative rehabilitation. We also perform outreach programs to units across base to educate the population on injury prevention and to better tailor our care for each specific career field. Our goal is the physical optimization of every member assigned to Kunsan Air Base.
To schedule an appointment with Physical Therapy please schedule an appointment to your primary care manager for a referral. Patients are expected to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to appointment time. We ask that you wear appropriate workout attire for each encounter. Cancellations should be done at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment time. No-shows will result in notifications sent to your unit leadership; multiple no-shows will result in discharge from the clinic.
About us: We provide comprehensive medical care to Kunsan’s active duty members. We do not provide emergency services. We offer a full range of acute, routine and preventative medicine. Walk-in services include blood pressure checks, wart treatments, pregnancy tests, urinary tract infection screenings, Depo-Provera injections, strep tests, and sexually transmitted infection testing.
Location: Building 405, Room 1159
About us: The services we provide are for the population’s health. This is done through two main programs, Community Health and Force Health. Community health monitors communicable diseases, food safety and facility sanitation programs, and vector surveillance. Force Health monitors individual medical readiness, or IMR, requirements, deployments, occupational health programs, travel medicine, and audiograms. Audiograms are conducted on a walk-in basis.
Location: Building 405, Room 1135
Telephone: DSN 315-782-7373
About us: We are a one-stop where patients go to process specialty referrals requested by their referring provider. We help set up specialty appointments and assist in coordinating off-site network provider appointments if necessary. We also advise on health care benefits and review referrals. All routine network referrals have an expiration date, so please ensure that your initial referral appointment is set up before the referral time period ends. All expired referrals must be renewed by calling your primary care manager or sending a secure message via TRICARE Online. For continuity-of-care referrals, please speak to your primary care manager team.