Location: Second Floor, co-located inside Mental Health
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide education, prevention, assessment, and treatment for active duty personnel. The goal of the program is to assist service members in developing healthy habits and increasing quality of life.
Location: First Floor, Room 1B53, co-located with Pediatrics
About us: We provide diagnostic testing procedures for the identification and management of anaphylaxis, asthma, allergic conjunctivitis, persistent and recurrent cough, eczema, rash, food allergy, recurrent infections and immune deficiency, rhinosinusitis, and urticarial or angioedema. Services include: skin testing, subcutaneous immunotherapy, allergen challenges, biologic injections, pulmonary function tests, and lung inflammation testing. TRICARE beneficiaries ages 18 years and older require a referral from their primary care manger.
Location: First Floor, Room 1F15
About us: We provide industrial hygiene, environmental sampling, and radiation safety services for work areas. We also provide training and fit testing for industrial and N-95 respiratory protection by appointment. Gas mask fit testing is conducted on Tuesday, 9:30 to 11 a.m. Airmen with a short-notice deployment should contact our office for fit-testing coordination.
Location: Second Floor, Room 2B29
Telephone: 813-827-9082 or 813-827-9077
About us: We provide diagnostic testing for the identification of cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases. Tests include: electrocardiograms, or EKG and ECG, exercise treadmill tests, 24 and 48-hour Holter monitors, 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitors, pulmonary function tests, exercise induced asthma tests and Provocholine challenge tests, or Methacholine challenge. All tests are scheduled with a consult or referral from a provider and EKGs may be performed on a walk-in basis. Patients should call clinic directly with referral to schedule appointments. Patients referred to the Cardiopulmonary Laboratory for testing will check in at the specialty clinic front desk located on the second floor.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Case Management involves a team of health care professionals who are available to assist you and your family with complicated medical concerns. We also assist combat wounded Airmen and families from all services with transition needs whether back to duty or into the community A referral from your primary care manager is required.
Location: Second Floor, Room 2A39, co-located with Physical Therapy
Telephone: 813-827-9663 or 813-827-9390
About us: We provide treatment of active duty patients for conditions relating to the head, neck, shoulder, chest, arms, upper back, mid-back, sacral area, soft tissue of the buttock region, legs including upper and lower, and feet. Our provider is also certified in treating active duty pregnant women. A referral from your primary care manager is required.
Location: Second Floor, Room 2C13
Telephone: 813-827-9400 or 813-827-9401
About us: Active duty personnel assigned to MacDill Air Force Base receive general and specialty dental care in our clinic. For routine or sick call appointments, please call us directly or come to the Dental Clinic. Walk-in sick call for dental emergencies starts daily at 7 a.m. After duty hours and on weekends, a military dentist and technician are on call for dental emergencies. They can be reached by calling the clinic directly or dialing 813-828-2273, then follow the prompts for dental services. Active duty personnel are scheduled for mandatory annual exams through their commander’s support staff or unit health monitor. We encourage you to enroll your family members in the TRICARE Family Dental Plan.
Location: Second Floor, Room 2A39
About us: We specialize in the evaluation and treatment, both medical and surgical, of the diseases of the skin, hair, and nails. A referral from your primary care manager is required.
Location: Second Floor, Room 2E32
Telephone: 813-827-9630 or 813-827-9631
About us: We offer a full range of imaging services to include routine X-ray, bone density, ultrasound, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography. Routine X-rays do not require an appointment and are performed during normal duty hours. Specialty imaging procedures may require patient preparation or an appointment. To schedule an appointment, call or visit the Diagnostic Imaging flight. There are additional examinations that can be performed on a walk-in basis if no patient preparation is required. Please note that these examinations must be coordinated with the Diagnostic Imaging staff and reviewed by our radiologist prior to approval. Diagnostic Imaging honors requests (scripts) within our imaging capabilities from civilian providers.
Location: Information forthcoming
About us: Disease Management involves a team of healthcare professionals who are available to help educate patients with various chronic disease processes. DM registered nurses are here to assist patients with questions they may have about how to live with a chronic disease state, how to self-monitor their illness, and when to call your Primary Care provider.
Location: Second Floor, check in at Referral Management Front Desk
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.
About us: The Family Advocacy Program is designed to strengthen families by promoting healthy relationships through prevention and intervention. This is accomplished by domestic violence and child maltreatment awareness, prevention services, and intervention. We also provide preventative services, which include the New Parent Support Program, a voluntary education and support program for expectant families with children 0-3 years old. Services include supportive groups, private telephone consultations and home visits customized to meet your needs by our registered nurse. Additionally, parenting classes to help parents find ways to manage difficult behaviors, encourage good behaviors, build self-esteem, and enriching communication skills. Anger management classes to help identify and regulate unhealthy behaviors and emotions to improve a better way of dealing with difficult situations and feelings. Counseling is also available to couples who would like to improve and strengthen their relationships, as well as identify unhealthy and harmful behaviors that can greatly impact a relationship.
Please see the following class descriptions below for other classes offered. Please contact Family Advocacy for more information on services offered.
Location: First Floor, Room 1H23
About us: We provide primary care services to aircrew, air traffic controllers, special duty operators, and limited family members, as well as occupational medicine and physicals for other designated personnel. Services offered include flight physicals, acute, routine, and wellness examinations, skin cancer prevention, annual female exams, and minor skin surgeries. To schedule an appointment, please call the Flight Medicine clinic front desk at 813-827-9805, option 1. For members on active flying status, the clinic offers return to fly hours Monday through Friday, 7 to 7:30 a.m. and 3 to 3:30 p.m.
Location: Second Floor, Room 2A39, check in at Dermatology window
About us: We offer treatment for a variety of disease processes, including, but not limited to, anti-reflux surgery, hernia repairs, gallbladder surgery, soft tissue masses, and diverticulitis. Additional procedures, such as endoscopy, may be available depending on provider availability. Although we treat a wide range of conditions, some patients require subspecialized care, and we can assist with the appropriate referrals. We provide care for active duty members as well as TRICARE Prime and Standard beneficiaries, as space allows. A referral from your primary care manager is required for an appointment.
Location: 8115 Cypress Stand Street, Building 303, in the Fitness Center
About us: We provide a one-stop shop for all prevention and wellness needs. All services and programs are available to active duty, family members, retirees and Department of Defense civilians; referrals are not required. Walk-in services include: blood pressure; body-fat analysis on the Tanita BC-418 body composition analyzer; select exercise equipment; private relaxation and massage chair room; and resource library. Screenings include: fasting cholesterol, bone health, body composition analysis via the Bod Pod or InBody 570 assessment tools, Micro Smokerlyzer, Med Gem metabolic testing system. Classes and services include: “Be Well” (active duty); “MOVE!” (weight management); lifestyle and health coaching; tobacco cessation; running clinic; “Fuel to the Max!” sports nutrition; supplement education for safe, responsible use. Outreach services include: HeRO briefings and challenges: “Soar into Health,” “28 Days 4 Sleep,” “Moveit MacDill!” and “Color Your Plate;” Fit Stops (mini health fairs); Commander’s Call Briefings; Leadership Training. To enroll in our classes or to schedule an appointment, please call 813-828-4739, visit the MacDill Facebook page, or sign up for text updates by texting MACFIT to 95577.
Location: First Floor, Room 1B58
About us: Immunizations is a walk-in clinic that administers routine, deployment and overseas travel immunizations to active duty, retirees and dependents. If deploying, or traveling overseas visit Public Health for specific country vaccines. No appointment is necessary and Immunizations is open through lunch. Please bring your shot record and your medical record if on the Personal Reliability Program. We are co-located with Pediatrics on the first floor.
Location: First Floor, Room 1A33, co-located with Primary Care
Telephone: 813-828-2273 (CARE)
About us: We specialize in non-surgical diseases in adult patients, including heart and lung disease, diabetes and its complications, digestive diseases, lipid disorders (lipid clinic run by a pharmacist), infectious diseases, and rheumatic disorders. Patients receive individual disease, procedure-specific, and health and wellness counseling from their physician and the nurse or case manager. Referrals are required for patients not enrolled in Internal Medicine. Patients checking in for appointments at Internal Medicine will report to the Primary Care Clinic front desk located on the first floor.
Location: First Floor, Room 1H01
About us: We provide prompt, high quality preventative, routine and acute primary care services to active duty, reservists, active and reserve family members, and personnel assigned to or retired from headquarters USSOCOM. Dependents must be at least six years old. Services provided include flight, school and sports physicals, health screens, a comprehensive well woman program, minor procedures, diseases management, and sick call for active duty and reserve members.
Location: First Floor, across from USSOCOM Clinic
About us: We provide prompt, high quality preventive, routine, and acute primary care services to active duty, reservists and assigned family members. Services provided include health screens, school and sports physicals, minor procedures, disease management, well woman exams, and sick call for active duty and reserve members. Active duty and reserve members assigned to USCENTCOM with an acute illness or injury that prevents them from performing duty that day are encouraged to report to sick call. To schedule all other appointments, call the appointment line at 813-828-2273. This team conducts training on Wednesday afternoons.
Location: First Floor, co-located with Flight Medicine
About us: We provide premier preventative, routine, and acute primary care services to active duty, reserve and guard members when on active duty orders. Services provided include health screens, minor procedures, physicals, and sick call for active duty and reserve members. This team conducts training on Wednesday afternoons.
Location: First Floor, Room 1J16
About us: Lab tests are ordered by providers only. All written lab scripts must have a provider's signature. Lab reports are entered into the clinic's computer system for the requesting provider's review. Patients requesting copies of their test results can obtain them from their primary care manager. Patients with a lab order for a one, two or three hour oral glucose tolerance test should come to the lab to receive instructions and schedule the test. Some lab tests require the patient to fast. Fasting means having nothing to eat or drink (except water) nine to 12 hours before blood collection. The provider’s orders should specify whether or not fasting is required. Unless the provider gives other instructions, patients should continue taking their medications, as prescribed, prior to having blood drawn.
Location: Second Floor, check-in at Referral Management front desk
Telephone: 813-827-9993, 813-827-9983 or 813-827-9981
About us: We assist active duty personnel through the board process. Other services provided include: review-in-lieu-of MEB, temporary disability retirement list, assignment and deployment waiver processing, organ donation and elective surgery.
Location: Second Floor
About us: We offer individual, group, and educational sessions for stress, anxiety, depression, anger management, adjustment difficulties, and other psychological concerns. Medication management services are available by referral. Military evaluations for special clearances or duties are arranged as required by Air Force instruction or policy.
Location: First Floor, check-in at Pediatrics and Immunizations front desk
Hours: By appointment only; please call for availability
About us: We are staffed by a registered dietitian and nutritionist. RDNs are food and nutrition experts who can separate facts from “fads” and translate the latest scientific breakthroughs into practical food choices. Together, you and our RDN will create a personal plan, helping you improve your health and lifestyle by making lasting dietary changes. Group classes for diabetes and pre-diabetes management are available monthly. We provide the highest quality of nutritional care to patients and their families for a variety of conditions and diseases. These include: cancer, heart disease, digestive disorders, pregnancy, diabetes management, sports nutrition, eating disorders, food allergies / intolerances, HIV/AIDS, vegetarian nutrition, tube feeding needs, and many others. If you are interested in coming to the clinic, talk to your primacy care manager and have them send a referral to Nutritional Medicine Clinic. Our clinic is available to patients of all ages, and we see active duty as well as dependents. Initial visits typically last about one hour. Our RDN will listen to your concerns, will look at your diet record and lab work, learn the foods you like and dislike, discuss your lifestyle, and start working on a nutrition plan that suits your needs. Follow-up appointments are about 30 minutes, to discuss progress and necessary adjustments to your dietary plan. We will help you make small changes over time so that you maintain these changes and reach your goals. Patients coming in for an appointment (no walk-ins) will check in at the Pediatric and Immunizations Clinic front counter located on the first floor.
Location: First floor, co-located with Optometry
About us: Ophthalmology care (preventive care, eye surgery, and disease treatment) is available by referral to eligible active duty, retired military and family members 13 years and older. Those patients under the age of 13 are referred to a pediatric ophthalmologist for specialty care. Routine yearly eye exams/glasses prescriptions and laser vision correction are not performed by the ophthalmology clinic; however, they are available through the optometry clinic and/or by using TRICARE benefits. Patients are requested to arrive 15 minutes prior to their appointment for technician screening prior to seeing the physician. Referrals are required unless the patient has Medicare Part A & B alongside TRICARE for Life or TRICARE Plus. The patient will be contacted by the referral management center to schedule an appointment, once the referral is received.
Location: First Floor, Room 1GC2
About us: We provide routine eye exams for active duty members. Appointments for retirees and family members are on a space-available basis. The clinic provides eyeglasses to active duty and retired members only. Routine contact lens exams and contact lens updates are available on a case-by-case basis. It is best to have a previous prescription and contact lenses available. Screening exams for LASIK/PRK surgery are available for active duty members. Appointments can be scheduled by calling the appointment line or via TRICARE Online.
About us: We provide medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the ears, nose and throat. We provide care for active duty personnel and, as space allows, dependents over 12 months of age, Department of Defense retirees and their dependents. A referral from your primary care manager is required.
Location: First Floor, Room 1B54
About us: We provide primary care services for eligible children from newborn to adolescents through 17 years of age. For appointment scheduling you may use the following methods: appointment line, Tricare online, TOL Secure Messaging, and with clinic staff. Wellness exams are scheduled for the following ages: 2 weeks, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, and annually after the age of 2. Patients coming in for care at Pediatrics will check in at the Pediatrics’ front desk. Recommended show time for appointments are 15 minutes prior to fill out paperwork. Ensure your child’s immunizations are up to date. Call the immunizations clinic for the latest recommended immunization schedule. Please note that wait times may vary and are dependent upon the needs of the child and staff availability for these walk in services: rule out sore throat; stitch removal; staple removal and wart removal (with previous provider visit for specific wart).
MacDill Air Force Base has three pharmacies. All Pharmacies have one direct phone number: 813-827-7910 (RX10). Please choose the appropriate option when calling.
Main Clinic Pharmacy
Location: MacDill Clinic, 3250 Zemke Avenue, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida
This is where new hard copy prescriptions, and electronic prescriptions (E-Rx) are processed for eligible beneficiaries.
Drive-Thru Refill Pharmacy
Location: 7101 Kingfisher Street, Building 934, near Burger King.
Refills must be called in or use TRICARE Online when you have authorized refills remaining on your current prescription. After your prescription expires and/or you have zero refills remaining, you must get a new prescription from your provider.
Sabal Park Clinic Pharmacy
Location: 9208 King Palm Drive, Tampa, Florida 33619
Prescription Transfers: MacDill Air Force Base Pharmacy will transfer prescriptions in from any Department of Defense military pharmacy to the MacDill Air Force Base Pharmacy upon request. Please visit the Pharmacy to fill out a transfer request form for all transfer-in requests. To request a transfer out of MacDill to another Pharmacy, have your new pharmacy call 813-827-7910.
MacDill Formulary (medication availability)
Manage Your Prescriptions
TRICARE Pharmacy Program
TRICARE Formulary Search Tool
About us: The Physical Therapy clinic is currently open to active duty personnel with a referral from your primary care manager; other beneficiary categories are seen on a space-available basis. The clinic provides evaluation and treatment for acute and chronic orthopedic, neuro/musculoskeletal conditions, and post-operative rehabilitation. All initial appointments are scheduled by the Referral Management Center at 813-828-2273. All follow-up appointments are scheduled by the Physical Therapy staff. Direct access appointments are for new conditions (back, shoulder, knee, ankle condition with current duration of 16 days or less); no primary care manager referral is required. Please wear proper clothing (for example, gym shorts and t-shirts) for all scheduled appointments.
Location: First Floor, Room 1A33, co-located with Internal Medicine
About us: We provide health care to beneficiaries and dependents. Services offered include: adult and pediatric general medicine; gynecology, including annual pap smears; minor surgery; immunizations; cardiopulmonary tests; short-term counseling and military-specific programs. Special emphasis is placed on health maintenance and preventative medical services. Appointments are booked by calling the appointment line at 813-828-2273 (CARE). Cough and Cold Clinic offers treatment and care for cold symptoms on a walk-in basis. We also provide blood pressure checks, B12 injections, testosterone, Depo-Provera, pregnancy tests, UTI, and wart treatment.
Location: First Floor, Room 1C46
About us: We specialize in the following areas of care: food safety and public facility sanitation inspections, medical entomology or vector surveillance, medical employee health, communicable disease epidemiology and education, occupational health including audiograms, medical intelligence, and deployment or travel medicine.
Location: Second Floor, Room 2G16
Telephone: 813-828-2273, option 3
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.
Location: 7804 Blackbird Street, Building 936
Telephone: 813-828-3558 or 813-828-3559
About us: We provide veterinary care services including examinations, immunizations, and treatment of illness for pets.
Location: First Floor, Room 1B09
About us: The Women’s Health Clinic is a self-referral clinic that provides gynecological care to adult females from child-bearing age to geriatrics. Priority is given to active duty personnel. As space allows, the clinic also provides care to active duty dependents, Department of Defense retirees and their dependents. Services offered include: well woman exams; birth control or contraception; hormone replacement therapy; menopause or perimenopause symptom management; GYN problem visits; preconception counseling; infertility; evaluation / treatment of abnormal bleeding; IUD or Nexplanon insertion and removal, which is required for an initial appointment for counseling; and cervical dysplasia. Patients experiencing GYN related problems should call the appointment line at 813-828-2273 to book an appointment.