Location: 7300 North Perimeter Road, Building 2040
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: The primary objectives of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program are to promote readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse; to minimize the negative consequences of substance misuse and abuse, to the individual, family, and organization; to provide comprehensive education and treatment to individuals who experience problems attributed to substance misuse or abuse; and to restore function and return members to unrestricted duty status, or to assist them in their transition to civilian life, as appropriate.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: The Base Operational Medicine Clinic is designed to manage physical exam, health assessment, and Medical Standards Management Element functions within an occupational medicine clinic that uses algorithmic workflows to provide appropriate worker medical surveillance examinations and duty status in compliance with service and federal regulation. Developing a system of standard work managed through standardized leadership approaches that collectively drive continuous process improvement, with the goal of improving the reliability of physical exams and medical standards service is at the core of everyday BOMC operations.
Location: 7300 North Perimeter Road, Building 2041
About us: Respirator fit tests can be scheduled online at: https://malmstrombiofittest.as.me/schedule.php
We provide expertise in health risk assessments to enhance commander decision-making and health service capabilities. We survey work areas to protect the occupational health and safety of workers by identifying hazards and prescribing appropriate controls. This includes identifying dangerous chemicals, quantifying noise hazards, and ensuring sufficient ventilation. We monitor the water distribution system and air quality for the base; address cold and heat stress hazards due to weather or work conditions, and perform vulnerability assessments. Additionally, we have program oversight of radiation safety, respiratory protection, and hazardous communication for the installation. We work closely with Civil Engineering and Occupational Safety to support the confined space team, all-hazard response force, and reviews all work orders, chemical authorizations, and construction designs.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
About us: We currently treat active duty personnel; other beneficiaries are eligible for stand-by dental care. We provide treatment in all dental specialties areas including sedative procedures. Emergency care is available after hours.
About us: Our mission is to identify medical and educational service requirements of family members in support of active duty sponsor assignment. This process has two main parts: special needs identification and screening family members for overseas relocations. Those family who are identified as having special needs are enrolled in this program. Enrollment allows families to obtain information on required services and ensures they have access to necessary services where they are assigned.
About us: We are a therapeutic program designed to help prevent future maltreatment through identification, assessment and treatment of families with domestic violence-related issues. We advocate for appropriate treatment strategies, not punishment. The New Parent Support Program offers home visits with a registered nurse or licensed social worker for education and support, and is is open to all active duty families who are expectant, new, or single parents. Services are available to families anytime during pregnancy until the child reaches three years of age. The Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate is responsible for providing a resource for immediate and ongoing intervention and support to victims of domestic violence, as well as to non-offending parents involved in child abuse and neglect cases. The advocate provides referrals for military medical treatment, information on the military’s domestic violence abuse program, and referral information on civilian support services. Services are also provided to active duty members with civilian or dual active duty unmarried intimate partners, and those with a same sex partner.
About us: We provide medical care for active duty, dependents, and retiree personnel. We treat a narrow range of acute illnesses by walk-in such as suture removal, sore throat, medication injections, and blood pressure checks when ordered by a provider. We also treat other acute concerns and chronic illnesses by appointments. Our focus is also on preventive health screening for the range of our population.
About us: We focus on managing the health and performance of the supported base population of special duty personnel.
About us: Health Promotion programs encourage Airmen and their families to follow healthy lifestyles and avoid harmful behaviors by providing the information and skills necessary to do so. We enable individuals to lead healthy lives, units to become exemplary healthy workplaces, and military and civilian personnel to execute their missions productively.
About us: We are a walk-in clinic. If you are in-processing, hand carry you and your dependents shot records to the immunizations front desk.
About us: Laboratory services are available to all eligible TRICARE beneficiaries with an order from a health care provider. Basic chemistry, hematology, urinalysis, microbiology, and serology testing is performed in-house. Tests not performed in-house will be collected and shipped to a reference laboratory for processing. Please note that, due to specimen stability, some tests cannot be collected on Fridays or the day prior to extended downtime. Most tests can be performed on a walk-in basis, however, some require adherence to special diets or collection techniques and may require a visit prior to submission. Please follow your provider’s instructions for fasting. 1-hour, 2-hour, and 3-hour Glucose Tolerance Tests are performed in-house. Patients are expected to stay in the waiting area for the duration of these tests. 1-hour Glucose Tolerance Tests are performed prior to 3 p.m. on a walk-in basis, however 2-hour and 3-hour Glucose Tolerance Tests testing is by appointment only. Biennial HIV testing is performed on a walk-in basis, however members must contact Public Health to ensure the test is ordered prior to reporting to the laboratory. Please contact the laboratory with any questions.
About us: Mental Health providers specialize in the disciplines of psychiatry, psychology, and social work, and address and treat concerns that impact one’s emotional and behavioral well-being. We provide individual counseling, and can facilitate higher levels of care based on treatment needs. Additionally, we offer classes on sleep hygiene, mindfulness, and relaxation. We also provide outreach services which include disaster mental health and pre-exposure training.
About us: We deliver nutritional assessment, evaluation, diagnosis, education, counseling and collaborative treatment of patients with a variety of nutritional needs.
About us: Optometry services are available to active duty personnel, including routine exams, glasses ordering and repairs, refractive surgery consultation with pre and post-operative care, laser vision exams, contact lens fittings on a limited basis, driver’s license renewals, and acute care for red eyes, pain and trauma, and sudden vision changes. On a space-available basis, acute care may be available to dependents and retirees, but routine services are not offered for these beneficiaries at this time.
About us: The TRICARE Prime travel benefit is for all TRICARE Prime beneficiaries enrolled to the military treatment facility. For any routine specialty care 100 miles from your primary care manager office you can be reimbursed for qualifying expenses related to that that travel. Please come by the patient travel office with any questions.
About us: All services require a scheduled appointment.
About us: We provide medical care for Airmen assigned to the Personnel Reliability Program, as well as the Arming Use of Force Program. By using competent medical authorities the clinic can provide the installation’s certifying officials with real-time insight to their member’s reliability while performing sensitive operations.
About us: We provide active duty personnel with physical therapy evaluations and treatment for common injuries to include back pain, shoulder pain, shin splints, ankle pain and strains, and knee pain and running gait evaluations. Our goal is educate and get you to be independent with your training program through evidence base programs.
About us: We administer audiograms to personnel on the Hearing Conservation Program, monitor occupational health requirements for industrial shops, coordinate and track deployment medical readiness, facilitate the fetal protection program for active duty and civilian personnel, educate on prevention and control of communicable diseases, and conduct base-wide food and public facility safety and sanitation inspections.
About us: Radiology services are available to all eligible TRICARE beneficiaries with an order from a health care provider. Services include routine X-rays and magnetic resonance imaging (MRIs). X-rays are performed on a walk-in basis, and orders are valid for 60 days. Pregnant women may not receive an X-ray. If you think you may be pregnant, a pregnancy test will be performed prior to the X-ray. MRIs are scheduled with the Radiology department and can only be performed on beneficiaries Monday through Friday, prior to 12 p.m. Afternoon MRI appointments are reserved for Veteran Affairs (VA) patients. An X-ray of the affected area must be performed within six months of an MRI. If an X-ray was performed off-base, please bring a disc with the images. Please contact the Radiology department with any questions or to schedule an appointment.
About us: TRICARE Prime enrollees can obtain referrals from their primary care manager. Please visit TRICARE West to track the status of your referral and find other useful information about your TRICARE benefits. If you have any questions or concerns please come to the Referral Management Center. We will assist in processing your referral or provide necessary information to obtain care in the network.
About us: We provide routine specialty care to active duty, dependents, and TRICARE Prime enrollees. Available gynecological services include: well woman examinations; pelvic examinations; PAP smears; birth control information and refills; birth control counseling; IUD insertion and removal; Nexplanon insertion and removal; pregnancy testing; OB referrals; urinary tract infection (UTI) walk-ins; and infertility work-up and referrals.