Location: Building 250
About us: Bioenvironmental Engineering performs, directs, and manages the technical aspects of military occupational and environmental health risk management. The scope of work includes anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling exposures to chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear threats in addition to other physical hazards such as directed energy, thermal stress, and hazardous noise as well as human factors such as ergonomic stressors. We will be happy to accommodate fit testing outside of the walk-in schedule, but please call first to ensure a trained technician is available.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 316-759-2711 or 316-759-5004
About us: Our case managers help you and your family navigate complex medical concerns. A referral from your primary care manager is required.
About us: We provide basic, routine dental services for active duty personnel.
About us: Radiology offers routine X-rays, bone density, and ultrasound services upon referral from your provider. Walk-in services are available for routine X-rays and bone densities; however, ultrasounds require an appointment.
About us: We offer patient-centered primary health care to our military family. Services include adult and pediatric general medicine, gynecology and immunizations. Please note, our Women’s Health Clinic offers pregnancy tests walk-in hours above. If positive results, the Women’s Health Clinic will provide a referral. Patients need to confirm with the Women’s Health Clinic before going to the network for care.
Telephone: 316-759-5116 or 316-759-2057
About us: Flight Medicine health care services are available for all active duty personnel on flying status, special operational status, and for limited family members. As of May 2019, Active duty Sick Call Hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 10:00 a.m. for the following units: Operations Group; Maintenance Group; Security Forces Squadron; and Civil Engineering Squadron.
Telephone: 316-759-5803 or 316-759-4286
About us: Health Promotions is staffed with an Exercise Physiologist who provides counseling and intervention on various wellness-related topics such as functional movement screenings and gait analysis assessments. The Nutrition Clinic provides care and services to patients of all ages, from young child to retiree age groups, as scheduling allows with active duty personnel receiving precedence. Medical Nutrition Therapy is provided to all patients as the need necessitates. Referrals from a provider are needed for patients requiring nutrition counseling and MNT beyond general nutrition education and self-referral for weight reduction and prudent diet.
About us: Our laboratory performs more than 100 different types of tests. Whether you have a referral from an on-base or off-base provider, all requests must include patient’s name, requesting doctor’s address, signature, and mailing address. Some laboratory tests require special instructions (such as fasting for 10 to 12 hours). Your health care provider will direct you to the laboratory reception desk if instructions are necessary. Depending on the test and time of draw, results are reported to your health care provider by 8 a.m. the following duty day and tests that are performed infrequently or that have special testing requirements may take longer to complete. Certain tests must be submitted to reference laboratories and can take up to several weeks for results. Our laboratory staff will advise you if this is the case. If your health care provider is located off-base and your lab work is performed at the 22d Medical Group, please call the laboratory or inquire about result reporting during specimen collection. Only your medical provider or registered nurse will discuss test results with you.
About us: Our Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officers assist active duty personnel through the Disability Evaluation System. In addition, they provide services for Review-in-Lieu-of, Temporary Disability Retirement List, and Line-of-Duty Determinations.
About us: Our clinical social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists provide a variety of mental health services available to all eligible beneficiaries. Services include treatment of adults and couples, as well as psychological testing and medication management. Off-base referrals can be made as the need arises. We also manage the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program (ADAPT). The Air Force Medical Service recognizes alcoholism and drug addiction as progressive and often chronic disorders that affect the entire family and that are both preventable and treatable. Treatment, management, and rehabilitation services are provided Air Force-wide for Active duty personnel with drug and alcohol problems. Finally, our clinic manages the Family Advocacy Program (FAP). Our mission is to build healthy Air Force communities by developing, implementing, and evaluating policies and programs designed to prevent, intervene, and treat child and spouse maltreatment. The Family Advocacy Program has three main components: the prevention or outreach program is designed to increase family cohesion, improve parenting skills, improve couple communication, enhance social networking, and promote community awareness. This is accomplished through briefings to the military community, educational classes, support groups, and special theme events throughout the year. Classes such as Common Sense Parenting and 1-2-3 Magic, as well as temporary duty (TDY) support groups are also available.
About us: We provide routine eye exams for active duty personnel and their TRICARE Prime dependents, and TRICARE Prime retirees and their family members. Eye glasses are provided to active duty and retired personnel only. We do not fit or dispense contact lenses for non-flyers. Patients can bring in their contact lens boxes or an old written prescription to receive an updated prescription. Note: Children must be at least 6 years or older.
About us: Open to active duty personnel only. Out staff is equipped to treat a wide variety of impairments and musculoskeletal injuries that meet each patient’s needs and objectives. On your first visit, the physical therapist will perform a detailed evidence based examination to better identify treatment needs and to create a plan tailored to optimize recovery and physical performance. Options for care may include manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation, custom foot orthotics, therapeutic exercise, soft tissue release, modalities such as electrical stimulation, gait training, heat and cold treatment, traction, soft tissue mobilization, and athletic taping. Our mission is prevention, rehabilitation, and empowering the patient to overcome impairment. Patients should arrive 10 minutes prior to their appointment in athletic gear. The patient should also bring running shoes and boots. If orthotics are used, please bring them.
About us: We focus on individual medical readiness and disease prevention by concentrating on areas such as community health, deployment health, and occupational health. The flight performs aspects of both medical in and out processing for deployments, as well as provides basic travel recommendations about the health risks associated with leisure travel abroad. We also provide counseling for communicable diseases and conducts investigations associated with work-related illnesses.
About us: We provide the following services: referral management; beneficiary counseling and assistance; patient travel; and medical records.
Location: 53001 Hutchinson Street, Building 951
About us: We are staffed by Army Veterinary Corps personnel. We offer routine care for pets of military families. Currently, our facility does not offer surgery, but many diagnostic tests can be performed by sending samples to off-post laboratories.
About us: Our wounded warrior case manager provides support to combat wounded, ill, and injured Airmen and their families as they transition back into duty or into civilian life. The Air Force defines a wounded warrior as any Airman who is seriously wounded, ill, or injured that may require a Medical Evaluation Board/Physical Evaluation Board to determine fitness for duty.