Location: Building 909, behind the main medical facility
Telephone: 24/7 or on-call technician, 229-563-3063
About us: We ensure a healthy and safe workplace environment for Moody Air Force Base personnel and their families via operational health risk assessment expertise. Do not eat, drink, or smoke anything for 30 minutes prior to showing up for your fit test. This includes candy and gum. If you wear spectacle inserts, you will need to bring your inserts with you to be fit tested. If you do not need a new gas mask fit test and you have a fit test from a previous base, please bring a copy to us.
Respiratory Protection: Respirators may be required in some industrial shops or for certain emergency response personnel. Check with your shop supervisor if you are unsure if this applies to you. If you wore a respirator at your previous assignment you will need to re-accomplish a Medical Questionnaire and fit testing prior to respirator use at Moody AFB. If you are required to wear a respirator, obtain a Medical Questionnaire and Workplace Specific Written Respiratory Protection Plan from your shop supervisor. Fill out the questionnaire and take both documents to Flight Medicine. If cleared by Flight Medicine, schedule an appointment with Bioenvironmental Engineering for a quantitative fit test. Respirator fit tests are performed by appointment only on Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Do not eat, drink, or smoke anything for 30 minutes prior to showing up for your fit test. This includes candy, gum, etc.
Gas mask fit-testing: Gas mask fit test frequency requirements have changed. If you answer "yes" to any of the following questions, or you have never had a gas mask fit test, you require a gas mask fit test.To determine if you require a fit test, answer the following questions:
If you answered "yes" to any of the above, or you have never had a gas mask fit test, you require a gas mask fit test. Gas mask fit tests are performed on a walk-in basis every Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Do not eat, drink, or smoke anything for 30 minutes prior to showing up for your fit test. This includes candy, gum, etc. If you wear spectacle inserts, you will need to bring your inserts with you to be fit tested. If you do not need a new gas mask fit test and you have a fit test from a previous base, please bring a copy to Bioenvironmental Engineering.
Location: Main clinic, east end
About us: Services are limited to assigned active duty service members only. Active duty members can call to make an appointment for dental sick call.
TRICARE Dental Program: This is a voluntary, premium-based dental insurance plan available for active duty family members. It is administered by MetLife. If you would like information about this program and/or enrollment contact a MetLife/TOP representative at CONUS, 855-638-8371, or go online.
Telephone: 229-257-2778 or toll free at 800-889-3041; appointments cancelled within two hours and those where the member arrives more than 10 minutes past the scheduled time are counted as a no-show
About us: We do not have a walk-in sick call. If you are not able to book an appointment you can leave a message with your team nurse and they will give you a call back. Online appointments are available. Use TRICARE Online to schedule an appointment. Unless it is a true emergency, all TRICARE Prime beneficiaries enrolled at the 23d MDG are required to contact their primary care manager team during operational hours before seeking medical care from a network provider. Emergency care does not require a referral.
For after hours, weekend and holiday, care advice is available by calling the Nurse Advice line. Call 800-TRICARE (874-2273), select option 1 to speak with a nurse. The nurse can answer urgent care questions, provide advice and help you find a doctor if needed. When out of the local area, contact TRICARE South/Humana at 800-444-5445 for care options. Please see our local are policy for further emergency or urgent care information.
Communicate with your health care team through MiCare Secure Messaging. If you have not signed up, you must first sign up with your local clinic in person before you will have access due to security reasons. This can be accomplished at the Family Health front desk. MiCare allows patients to request medication renewals, receive test/lab results, communicate with your health care team on "non-urgent" matters and request a copy of your immunizations records.
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 about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
Location: Main clinic, east side, across from the Dental Clinic
About us: We build healthy Air Force communities by developing, implementing and valuating policies and programs designed to prevent, intervene in and treat child and spouse maltreatment. Services Include: marital counseling; New Parent Support Program for families expecting the birth of a child or those with children under the age of three; Anger Management, a class designed to decrease and manage anger to allow individuals to control anger versus anger controlling them; and Fearless Marriage workshop designed where couples learn how lo improve communication skills and resolve conflict.
Location: Building 900
Telephone: 229-257-2778 or toll free at 800-889-3041
About us: We provide outpatient primary care services to the 23d Wing. Comprised of four teams - the Warrior Medicine Clinic, the Flight and Operational Medicine Clinic, the Base Operational Medicine Cell, and the Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Office - this team works collaboratively to restore and preserve the health and readiness of all active duty personnel assigned to the 23d Medical Group.
Warrior Medical Clinic: We provide comprehensive care services to active duty personnel. Based on the Air Force Medical Home concept, the WMC clinic focuses on the patient being the center of health care and the driver of care rather than a passive recipient. Patient care is coordinated amongst a team of providers, medical technicians, and nurses to ensure you receive safe, evidence-based interventions and treatments.
Flight and Operational Medicine Clinic: Similar to the WMC, this clinic delivers full-scope medical care to the 23d Wing’s flying and operational community. Additionally, the team provides services to patients who require complex annual occupational health exams.
Return to Fly: Members are seen on a walk-in basis, Monday through Friday, and must sign in by 7:30 a.m. (morning RTF) or 1 p.m. (afternoon RTF) to be seen.
Base Operational Medicine Cell: We provide operational and occupational services. Team members conduct medical record reviews and screenings to facilitate the completion of Preventive Health Assessments; retraining and permanent change of station medical clearances; Initial Flying Class physicals; and Separation Health and Physical Examinations.
Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Office: We assist members with medical conditions which may impact service through the Air Force Disability Evaluation System process. Members are seen on a walk-in basis; no appointment is required.
Appointments: Call the appointment line for assistance with scheduling appointments in WMC, FOMC, and BOMC. Scheduled appointments that are cancelled within two hours and those where the member arrives more than 10 minutes past the scheduled time are counted as a no-show. If you are unable to book an appointment through the appointment line, you can request to leave a message with your team nurse.
Online appointments are available. Use TRICARE Online to schedule an appointment. Unless it is a true emergency, all TRICARE Prime beneficiaries enrolled at the 23d MDG are required to contact their primary care manager team during operational hours before seeking medical care from a network provider.
Emergency care is defined as a threat to life, limb, or vision. The 23d Medical Group does not have an emergency room. Reporting to the 23d Medical Group in lieu of calling 911 may result in treatment delays. Emergency Care does not require a referral, but you are strongly advised to inform your PCM within 24 hours of Emergency Room/Emergency Department release at 229-257-2778.
For after hours, weekend and holiday, care advice is available by calling the Nurse Advice line. Call 800-TRICARE (874-2273), select option 1 to speak with a nurse. The nurse can answer urgent care questions, provide advice and help you find a doctor if needed. Active duty personnel must contact their PCM teams if given a quarters recommendation by the Nurse Advice Line. When out of the local area, contact TRICARE East/Humana at 800-444-5445 for care options.
Active Duty Sick Call: Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 8 a.m. Sick call is available to all active duty personnel experiencing acute symptoms lasting less than 72 hours. Personnel are seen on a walk-in basis. In accordance with AFI 41-210, para, 4.14.6., Unit Commanders and Supervisors of Active Duty have the authority to grant quarters up to 24 hours sick status at their discretion if a member’s illness/injury does not require medical treatment facility intervention.
Walk-In Services: The following services are available Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m.; no appointment required. These services are delivered by a nurse or medical technician. Services include
Secure Messaging: Communicate with your health care team through Secure Messaging. If you have not signed up, you must first sign up with your local clinic in person before you will have access due to security reasons. This can be accomplished at the Flying Tiger Clinic front desk. Secure Messaging allows patients to request medication renewals, receive test/lab results, communicate with your healthcare team on "non-urgent" matters and request a copy of your immunizations records. Learn more by visiting the TRICARE Online Patient Portal Secure Messaging home page.
Location: Medical group main building, across from the Flying Tiger Clinic
About us: All recommended childhood immunizations are offered. Tuberculosis skin tests, or TB, are conducted every day except Thursdays due to mandatory 48- to 72-hour follow-up exam. You can obtain a copy of your family member’s immunization record and check your own medical readiness by using MyIMR. (Note: This site is restricted and requires a common access card; users without a common access card will receive a website error message)
Location: Main Clinic
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We are a limited service laboratory performing basic testing within the subspecialties of chemistry, hematology, urinalysis, immunology and serology. Specialized tests, histopathology, and cytology specimens are shipped outside the facility to military and civilian reference laboratories. We provide support to medical group outpatient clinics and eligible beneficiaries. We cannot provide results directly to patients. Results can be obtained through contact with your provider.
The laboratory does not provide results directly to patients. Laboratory results can be obtained through contact with a provider, TRICARE Online, or by requesting copies from the Out-Patient Records department. Results can only be interpreted by a nurse or provider.
Location: Medical group building, east end, across from the Dental Clinic
About us: We are available by appointment or on a walk-in basis to assist in meeting the emotional and psychological needs of Airmen and their families. Services include evaluation and treatment for mental health and substance abuse.We conduct a variety of classes and workshops on topics such as anger management, healthy sleep, stress management and responsible choices with alcohol.
Location: Operational Medicine building across from 23rd Medical Group's west entrance
About us: If you are in danger of losing your eyesight go to a local emergency room. Acute patients may walk-in for red eye, foreign body sensation, sudden onset of pain or sudden onset of decreased vision. We provide comprehensive eye care, as well as glasses and gas mask inserts for active duty only. Diabetic retinopathy screening is available annually on a limited basis. Contact lens prescriptions can only be updated if the member wears contact lenses to their appointment and has the contact prescription information.
Location: Building 900, Medical Clinic, Outpatient Records
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide outpatient medical records to clinics, upon request, for patient appointments. Upon receipt of permanent change of station orders, medical records are packaged and mailed to the member's gaining unit. When a member is retiring or separating, all medical records are sent to the Air Force Personnel Center for retirement of the record. If you are in possession of your original medical record, please bring it to us so that we can process your medical record into our system. Regarding release of information, copies of medical records are provided to members, legal and insurance companies as requested. Routine record requests are typically completed within 30 days. Request form and photo identification are required for all record requests. Children above the age of 18 must be present with valid identification in order to process request. Charges may be applied if you have received previous personal copies of medical records within the same year.
About us: Parents wanting their children checked for strep throat may obtain a throat culture without an appointment. The culture will be done by the technician, not a provider, and they will be contacted regarding results and treatment. Throat cultures are indicated if symptoms including sore or irritated throat,with or without a fever, stomach ache or rash, have been present for less than 72 hours. Please call and leave a message with the team nurse and we will call back with a time to be present to the clinic. For school attendance forms, the state of Georgia requires completion of a Form 3300 for school attendance. Please see above for days walk-in days and hours. For sports physicals, we conduct one weekend of sports physical clinic per year; otherwise these special exams require a scheduled appointment. Sports physical day is announced several weeks prior to the event and are open to all enrolled beneficiaries. for preventive care, your child should be seen as a newborn during the first week of life, at 2 weeks, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, 2 years, and then annually thereafter. For immunizations, your child's immunizations must be up to date for base childcare and school registration. Pediatric patients' ages 6 months to 18 years are considered high risk for influenza. An annual flu shot is highly recommended for all amity members and pregnant women.
Location: Building 207
About us: Services are available for assigned active duty members with a referral from their primary care manager. We reserve the right to see active duty members without a referral on a case-by-case basis. All other beneficiaries will be referred to a local network provider for physical therapy services. Your appointment will be marked a no-show and a letter sent to your First Sergeant if you are ten or more minutes late for your appointment or if you cancel less than two hours before your appointment. Physical Training uniform or equivalent athletic clothing is required for all appointments.
Location: Building 900, main clinic
About us: Public Health services include occupational health, community health, and deployment health. Occupational health programs include hearing conservation, or audiograms, fetal protection, medical employee health, and occupational illness investigations. Community health programs include communicable disease education, epidemiology, entomology, food and public facility sanitation, travel medicine, disease surveillance and investigations. Deployment health programs include pre- and post-deployment processing, deployment related health assessments, and medical intelligence analysis.
Location: 3278 Mitchell Boulevard, Building 900
About us: We perform routine X-ray services on a walk-in basis with an order from a health care provider. Imaging studies include ultrasound, computed tomography and mammography are referred to off-base clinics in the local network.
About us: We help patients get information on processing specialty referrals requested by their referring provider. We help with all steps to get a specialty appointment set within a reasonable time frame. Additionally, we have resources to help you further understand your health care benefits, as well as answer questions regarding billing issues. If you have been referred by your primary care manager to see a specialist, please stop by our office before leaving the clinic. If care cannot be provided on base, we will defer you to our one of our TRICARE Prime network specialty care providers. Come by our office and sit with one our referral managers to get instructions on how to access referral info and schedule an appointment. All routine network referrals have an expiration date, so please set your initial appointment before the referral time period ends. We cannot renew, modify, or delete an unused, unwanted, or expired referral. All expired referrals must be renewed by contacting your primary care manager.
About us: Your appointment will be marked a no-show and a letter sent to your First Sergeant if you are ten or more minutes late for your appointment or if you cancel less than two hours before your appointment. ED should only be used for possible loss of life, limb or eyesight. If you think you might need an urgent care visit please call the appointment line, they will be able to either schedule you a same day appointment in the clinic or they will send a message to the Women's Health Clinic. The provider or nurse will then call you back and the decision will be made at that time whether to refer you to urgent care or for you to come into the clinic. You cannot be seen in urgent care. Walk-in for pregnancy tests any time the clinic is open; you must do this to get a referral to obstetrics or a midwife. Services include annual well woman exams, family planning, dysplasia, emergency contraception, breast cancer screening, pregnancy testing, infertility counseling and other gynecological exams.