Location: 90 Hope Drive, Building 6000, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho 83648-1000
*Hours may vary by clinic. Please refer to your specific clinic for hours of operation.
The 366th Medical Clinic is a Military Health System clinic providing medical services to support the combat capability of the 366th Fighter Wing at deployed locations and the Mountain Home Air Force Base community. The clinic is accredited by The Joint Commission and College of American Pathologists, and has affiliations with the Emergency Care Research Institute. We provide health care through more than 95,000 patient encounters annually, with a medical team comprised of 287 active duty service members, civilians and contract personnel. Service to the base community is through the collaborative effort of two squadrons.
Clinics provide dental, family health, flight medicine, pediatrics, immunization, and optometry with specialty care services in the following: women’s health; psychiatry; radiology; pharmacy; clinical laboratory; and physical therapy. Specialty services beyond the capability of the 366th MTF are referred to network facilities in the surrounding area.
366th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron
The OMRS includes the Aerospace and Operational Medicine Flight consisting of Flight & Operational Medicine and Base Operational Medicine Clinics, optometry, mental health, active duty, and dental clinics. The Bioenvironmental Engineering and Public Health Flights provide communicable disease prevention, force health, environment protection, and industrial hygiene for the base population. The Health Promotions Flight provides nutritional guidance, health education, and fitness advice to all beneficiaries. The Aerospace Physiology Flight provides physiological and performance enhancement training to active duty personnel. The Base Operational Support Team is the newest to the OMRS team and work to ensure the Wing maintains a mission ready force.
366th Health Care Operations Squadron
The HCOS provides a wide-range of administrative, logistical and ancillary services supporting the MTF’s health care team and 19,000 eligible beneficiaries. HCOS Flights include personnel and administration, resource management, TRICARE Operations and Patient Administration, information services, laboratory, diagnostics therapeutics and diagnostic imaging, medical logistics, education and training, and medical management to include case, disease, and utilization management registered nurses. The 366th HCOS supports health care delivery by managing the facility’s annual $14 million budget, as well as manpower programs for 287 staff members. Our managed care program supports an enrolled population of 9,000 beneficiaries, as well as 350 Singaporean Squadron members and their families. Annually, the squadron also provides health care support with 124,000 pharmacy scripts, 110,000 comprehensive laboratory tests, and over 15,700 Radiology services to include mammography, ultrasound, and computed tomography.