Location: 4311 Carswell Avenue, Building 340
About us: ADAPT promotes readiness, health and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. ADAPT is a non-punitive program. Services for active duty include: evaluations; education and prevention briefing; treatment for alcohol and drugs, and gambling; and Support Air Force Responsible Drinking Programs. ADAPT does not treat dependents or retirees.
Location: Building 1300, Second Floor
About us: We provide trusted care and surgical support for 9,200 active duty personnel, 238,000 beneficiaries, two bases, six wings and 52 tenant units. We perform 3,600 cases annually and offer pre-operative services, same day surgery check-in, preparing patient for anesthesia, anesthesia for five operating rooms, labor and delivery, GI, pulmonology, and Cardiac Cath Lab, post anesthesia care, and post-operative follow-up phone calls.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 702-653-2273 (653-CARE)
About us: The hospital has a centralized telephone appointment system. Most hospital appointments are scheduled, cancelled and/or verified by calling 702-653-CARE (2273). This number will activate a voice system, which will direct you to the needed medical section. In some cases, you will need to dial the clinic directly, so please be prepared to write down the phone number given. Active duty and TRICARE Prime patients have priority in scheduling appointments. All other patients may call for a space-available appointment. Acute appointments are available for patients who need to be seen on an urgent, same-day basis but are not considered emergencies. We prefer active-duty members call for an appointment, as the primary care areas do not offer a group "sick call" style appointment. Appointments with most subspecialty clinics require a referral.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Audiology services are available to active duty plus family members of all ages, as well as military treatment facility enrolled retirees and family members. Referral required from primary care manager or clinic equivalent.
Location: Building 1300, Second Floor, inside the Dental Clinic, Suite 1, Rooms 2528 and 2526
Telephone: 702-653-2489 or 702-653-2838
About us: The purpose of our Cancer Program is to provide the highest quality of medical care and follow up for patients with cancer in the Mike O'Callaghan Military Medical Center. We are developing measures to improve the quality and length of life for our patients with cancer. This will be accomplished through multidisciplinary approaches to early diagnosis, pre-treatment evaluation, staging, treatment and surveillance for recurrent and multiple primary cancers.
Location: Building 1300, First Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Cardiopulmonary provides the full range of noninvasive and pulmonary function services. We provide timely and cost effective care utilizing state of the art technology all within an environment conducive to patient comfort. We are a highly skilled cardiopulmonary team for comprehensive patient care. We are committed to continuing education for staff, students and ancillary personnel to ensure continuing quality of care. Cardiopulmonary services include: electrocardiogram, walk-in appointment as long as your provider has put a consult in the system; Pulmonary Function Test; non-invasive cardiology; respiratory therapy, available 24 hours a day/365 days a year; and appointments. Our administrative services provide efficient scheduling, report generation, and timely dissemination of information.
Location: Creech Air Force Base, Reaper Road, Building 1033
Telephone: 702-404-0259, 702-404-0992 or 702-404-0991
About us: We service the needs of active duty Creech members for annual exams, cleanings, and cavity restorations. We have limited appointments available for routine general dentistry. If you have a dental emergency between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., please contact the Nellis Dental Clinic at a href="tel:1-702-653-2600">702-653-2600. If you have a dental emergency outside of these hours please present yourself to the Nellis Emergency Department for treatment.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: The Creech Medical Clinic consists of flight medicine, ambulance service, family health teams, dental clinic, physical therapy and rotating specialties. CMC provides routine medical care to the entire base population. Creech BOMC/Flight Physical (flyers only): appointments can be made via TRICARE Online or phone. Be sure to specify Creech BOMC. Creech Family Health Clinic (non-flyers): appointments can be made via TRICARE Online or phone. Be sure to specify Creech FHC. Creech Behavior Health Optimization Program: appointments can be made via TRICARE Online or phone. Be sure to specify Creech BHOP. Creech Physical Therapy: appointments can be made via TRICARE Online or phone. Be sure to specify Creech PT Clinic. Outside clinic hours, members should report to the Nellis Emergency Department. The flight surgeon on call will be notified of ER visits by flying personnel. Should a flyer be seen in any ER or outside of the military medical facility, it is their responsibility to notify the flight surgeon at the first Sick Call following the visit. Flyers may not fly until cleared by a flight surgeon after receiving treatment in the ER or from a provider outside the hospital.
Location: Building 1300, Third Floor
About us: The CCU is considered a "locked-down" unit with limited access. All visitors check in via an intercom at the entrance. Once cleared for entry, all visitors are asked to report to the nurses' station prior to entering any patient care area. The CCU is located on Level 3 in the center of the building adjacent to the Medical Surgical Unit. There is a service elevator down the hall to the left of the CCU for transporting patients directly from the Emergency Room on Level 1 and also to and from appointments to other departments on the first floor, such as radiology.
About us: General dentistry and selected specialty services are provided for active duty personnel. Periodic dental exams and cleanings are coordinated through unit monitors and schedulers. Routine appointments are made following an examination to determine the type and extent of care required. Any treatment from civilian dentists must be paid for by the member and coordinated with the clinic prior to treatment. Emergency dental care is defined as uncontrolled pain, bleeding, rapid swelling or significant trauma to the oralfacial structures. Patients wishing to be seen during sick call should call the appointment desk at 702-653-2600 to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins are not recommended. After duty hours, a dentist and technician are on call for consultation and dental emergencies. Patients must report to the emergency room during these times for initial triage and management by the medical staff. Family members and retirees receive treatment on a stand-by, space-available basis only. Treatment will be limited to exams, cleanings and other single-procedure visits. Non-active duty members are encouraged to seek care in the private sector. Active duty personnel are encouraged to enroll their families in the TRICARE Active Duty Family Member Dental Plan to ensure routine and emergency treatment needs are provided through civilian sources.
Hours: By referral only
Telephone: 702-653-3051 or 702-653-3053
Location: Building 1300, First Floor, northeast entrance
Hours: 24 / 7 / 365
About us: Emergency services for all ages are available 24 hours a day. An emergency is defined as an acute illness or injury that may pose a threat to life, limb or eyesight; result in unreasonable pain or suffering; or requires immediate care or attention to ensure the best recovery possible. When someone develops signs and symptoms of a stroke, heart attack, or other life threatening emergency then 911 should be called, or the person should report immediately to the nearest emergency facility. If deemed medically appropriate, some patients will be taken to the nearest emergency department, instead of the Mike O'Callaghan Military Medical Center. The emergency department does not give medical advice over the phone, and if a person believes there is an emergency then 911 should be called, or they should report to a nearby emergency department. VA beneficiaries may call the VA 24-hour Nursing Advice line at 877-252-4866 or the Call Center at 702-791-9024 for assistance. Non-beneficiaries will have a medical screening examination performed, and if necessary will be transferred to a civilian facility for further needed care. After evaluation, if patients need continued inpatient care, they may be admitted. If there are specific services or specialist care needed that is unavailable at the MOFMC, then patients may be transferred to an appropriate civilian facility for continued care.
Location: Building 1300
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: Family Advocacy is a therapeutic program is designed to help prevent maltreatment through identification, assessment and treatment of families for domestic violence related issues. Services offered include anger management classes and New Parent Support Program.
About us: We provide medical care to approximately 2,300 flyers and controllers, as well as In-Flight Emergency response to the busiest airfield in the Air Force. We also support medical clearances and profiles for 10,000 base population. Members of the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, EOD, Data Mask, PRP, civilians needing occupational health exams, and international flyers during Red Flag are also provided medical support as part of our day to day mission ops.
About us: We provide full-scope outpatient care services to more than 8,000 beneficiaries including preventative medicine, acute care, minor procedures, acupuncture, osteopathic manipulative therapy and sports medicine to name a few. Our educational mission ensures our multidisciplinary teams of physicians, nurses and technicians provide the most up-to-date evidence-based medical care to our patients with oversight provided by board-certified, experienced family physicians. We are eager to care for you and your family, guiding you towards better health.
Location: Inside the Warrior Fitness Center, 3705 Freedom Circle, Building 1705
About us: The mission of Health Promotion Operations is to promote tobacco free living, nutritional fitness, physical fitness, and healthy weight for the Nellis and Creech community. We offer several programs and services focused on these target areas. Upon referral or individual request, members may be evaluated for the appropriate program best suited for them and their wellness needs.
About us: We offer vaccines to all active duty, retirees and dependents from two months of age and up. This includes vaccines for deployment, work and school. Travel vaccines along with any needed antibiotics, etc. can be received in the Travel Clinic by appointment only. Appointments can be made at the Travel Clinic for these vaccines at 702-653-3451. When you make this appointment, please make it two to three months in advance of travel and take your shot record to your appointment. Some of the vaccines we offer have specific times that you may need to consider: smallpox is given only on Tuesday and Thursday. Be at the clinic no later than 2:20 p.m. TB tests, or PPD tests, are given every day but Thursday; also please insure that you return to the clinic 48 to 72 hours after placement so that we can verify the results.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by referral only.
About us: We provide an ambulatory care setting for initial patient evaluations and ongoing care for enrolled adult patients, 18 years and older, with chronic medical problems not handled by Family Medicine Residency or specialty clinics. Internal Medicine referral patients are seen on a consultation basis with all referrals initially reviewed by Chief of Medicine Services. For those conditions considered beyond the scope of general internal medicine, patients will be referred to a network specialist. In addition, consultation and evaluation of emergent patients are provided at the request of the Emergency Services physician.
About us: The mission of the Anatomic Pathology Laboratory is to examine tissue and materials removed from patients and render diagnosis of these specimens.
About us: The Maternal Child Care Flight staff understands that birth is a personal, life-changing event and is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care and making this a memorable experience for our customers and their families. In the absence of complications the patient controls every aspect of her birth experience. Our nurses, techs, midwives and obstetricians are there to support the patient throughout the labor, delivery and postpartum period. Best of all, your baby remains with you for your entire hospital stay. We currently have six private Labor Delivery Recovery rooms and eight private postpartum rooms. We also have a state of the art infant security system to ensure newborn safety.
About us: We provide active duty personnel with psychological and behavioral therapy to enable the member to return to full duty in the shortest amount of time. Dependents of active duty members are eligible for care through United Health Care. For additional resources and support information go to Military OneSource. This is for active duty members and their families.
Location: Building 1300, lower level
About us: Dining hall breakfast meals are continental style and dinner meals are grab n’ go, i.e. soup, sandwich, salad. Patients wishing to be scheduled for a class or an individual appointment, please call Nutritional Medicine Outpatient Clinic at 702-653-2906.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by referral only.
About us: Our mission is to maximize independent functioning in daily occupations using the whole person concept for our military family. Occupational therapy is appropriate for individuals with the following deficits that are limiting their daily performances in work, home, leisure and social interaction: pain limitations of elbow, hand and wrist function; problems with thinking skills, attention and memory; difficulties with emotional regulation, anxiety and stress management.
Location: Building 1300, First Floor, next door to the Immunizations Clinic
About us: Referrals are required to be seen in Ophthalmology.
About us: For routine eye appointments, everyone needs to call the central appointment line at 702-653-2273. The Optometry Clinic front desk personnel will only schedule follow-up appointments. If you have had an eye examination within the past year and need to have an out-of-state driver's license form, for mail renewals, filled out or gas mask insets ordered, you can do this on a walk-in basis during normal duty hours.
About us: We provide most routine and emergency orthopedic care. We provide services to TRICARE Prime, Plus and Life beneficiaries. We do not take care of spine problems. We will see active duty patients once, then refer them to a network provider. Dependents and retirees will automatically be referred to a network provider. Our staff is comprised of three Board Certified orthopedic surgeons, two Board Eligible orthopedic surgeons and one Orthopedic Physician Assistant. The support staff consists of five active duty orthopedic technicians, five contract technicians, two administrative technicians, two Contract Pre Op nurses.
Location: Building 1300, First Floor, lobby
Hours: Patient Admissions: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Acute appointments are for illnesses that need to be seen within 24 hours of time called. Vomiting or diarrhea causing signs of potential dehydration, respiratory difficulty, severe pain, fever lasting longer than three days, or not responding to Tylenol or Motrin are considered acute. Call the appointment line and request a same day appointment if your child requires an acute appointment. Routine appointments are for illnesses that are present, but not causing serious symptoms. Examples are acne, athletes' foot, allergies, minor rashes, ringworm. Routine appointments are booked by central appointments, or at TRICARE Online. They can be booked seven days in advance. A follow-up is booked when a provider requests to see an acutely ill child for follow-up care or by a parent whose child has a long-term illness such as asthma, allergies, ADHA, diabetes or seizures and is due for evaluation or medication changes. They can be booked up to 28 days in advance. Providers in pediatrics recommend that children between ages of two to 18 have a yearly physical. Physicals can be booked 28 days in advance, so please mark your calendar and call in a timely manner.
About us: The Preventive Health Assessment and the Individual Medical Readiness Center offers required annual preventive medical care to all non-flying active duty and Reserve personnel. Appointments are scheduled through squadron Unit Health Monitors. PIMR Center technicians review medical records, check vital signs and administer the general Preventive Health Assessment. They identify and coordinate required ancillary care such as immunizations and laboratory as well as needed examinations by a physician or occupational specialist.
About us: Our mission is to enable our beneficiaries to attain maximal function in minimal time through exercise, physical treatment, education, and wellness programs. Selected physical therapy procedures are helpful in the management of: pain and spasm of skeletal muscle, whether of spontaneous onset or secondary to disease and/or injury; joint pain and/or limitation resulting from disease, injury, or disuse following prolonged immobilization; and weakness or paralysis of skeletal muscles, residual to disease, injury or disuse.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide most routine and emergency podiatric care. We provide services to TRICARE Prime beneficiaries only. Podiatry does not accept patients over 65 years of age. Our staff is comprised of one Board Certified Podiatrist.
About us: We handle many diverse programs to ensure a healthy and fit Nellis community. Members of this flight perform inspections of Nellis' food establishments, provide screening for communicable diseases; and manage the base occupational health, rabies and tuberculosis screening programs. Public Health readiness ensures deploying members are medically cleared to deploy and provides education to reduce health risks at deployed locations. The Force Health Management section is responsible for determining physical standards for special duty assignments, retraining, TDY, PCS and worldwide service in general. Personnel needing assistance can schedule appointments through the Public Health main line.
About us: We build the most efficient and premier filmless imaging department in the Air Force while providing staff education, training and patient care second to none anywhere...anytime. We provide the best Diagnostic Imaging services possible in support of the Joint AF/VA facility here or abroad.
Location: Building 1300, First Floor, lobby, co-located with the Patient Administration and TRICARE
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 702-653-2273, option 2
About us: Stop by the Referral Management Center front desk once your provider has entered a referral for you and before you depart the medical facility. This will permit the staff of the RMC to ensure the referral is visible to RMC staff and validate the contact information we will use to try to reach you. For an URGENT or ASAP referral, call the RMC within three days. For a routine referral, once 10 days have passed, call the RMC. Audiocare is the automated calling system that is programmed to contact patients to schedule in-house referrals. If the call to you goes to voicemail the automated machine leaves voicemail; to prompt you to call the RMC to schedule the specialty appointment.
About us: The sleep lab sees active duty, active duty family members and retirees only.
About us: TRICARE Service Center Walk-In Service no longer provided as of April 1, 2014. However, as of January 1, 2014 you can conveniently manage you benefits at home or on the go via Web site. TRICARE Service Center number is 877-988-WEST or www.tricare.mil and explore option "I want to..." You can enroll in or purchase a plan, file or check or claim, view referral and prior authorizations, find a doctor, change your primary care manger, see what's covered, compare plans, or manage prescriptions. You can also visit milconnect.dmdc.mil to update your e-mail and mailing address in DEERS and view eligibility, enrollment information, enrollment cards, and important correspondence about your benefits.
About us: We provide diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract and genitourinary system. This is a surgical sub-specialty clinic.
Location: 4146 Mountain Home Street
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
About us: The Nellis U.S. Army Veterinary Treatment Facility offers limited veterinary care for active duty, retirees and their dependents. Services available are vaccinations, prep for overseas travel, Health Certificates and other limited services. This facility does not provide surgical services, boarding or grooming. Pets are seen on appointment-basis only. We have a veterinarian here only two to three days a week. Payments can be made in the forms of cash, check, Visa or MasterCard.
Location: Building 1300, Third floor
About us: The Women’s Health Clinic is staffed with obstetricians and gynecologists, nurse midwives, women's health care nurse practitioners, registered nurses, medical technicians, receptionists and Red Cross volunteers. We stand ready to meet your feminine health needs. Clinic services available include: contraceptive services; mammograms; obstetrical care; and pap smears.