Location: 2501 Capehart Road, Building 4000, Second Floor
About us: The primary objective of the ADAPT program is to promote readiness, health and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, and to minimize the negative consequences of substance abuse to the individual, family and organization. ADAPT provides services primarily to active duty military members. Non-active duty TRICARE beneficiaries are eligible for assessment and treatment following TRICARE guidelines for access to care, depending on the capacity & capability of the clinic to properly manage each case.
Warning signs of problematic substance use:
How to seek services:
Location: Main level, across from Public Health.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 3442
About us: All active duty patients and active duty dependents are eligible for audiology services at the military treatment facility. Retirees and dependents of retirees may be deferred to TRICARE network providers. The Retiree Hearing Aid Purchase Plan is no longer available at the MTF. Services provided: Audiograms, Acoustic Brainstem Response testing, newborn hearing screening, Hearing Aid evaluations for active duty personnel and Hearing Conservation Program. Please call clinic directly for additional information or exclusions.
Location: Main base, Building 527
Hours: Gas mask and industrial respirator fit testing: Tuesday, 12 to 4 p.m., and Thursday, 8 to 12 a.m., by appointment
About Us: Bioenvironmental Engineering provides Offutt Air Force Base with operational health risk assessment expertise to enhance commander decision-making and health service support capabilities. We conduct our mission through four avenues: Occupational Health/Industrial Hygiene, Readiness Plans and Operations, Environmental Health, and Radiation/Nuclear Health and Safety. In Industrial Hygiene, BE anticipates, recognizes and evaluates work-related health risks and recommends controls to mitigate hazards for over 70 industrial work centers to include support for USSTRATCOM and the 557 Weather Wing. In Readiness Plans and Operations, BE provides chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear emergency response services through surveillance, risk assessment, decision support and protective measure recommendations. BE monitors Environmental Health through sampling and/or interpretation of environmental, non-industrial sources such as potable water, asbestos, and indoor air quality. The Radiation/Nuclear Health and Safety Program monitors and provides proper work conditions and hazard mitigation for all radiation producing equipment, radioactive sources, and non-ionizing radiation sources on the installation.
Breast Cancer Screening Information
To facilitate the mammography screening process, Offutt Air Force Base has a self-referral process for women needing a screening exam without any history of breast disease. Females over the age of 50, with no breast concerns and a primary care manager at the 55th Medical Group, can self-refer for annual screening mammograms.
Cervical Cancer Screening Information
To facilitate the cervical cancer screening process, an appointment can be made with a PCM or with the Women’s Health Clinic. To schedule an appointment:
TRICARE covers clinical preventive services for dependents and retirees (no referral or authorization needed for a TRICARE network provider when seeking appointments for clinical preventive services).
Colorectal Cancer Screening Information
Make an appointment with your PCM today to discuss your screening options for colorectal cancer. To schedule an appointment:
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 3412, or 402-294-7355
About us: The Chiropractic Clinic is available for active duty patients only. Chiropractic care is available as a self referral. Patients do not require a referral from their primary care manager to receive care, as long as the symptoms are not the result of accident or known injury. If you have not been seen at our clinic within the past six months, you will be scheduled with a longer appointment for re-evaluation. Conditions treated include:
Location: Second Floor, South Wing, Ehrling Bergquist Clinic
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: For active duty patients, we offer services for all specialties including: general dentistry; orthodontics; endodontics; oral surgery; periodontics; and prosthodontics. Limited services are available to retirees and dependents through our Advanced Education in General Dentistry one year residency program. To see if you are qualified for treatment, please contact the clinic. Any follow-up treatment must be completed off-base.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 3433, or 402-294-3469
About us: The full spectrum of adult and pediatric dermatology services are available for active duty and dependents by primary care manager referral only. Services include but aren’t limited to: skin cancer screening and management; care of atopic dermatitis; psoriasis; acne; rosacea; allergic contact dermatitis; seborrheic dermatitis; cutaneous manifestations of connective tissue disease; vitiligo; warts; fungal and bacterial skin infections; and hidradenitis suppurativa. Narrow-Band UVB therapy, Photodynamic Therapy, allergy patch testing are available for select patients. Some procedures and services provided by the Dermatology Clinic are considered elective, semi-elective, or cosmetic, and are done only on a space-available basis. The need for appointment availability to provide dermatologic care for medically-necessary and medically-indicated treatments and care will take precedence over appointment availability for elective or cosmetic procedures. Accordingly, there is no guarantee that elective or cosmetic services will be available at any given time, or that they will continue to be available in the future even if a patient has had access to them in the past. All of these types of procedures will be booked only by the Dermatology Clinic at the discretion of the dermatologist based on availability of time, resources, type of service being requested, TRICARE policy, and other relevant factors.
About us: We are a referral only surgical clinic that specializes in the diagnosis and surgical correction of Ear, Nose and Throat issues. When your primary care provider cannot successfully treat you with medication and/or therapy they will refer you to the ENT clinic. Patients with possible obstructive sleep apnea need a sleep study before appointment with doctor. ENT doctor will only see adult if sleep study shows need for surgical intervention. Dependents ages 17 & under may be seen without sleep study. Note: Referral is need for initial appointment.
Location: Main Clinic, First Floor, across from the Pharmacy
Telephone: 402-294-6869 or 402-294-9381
What is the Exceptional Family Member Program? The EFMP is a program that works with military and civilian agencies to provide comprehensive and coordinated medical, educational, special housing accommodations, community support, and personnel services to families with special needs.
What is an Exceptional Family Member? They are an authorized family member who requires special medical, educational, and/or mental health services based on a diagnosed physical, intellectual, and/or mental health/behavioral disability.
What are the benefits of enrollment in the program? Enrollment allows assignment managers to consider the documented needs of the Exceptional Family Members. When possible, the active duty service member is assigned to an area where the family member’s needs may be met. This will depend on a valid personnel requirement for the service member’s rank, specialty and eligibility for the tour. Additional services may include information and referrals, advocacy, support groups, respite care, and relocation services. Enrollment does not guarantee special consideration for advanced housing placement, appointments or other benefits that are not routinely available to families.
How does a family member enroll in the program? The active duty service member or spouse calls the EFMP office for information or to schedule an appointment. You may download and complete DD Form 2792 Medical Summary, AF Form 1466, AF Form 1466D and/or DD Form 2792-1 Educational Summary from the Air Force Publishing website. If applicable, bring the child’s IFSP or IEP for completion depending on the enrollment eligibility criteria identified. The enrollment should be updated if there are substantial changes to diagnosis or contact information, and when the service member relocates. EFMP 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: The Offutt Family Advocacy Program objective is to build healthy families and communities through prevention, education and intervention services.
Family Building Programs
New Parent Support Program: This program includes home visits by our Community Health Nurses to provide support and education to new and adoptive parents. Services provided for any period from pregnancy to the child’s third birthday.
For more information, please call: 402-294-7860.
Educational Classes and Counseling
Treatment services: We ensure the safety of the victim, treatment for the abuser and providing resources for the whole family. All active duty members, family, civilian employees and contractors are required to report suspected cases of child abuse/neglect or spouse abuse to Family Advocacy.
Location: Located between the Women's Health Clinic and Immunizations Clinic, in the South Tower of the main clinic
Telephone: 402-232-2273 or 402-232-CARE
Walk-In Services: Please note, there is no "sick call", supervisors of active duty may authorize up to 24 hours sick status at their discretion per AFI 41-210, 4.14.6. Walk-in services are for non-urgent issues that may be addressed by a nurse or medical technician using approved protocols. Walk-in services are not provider or primary care manager appointments. Walk-in hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., for the following services:
Contact the clinic with a secure message with medication renewal requests when you have two weeks remaining of medications. Avoid lines at the pharmacy and have your chronic medications sent through Express Scripts to your home. Family members and retirees may have an associated co-pay when utilizing express scripts.
Nurse Advice Line: The Nurse Advice Line is available 24/7 to answer questions about specific health concerns. They can offer advice for what to do at home, as well as when and how to seek urgent medical attention (800-874-2273).
Disease Management: Our Disease Management Registered Nurses focus on improving the health and well-being of our patients by providing education on diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and asthma management, as well as nutrition, diet and exercise.
Behavioral Health Optimization Program: Your provider or team nurse may refer you to our BHOP for more specific care coordination. We have a provider/specialist on staff for questions, concerns and short-term consultations regarding depression, anxiety, pain disorder, tobacco use, alcohol use, diabetes, obesity, insomnia, and chronic pain. Our Behavioral Healthcare Facilitator Registered Nurse can assist with medication follow-up questions and care coordination with medications for depression, anxiety or PTSD. Additionally, our BHCF provides coaching interventions for patients newly diagnosed with chronic diseases.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext 322
About us: Walk-in pediatric sick visits are offered Monday through Friday 8 to 9 a.m. for children with acute illness or injury. The following walk-in services are for non-urgent issues that may be addressed by a nurse or medical technician using approved protocols. Walk-in services are not provider or primary care manager appointments. Walk-in hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., for the following:
As a patient of the Family Medicine Residency Clinic, you also have access to these specialty services (by referral):
FMR Procedure/Specialty Clinics:
55th Medical Group/University of Nebraska Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program information for prospective residents
The combined 55th Medical Group/University of Nebraska Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program is a three year training program for active duty USAF physicians located at the 55th Medical Group, Offutt Air Force base, Nebraska. There are eight resident training slots in each year of training to make a maximum of twenty-four active duty USAF residents. USAF Family Medicine residents are assigned continuity patients at the 55 MDG, and have responsibility of managing these patients throughout their training. The outpatient experience with continuity patients is the core of Family Medicine resident training. Residents are mentored and supervised by ten Family Medicine Residency faculty and one licensed social worker. We welcome third- and fourth-year medical students to visit us. We are excited to offer you many varied training opportunities, and are eager to show you our unique and diverse Family Medicine Residency program.
Location: Ehrling Bergquist Clinic, Building 4000, Ground level, North Wing
Return-to-fly Clinic: Only for patients needing to “Return-To-Fly-Status” with no other symptoms or complaints. Patients cannot “Return-To-Fly” from UCC, ER or off-base provider visit
Telephone: 402-232-2273 (CARE), ext. 333
Annual PHA/Flight Physical Requirements – Get Started Today!
FAA physicals cannot be completed here. They must be examined by an FAA-designated Aviation Medical Examiner. Please go to https://www.faa.gov/, click on "Licenses & Certificates," then "Medical Certification" for link to local Aviation Medical Examiners in the Omaha/Council Bluffs area.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 3431
About us: The General Surgery Clinic diagnoses and treats patients who require general surgical procedures. Patients are seen with a referral from their primacy care manager, to include Medicare patients not enrolled in TRICARE, on a space-available basis. Surgeries are performed at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Bellevue Medical Center.
Location: 2501 Capehart Road, Bellevue, Nebraska 68123, Building 4209, located on the Main Clinic Campus, behind the clinic
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 402-294-5977, to pre-register for all classes and appointments; services available to all military, retirees, civilians, contractors and family members
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 3441, or 402-294-7310
About us: The Immunization Clinic provides immunizations for all eligible beneficiaries. Routine vaccinations, yellow fever and Tuberculin skin tests are administered during normal duty hours. TB skin tests will not be administered on Thursday or when 48-72 hour reading window falls on a holiday, down day or training day. A schedule for pediatric immunizations is available in the clinic or on the CDC website. Patients who have received vaccines from an off-base provider or clinic are required to bring an official copy of record to the Immunizations clinic before services can be provided. Immunization record requests should be faxed and marked Attn: Immunizations.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 402-294-6580, DSN 271-6580
About us: The Clinical Laboratory provides hematology, clinical chemistry, immunology, urinalysis, and microbiology testing. Tests not accomplished in-house are referred out to other military and civilian facilities for testing. Test requests for patients are entered electronically by the provider, or by the laboratory staff based on written orders signed by a provider. Patients are instructed to report to the laboratory for specimen collection or to set an appointment for collection of those samples requiring patient preparation. The laboratory does not provide results directly to patients over the phone; please contact the ordering provider for results. The clinical laboratory also supports the fight against cancer as a C.W. Bill Young/Department of Defense National Marrow Donor Registration Site.
Location: Ehrling Bergquist Clinic, Ground Floor
Telephone: 402-232-2273, option 3333
Step 1: Members will initiate the Medical Clearance Review by logging onto the My Individual Medical Readiness site at: https://imr.afms.mil/imr/MyIMR.aspx. Air Force Members will request a Medical Clearance Review for the following actions:
STEP 2a: Overseas PCS: Members will be directed to send their Medical Clearance Memorandums and Personnel Processing Codes, located on their RIP to: firstname.lastname@example.org. PCS clearances are processed no earlier than 120 days from RNLTD. Members should ensure all of their IMR (PHA, immunizations, and HIV tests) are current and will remain current 60 days past their report no later than date. Once the member has initiated the process through the MyIMR site and emailed the Medical Standards box with appropriate paperwork, a comprehensive record review will be done to ensure member is medically qualified for the OCONUS PCS. MSME staff will contact member via email with instructions to schedule and complete specific medical tasks (i.e., face to face with primary care manager, PACAF/SG Waiver).
STEP 2b: All other actions listed above (retraining, special duty, etc.): Members will be directed to send their CC/FM approval letter, AFPC email, AMS listing and/or any verbiage required on the AF Form 422 to: email@example.com. Sister Service Commissioning Physicals (all other branches of military) need an appointment with their PCM for all paperwork completion.
NAVY SEA/OPERATIONAL DUTY SUITABILITY SCREENING: Navy personnel must first email a copy of their sea duty orders, Page 13 Memo, NAVMED 1300/1, DD 2807-1, to: firstname.lastname@example.org. PCM appointment will be scheduled after being cleared by MSME.
NAVY SHORE DUTY SUITABILITY SCREENING does not require an appointment. Navy personnel should email their Page 13 Memorandum to: email@example.com. After a medical record review, you will receive an email back with instructions and/or information about any necessary actions you need to take. Failure to include all of the above information delays completion of your paperwork. All emails will receive a response within 3 business days. Emailing your request provides a tracking mechanism for the member and for the Medical Standards office.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, option 13, or 402-294-7411
About us: For any crisis or emergency, call 911, report to the nearest emergency room, or contact the toll-free, confidential 24-hour hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text 838255. The Mental Health Clinic offers a wide variety of behavioral health services to support individuals, families, and the military mission. Active duty personnel have priority for services.
Dependents and retirees are eligible for assessment and treatment following TRICARE guidelines for access to care, depending on the capacity and capability of the clinic to properly manage each case. Non-active duty TRICARE Prime beneficiaries may be seen by a network psychiatrist or psychologist without referral/prior authorization. TRICARE covers medically and psychologically necessary mental health and substance use disorder care.
Location: First Floor, in the multi-surgical clinic with Ear, Nose and Throat and Audiology
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 3444
About us: Ophthalmology is a referral only clinic and does not perform routine eye exams or aircrew physical examinations. The Ophthalmology Clinic provides medical treatment for diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, cataracts evaluations (but if surgery is indicated patient will be referred to the network), eyelid and orbit problems, dry eyes, strabismus and other ophthalmic disorders. Any person over 12 years of age, with a surgical referral, can be referred by their primary care manager for further evaluation. Parents are asked to report to the clinic only with the child who is the patient. Children may not accompany the parent during testing when the parent is the patient.
About us: Active duty personnel have priority for appointments. Retirees and family members may be seen on a space available basis. Patients with acute eye conditions or injuries should see their primary care manager first. TRICARE covers routine eye exams as follows:
Active duty personnel are eligible for glasses and gas mask inserts ordered through our military ophthalmic laboratories. Retired personnel are eligible for glasses only. Retirees may order military spectacles with a current prescription from a civilian provider. Dependents in any category are not eligible for military procured eyewear. Walk-ins are available Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m. for the following:
Refractive surgery is an elective procedure available for active duty personnel only. Interested active duty patients must be 21 years of age or older, with a routine exam in the past six months. If you have not been identified by our optometrists as a candidate for refractive surgery, please schedule a routine eye exam.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 3411
About us: We are a comprehensive musculoskeletal care clinic that provides both surgical and nonsurgical treatment for various injuries and conditions affecting the bones, joints and muscles. Conditions include sports injuries, fractures, arthritis, conditions affecting the hand, and conditions affecting the foot and ankle. We are staffed by two orthopaedic surgeons, one podiatrist, and one orthopaedic PA. All orthopaedic surgery procedures are performed at Creighton University Medical Center by our surgeons. Podiatric procedures are performed at Bellevue Medical Center by our podiatrist.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 331
About us: Patients with the following conditions may walk-in for a nurse/tech visit, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.:
Acute walk-in clinic: Patients two months and older enrolled to Pediatrics with acute conditions (new or worsening symptoms within 24-72 hours) may walk-in during acute walk-in hours, Monday through Friday, 8 to 9 a.m. We recommend booking necessary wellness checkups ahead of time, for infants, kindergarten/7th grade/new to state mandatory screenings, and annual sports physicals. Schedules are typically open up to 180 days in advance. Well Child visits are required at the following ages:
Our Disease Management team focuses on improving the health of those with chronic conditions including attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, asthma and more.
We work hand in hand with the Exceptional Family Member Program. This is designed to assist active duty personnel during assignments/reassignments sponsoring Exceptional Family Members with special physical, emotional, developmental, or intellectual needs. Please call the EFMP office at 402-232-2273, ext. 433, for questions about EFMP. Please let us know how we are doing in our clinic. Our motto is, “We Care about the Little Things”.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 3413
About us: Appointments available by referral only. We provide:
Types and ages of patients served include active duty personnel (priority), dependents (ages 16 and olders), and retirees on a space available basis.
Equipment issues with prescription include:
Location: Ehrling Bergquist Clinic, Ground Floor, next to Flight and Operational Medicine
Telephone: 402-232-2273, option 3334, or 402-294-9314
Medical and Dental Appointment Booking
Medical appointments can be booked by calling 402-232-CARE (2273) or by using the TRICARE Online Patient Portal. Dental Clinic appointments can be booked by calling 402-232-CARE (2273), Option 35. If you experience dental pain, tooth problems or have oral surgery post-operative concerns after duty hours, call 402-232-CARE (2273), option 2. Ensure you identify yourself as PRP/AUoF to the on-call dentist.
Medical and Dental Appointment Reporting Protocol
PRAP patients must check-in with the PRAP Clinic prior to all medical appointments and ancillary service visits within the 55 MDG. During the check-in process, you will be given a PRP/AUoF badge in exchange for your driver’s license; so, please bring your license with you. Upon completion of your appointment or ancillary service visit, you must check-out with the PRAP Clinic to ensure all encounters are reviewed by the Competent Medical Authorities and notifications, if required, are made prior to your departure. Your driver’s license will be returned to you at that time. PRAP patients do not need to check in or out with the PRAP Clinic for Dental Clinic appointments as the Dental Clinic has its own PRAP Monitors and CMAs.
PRAP members may walk-in for the following services only:
All other concerns must be addressed via appointment.
All initial prescriptions received from either the military treatment facility or off-base providers must be reviewed by a PRAP Clinic and/or Flight Medicine Clinic CMA. A stamp indicating PRAP Clinic review will be placed on all prescription pick-up forms. Once this is completed, the form may be taken to the Main Pharmacy to be filled/refilled.
Emergency Room and Urgent Care Clinic Visits
PRAP members must notify their Unit PRAP Monitor prior to reporting to an ER or UCC for treatment. PRAP members must receive an authorization number prior to reporting to a UCC for care. Authorization numbers can be acquired by calling the Nurse Advice Line at 1-800-874-2273 after duty hours.
PRAP members are also required to schedule a follow-up appointment with their PCM after all ER and/or UCC visits. You must bring any prescribed medications to your follow-up appointment.
Prior to reporting for an off-base appointment, PRAP personnel must obtain a Memorandum for Off-Base Healthcare Provider from their Unit PRAP Monitor. The off-base provider needs to complete the memorandum prior to your departure. The completed memorandum must be turned into the PRP Clinic by COB the next duty day for CMA review and MTF PRAP Monitor notification to Unit PRAP Monitor.
Medical Profiles and Waivers
PRAP members seeking medical profiles or fitness waivers require a medical evaluation. An appointment can be scheduled by calling 402-232-CARE (2273) or by using TRICARE Online Patient Portal. Medical profile extensions may require re-evaluation. Requests for extensions can be made by utilizing MiCare or generating a telephone consult by calling 402-232-CARE (2273). The provider will review your medical history and you will be notified if the profile is extended or if an appointment is required. Navy PRP members seeking PRT waivers, need to bring their completed Physical Activity Risk Factor Questionnaire NAVPERS 6110/3P (Revised 02-2016) to their appointment.
Prescription Renewals and Diagnostic Test Results
PRAP members seeking prescription renewals, laboratory study and/or radiology/MRI results can send a message to the clinic using TRICARE Online Patient Portal or generate a telephone consult by calling 402-232-CARE (2273).
Location: Ehrling Bergquist Clinic, First Floor
Deployment Health Clinic
We process all military deployers and civilian travel medicine health needs. We assist Guard and civilian deployers, but please contact us prior to stopping in. If a member is tasked to deploy please contact your UDM to receive reporting instructions. We also offer overseas travel recommendations to all active duty and dependent personnel who are traveling out of the country. This includes any necessary medications and immunizations. Please inquire at least two weeks prior to overseas travel.
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 25, or 402-294-7405
About us: Services include: mammography; ultrasound; computed tomography; fluoroscopy; routine X-ray; bone density (Dexa); and MRI services. Health and safety concerns warrant that children (regardless of age) not be allowed to accompany patients to their exams. Children under the age of 10 may not be left alone within the clinic without adult supervision. If daycare arrangements cannot be arranged prior to a patient's appointment, please call the radiology front desk to reschedule your exam or contact your provider for assistance.
Female patients should check with their primary care manager to ensure they are current on mammogram screenings. To facilitate the mammography screening process, Offutt has a self-referral process for women needing a screening exam without any history of breast disease. Females over the age of 50, with no breast concerns and a primary care manager at the 55th Medical Group, can self-refer for annual screening mammograms. To self-refer:
All patients with an off-base PCM require a prescription. Females and males any age with a breast concern should first see their PCM for an evaluation.
Telephone: 402-294-3523 or 402-294-9110
About us: All service members retiring or separating must undergo a Separation History and Physical Examination, to include Reserve and National Guard members who have served in active duty status a minimum of 180 days or 30 days in a contingency operation. The purpose of the exam is to identify medical conditions requiring attention, to document current medical status, and potentially assist with the evaluation of VA disability claims. The exam includes a head to toe physical with a provider, a hearing test for all service members and will include other testing based on identified hazards and medical history.
About us: Seeking care from a civilian provider without prior authorization can result in significant out of pocket costs to you. Please ensure that you have the proper authorization before seeking any off-base provider for non-emergent care. All active duty personnel must have prior authorization for all urgent and non-emergent civilian services.
Why do I need to go to Referral Management?
The Referral Management Center will:
If services are not available in the MTF, we will explain the authorization process through Health Net Federal Services.
What if my referral needs to be reviewed by the MTF specialist first?
Your referral will be sent to the MTF specialist to determine if we have the capabilities to meet your needs, and if we can book your appointment within access to care standards.
What if my referral is deferred off base?
Be sure you are registered at TRICARE West. Set your preferences to receive email and/or text alerts. Once registered:
If you do not register online, then you may still check the status of a pending off-base referral by calling HNFS at 1-844-866-9378.
What do I do once I obtain my authorization letter?
How do I request that my medical history be sent to my off-base specialist?
How can my off-base specialist send my results to my PCM?
Ask your specialist to fax the results of your visit to 402-232-6406 to be added to your electronic military health record for your PCM to review.
For Information & Assistance:
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., or by calling to coordinate records requests and pet medication orders
Telephone: 402-232-2273, ext. 342
About us: The Women's Health Clinic provides quality nursing care to eligible women (adolescent to geriatric) throughout the childbearing and menopausal cycle. We strive to teach our patients and their families positive health practices through an understanding of available community and facility resources. We provide preventive health care and the maintenance of a healthy life style in an organized, safe, and caring environment. Care includes, but is not limited to:
Women with a positive home pregnancy test or more than five days late for their cycle can walk-in to their primary care manager clinic to request a pregnancy test – no referral is needed from the clinic. Results will be received by PCM team, and patients will receive a call with results from their nurse. Active duty patients must notify public health within 24 hours of positive result. At the time of notification your team nurse will schedule you for the OB Orientation class and order prenatal vitamins.
Obstetrics: OB Orientation – Group orientation held every other Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the FMR classroom on the Ground Floor the Clinic. You must schedule this class through the appointment line or Women’s Health Clinic. This class is to inform you of the OB care and services provided by the 55th Medical Group and our community partners.