Location: Building 1380, Second Floor, left out of elevators
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine and preventive medicine services. For any questions on medical clearances, profiles, initial flying class physicals, and fly preventive health assessments, please contact Medical Standards.
Location: Building 1380, First Floor
About us: A Behavioral Health Optimization Program provider is a mental health provider who is integrated into your primary care team. We provide consultation and brief intervention, not traditional psychotherapy. Our staff will document the assessment and recommendations in patient’s medical record and will not keep a separate mental health record. We also assist patients with the referral process if additional mental health is needed. We encourage and schedule follow-up appointments with your primary care manager for further assessment and intervention. We assist patients with developing and sustaining healthier lifestyle choices. We manage and track patients who have been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder or other mental health illnesses for which a primary care manager has prescribed antidepressant medication or anxiolytic medication. During assessments, we educate about medication, treatment expectations, potential side effects and possible remedies.
Location: Building 1366, behind the main clinic between the Veterinary Clinic and Mental Health buildings
About us: Individuals requiring a fit test for industrial respirators will also use the gas mask walk-in hours. Special appointment requests for an alternate day and time will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Location: Building 1380, First Floor, Room 1108
About us: The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program (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. To learn more about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
About us: Please arrive 15 minutes early to your appointment to fill out paperwork. To help decrease our no-show rate, if you are unable to make your scheduled appointment, please call the appointment line as soon as possible to have it canceled or rescheduled.
About us: We offer vaccine services for active duty, retirees and family members to include deployment and travel vaccines. Walk-in services are provided during normal business hours for routine vaccines. Please see Public Health prior to immunizations for required vaccinations regarding foreign travel. Smallpox appointments are available. This appointment may last an hour or two, to include a 45-minute briefing, therefore please plan accordingly. The allergy clinic is referral only, placed by in house provider. The purpose is to skin test patients for a variety of allergens including trees, cats, dogs, weeds, grasses, dust and molds. Based on these results a patient may be placed on allergy shots. Desensitization via allergy shots requires monthly shots for three to five years. Once referred you will be called to schedule the appointment on Thursday, 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Based on your appointment the technician will inform you what items to bring.
About us: We provide screening and diagnostic testing in clinical chemistry, hematology, coagulation, microbiology, urinalysis, and serology, in support of our beneficiaries and their providers. Tests not performed on-site are shipped to external military and/or civilian reference laboratories. All tests must be ordered by an authorized or privileged health care provider. If your provider tells you to report to the laboratory for fasting blood work, please refrain from eating or drinking anything other than water for at least 12 hours before the blood collection. A laboratory technician should always ask you for your full name and date of birth before collecting any specimen from you. In most cases, a parent or legal guardian must give verbal consent for specimen collections on patients who are less than 18 years old. The laboratory does not release test results directly to patients. Please contact the Medical Records section, your health care provider or use TRICARE Online to obtain your results. Result turn-around time varies depending on the test ordered; most tests performed in house are completed the same day and most tests sent to reference laboratories are completed within seven to 10 business days.
Location: Building 1370, east of the parking lot behind the main clinic, next to the bioenvironmental engineering building
About us: Active duty personnel can walk in to schedule an appointment, including same-day availability. The clinic can provide appropriate appointments with a psychologist, social worker and psychiatrist. Automated neurological assessment measurements can be completed here. We offer counseling services for a wide range of topics including and not limited to substance abuse, stress, depression, anxiety and sleeping difficulties. We’re available to come out to all of Patrick Air Force Base to include, commander’s calls, unit meetings, spouses groups, lunch and learns, and other Patrick events.
Location: Building 1380, Second Floor
About us: We treat retirees and dependents based on our clinic manning. Please call to determine current status. We offer routine exams, acute exams for eye infections or eye injuries, pre- and post- ops for refractive surgery, initial flying physicals, diabetic eye exams, glaucoma exams, plaquenil exams, ordering glasses for active duty and retirees, ordering gas mask inserts and ballistic protective inserts, contact lens prescription updates at the doctor's discretion if all pre-requirements are met. No initial contact lens fits are performed at this clinic. For your appointment, please bring identification, glasses, contact lenses, and contact boxes and a copy of your most current contact lens script. Please anticipate that you may have your eyes dilated at the doctor's discretion. Side effects of dilation include: blurry near vision and sensitivity to bright lights lasting approximately four to six hours. Typically distance vision is not affected, and patients can drive home following the appointment. However if you are uncomfortable driving it is a good idea to either bring a driver or have one on-call to pick you up if needed.
About us: We provide outpatient medical records to clinics, and 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. If a member is retiring or separating, medical records are mailed to Service Treatment Records Retirement. This process allows for future Veteran Affairs claims after retirement or separation. Routine record requests are usually completed in approximately 30 days. Retiring and separating active duty members need to request copies 180 to 30 days prior to separation to ensure adequate time to accomplish copies. Patients must provide an identification card and sign a Department of Defense Form 2870, Authorization of Release of Medical Record, in order for records or results to be copied or faxed, per Privacy Act and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act guidance.
Location: First Floor, in the northeast corner of the clinic
About us: We provide your child with a compassionate health care team that specializes in his/her healthcare needs. We are qualified to provide a wide range of services for children from birth through age seventeen. When your child has a sudden illness or injury please call the Appointment Line at 321-494-8241 to request an acute appointment. For after-hours acute needs urgent care referrals are no longer needed for dependents enrolled under TRICARE Prime. The Child Development Center and Florida schools require physicals for all children/students entering Kindergarten, 1st and 6th grade, as well as new students. Your child may also require a School Sports Form. School Physical paperwork can be completed using the information from your child’s recent physical exam within the past year; if you would like for paperwork to be completed without an appointment please fill out the parent sections on the appropriate forms below and bring to the Specialty Flight front desk for processing. Please allow 72 hours for forms to be completed.
About us: This clinic is for active duty personnel by referral from a medical provider, unless for an acute injury. An acute injury is defined by a musculoskeletal injury such as a sprain or strain, which has occurred within the past 14 days. Call the appointment line for screening. Patients are to wear gym attire to appointments to allow movement and access to the areas being treated. Please arrive five minutes prior to your appointment time to accomplish paperwork and to change clothes. If the same rehabilitation services are available at a non-military provider, active duty personnel must still be seen in this clinic.
About us: We provide routine X-rays and ultrasounds (non-OB) in support of our beneficiaries and providers. Radiology is closed on weekends, holidays and down days. All exams must be ordered by a privileged health care provider. Technologists should always ask for your full name and date of birth before performing any procedures on you. Are you picking up X-rays on another person's behalf? A release of information must be completed and filed for authorization. We do not print hard copy films. All X-rays are placed on digital media. If X-rays were taken at any other facility, we will not have these images. Children are not allowed in the X-ray rooms, unless the X-ray is specifically for them.
Location: Building 1380, Second Floor
About us: We provide assistance with the Third Party Collections program. Under the Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1986, all military medical treatment facilities are mandated to bill health insurance carriers for the cost of medical care provided to active duty personnel, retirees and family members who are covered by other health insurance. As a patient of the 45th Medical Group, you will be asked if you have other health insurance at every point of service within the facility when you are receiving care. If you are covered by other health insurance or if you have a Medicare supplement, it is required that we collect your insurance information. For further assistance or general questions regarding the TPC program, please contact the Resource Management Office.
Location: Behind Building 1380, 1385 New Mace Road
About us: We provide care and services for pets of all active duty, reserve and retired military personnel. We provide routine annual vaccinations, testing for heartworm, fecal, feline leukemia, and health certificates. Sick call examinations are seen for skin, eye and ear issues. We offer limited surgical and dental services. The clinic carries a variety of products from flea and tick control to heartworm prevention. You must register in person and pets must be current on rabies vaccine.