Location: Building 700, Mental Health, G1018
About us: ADAPT is an outpatient program that provides services to active duty, guard and reserve members on active orders. ADAPT offers assessments, intervention education, prevention, outreach, and rehabilitative services. ADAPT services include: substance abuse evaluation and outpatient treatment for active duty, referrals for medical detoxification and rehabilitation at local civilian hospitals, and individualized education via alcohol brief counseling sessions for non-diagnosed clients.
Location: 655 7th Street, Building 207, Room B-116
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., including for gas mask and respirator fit testing
About us: We serve on the front line of protecting Airmen, employees, and their families by blending full spectrum, occupational health risk surveillance with preventative medicine support. We provide Team Robins with the operational health expertise required to enhance commander decision making, optimize human performance and support medical services in maintaining readiness capabilities of the warfighter. We monitor and advise 80 workplaces on proper respiratory protection. Gas mask and respirator fit testing is also conducted for personnel deploying and industrial workers enrolled in the respiratory protection program. We work with Civil Engineering to ensure the installation's drinking water is safe and meets all regulatory compliance standards. As the office of the Installation Radiation Safety Officer, we guide the radiation safety program for multiple organizations. We also support the emergency response force, providing valuable health risk assessments to commanders during HAZMAT and CBRN operations.
Location: Building 700, Second Floor
Telephone: 478-327-8059, 478-327-8056 or 478-327-8058
About us: Robins Dental Clinic is an active duty only clinic that treats a variety of dental needs. Our services include annual exams, fillings, crown and bridge, root canals and oral surgery. We have a full service laboratory to fabricate appliances. Unit health monitors or unit deployment managers are required to schedule, cancel and change readiness exam appointments.
About us: The Family advocacy program is designed to identify, report, assess, and treat family maltreatment by providing clinical intervention for family members as well as provide victims with 24 hour access to services. Services provided include: Family maltreatment evaluation and intervention, 24-hour domestic abuse victim Advocacy, and outreach and prevention classes such as anger management, parenting classes and couples enrichment. Other programs within Family Advocacy include: New parent support program and outreach and prevention services.
Location: Building 700, Desk 2
Telephone: Central appointment line: 478-327-7850
About Us: We are an outpatient clinic that offers routine and acute care needs for active duty and TRICARE beneficiaries. Our walk in clinic includes: pregnancy tests, urinary tract infection evaluation, sore throat clinic, and blood pressure checks directed by the primary care manager team. The clinic does not provide acute and urgent care walk in times.
Location: 655 7th Street, Building 700, Desk 5,
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine, and preventive medicine to include: incentive flight physicals, fly and non-fly preventative health assessments, medical clearance reviews, initial flying class physicals, and separation physicals. We also have a dedicated flight surgeon and aerospace medicine technician to provide care for acute issues outside of our normal operating hours.
Location: Building 700, Desk 3
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We are an outpatient clinic that offers walk-in Immunizations services for active duty and TRICARE beneficiaries. A military identification card is required for all services. Any active duty or beneficiary traveling abroad for recreational purposes needs to check-in with Public Health to have a travel briefing before coming to Immunizations.
Specific Vaccination Information:
Vaccines that require a prescription if you’re younger than the age posted next to the vaccine:
Tuberculosis, or TB, tests: These tests are not given on Thursdays, nor prior to 3- and 4-day weekends. TB tests must be read 48 to 72 hours after placement.
Location: Building 700, G1018
About us: The Mental Health flight is an outpatient clinic and services are offered to active duty, guard, and reserve members on active orders. We can assist non-eligible members in finding appropriate mental health services on base and within the community. Services we offer to beneficiaries include individual, group, and psychoeducational treatment for stress, anxiety, depression, adjustment difficulties and other psychological concerns. Military evaluations for special clearances or duty are arranged as required by Air Force instruction or policy.
Location: Building 207
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Telephone: 478-926-9933 or 478-327-7590
About us: We serve all federal civilian employees. Services include evaluating and treating work-related injuries and illnesses, perform pre-placement physical examinations, fitness-for-duty examinations, or FFDEs, pre-deployment physical examinations and occupationally related medical surveillance examinations. We also provide return to work clearance for non-job related injuries and illnesses.
Location: Building 700A, Second Floor
About us: We offer routine eye care to active duty personnel. Services include full eye exams for glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetes or other eye diseases and disorder. Acute care is available for TRICARE Prime enrollees.
Location: Building 700, Desk 1
About us: We are an outpatient clinic that provides scheduled acute, chronic and preventive medical care for patients ages newborn to 17. Walk-in hours are Monday through Friday from 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. We do not accommodate walk-ins for acute illnesses. Walk-in services will have variable wait times as these are dependent on staff availability and completed between scheduled patients.
About us: We are an outpatient clinic that provides physical therapy services for active duty military members. Patients can be evaluated with or without a referral for neuromuscular and musculoskeletal injuries and conditions that fall within our scope of care. We do not provide neurological, cardiac rehabilitation. Walk-in hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Location: Building 700, across from the lab
About us: We provide general X-ray and ultrasound services including exams such as chest X-rays and abdominal ultrasounds to all eligible beneficiaries. X-rays are on a walk-in basis and all ultrasounds appointments are scheduled. A referral from your primary care manager or off-base providers is required.