The 375th Medical Group (MDG) supports the 375th Air Mobility Wing and 31 tenant units execution of the global reach mission by providing, expanding, and deploying medical capability for contingency taskings. The 375 MDG trains 42 healthcare professionals annually through four specialty training programs and sustains the readiness skills for more than 379 active duty and Air Reserve Component personnel. Additionally, the 375 MDG provides health services for more than 23,000 beneficiaries including 1,000 aeromedical patients. The Group is accredited by The Joint Commission, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, American Dental Association, and College of American Pathologists and has affiliations with the American Hospital Association, and American Medical Association.
The group is comprised of four squadrons:
The 375th Aerospace Medicine Squadron (AMDS) delivers comprehensive aerospace and operational medical services to 1,600 aviators and supports a population-based preventive medicine program to 23, 000 beneficiaries through public health, optometry services and health promotions. A staff of approximately 75 healthcare professionals organized into 5 flights ensures compliance with occupational and environmental health standards while supporting 3 flying wings and 31 tenant units for rapid global mobility missions.
The 375th Dental Squadron (DS) provides a full range of dental services for active duty military members including general dentistry, endodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics. The squadron also supports an Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency Program. Families of active duty military are highly encouraged to enroll in the TRICARE Dental Program to obtain dental care from civilian dentists, as space-available dependent care is extremely limited. Likewise, dental care for retired military and their family members is very limited and only available on a space available basis.
The 375th Medical Operations Squadron (MDOS) provides comprehensive primary care and limited referral and space-available subspecialty care to TRICARE-enrolled patients at the medical group. The squadron also has responsibility for the Family Medicine Training Program, which is a joint civilian-military residency program sponsored by the Saint Louis University School of Medicine Family Practice Program. The squadron is comprised of six flights: Scott Family Health Clinic, Belleville Family Medicine Clinic, Medical Specialties Services, Mental Health, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Pediatrics. They have a combined strength of nearly 228 assigned personnel. Available services include: Acupuncture, Allergy, Chiropractic, Dermatology, Family Advocacy, Family Medicine, Immunization, Internal Medicine, Mental Health, Physical Therapy, Primary Care and Substance Abuse Counseling. Combined, these clinics average more than 12,000 patient visits per month totaling approximately 144,000 visits per year.
The 375th Medical Support Squadron (MDSS) consists of 10 flights providing Personnel and Administration, Resource Management, Education and Training, TRICARE Operations and Patient Administration, Medical Readiness, Information Management, Pharmacy, Diagnostic Imaging, Laboratory, Nutritional Medicine and Logistics which includes Regional Medical Equipment Repair, Patient Movement Items and Facility Management. The 375 MDSS supports healthcare delivery by managing a group budget of $32 million as of October 2015 and manpower programs for more than 550 staff members. The managed care program supports an enrolled population of 23,000 amounting to approximately 170,000 annual patient visits. Additionally, the squadron provides ancillary services with a $13 million pharmacy budget, diagnostic imaging with an average of 120 patients daily and laboratory services with an average of 150 patients daily.