Location: 420 Polifka Drive, Building 1042, Third Floor, in Mental Health
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: ADAPT offers treatment and preventative treatment aimed at reducing misuse of alcohol or other drugs by increasing awareness and understanding of consequences, as well as developing a plan for positive change. This service is for active duty individuals referred, either by self, commander, or their primary care manager.
Location: 420 Polifka Drive, Building 1042, First Floor
About us: Check in at any of the Primary Care front desks. This service provides mental health services for active duty, retirees and dependents and helps treat a variety of problems to include depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, stress, anxiety, coping skills, tobacco cessation and more.
Location: 420 Polifka Drive, Building 1042
About us: Check in at TOPA waiting area. Patients can speak with a health benefits advisor for the 20th Med Group. If you have questions or concerns regarding a new bill you have received or a new claim you wish to pursue, then please call TRICARE Claims Division at 1-800-403-3950. If you have an existing claim that the health benefits advisor is working for you, please call 803-895-6230.
Location: 420 Polifka Drive, Building 1042, Ground Floor
Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., for gas mask and respiratory protection fit tests
About us: Services include gas mask and respiratory protection fit tests, but requires public health office visit prior to testing. Other services include indoor air quality surveys, drinking water surveillance, and occupational health risk assessments.
Location: 449 Meadowlark, Building 1046
About us: We offer a wide range of preventative and restorative dental services for active duty personnel.
Telephone: 803-895-6201 or 803-316-2673
About us: Our mission is to build healthy military families through programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and partner abuse. We offer new parent support services, Dads 101, common sense parenting, anger management, and couples communication classes in an effort to prevent family maltreatment. In situations where family maltreatment is suspected, military members should report their concerns to us or in an emergency call 911. We work with on-base and off-base law enforcement agencies, Department of Social Services, Office of Special Investigation, Judge Advocate General, and other pertinent agencies to best protect our military members and their families from escalating violence, and in ways to minimize the impact on incidents that have already occurred.
About us: Flight Medicine houses the Medical Standards Management Element, which offers special duty profiles, overseas medical clearances, officer training school profiles, re-training and special duty profiles and clearances. Flight medicine provides Primary Care to flyers and completes initial and annual flight physicals, as well as occupational health physicals.
Location: 428 Shaw Drive, Building 806
Classes and Education: Wellness 101, Meal Planning, Stress Management, Prenatal Nutrition, Healthy Cooking Classes, Plant Based Nutrition and Tobacco Cessation.
Program and Services: Provider referrals, self-referrals, tobacco cessation, body composition analysis via the Bod Pod, relaxation room and massage chair, supplement safety education, sports nutrition, and monthly wellness programs that encourage physical activity, healthy nutrition and building habits for a healthy lifestyle.
Community Outreach: The Health Promotions team is available to come out to all of Team Shaw to include, CC Calls, unit and flight meetings and visits, spouses groups, Lunch ‘n Learns, and various other Shaw organizations and events. Evidence based programs can be implemented at unit level to impact the health of Airmen. We can provide information on a variety of wellness, nutrition, stress and tobacco topics. Let us help you build a healthy environment for a lifetime of success and happy, healthy living.
To enroll in our classes and services or to schedule an appointment, please call 803-895-1216, email email@example.com, or visit our Share Point site. Note: This site requires a common access card. Users without an access card will receive an error message.
About us: Check-in at any Primary Care desk. Healthcare to Health, or H2H, is an initiative at Shaw Air Force Base focused on enhancing the health of beneficiaries and empowering them to lead healthy lives. There are two programs offered: Group Lifestyle Balance and 5210 Healthy Military Children. Group Lifestyle Balance is a group program for overweight adults that helps individuals reach their desired healthy lifestyle changes. The goals of the program are to achieve weight loss and increase physical activity. The 5210 Healthy Military Children is a health messaging campaign to promote healthy behaviors in all children throughout military communities. The focus is on four healthy behaviors children should try to achieve each day for good health: five or more servings of fruits and vegetables, two or fewer hours or screen time, one or more hours of physical activity, and zero sweetened beverages. There is no cost for either of these programs.
About us: We offer walk-in hours for most vaccinations and immunizations for adults and children. Please call the office number for the current smallpox vaccination schedule.
About us: We offer a full range of laboratory services for active duty, dependents, and retirees on a walk-in basis with a prescription from a local provider or your primary care manager. Specialty tests that cannot be completed on site are sent to an accredited laboratory for completion.
Location: 420 Polifka Drive, Building 1042, Second Floor
About us: Check in at the Mental Health waiting area. We provide comprehensive care for active duty personnel with an in-house psychologist, social worker and psychiatrist. Automated neurological assessment measurements can be completed here as well as overseas mental health assessment clearances. The clinic offers counseling services for a wide range of topics including and not limited to substance abuse, stress, depression, anxiety and sleeping difficulties. The Mental Health team is available to come out to all of Team Shaw to include, commander’s calls, unit meetings, spouses groups, lunch and learns, and other Shaw events.
About us: We offer annual eye exams, refractive surgery consultation and screening exams, contact lens services, ophthalmic disease management to include acute eye care, and spectacle repair and ordering for active duty. Dependents and retirees are seen on a space-available basis.
About us: Services are available for assigned active duty personnel with a referral from their primary care manager. Your primary care manager must refer you for physical therapy care in order to schedule an appointment. Our reserves the right to see active duty service members without a referral on a case-by-case basis. All other beneficiaries will be referred to a local network provider for physical therapy services. All initial appointments are scheduled by the Referral Management Center. All follow up appointments are scheduled by physical therapy staff. The Physical Therapy clinic does not treat neurology, cardiology, women’s health or complex vestibular cases. Physical training uniform or equivalent and appropriate athletic clothing is required for all appointments.
About us: We have three primary care clinics: Pediatrics, Healthcare Operations for dependents and retirees, and Operational Medicine for active duty personnel. Our primary care clinics offer appointments for cold and flu, non-emergency medical illnesses, wellness check-ups, acute appointment care and appointments where you can receive referrals to specialty care if needed.
About us: Patient services include walk-in audiograms, initial deployment medical checklist appointments, and free travel medicine walk-in appointments for all patients. During a travel medicine appointment you will receive medical recommendations to consider when traveling and vaccination recommendations. Go to the immunizations front desk to receive recommended vaccinations. Air Force Deployment Related Health Assessments, or DHAs, with a credentialed provider can also be scheduled by calling the Public Health front desk.
About us: The radiology clinic offers routine X-ray services on a walk-in basis for active duty, dependents, and retirees who have a radiology prescription from a provider.
About us: We offer guidance and assistance after receiving a referral from your primary care manager. A typical referral takes three business days for TRICARE to authorize and assign you to an off-base specialty care provider. After three business days you can view and print your authorization online by logging into Humana Military. A paper copy of your referral will be mailed to your address within 10 days. To contact the TRICARE Humana Military, your regional contractor, please call 1-800-444-5445.
Location: 413 Myers Street, Building 1062
Hours: Monday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We serve active duty, reserve, and retired service members’ pets and military working dogs, and have the capability to perform vaccinations, X-rays, ultrasounds, blood work, lab work, and implant microchips.
About us: We provide services to include Pap screenings, breast exams, testing for sexually transmitted infections, and birth control prescriptions. No referral is needed to schedule these appointments.