Location: Building 161, Second Floor
Telephone: 06565-61-8321 or 452-8321
About us: We provide comprehensive services to individuals, in coordination with their command, who are experiencing problems attributed to substance abuse or misuse. We serve active duty personnel by offering assessment, intervention education, prevention and outreach, and rehabilitative services. We also offers Department of Defense employee’s one-time assessments with referral resources if further care is required or requested. Information and referral resources are also offered to dependents and retirees.
Location: Building 550, First Floor
Telephone: 06565-61-8551 or 452-8551
About us: We provide vaccines in accordance with the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices to active duty personnel, retirees and dependents. Travel vaccines are available based on provider recommendation that can be obtained through the Travel Health Clinic. Allergy services are also available to include Aero Allergen skin testing and Immunotherapy injections through a primary care manager referral. If you are new to the base and have questions about continuing allergy injections from a previous installation, please call us or stop by.
Telephone: 06565-61-8333, option 1 or 452-8333, option 1
About us: We provide a more holistic approach to health care. Internal behavioral health consultants provide focused assessments and recommendations to primary care managers that help our population with behavioral health concerns. Working within primary care allows for early recognition and intervention for behavioral health problems which, if left untreated, diminish quality of life and overall health. Integrated care allows increased access to behavioral health services among active duty service members, retirees, family members, and children. We offer next duty day assessments for new concerns, as well as weekly groups to teach sleep hygiene techniques and relaxation skills.
Location: Building 137
About us: We see active duty, dependents and retirees. Priority is given to active duty personnel, all others are appointed on a mission availability basis.
Location: Building 550, Second Floor
Telephone: 06565-61-8115 or 452-8115
About us: We provide both X-ray and ultrasound services to our patients. After a provider has ordered your diagnostic imaging exam, we offer X-ray examinations on a walk-in basis during our open hours and ultrasound on a scheduled-only basis. At this time, we are unfortunately not able to offer OB pregnancy-related ultrasounds or ultrasounds of the breast. To schedule an ultrasound exam, please visit our window or call.
Location: Building 161, First Floor
Telephone: 06565-61-8238 or 452-8238
About us: We are a federally mandated program that provides educational services, not medical services, to eligible children and their families. EDIS has two core programs. The Early Intervention Program provides support to families of infants and toddlers, birth to 36 months, to enhance their child’s development through everyday learning opportunities. It is a voluntary program. Services are family-centered and are provided in the child’s natural environment, which is any place a child without a disability would spend time. Related Services is our school-based program. This program provides evaluations and services to school-age children, from three to 21 years of age, as part of the student’s special education program. Again, the services that the student receives are based on their educational needs, not on medical needs.
Location: TRICARE Office, Building 550, First Floor
Telephone: 06565-61-3524 or 452-3524
About us: This is a mandatory program designed to assist Air Force special needs families with relocation, resources, and health care coordination through services on base or in the community. EFMP is designed to prevent family members from moving to locations where needs cannot be met. It safeguards families from reduction in services and promotes effective use of available health care resources.
Telephone: 06565-61-8276 or 452-8276
About us: Family Advocacy builds healthier families and creates resilient and responsive communities. Our programs center upon prevention and outreach, treatment, victim advocacy, and research. We have a new parent support program, which is voluntary for expectant parents and families with children under three years of age. The program includes home visitation services as needed. Family Advocacy Strength-Based Treatment is another voluntary program for couples and families who desire to change patterns of communication. Outreach services are offered through life-skills classes in parenting, relationship enhancement, emotion regulation and resiliency boosting. Treatment services are offered for individuals, couples and families who have experienced maltreatment. Victim advocacy is a program that offers victims of intimate partner violence supportive services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Telephone: 06565-61-8333 or 452-8333
About us: We provide care to all non-PRP, non-Arming Use of Force active duty personnel, as well as their dependents. We provide several different types of appointments to accommodate the needs of our population to include sick call, nurse run clinic, clinical staff support protocols, virtual health, telehealth, behavioral health, and acupuncture.
Telephone: 06565-61-8363 or 452-8363
About us: We provide acute, routine and wellness medical services to enrolled TRICARE Prime beneficiaries assigned to Flight Medicine Clinic as their primary care manager. The clinic also delivers preventive health assessments, flight physicals for aviators, occupational health exams and pre-employment exams for required individuals. Other services offered by the clinic include: medical clearance for permanent change of station, retraining, special duties; Initial flying class and enlistment exams; and separation history and physical examinations for active duty personnel that are separating or retiring from the military. The clinic also manages Personnel Reliability Assurance Program and serves as the medical group’s primary PRP monitor.
Telephone: 06565-61-3460 or 452-3460
About us: We perform routine blood collections. Glucose tolerance tests are offered by appointment only. Providers should inform patients about tests that require special collection instructions or diets, and the laboratory will be pleased to share these collection instructions with patients. Paternity testing is not performed here. For questions concerning blood donations, please contact the American Red Cross at 452-9440. For results, please contact the requesting provider, clinic, or access results on-line using TRICARE Online Patient Portal.
Location: Building 161, Third Floor
Telephone: 06565-61-8285 or 452-8285
About us: We provide individual counseling, medication management, psychoeducational groups, and neuropsychological assessment. We deliver mental health care services for active duty personnel, including individual counseling, group therapy psychoeducation and psychological assessment, testing, and medication management. We provide crisis intervention and aid with treatment referrals for off base care for dependents and retirees.
Telephone: 06565-61-8425 or 452-8425
About us: We offer routine eye care to active duty personnel and TRICARE Prime enrollees. Dependents who are unable to obtain an appointment on base can obtain a referral from their primary care manager to be seen off base. The corneal refractive surgery program for LASIK and PRK is available for all active duty personnel who qualify.
About us: We provide pediatric comprehensive well visits, sports physicals, acute illness and injury management, virtual health appointments, nurse phone triage, walk-in CSSP and minor procedures. We work with DoDDs, CDC/FCC and CYP for childcare management of medical conditions. Outreach programs through New Parent Support Program, breastfeeding counseling, Bundles for Babies classes, and Healthy Habits Clinic.
Telephone: 06565-61-8300 or 452-8300
About us: Currently, we only treat active duty personnel. Dependents and retirees are seen if they have recently had orthopedic surgery.
About us: Public Health patient services include: deployment medicine; travel medicine; occupational health, including audiometric testing and fetal protection; medical employee health and civilian pre-placement; and community health, including disease transmission interviews. Health Promotion services include: tobacco cessation; running analysis; nutritional medicine; and basic health education. In addition, Public Health directs medical readiness, communicable disease and prevention programs, including disease outbreak investigations, food safety and defense, medical entomology, and occupational health medical exams.
About us: We offer routine and specialty gynecological care to eligible beneficiaries age 14 and older. A referral is not needed to access care. Services include routine well woman exams with cervical cancer screening and clinical breast exams, family planning and contraceptives to include intrauterine device and contraceptive implant insertion and removal, hormone replacement therapies, and evaluation and treatment for gynecological problems. Obstetrical care is referred to Host Nation OB/GYN providers.