Location: Building 1094, Second Floor, co-located with Mental Health
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About us: We provide comprehensive services to individuals, in coordination with their commands, 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 employees, non-active duty family members, retirees and retired family members a one-time assessment and referral resources if further care is required or requested.
Location: Occupational Health Facility, Building 3334, First Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We provide hearing conservation and audiological evaluations services. Hearing conservation appointments are available to active duty members and civilian employees on the Hearing Conservation Program. Audiological evaluations are available for active duty members with a referral from a primary care manager.
Location: Building 1094, First Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide individual counseling and group therapy focused on: study skills, test anxiety, adjustment to the military, anxiety management and sleep hygiene. We offer psychoeducation and psychological assessment, testing, and medication management.
Location: Occupational Health Facility, Building 3334, Second Floor
About us: The primary focus of Bioenvironmental Engineering is to identify, assess and determine control measures to protect the health of Air Force personnel in the workplace. This department provides health surveillance through sampling, identification, quantification, assessment, risk communication, control and documentation of potential exposures. In addition, it plans, prepares for, and provides real time chemical-biological-radiological, nuclear response, ensures safe potable and non-potable water and performs specialized vulnerability assessments for drinking water, toxic industrial chemicals and toxic industrial materials.
Location: Building 1094, First Floor
Telephone: 405-582-6397 or 405-582-6398
Why Would I Need Case Management?
The need for case management services is determined through a collaboration between you, your family or caregiver, your health care team, and your provider. This collaboration will include a comprehensive assessment of your health, psychosocial needs, and use of health care services and resources.
Case management can help by:
You or your family member may need case management if you have:
Who are Case Managers?
Case managers are usually nurses or social workers who can help you and your family figure out complex health care and support systems. They will work with you to coordinate the services and other community resources you need.
They can help:
Location: Building 1094, Second Floor
About us: We provide diagnosis and management of acute and chronic spine and spine-related neuron-musculoskeletal disorders for active duty personnel.
About us: We provide services in all areas of dentistry to active duty members. Examinations, preventive dentistry, restorative dentistry, prosthodontics, periodontics, oral surgery, endodontics, and extremely limited space available services are available.
Location: Building 1094, Ground Floor
About us: We provide support to military family members with special needs. Learn more about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
About us: Family Advocacy is the point of contact for child, spouse, and unmarried intimate partner maltreatment reporting and treatment. It is mandatory for all Tinker Air Force Base Department of Defense civilian, to include contract employee, and military personnel to report suspected family maltreatment to Family Advocacy.
About us: We provide acute, routine, and wellness care for non-flyer TRICARE Prime beneficiaries. The following walk-in services are also available: Depo, B12, and testosterone injections; pregnancy test, but you must have two (2) positive home pregnancy tests and be five days late in menstrual cycle; strep and sore throat treatment; suture and staple removal; wart treatment follow-up. Emergency services are not available at the 72d Medical Group. For emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Room.
About us: We provide acute, routine, and wellness care for all flyers, controllers and special operations personnel and their family members over the age of 15 years old.
About us: We provide major and minor surgical procedures, diagnostic endoscopy procedures and biopsies with a referral from a primary care manager. Minor and endoscopic procedures are performed in the clinic. Surgeries are performed at local civilian facilities.
Location: Health and Wellness Center, 5822 34th Street, Building 5922
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., unless staff is working outside the facility
About us: The primary focus of Health Promotion is to provide and integrate evidence-based programs to optimize the health and readiness of active duty military, reservists, and guard members. We offer performance nutrition, physical activity, sleep optimization, and tobacco prevention and cessation classes and programs. We also provide unit-specific health promotion programming. Individual tobacco treatment consults are available for active duty military.
Location: Building 5922, 5822 34th Street, Room 108
About us: The clinic sees active duty and reserve personnel. With medical referral, services provided include individual and group nutrition counseling.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 to 11 a.m., and 12 to 4 p.m.
About us: We provide immunization services to all TRICARE beneficiaries. Patients should bring in all immunization documentation when visiting the clinic for the first time or if services were received from a non-Department of Defense facility. All services are provided on a walk-in basis, and patients may experience increased wait times depending on patient volume. The best way to obtain a hard copy shot record is to come into the clinic during normal business hours and pick one up, this way it can be stamped and signed making it official. For anyone in your family over the age of 18, they will need to be present when requesting their shot record. To fax a shot record to an off base facility we require a Medical Information Release Form (HIPAA Release Form) to be filled out and signed by the requester and then provided to our clinic. We will only fax to a school or another health birth of the patient, and the last four of the sponsor’s social. Without a signed release form we are prohibited from discussing any aspect of your medical information. You can access you and your family members’, under the age of 18, shot record from the portal by clicking on My IMR / ASIMS - Medical Readiness & Deployment Health. Note: This site is restricted and requires a common access card. Users without a common access card will receive a website error message.
About us: We provide routine laboratory draws for TRICARE beneficiaries. Most services require a referral from a provider, and patients should contact the requesting provider for results. The laboratory cannot release results directly to patients or to any other provider who did not place the request. However, if the labs were ordered by a network provider, patients may visit the lab and receive an enveloped, sealed, and stamped copy to take directly to that off-base provider if a fax is not an option.
About us: We provide emergency mental health screening, triage and crisis intervention, assessment interviews, including special duty assignment interviews, psychological testing and treatment planning to active duty personnel.
About us: We provide comprehensive routine eye examinations, evaluation and treatment of acute eye injuries and infections, evaluation and management of eye diseases, and the dispensing of military-issue spectacles and gas mask inserts to active duty personnel enrolled in TRICARE Prime. Cosmetic contact lenses are fitted for active duty personnel on a case-by-case basis. Safety eyewear is fitted and dispensed to civilian employees at the Occupational Health facility; contact 405-734-2582 for more information.
About us: We provide acute, routine, and wellness care for TRICARE Prime beneficiaries age 17 years old and under. All enrolled beneficiaries are assigned a primary care manager. Well baby appointments are available on the following schedule: 3-5 days after birth, two weeks, two months, four months, six months, nine months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, and 24 months. For the two month and greater well baby visit, please call four weeks in advance to schedule an appointments. Well child appointments are encouraged to be scheduled during a child’s birthday month and, if scheduled annually, can take the place of any additional needs for sport, camp and school physicals without requiring an additional appointment. Well baby appointments cannot be scheduled prior to the child turning the specific age because vaccinations indicated at the particular age cannot be given ahead of schedule. Contact your primary care manager team directly using our secure messaging service. Visit TOL Secure Messaging today and register an account.
About us: We provide therapeutic use of exercise, manual techniques, moist heat, therapeutic dry needling and electrical stimulation to relieve pain, develop or restore function, and maintain maximum performance. Services are available for active duty members enrolled in TRICARE Prime with a referral from a primary care manager.
About us: We conduct preventive medicine and communicable disease control, occupational health, food safety, deployment medicine, and disaster response programs. Public Health provides programs for both individuals and groups to clearly communicate risks and hazards in the workplace, and best practices to safeguard health. The department also manages and maintains the Individual Medical Readiness Program, gathers data and provides reports to unit deployment managers and commanders. For travel recommendations and requirements, please see Public Health for detailed information on recommendations or requirements for travel before seeing the immunizations clinic. Make sure you come in with a current copy of your shot record and your traveler’s worksheet that is made for you at public health.
About us: We provide conventional X-rays, mammograms, and ultrasound. Studies requested such as computed tomography (CT) and nuclear medicine are performed at off-base facilities with a referral from a primary care manager. Children are not allowed in the exposure rooms unless it is for their appointment. For their protection and safety we ask that they have proper supervision if their parent or guardian is being cared for in our department. We do not provide childcare so please plan ahead or reschedule at your convenience.
About us: We provide referral information, collect records for existing referrals, book initial specialty appointments for specialty care seen at the 72d Medical Group, register new patients, and provide copies of medical records.
Location: Building 1133, behind the Navy Shopette
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We provide complete veterinary care for all government owned animals and routine care for pets of military families. All pets living on base must be registered with the Veterinary Treatment Facility upon arrival. Due to limited manpower and resources, most veterinary emergency cases are best served through a full service civilian veterinary hospital.
About us: We provide routine and specialty women’s health care to active duty, active duty family members, retirees and retiree family members enrolled in TRICARE Prime. Available gynecological services include general annual exams, pelvic exams, pap smears, dysplasia tracking, and birth control consults. Obstetrical services are available with a referral from a primary care manager.