Location: Second Floor, in the Patient Service Center, near the pharmacy
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 707-423-7923 or 707-423-7924
About us: Admissions and Dispositions is responsible for new patient registration, routine admissions and discharges, birth certificates, lost and found items, and securing patient valuables.
Location: 101 Bodin Circle, Building 777, First Floor
Telephone: 707-423-2348 or DSN 799-2348
About us: The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program provides comprehensive education and treatment to individuals who experience problems attributed to substance misuse or abuse; and to restore function and return members to unrestricted duty status, or to assist them in their transition to civilian life, as appropriate. The primary objectives of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program is to promote readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse and minimize the negative consequences of substance misuse and abuse, to the individual, family, and organization.
Location: Second Floor, south entrance
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We diagnose and treat a variety of allergic and immunologic conditions to include atopic dermatitis, allergic rhinitis, asthma, eosinophilic esophagitis, primary immune deficiencies, urticarial and angioedema, and allergies to food, medication, and venom. New patients need a referral from their primary care provider. The Allergic Clinic or Referral Management Center will book the initial appointment. Current patients can call the clinic for follow-up care. The Immunizations clinic provides routine childhood and adult vaccines in addition to vaccines required for deployment.
Location: First Floor, Southwest corner
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 3 p.m.
About us: We provide over-the-counter orthoses, or braces, for all eligible beneficiaries. There is no age limit to be seen in our clinic. Custom foot orthotics is provided to active duty personnel only.
Location: Orthopedic Clinic, First Floor, south entrance
About us: We focus on the diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular disorders, with an emphasis on treatment through manual adjustment or manipulation of the spine. The Chiropractic Clinic is a service only offered to active duty members.
Location: Building 777
About us: We performs tests to include chemistry, special chemistry, hematology, coagulation, immunology, microbiology, urinalysis, point-of-care testing, histology, cytology, and transfusion services.
Location: Building 775, 101 Bodin Circle
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 707-423-7000 or 707-423-7008
About us: We deliver cutting-edge, comprehensive dental services to active duty service members. Active duty Air Force members will be contacted through their unit health monitors to schedule periodic dental exams. Eligible patients with dental emergencies to include acute severe pain, bleeding, significant swelling or trauma may call the dental clinic for a screening appointment during duty hours, or report to the Emergency Department at David Grant Medical Center during non-duty hours. Air Reserve Component members on orders greater than 30 days may be seen on a case-by-case basis dependent upon the specific duty conditions and treatment needs. Specialty services include general dentistry, preventive dentistry, endodontics, prosthodontics, periodontics, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, and oral and maxillofacial surgery, also known as OMS. Specialty services are delivered on a case-by-case basis to qualifying members. The dental clinic also operates a 1-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry, (AEGD-1, and a 4-year Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery residency program.
Location: Second Floor, south entrance of the hospital, next to Family Health and the Allergy and Immunology Clinics
About us: We treat a variety of skin conditions, offers skin exams, skin cancer screenings, minor surgical procedures, phototherapy, and laser treatments. New patients need a referral from their primary care provider. The Referral Management Center will book the initial appointment. Current patients can call the clinic for follow-up care. Referrals for cosmetic procedures are not accepted and Mohs micrographic surgery is not available.
Location: First floor, south side of the hospital, next to the Internal Medicine Clinic
About us: The Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic treats a variety of issues, including matters involving the sinuses, tonsils, ears and hearing, facial aesthetics, facial nerve, salivary glands, nose, thyroid, parathyroid, voice and speech problems, tracheotomies, and ear wax removal. The clinic provides care to active duty members and their families, TRICARE beneficiaries, and Veterans Administration patients with a referral.
Location: First Floor, in the Internal Medicine Clinic
About us: We provide evaluation and treatment for endocrine and metabolic disorders in adults.
Location: Second Floor, south or southwest entrance
About us: We treat critically ill and injured adults and children. We provide emergency medical services to Department of Defense and Veteran Affairs beneficiaries.
Location: First Floor, near the Mental Health Clinic, Room 1B515
About us: EFMP enrolls, identifies, and facilitates medical care for families with medical or educational needs. EFMP also facilitates overseas medical clearances for Active Duty Family Members.
About us: We provide family counseling, couple's counseling, parenting counseling, and treatment services through a variety of evidence-based therapeutic modalities. We provide intervention services for adult and child maltreatment cases. We provide prevention services for families, couples, and parents through general counseling, outreach classes, and new parent support for families with children ages newborn to three years old.
Location: Second Floor, southeast
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 707-423-3057, 707-423-3048, or 707-423-3756
About us: We cultivate leaders in military family medicine by training full-spectrum, operationally ready physicians in evidence-based, patient-centered care.
Location: Second floor, south entrance
About us: The Flight Medicine Clinic encompasses the Flight and Operational Medicine Clinic, Base Operational Medicine Cell, and the Medical Standards Management Element. The clinic provides medical and specialty services to flyers and their family members.
Location: Surgical Clinic, Third Floor, south side
About us: The Gastroenterology Clinic provides services including colonoscopies and esophagogastroduodenoscopies, or EGDs. These services help diagnose and treat various illness and conditions to include: Anorectal fistulas; fissures, or abscesses; celiac disease, or CD; Crohn's disease; colon polyps; colorectal cancer; diverticular disease; fatty liver disease; gallbladder diseases such as gallstones, cholecystitis, or gallbladder cancer; gastroenteritis; gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD; hemorrhoids; Hiatal hernia; irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS; liver cancer; pancreatitis; peptic ulcer; stomach cancer; ulcerative colitis; and viral hepatitis
About us: The General Surgery Clinic provides specialists who care for surgery on the abdomen, skin, breast, soft tissues, or endocrine system, which includes the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, and bile ducts, among other organs.
Location: Third Floor
About us: In partnership with the Veteran Administration Northern California Health Care System, the Heart, Lung and Vascular Center at David Grant USAF Medical Center is a multi–specialty clinic that provides services to patients referred with diseases of the heart, lungs and circulation. This includes:
New Patient Referral Information: Referrals must come from primary care, family practice, internal medicine, flight medicine, the emergency department, a surgeon or anesthesiologist.
Patients not enrolled in TRICARE Prime will be seen with a referral from primary care, family practice or internal medicine. Patients from select remote locations may be partially evaluated via telemedicine to avoid travel expenses and to expedite the evaluation.
HLVC clinical capabilities and services include:
The HLVC professional staff includes seven board certified or board eligible cardiologists, two board certified nurse practitioners, and a board certified physician assistant, each with subspecialty certifications in:
The staff also includes nurses and technicians with advanced training in rhythm monitoring, echocardiography, stress testing, cardiac catheterization, vascular ultrasonography, interventional cardiac and vascular procedures, pulmonary function testing, sleep testing, ventilator management, bronchoscopy and the surgical treatment of heart, lung and vascular diseases; and an administrative support team.
Current services include the evaluation and treatment of:
Services that are not routinely offered include ventricular assist devices, heart and lung transplants, and congenital heart surgery.
Patient Instructions: Patients should arrive at least 15 minutes before their appointment. Patients scheduled for cardiac stress testing or imaging procedures should not eat at least four hours before their appointment.
Scheduling Appointments: Consult Management will book the initial appointment. The referring physician should book appointments for patients who need to be seen within 72 hours by calling the on-call cardiologist or call the Admissions Call Center at 707-423-7790 or DSN 799-7790.
Location: Building 999
About us: The Joint Venture Hematology - Oncology Infusion Center is a full-service clinic offering a wide range of treatments for cancer and other blood disorders. We care for patients with TRICARE or Veteran Affairs benefits. Our clinic staff is made up of professionals serving on active duty, Air Force civil service, Veteran Affairs employees, and Air Force contractors. We work closely with Radiation Oncology to plan your treatment and to support you.
Location: Second Floor, near the Emergency Department
About us: The Hyperbaric Medicine Clinic specializes in hyperbaric medicine and chronic wound care. The staff consists of board certified undersea and hyperbaric medicine physicians, technicians, and nurses. The clinic provides care to inpatients and outpatients from the David Grant USAF Medical Center, the Veterans Administration Northern California Health Care System, and other regional government and civilian organizations.
The hyperbaric facility provides 24/7 worldwide telephone consultations in support of military operational requirements. The clinic houses one of the nation’s largest, state-of-the-art, multi-place chambers used to treat patients with a variety of complex problems. The staff also conducts medical research and clinical investigations to establish optimal treatment protocols and uncover new diagnoses where hyperbaric oxygen therapy may be of benefit.
The clinic currently provides hyperbaric consultation and treatment for the following diagnoses:
Location: Internal Medicine Clinic, First Floor, south end
About us: We are an outpatient ambulatory clinic performing complete medical evaluation of Department of Defense beneficiaries who have Human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV. We provide telephonic and limited on-site consultative services to regional Air Force hospitals. Our focus is on early recognition and prompt management of disease to promote optimal health. The Infectious Diseases Clinic also provides infectious disease consultative and follow-up care to eligible surgical and medical inpatients and outpatients. We evaluate and manage the entire spectrum of infectious diseases including bacterial, viral, fungal, rickettsial, mycobacterial, and parasitic infections as well as events related to bioterrorism. We support Public Health functions to improve population level disease prevention and response. We optimize antibiotic regimens for complex inpatient and chronic outpatient infections. We provide pre-travel advice, and post-travel evaluations for travel related and tropical diseases. We provide comprehensive care for HIV-positive patients at all stages of the HIV disease. Patients may self-refer to be seen in our International Travel and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV clinics. Male patients may self-refer to be seen in our sexually transmitted disease clinic. All patients must have an appointment to be seen. Click here for travel resources.
Location: First Floor, south side
About us: We provide care for active duty, family members and retirees. Internal medicine is the medical specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases. The clinic provides services in diabetes education, behavioral health, rheumatology, neurology, endocrinology and infectious diseases.
Location: Fourth Floor, northwest side
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 707-423-3166 or DSN 799-423-3166
About us: All active duty, Reserve, and National Guard on active duty orders are eligible. Initial appointments and follow up appointments are scheduled by Laser Center staff. We offer corneal refractive surgery, including laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis and photo refractive keratectomy, or LASIK and PRK. Refractive applications are available for download on Travis Warfighter Refractive Center Facebook, under Groups Tab, or on the Kx website. This is a common access card, or CAC, required website. Users without a CAC will receive an error message. Applications can take up to three weeks to process. We do not have a waitlist.
Location: Fourth Floor
About us: The Maternal Child Flight (also known as Labor and Delivery) provides inpatient obstetrical services for childbearing women and their newborns. The flight is staffed with:
Obstetricians, family physicians, residents and midwives provide comprehensive obstetrical services for routine and high-risk pregnant patients.
The Labor and Delivery Department was professionally redesigned in 2015 to create an inviting and open atmosphere where patients are the priority. Each of the six private rooms has a shower, television and DVD player, multipurpose seating area, rocking chair, wireless fetal monitoring capability and state of the art equipment, which can be hidden until needed. In addition, the unit has two outpatient triage rooms, two operating rooms and a three-bed well-baby nursery. Wireless internet is available for patients and their family members.
We try to create a comfortable and relaxed family environment for you and your family and we encourage parents to keep their baby with them in the room. We also encourage skin-to-skin contact for mother and baby not only because it increases bonding time, but it sets the foundation for breastfeeding.
Siblings and children over the age of 12 may visit during labor as well as after the delivery if they are not ill. We cannot accommodate children to stay overnight but one adult may stay overnight to support mother and baby.
Visiting Hours: There are no enforced visiting hours when you are in labor because we recognize the importance of having family and friends around during this special time. We request that only two people visit at a time; however, more visitors can be allowed at the nurses’ discretion.
Special Viewing Drapes: Drapes are available if you and your partner want to view your baby being born by Caesarian section. For more information, speak with your provider team.
Classes: We offer a number of education programs for you and your new bay. The Women’s Health Clinic and Maternal Child Flight sponsor childbirth classes throughout the year. Classes cover helpful information about what to expect when you are in labor and include a tour of the birthing unit. Please ask your provider for a list of class options.
Location: 5342 Dudley Boulevard #98, McClellan, California, 95652
About us: We treat active duty military, retirees, and adult dependents. We provide routine, acute, and follow-up appointments. We provide TRICARE benefits advise and billing resolution.
Location: Second Floor, by the Pharmacy, in the Patient Service Center
Fax: 707-423-5055 or 707-423-5272
About us: The Medical Records department maintains inpatient and outpatient health records. The Release of Information (ROI) function facilitates physical and digital medical records requests. We also handle other medical facilities ROI requests for medical records for continuity of care.
Location: 101 Bodin Circle, Building 777
About us: We provide outpatient, short-term counseling in individual and group formats for active duty military. We complete all military specific evaluations. On a space available basis, the clinic also provides neuropsychological assessment and treatment and child and adolescent psychological services.
Location: Building 777, First Floor, north entrance
About us: We provide comprehensive treatment through the management of chronic kidney diseases, kidney failure, hypertension, glomerular disorders, transplant aftercare, and lectrolyte abnormalities. Additionally, we offer injections for chronic anemia related to kidney disease and we host a multidisciplinary chronic kidney disease education class. We serve both Department of Defense and Veteran Affairs beneficiaries. We are unable to care for patients receiving home dialysis therapies to include peritoneal dialysis and home hemodialysis.
Location: Building 777, 101 Bodin Circle, First Floor, Internal Medicine Clinic
About us: Our clinic provide diagnosis and treatment for disorders affecting the nervous system for active duty and their dependents between the ages of 18 and 64.
Location: Building 778
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We are committed to providing compassionate and quality care for neurosurgical conditions affecting the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. We use the best available practices when approaching our patients, and tailor care to fit our patients' needs. This includes exhausting conservative and less invasive measures when appropriate. Our neurosurgical team is well-versed in the use of technology for our surgical cases, which includes both cranial and spinal navigation, percutaneous techniques, and both endoscopic and microscopic neurosurgery. Conditions treated include neuro-trauma, intracranial and spinal tumors, compressive neuropathies, peripheral nerve tumors, hydrocephalus, and degenerative spinal conditions.
About us: We offer a wide range of nuclear imaging services including myocardial perfusion studies, or MPS, bone scan, and thyroid uptake and scan. We also offer positron emission tomography, or PET, which is a newer technology used to track metabolism of multiple diseases. In addition to imaging, we also provide thyroid cancer treatments and assist interventional radiology with Therasphere liver cancer treatments. We typically accommodate all non-urgent outpatient appointments within seven calendar days from physician order, and also have 24-hour operations for all emergency studies ordered.
About us: We offer outpatient clinic group and individual appointments for medical nutrition therapy and nutrition counseling, for management of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and other nutrition-related diseases and conditions.
Location: First floor, south end
Telephone: 707-423-3748, option 3
About us: We evaluate and treat active duty military beneficiaries with an outpatient referral from their primary care manager. When access becomes available, the clinic may open up to non-active duty beneficiaries. We assist orthopedics with post-operative splinting and bracing for all beneficiaries. We also evaluate and treat all appropriate inpatients with a referral.
Location: Fourth Floor, northwest corner
Telephone: 707-423-7165 or DSN 799-423-7165
About us: Active duty and dependents, retirees and dependents are eligible. Appointments are available for non-enrollees on a space available basis. Patients of all ages are evaluated on an emergent basis; however, restrictions apply to routine pediatric patients. All patients are required to have a referral. Initial appointments are scheduled by the Referral Management Office. Follow up appointments are scheduled by Ophthalmology staff. We offer a full range of general ophthalmic services, including: cataract removal with implantation of intraocular lens; corneal transplants; keratoconus; micro-invasive glaucoma surgery with iStent; blepharoplasty for excessive skin, or dermatochalasis, affecting peripheral vision; select oculoplastic procedures including nasolacrimal duct probing and lid laxity repair; pterygium removal; intravitreal anti-vascular endothelial growth factor therapy, or VEGF, injections including macular degeneration and edema, and diabetic retinopathy; laser treatment for glaucoma, or iridotomy; laser treatment to the retina such as tears, holes and diabetic retinopathy; yttrium aluminum garnet, or YAG capsulotomy; select strabismus surgery; temporal artery biopsy; removal of eyelid lesions including chalazion excision, cyst removal, and eyelid biopsy; and corneal refractive Surgery, including laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis and photo refractive keratectomy, or LASIK and PRK. All patients should expect to be dilated during the initial exam. Patients must bring a list of all current medications, including eye drops as applicable. Patients who wear contact lenses primarily should bring their most current pair of eyeglasses. Patients seen by an off-base ophthalmologist or optometrist should bring copies of previous exams.
Location: Second Floor, south entrance of the hospital
Telephone: 707-423-7171, option 5, or DSN 423-7171, option 5
About us: The Optometry Clinic provides a comprehensive vision examination for active duty members and their families and TRICARE beneficiaries.
Location: Building 777, Fourth Floor
About us: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is the specialty of dentistry that includes diagnosis, surgical, and adjunctive treatment of disease, injuries, and defects involving both the functional and aesthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the mouth, head and neck region. Services include diagnosis, surgical and adjunctive treatment of disease, injuries and defects involving both the functional, aesthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissue of the oral and maxillofacial areas. Referral is required and care for non-active duty beneficiaries is on a space-available basis.
Location: First Floor, south entrance
About us: We are referral-based clinics. Orthopedics treats patients referred with disorders affecting the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Podiatry treats disorders of the foot and ankle.
About us: We care for infants to teenagers and assists families in obtaining an appropriate level of care and resources. We provide risk factor counseling and preventive services, prioritize identified risk factors and refer patients to other prevention programs as appropriate. Our immunizations technicians provide needed vaccinations to patients.
Location: 101 Bodin Circle, Building 777, First Floor, south end with Orthopedics
About us: Physical Therapy currently evaluates and treats all active duty military beneficiaries with an outpatient referral from their primary care manager and without a referral for select acute musculoskeletal injures. When access becomes available, the clinic may open up to non-active duty beneficiaries. Physical Therapy also evaluates and treats all appropriate inpatients with a referral.
About us: The Plastic Surgery Clinic provides services such as: the repair, reconstruction, or replacement of physical defects of form or function involving the skin, musculoskeletal system, cranio-maxillofacial structures, hand, extremities, breast and trunk, and external genitalia or cosmetic enhancement to these areas of the body. Other services include laser scar revision, as well as tattooing for breast reconstructive patients.
Location: Patient Service Center, Second Floor, Room 2-2225
Telephone: 707-423-7641 or 1-844-866-9378
About us: We assist customers by booking appointments for specialty care.
Location: Third Floor, Heart Lung and Vascular Center
Hours: Monday through Sunday, 24/7
About us: Respiratory Therapy is responsible for inpatient care throughout David Grant Medical Center. Respiratory Therapy does not offer outpatient services.
Location: 101 Bodin Circle, Building 777, First Floor, south end in Internal Medicine Clinic
Location: First Floor, across from the row of flags next to the coffee shop
About us: Teddy's Child Watch is a free child care service for parents and legal guardians who have appointments at David Grant Medical Center, the Dental Clinic, and the Veterans Affairs. Children six months to 12 years are allowed to come; must be up to date on all shots, including the flu shot when it is seasonally available. Parents or legal guardians must bring a copy of the most current, up to date shot record for Teddy's Watch to keep on file. Legal guardians must have a power of attorney and present it to Teddy's staff. Drop off is 15 minutes prior to the parent or legal guardian's appointment time and the maximum allotted time children are allowed to stay is 90 minutes without prior approval of the program manager.
Teddy's also requires clinic validation slips for parents or legal guardians to get signed by the clinic staff verifying the clinic and time their appointment was finished. Drop offs without a reservation are accepted on a space available basis. Since Teddy's books for 90 minutes, the last appointment we take is at 12:15 p.m. (for the parent or legal guardian's appointment to be at 12:30 p.m.), Monday through Thursday, and Friday at 11:15 a.m. (for the parent or legal guardian's appointment to be at 11:30 a.m.).
No food is permitted, but we do allow parents to bring water, milk, or juice. There is a registration packet that parents or legal guardians can pick up or fill out same day as appointment.
Teddy's Watch has a Facebook that parents or legal guardians can book appointments through, @TeddysWatchDGMC.
Teddy's Child Watch is funded by the Armed Services YMCA and we gladly take donations.
Location: Building 777, south side, Third Floor in the Surgical Specialties Clinic
About us: We are a referral-based clinic specializing in diseases of the urinary tract and the male reproductive system. We offer comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options for a wide range of urological conditions, such as urinary incontinence, prostate and kidney cancers, kidney stones, and bladder dysfunction.
Location: 101 Bodin Circle, Fourth Floor
About us: We offer comprehensive and specialized care for women's health issues. We provide well woman exams, family planning needs, pregnancy and postpartum care, high risk pregnancy, menopause expertise, and address and treat gynecological conditions. We also offer centering prenatal care, an alternative to traditional obstetrics visits and centers on health, education, and support in a group setting. Our diverse team is comprised of certified nurse midwives, nurse practitioners, providers, nurses, and medical technicians.