Location: 1051 Vandenberg Avenue, Building 751
About us: We provide quantitative fit testing services for gas masks and workers requiring respiratory protection within their work areas. Walk-in service is only provided for deploying personnel. IAW AFI 48-137, chemical mask fit test is only required once per lifetime, upon arrival at the first permanent duty station or upon assignment to a unit type code. Gas mask fit tests will be re-accomplished if a new size or type mask is issued, the wearer gains or losses 10 percent or more of body weight following completion of the initial gas mask fit test, or the wearer experiences extensive dental work, facial surgery, scarring, or disfigurement.
Location: 331 Sijan Avenue, Building 2032
About us: Services include: exams; cleanings; routine fillings; crowns; root canal procedures; and oral surgery with IV sedation are available for all active duty personnel assigned to the base. The clinic uses the Active Duty Dental Program in conjunction with providers in the local and surrounding areas for advanced specialty care. Comprehensive orthodontic care is not available although civilian care can be approved by commanders at the member's expense. Dental sick call is managed on an appointment basis. Periodic dental examinations are scheduled for active duty members through their unit health monitor. Follow-up appointments are made at the time of the periodic dental exam appointment or by calling the Dental Clinic. A dentist can be reached for after-hours dental emergencies (acute swelling, active bleeding, severe uncontrolled pain or trauma) by calling the number above. Dental care for non-active duty personnel is extremely limited. Family members of active duty service members are strongly encouraged to enroll in the TRICARE Dental Program.
About us: The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to provide support to military family members with special needs. Learn more about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
About us: There are no emergency services at the Family Health Clinic. If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911. Walk-ins are limited to sore throat, female urinary tract infections, pregnancy test, wart treatments, injections including Depo-Provera and testosterone, suture removals and 3-day blood pressure checks.
About us: We treat flyers and special duty Airmen. If you have questions about your specific clinic for treatment, call the number above. If you have an off-base appointment, call the Flight and Operational Medicine Clinic at 660-687-2157 the day before your appointment for updated duty status. Ensure a release of medical information memorandum is given to the civilian provider during the visit so they can list all medications prescribed and the treatment given to you. Return the memorandum as soon as possible to update your duty status. If your duties are already restricted for another reason, our staff still requires notification and a return of the memorandum. If you go to the emergency room or urgent care, please return to our clinic within the next duty day for duty status update.
About us: We coordinate, evaluate, and promote installation-specific, evidence-based interventions that support healthy behavior change to optimize health and resilience in this community. We deliver clinical interventions that address health behaviors and coordinate internal and external educational resources for individuals on tobacco-free living, optimal nutrition, physical activity, sleep and fatigue management, and healthy weight. Body composition assessments are available through the Bod Pod service in the medical group.
About us: We are a walk-in clinic. All patients are recommended to wait a minimum of 15 minutes post vaccination to ensure no adverse events occur. TB skin tests require 48 to 72 hours before it can be reviewed, so plan accordingly with holidays and weekends. No TB skin tests will be placed on Thursdays. Smallpox briefings and vaccinations are only on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Patients will be required to provide their screening form filled out, signed and stamped by a flight physician on the day of they receive the smallpox vaccine. Shingles vaccine is available for patients 60 years of age and older. Any patients requesting the vaccine under age 60 will require a prescription from their physician. Pneumonia vaccine is available for pediatric patients 12 months and younger and patients 65 years of age and older. Any patients requiring the pneumonia vaccine 19-64 will require a prescription from their physician. Planning leisure travel? Please see Public Health prior to the immunizations clinic for required screening regarding foreign travel. For a copy of your shot record, contact Release of Information at 660-687-2101 and they can request your vaccination record from another facility or fax a copy to your off base provider. Any sponsor requesting a vaccine record for a dependent 18 years or older must provide a consent from Release of Information. Immunization record transcriptions is a maximum 72 hour turnaround period.
About us: If a doctor ordered a cholesterol test, a lipid panel, or told you that you needed to fast overnight, the required fasting period is 10 to 12 hours. You may drink as much water as you like. You may also take prescribed medications unless your provider specifically told you not to take them. Active duty Airmen needing labs, you must go to Public Health located on the second floor of the clinic prior to coming to the lab. Walk-In testing is available for pregnancy, urinary tract infection (UTI) and strep throat tests. You must report to the front desk of the clinic where your primary care manager is located. Do not come directly to the lab. The lab staff may not release results to patients under any circumstances. To get copies of your results, you must either contact the ordering provider or go to Medical Records located on the first floor of the clinic. The lab will fax results to an off-base provider only if that provider ordered the test.
About us: The Mental Health Flight is comprised of three clinics including the Mental Health Clinic, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) clinic, and the Family Advocacy Program. Services offered include: individual therapy; couple’s therapy; group therapy and psychoeducational services; psychodiagnostic evaluation; psychotropic medications; commander and unit consultations; emergency and crisis intervention; case management; referrals to specialized clinical services, inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations, and intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs, and mental health outreach and prevention services. The Mental Health and ADAPT clinics only provide services to active duty personnel. Dependents and retirees can receive mental health and substance abuse treatment services through their primary care manager and the Behavioral Health Optimization Program, as well as through referrals to our civilian partners. All beneficiary categories may qualify for services offered in the Family Advocacy Program. 24-hour emergency mental health services are available by calling 911, going to the nearest Emergency Department, or by calling the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). Unit commanders can receive after-hours mental health consultation services by contacting the on-call Mental Health provider through the Command Post at 660-687-3778.
ADAPT: Services offered include: substance abuse evaluation and treatment, referrals to inpatient and partial hospitalization programs; case management; aftercare services; and substance abuse outreach and prevention services.
Family Advocacy Program: Services offered include: family and couple’s counseling services; new parent support program, which enhances positive parenting and family wellness for families with children newborn to three years old; domestic violence and abuse victim advocacy services; domestic violence outreach and prevention services, including communication, anger management, parenting, conflict resolution, and stress management workshops and classes. Conditions typically treated include: mood disorders; anxiety disorders; posttraumatic stress disorder and other trauma- and stressor-related conditions; adjustment disorders; relationship problems; parent and child relationship problems; occupational problems; deployment-related problems; substance use disorders; motivational concerns; behavioral problems; and sleep disorders.
About us: We have dedicated rooms throughout Whiteman Air Force Base to support mothers who need a secure and sanitary location to pump and express breastmilk.
Lactation pods are at the following locations:
Please contact your First Sargent or Facility Management for room accommodation inquiries and concerns.
Telephone: 660-687-3438 (DIET)
About us: Services offered include: diabetes; hypertension; high cholesterol; food allergies; gastrointestinal disorders; weight management for adults and adolescents 13 years and older; bariatric pre and post-surgery. Group education and enrichment programs including but not limited to commissary tours, meal preparation and planning, food label education.
About us: All active duty members and a limited number of TRICARE Prime dependents and retirees are eligible for routine eye exams. The health of the eyes will be examined and an eyeglass prescription will be given to patients if necessary. Active duty and retirees are eligible to order glasses through the optometry clinic. Beneficiaries with urgent eye problems such as injuries, infection, and sudden vision loss should contact the appointment desk for a same day appointment. Current contact lens wearers will receive an updated contact lens prescription, provided they wear their lenses and bring the previous prescription information to the appointment. No referral required for appointments. All individuals can schedule appointments with Central Appointment Desk or at TRICARE Online. To ensure maximum benefit from your appointment, please bring the following items to all exams: identification card; current glasses and sunglasses; most recent contact lens prescription; and contact lens boxes or packages.
About us: Walk-in hours are for sore throat or strep if the patient is three years old and over, repeat wart treatments if initial evaluation was completed, suture removal, and Depo-Provera injections. Any other medical concerns will require an appointment. We serve children from birth through age seventeen. Infants and young children need to see their doctors or nurse more often than older children and adults, especially when they are very young. It’s important to make sure that you have all the information you need to help your child grow and develop, and to catch any problems as early as possible. These appointments should be made one month prior to your child turning this age. For all sports and school physicals please complete and bring required paperwork to your appointment.
About us: The Physical Therapy Clinic is a referral clinic for active duty outpatient neuro-musculoskeletal problems. Services include skilled manipulation of the spine and extremities, trigger point dry needling, supervised exercise and targeted modality. As a specialty clinic a referral from your primary care manager is required to initiate care.
About us: The radiology section performs all routine examinations. We do not have the capabilities to perform any of the following: computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or Ultrasound (US). If you require any examination other than routine is required please contact your primary care manager. We do not offer mammography services, however we have and agreement with Western Missouri Medical Center to schedule exams on the third Monday of every month. If you are in need of an annual screening mammogram, contact us for scheduling.
About us: The Referral Management Center is a one-stop shop for all referral issues. If your provider completes a referral, we will help you select a provider for your specialty care. For billing concerns, call 1-877-988-9378. Anyone referred to a collection agency due to a TRICARE bill should contact the Debt Collections Assistance Officer at 660-687-2188, option 3, option 1, or stop by the RMC. Our staff can also help you file claims.
Location: 900 Perimeter Rd., Building 1732
About us: We support the military working dogs and privately owned animals within in our military community. We provide vaccines and minor sick call appointments to our military community. We do not offer any surgical or emergency services.