Location: First Floor, Room 1DD6
About us: We’re responsible for admitting and discharging inpatients, registering patients, processing death packages, processing secretarial designee applications, and tracking active duty personnel who are admitted off base. We also coordinates ambulance transports and aeromedical evacuations.
Location: Fourth Floor
About us: Our objectives are to: promote readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of addictive behaviors, substance misuse and abuse. The program offers assessment, evidenced-based interventions, education, prevention and outreach, and rehabilitative services to active duty. Dependents and retirees may be seen on a space available basis, but otherwise are given information and referral resources.
Location: First Floor, Room 1D9
About us: We provide diagnostic evaluation and treatment for patients with seasonal allergies, allergic diseases, asthma, hives, eczema, reactions to foods, medications and insect stings. This clinic also provides management services for patients with immunodeficiency diseases. Patients require a referral.
Location: Building 830, Second Floor
Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Location: Building 675, Area B
About us: We promote individual worker accountability when exposed to hazardous noise on and off duty; and identify all areas workers are exposed to hazardous noise to reduce exposure thorough controls and personal protective equipment. We serve the civilian and active duty personnel requiring an audiogram here and sister services in the surrounding area. We provide services to workers exposed to hazardous noise exposure, requiring annual physical health assessments, various flight physicals, retirements and separations, deployments, temporary duty assignments and permanent change of station, as needed.
Location: First Floor
About us: The Behavioral Health Optimization Program is a service within the Family Health Clinic designed to optimize your overall health. The program is a flexible resource available to all Airmen, family members and retirees that are already receiving primary care services. This service offers targeted assistance to help you identify and combat thoughts and behaviors that keep you from achieving optimal overall health and functioning.
Location: Building 675, Second Floor, Area B
Telephone: 937-255-6815, DSN Prefix: 785
About us: We’re responsible for protecting against, preventing from, and reducing occupational and environmental health hazards to both our military and civilian population. We also oversee the installation radiation safety program as well as provide emergency response capability for all CBRN incidents through health risk communication.
About us: All blood types are accepted and needed. Your donation will be used to support downrange military operations, as well as for patients with critical needs within the local area. Thank you for providing the gift of life.
About us: We provide orthotic care to active duty, dependents and retirees. The Brace Shop services include upper extremity braces for the wrist, elbow, arm, shoulder, neck, ribs and upper back. Lower extremity braces include those for the lower back, hip, thigh, knee, lower leg, ankle, and foot. A doctor’s referral is required for service.
About us: We provide comprehensive care to patients with diagnoses of a wide variety of malignancies, serving our active duty, dependent and retiree beneficiaries. This would include initial consultation, recommended work-up, treatment options, and therapeutic interventions incorporating radiation and chemotherapy as appropriate. Stereotactic radiation and brachytherapy services are provided by our Radiation Oncology department. The most up-to-date Food and Drug Administration approved chemotherapy medication options are available as well as clinical trial treatment approaches through medical oncology. We provide supportive services to include patient navigation and social work assistance. Furthermore, we have consultative services available for benign hematologic conditions. After treatment completion, survivorship care is provided to our beneficiaries.
Location: First Floor, 1EC6
About us: We provide non-invasive and invasive services for the diagnosis, management, and treatment of cardiac diseases to all TRICARE beneficiaries as well as VA patients with appropriate referrals. We have pediatric cardiology services as well. Services offered include: electrocardiograms (EKG), echocardiograms including transesophageal echocardiograms (TEE), ambulatory EKG or event monitors, diagnostic cardiac catheterization, implantable loop recorders, pacemaker, defibrillator, resynchronization device implants and management, electrophysiology studies and ablations. Services not offered include: interventional catheterization; lead extractions; atrial fibrillation ablations.
About us: We provide chiropractic care to active duty personnel. Chiropractic gives special attention to the physiological and biomechanical aspects including structural, spinal, musculoskeletal, neurological, vascular, nutritional, emotional and environmental relationships. Our service specifically includes the adjustment and manipulation of the articulations and adjacent tissues of the human body, particularly of the spinal column. We also treat intersegmental aberrations for alleviation of related functional disorders. Chiropractic is a drug-free, non-surgical science and, as such, does not include pharmaceuticals or surgery. All new appointments are scheduled directly through the Chiropractic Clinic phone number located above. Care is provided by a non-government civilian chiropractor and technician.
About us: We offer evaluation and treatment to patients presenting with concerns related to health behavior change and health issues. We provide dynamic care in a robust multidisciplinary environment engaging with other disciplines throughout the hospital. Common health concerns we address include: headaches, medically related phobias, weight management, performance enhancement, insomnia, diabetes, and chronic pain using an approach that looks at all aspects of the patient to include physical, emotional, cognitive and environmental factors. Individual treatment and interactive group formats are the primary treatment modalities. We also conduct pre-surgical psychological evaluations, such as pre-bariatric surgery and gender affirming medical evaluations. Treatment goals are time limited care behaviorally based and determined using the patient’s values as the guide.
Hours: Tuesday through Wednesday, 8 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m.
About us: We provide coagulation analysis, patient education on anti-coagulation medications, and anti-coagulation medication dose adjustments. The clinic accepts eligible beneficiaries with a referral. Walk-in hours can be coordinated with the technician and an approval by the pharmacist.
Location: Second Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Priority is given to active duty personnel. Beneficiaries are eligible for treatment through the advanced general dentistry residency, depending on the needs of the program. Emergency care is available after hours through the emergency room.
About us: We perform annual skin exams for skin cancer prevention as well as exams for any type of skin condition or concern. We treat conditions such as acne, psoriasis, melanoma, dermatitis, and eczema. We offer procedure appointments to remove or biopsy as needed. We also offer some cosmetic procedures, but a cost may be associated. The Infectious Disease Clinic evaluates and manages the entire spectrum of infectious diseases including bacterial, viral, fungal, rickettsia, mycobacterial, and parasitic infections as well as events related to bioterrorism. Our service optimizes antibiotic regimens for complex inpatient and chronic outpatient infections that include osteomyelitis. Additionally, we provide pre-travel advice and post-travel evaluations for travel related or tropical diseases. Patients may self-refer to be seen in our Travel Clinic, otherwise new patients must be scheduled through the hospital Referral Management Office. All active duty personnel who are deploying, moving or going on temporary duty must be seen in the Public Health Clinic.
Location: Third Floor
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About us: We provide extensive specialty care on both an outpatient and an inpatient consultation basis. The clinic currently provides hemodialysis services for up to 16 chronic patients and as needed for acute patients. The Dialysis Clinic maintains five chairs and one isolation room.
About us: The Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to treat life threatening emergencies. Patients are promptly seen based on the severity of their illness or injury to include loss of life, limb, or eyesight. Our mission is to provide world-class adult and pediatric emergency patient care, education, and training.
Location: First Floor, Medicine Clinic B
About us: We provide comprehensive adult care for patients over the age of 18. This includes disorders of the pituitary, adrenal, thyroid, and pancreas glands. Thyroid nodule fine needle aspiration biopsy is completed in our treatment room. We accept for long term care patients with type 1 diabetes and rare forms of diabetes, to include those utilizing insulin pumps. Patients with diabetes who have an A1C (a percentage of hemoglobin) persistently greater than 9% are also seen. The Diabetes Education Clinic is co-located with the Endocrinology Clinic, improving our ability to treat and monitor lifestyle modifications and manage diabetic patients. An active referral from primary care is needed for an appointment.
Location: First Floor, co-located with the Referral Management Center
Telephone: 937-257-5938, DSN: 787-5938
About us: We provide case management services; extended care health option program and respite services; family member travel screenings; and assist with assignment appeals, re-assignments, humanitarians and deferment actions.
Telephone: 937-257-4608 or 937-257-6429
About us: We help build healthier families and create more resilient and responsive communities. The programs center upon prevention and outreach, treatment, victim advocacy, and research. The New Parent Support Program is voluntary for expectant parents and families with children under the age of three. The program includes education, classes and home visitation services as needed. Family Advocacy Strength-Based Treatment is a voluntary program for couples and families who desire to improve 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.
About us: We provide non-emergent outpatient medical care to enrolled adult and geriatric beneficiaries 18 years of age or older. Services include treatment of acute illness and injuries, ongoing disease management, preventive services and physical exams. Enrolled beneficiaries may have their blood pressure checked when directed by their provider with no appointment necessary, Monday through Friday, 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. B12 and Depo-Provera injections are given Monday through Friday with no appointment necessary, 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m., by your assigned health care team. Depo-Provera injections are given between 11 and 13-week intervals. If it has been more than 13 weeks since your last injection, you must have a pregnancy test first. After a negative pregnancy test and meeting other criteria, you may receive your injection.
Location: Building 675, Area B, 2325 5th Street
About us: We offer the full range of acute, routine and preventive medicine.
About us: We provide multiple services to our TRICARE beneficiaries. These services include endoscopy with interventional capabilities and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP).
About us: We provide a complete line of surgical and sub-specialty care to include general, plastic and reconstructive surgery. We provide both inpatient and outpatient capabilities and work with the Wright State University residency program. Care is available to all eligible beneficiaries by referral.
Location: Wright Field Fitness Center, 2690 C Street, Building 571, Area B
Telephone: 937-904-9358, DSN: 674-9358
About us: We provide advice and education for nutrition, exercise, sleep optimization and stress reduction, and tobacco cessation. We also offer body composition measurement. Additionally, for active duty personnel we offer one-on-one appointment for the fitness improvement program.
About Us: This is a walk-in clinic. No appointment is needed. Active duty personnel have priority.
About us: We maintain medical readiness for worldwide contingency operation for 12 Critical Care Air Transport Teams and the Comprehensive Medical Readiness Program for all active duty medical technicians. We’re an eight-bed unit, with capabilities to remotely monitor 36 medical-surgical patients.
About us: We provide primary care for adult patients, primarily those with more complex medical problems. Commonly addressed issues are diabetes, hypertension, coronary disease, adjustment disorders, memory loss, and arthritis problems. Treatment can include prescription and non-prescription medications, as well as diet, exercise, and activity counseling.
Location: Building 830, First Floor
About us: We provide blood and other sample collection services. Glucose tolerance tests and semen analysis are offered by appointment.
Location: Specimen Collection, Building 830, Second Floor
Hours: 24/7, with on-call pathology support
About us: We provide pathology, laboratory testing and blood bank support for the Wright-Patterson Community. We are not authorized to provide results directly to a patient; patients may best access these by contacting their provider or accessing TRICARE Online.
About us: The Maternal Child Care Inpatient Flight is an eight bed unit with an additional bed for triage, two operating rooms and a neonatal treatment room. We support active duty, dependents, veteran beneficiaries and retirees. We care for a wide range of low-risk obstetrical patients and neonates. A partnership between the medical group and outside facilities allows for the seamless transfer of high-risk, preterm, and neonatal patients who require a higher level of care.
About us: This is a 40-bed unit. We provide care for a wide-range ailments and ages, and sees active duty personnel, dependents, retirees and Veteran’s Affairs beneficiaries. A partnership between our clinic and outside facilities allows for clinical training and the seamless transfer of high-risk patients who require more definitive treatment.
About us: We are here to answer questions and address any concerns regarding a patient’s medical record as well as to assist members with their medical records in and out-processing tasks. We provide copies of medical records for members who request them for instances to include but not limited to retirement, permanent change of station, and continuity of care when being referred for care off base.
About us: We serve active duty personnel through the delivery of behavioral health care services, including: individual counseling; group therapy, such as study skills and test anxiety, adjustment to the military, anxiety management, and sleep hygiene; psychoeducation; psychological assessment; testing; and medication management. Additional treatment services include an intensive outpatient program for those who may have additional needs beyond what can be offered in the traditional outpatient therapy sessions. These services are available to the adult beneficiary populations on a space available basis. This clinic also offers medication management for children and adolescents between five and 18 years old on a referral basis.
About us: We provide nephrology care to active duty, retirees, and dependents over age 18. This includes chronic kidney disease management, immune diseases that can affect kidney function, kidney transplant care, and management of anemia of kidney disease. We also perform 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring testing as well as management of elevated blood pressure in individuals who have resistant high blood pressure syndromes.
About us: We provide care to active duty members and adult beneficiaries for neurological disorders, including: headache; concussion; stroke; myasthenia gravis; epilepsy; dystonia; multiple sclerosis; and related disorders. Referrals can be generated through any provider, and outside referrals are also processed by the Referral Management Center.
About us: We offer the most up-to-date neurocognitive assessment for neurological disorders, such as dementia due to Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s Disorder, as well as cognitive assessment for traumatic brain Injuries. This service is available to the active duty population and other beneficiary populations on a space available basis. This service is by referral only.
Location: Basement Floor, Room BN10
Location: Building 830, Second Floor, Clinic side, Area A
About us: We offer routine women's care, wellness exams, and preventative treatment. In addition, we offer sub-specialty care including: reproductive endocrinology and infertility; gynecologic oncology; urogynecology; dysplasia; and surgery. Appointments for routine women's care may be booked online at TRICARE Online. Appointments for sub-specialty care require a referral from your primary care manager.
Telephone: 937-257-4809, option 2
About us: We provide a range of occupational health programs to promote the health of employees, medical guidance in health and safety, protection against health hazards, and facilitates medical care for injured or ill employees.
About us: Our services include: evaluations for upper-extremity dysfunction; post-operative hand surgery rehab; upper-extremity post-fracture rehab for range of motion and strength deficits; education and treatment of cumulative trauma and repetitive motion disorders of the hand and elbow; and education on computer workstation ergonomics. All new patients must be scheduled through the hospital Referral Management Office.
Location: Building 830, Second Floor, Clinic side, EENT section
About us: We are a consult service that cares for diseases of the eye and periocular region. Our primary surgical services include: cataract surgery with astigmatism correction and use of premium intraocular lenses; eyelid procedures; pterygium procedures; laser procedures; and corneal transplant.
Location: Second Floor, clinic side
About us: We offer routine eye care to active duty personnel and annual exams for diabetic beneficiaries between the age of five and 64.
Location: First Floor, Building 830
About us: We provide broad spectrum routine and urgent care for the musculoskeletal and neurological systems. Our clinic appointments are by referral only.
Location: Second Floor, Building 830
About us: We provide services on a referral-only basis. Care provided includes surgical evaluation and management of head and neck, ear, nose, sinuses, oral cavity and throat disorders.
Location: Basement Floor, Building 830
About us: We offer interventional pain management for chronic pain conditions not relieved by traditional therapy or other modalities. We currently only treat active duty personnel.
About us: We provide scheduled acute, chronic and preventive medicine care for patients newborn to 13 years old in our general pediatrics clinic, and ages 13 to 23 years old in our Adolescent Clinic. We have pediatric developmental, neurology and cardiology available by referral only. There are case management services for complex cases. Walk in appointments are available for suture removals, throat cultures and wart treatments if previously evaluated by a doctor. Weight checks are available as a walk-in when previously ordered by a provider. Patients may not see a provider for walk-in services.
About us: Patients can be seen for the following diagnoses: muscular-skeletal evaluation; orthopedic rehabilitation both pre-operative and post-operative, athletic injuries, modalities including cervical and lumbar traction, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, ultrasound, iontophoresis, electrical stimulation, hot and cold packs, muscle testing and rehabilitation training, specialized muscle strengthening, postural correction, range of motion exercises, mobilization of spine and extremity joints, and acute or chronic pain management. As well as advanced treatments to include trigger point dry needling, osteopathic manipulations and battlefield acupuncture.
About us: We conduct preventive medicine and communicable disease control, occupational health, food safety, deployment medicine, and disaster response programs.
About us: We provide pulmonary function tests, home oxygen evaluations, thoracentesis procedures, bronchoscopies and endo-bronchial ultrasounds.
About us: We provide diagnostic radiology, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine services.
Location: Third Floor, Room 3H13
About us: We provide high level respiratory care for all TRICARE beneficiaries. We perform breathing treatments, patient education on respiratory medication, arterial blood gases, and ventilator management for patients that are in respiratory and cardiac distress.
About Us: Patients can be seen for the following diagnoses: rheumatoid arthritis; systemic lupus erythematosus; inflammatory muscle disease; systemic sclerosis; crystalline arthritis; ankylosing spondylitis; vasculitis; and psoriatic arthritis. We manage chronic immunosuppressive medications, perform joint injections, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. Evaluation in clinic requires a referral from primary care provider.
About Us: We provide care to active duty members and adult beneficiaries for sleep disorders including sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, restless legs, shift work, and related disorders. Sleep studies performed include daytime or nighttime diagnostic polysomnography, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), bi-level, and adaptive servo ventilation (ASV) titrations, maintenance of wakefulness test (MWT), multiple sleep latency test (MSLT), and actigraphy. We are able to accommodate shift workers’ sleep schedules and have extensive experience with flight waivers through our support of the Aeromedical Consult Service. Referrals can be generated through any provider, and outside referrals are also processed by the Referral Management Center. New patient referrals are scheduled by the Referral Management Center or Appointment line.
Location: Building 803
Telephone: 937-257-9268 or 937-257-9269
About us: We offer the full spectrum of urologic care including the medical and surgical treatment of urologic cancers, urinary incontinence, benign prostatic hyperplasia, kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, infertility, and pediatric urologic conditions. Patients require a referral.
Telephone: 937-257-2020 or 937-656-0970
About us: We help reduce active duty personnel dependence on eyeglasses and/or contacts lenses using state-of-art excimer visx and advanced femtosecond lasers.