Location: Building 4408, First Floor
Telephone: DSN 315-225-8864 or 2254- 8801
About us: We offer vaccine services for active duty, retirees, and family members to include deployment and travel vaccines. Walk-in services are provided during normal business hours for routine vaccines. Please see public health prior to immunizations for required vaccinations for foreign travel. The Allergy Clinic is by primary care manager referral only and offers initial allergy consulting, aeroallergen testing, immunotherapy treatment, and pulmonary function testing. To learn what vaccine you may need before traveling abroad visit the CDC's Travelers' Health page; individuals may also contact public health or primary care manager.
Location: Building 4408, Third Floor
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: DSN 315-225-5678
About us: We provide services including comprehensive hearing evaluations, balance evaluations, auditory evoked potentials, otoacoustic emissions, also known as infant hearing screenings, and hearing aid services. Patients must be referred by their primary care manager and are seen by appointment only.
Telephone: DSN 315-225-8864
About us: We offer complete evaluation and treatment of all types of skin disorders, both medical and minor surgical. Other than removal of small skin tumors and moles, cosmetic surgery is not generally performed. Appointments are automatically booked by our clinic after referral from the primary care manager and prioritized by the date the consult was placed or by the urgency of the condition.
About us: Primary Care is comprised of Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Behavioral Health. We offer acute, routine, and behavioral health services to active duty personnel, dependents and retirees. We also offer these services to non-enrolled patients on a space available basis.
About us: We serve flying, special operations, selected non-flying personnel, and their families. We also schedule occupational health exams, separation and retirement physicals, initial flying class physicals, and enlistment physicals.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We offer a wide range of services including diabetes management, Coumadin management, and stress tests to adult military beneficiaries and Department of Defense civilians. Appointments are by consultation from your primary care manager only.
Location: Building 1585, Second Floor, east side annex behind the fire station
About us: The Mental Health flight includes the Mental Health clinic, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program, and the Family Advocacy Program. We offer a wide range of services to include counseling; prevention classes, briefings and seminars; medication management and educational and therapy groups.
Location: Building 4408, First Floor, Room A041
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 12:45 to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: DSN 315-225-9627
About us: We provide routine and specialty women’s health care to active duty, dependents, and TRICARE Prime and Standard enrollees. Other patients are seen on a space-available basis. All initial appointments for services require a consult from the primary care manager. Primary care managers can provide most acute and routine gynecologic care. If a provider cannot provide the care requested, they may send a consult to this clinic. Gynecological surgical procedures offered include tubal ligation, laparoscopy, hysterectomy, urinary incontinence and prolapse surgery, and basic infertility care. Obstetrical services include care for all routine patients. High-risk patients are handled on a case-by-case basis and are often transferred to an appropriate facility.
About us: We diagnose and treat vision and ocular disorders. Patients with acute eye problems may call us during normal duty hours or go to Urgent Care after duty hours; all others must make appointments during regular duty hours. Ordering new glasses, or adjusting and repairing current glasses, will be provided on a walk-in basis during open hours. The Optometrist can update contact lens prescription only if the patient brings in their current contact lenses and any one of the following: the contact lens boxes or blister packs, a copy of the previous contact lens prescription, or the previous contact lens information that is already documented in the medical record. Patients must wear their contact lens to the exam and bring their glasses. New contact lens fittings are not available due to limited appointment availability. Ophthalmology services are provided by the Yokosuka Naval Hospital or local Japanese hospitals. Ophthalmology appointments are by referral only.
Telephone: DSN 315-225-8864, option 2, 2
About us: Full scope diagnosis and treatment of all oral maxillofacial conditions is available to eligible beneficiaries. Patients must have a referral from their primary care provider or examining dentist.
Location: Building 4413, First Floor
Telephone: DSN 315-225-3575
About us: We provide services on a referral-only basis. New referrals can be placed after a clinical visit with you primary care manager or the Urgent Care, and may be scheduled by calling the above telephone number. Care provided includes musculoskeletal evaluation; various joint/tendon injections; arthroscopic procedures of the knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow and wrist; treatment of fractures of the extremities; nerve entrapment release; and tendon repair. This clinic has limited care for pediatric, trauma, and oncologic orthopedics. The clinic does not treat spinal conditions and does not perform joint reconstruction.
Location: Building 4408, Third Floor, co-located with Audiology and General Surgery
About us: We provide complete evaluation and treatment of diseases of the head and neck in both adults and children. This includes sinus and nasal problems, ear problems, voice problems, limited facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and cancer of the head and neck. Patients must be referred by their primary care manager and are seen by appointment only.
About Us: We provide well baby care and treatment of childhood illnesses and other conditions on an outpatient basis, 18 years old and below. Limited inpatient care is provided at the hospital. Routine outpatient appointments are usually available within 5 to 7 days or sooner if the child's condition is acute. Urgent conditions should be brought to the Urgent Care clinic. Well baby appointments are provided at one week, two weeks, two months, four months, six months, nine months, 12 months, 15 months 18 months and 24 months and then annual well child checks from age 2. Note: The child who has the pediatric appointment should be the only child to enter the clinic due to sick children transmit contagious diseases to well children very quickly, it is difficult to effectively manage a clinic if it becomes overcrowded with children, and a hospital can be a dangerous place for an unattended child. A child’s appointment time requires important communication between the parent and the physician. This important element can often be hindered if the parent is simultaneously minding other children.
About Us: Services are prioritized to active duty members and post-surgical patients. Active duty \dependents may be seen under space available appointments and must have a referral from their primary care manager. We provide professional rehabilitative care for musculoskeletal dysfunction, injury and trauma, and post-operative patients. Services include exercises, modalities, conservative trauma care, patient and family information, specialized therapeutic programs and preventative intervention.
Location: Building 4408, First Floor, Room C048
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Location: Building 4408, Third Floor, Room 307
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: DSN 315- 225-5034
About us: We provide pre-operative and post-operative care covering six surgical specialties. Anesthesia provides 24/7 coverage for labor and delivery emergency surgery and Urgent Care support.