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Phone: 572-7418
Location: Building 15
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Services Provided
  • Pap smears, clinical breast exams, Colposcopy
  • Contraceptive counseling to include: Birth Control pills, Depo-Provera, IUDs, diaphragm, and initial consultation for sterilization
  • Counseling and evaluation for PMS, peri-menopause, menopause, abnormal bleeding, and infertility
  • Sexually transmitted disease counseling, evaluation, and treatment
  • Osteoporosis screening and education
  • Dysplasia monitoring and follow-up

Pregnancy Testing
  • Conducted on a walk-in basis Mon through Fri from 0900-1100 and 1300-1500. AD must wait for results on Fridays.
  • Conducted only when two weeks late for menstrual cycle.
  • Results will be phoned to patient within 24 hours. If positive, a consult will be entered for civilian OB care. Prenatal vitamins will be ordered and follow-up instructions given.
Prescription Refills
  • Refill appointments are available for Women's Health related medications only.
  • If refills are needed for other medications, then a refill appointment should be scheduled with you Primary Care Manager.

  • Patients are referred to Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center for screening mammograms. A clinical breast exam is recommended, but not required prior to the referral being placed.
  • If a patient finds something abnormal on her self-exam, she must be evaluated by her PCM who will order the referral for the mammogram or ultrasound.
  • The following are the recommended age groups/time frames to seek a mammogram:
  • At age 40
  • Every 1-2 years between ages of 40-50
  • Annually at age 50 and over
  • For high-risk women, baseline mammogram age 35, then annually


Obstetrical Authorization
  • Beneficiaries who become pregnant are given a referral to a civilian OB physician.
  • Referral is only for pregnancy-related care, including prenatal care, delivery, and six-week post partum visit.
  • TriWest generates an authorization and faxes it to the chosen provider.
  • This authorization is for pregnancy and pregnancy-related problems ONLY. Additional authorizations may be necessary if other care is needed during the pregnancy.

After Post Partum Visit
  • Any further GYN services will be handled by the MTF.
  • A new referral will be generated if a problem cannot be handled by the MTF.
  • Routine laboratory work should be performed at the 49th MDG.
  • Ultrasound studies will be done for medical necessity ONLY. Routine ultrasounds (e.g., determining sex) are not authorized under TRICARE.

  • Take the hospital birth certificate to the Military Personnel Flight as soon as possible after delivery to enter the newborn in DEERS.
  • You cannot enroll the baby in TRICARE Prime if he/she is not enrolled in DEERS. Bills for your baby's care will NOT be paid by TRICARE if the baby is not enrolled in DEERS.
  • After enrolling your child in DEERS, we encourage you to enroll your child in TRICARE Prime within 120 days.
  • If you enroll your baby in TRICARE ¬Standard or Extra, care at Holloman will be provided on a space available basis only.
  • Call the MTF as soon as possible to schedule a two week appointment.

Phone: 911 or 491-6788 or 491-6789
Hours of Operation: 24 hours, 7 days a week


To provide emergency ambulance response to the Holloman AFB population 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Maintain a 24/7 communication link with Security Forces Squadron, Command Post and Fire Department.

When to call for an ambulance

You must first recognize the difference between a true emergency and a minor problem. Know which symptoms to watch for. The following symptoms can be warning signs of a possible medical emergency:
  • Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath
  • Chest pain, pressure, or upper abdominal pain
  • Fainting
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness, or change in vision
  • Change in mental status (unusual behavior, confusion, difficulty arousing)
  • Sudden severe pain anywhere in the body
  • Bleeding that won't stop
  • Severe or persistent vomiting
  • Coughing up blood
  • Suicidal or homicidal feeling
NOTE: If in doubt, call 911.

Please have the following information readily available for the 911 operator
  • Location of emergency (street address/building number)
  • Call back phone number
  • Nature of emergency
  • Patient's name, approximate age, and pertinent medical history (if available)
  • Name of individual requesting ambulance response

Phone: 572-7938
Location: Building 854
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. BE has an on-call person assigned at all times who may be contacted through the Ambulance Response Element, the Fire Department or the Wing Command Post.

  • Our goals are to maximize wing readiness capabilities, promote a safe and healthy community and workplace environment, and enhance human resource development.
  • Provides occupational health and environmental surveillance services to Holloman AFB
  • Serves all active duty military personnel, and DoD civilians.

Services provided
  • Potable water surveillance
  • Gas mask fit testing
  • Lead-based paint surveillance
  • Construction project review
  • Non-Ionizing radiation safety
  • Indoor air quality surveys
  • Work Order Request (AF Form 332) review
  • Respiratory protection fit testing and training
  • Hazardous Material Request (AF Form 3952) authorization
  • Industrial hygiene surveillance
  • Environmental surveillance/protection
  • Aircraft incident response
  • Chemical spill response
  • The tasking during these responses include:
  • Health Risk Assessment to Incident Commander
  • Providing technical information regarding the materials involved
  • Accomplishing air, water and soil sampling
  • Quantifying potential worker exposures and safety risks ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations recommend proper personal protective equipment for response personnel

Phone: 572-3743 or 572-3744
Location: Building 20
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

To book an appointment, please call 572-3742. To cancel a dental appointment, you must contact the clinic at least two hours prior to your appt time.

After Hours Dental Emergency: 572-2778

Priority of Care
  • Active Duty Personnel (US & German AF)
  • Dependents of Active Duty (not enrolled in TRICARE Dental Plan (TDP) or areas not covered by TDP)
  • Retired Personnel
  • Dependents of Retired Personnel
  • Others in accordance with AFI 41-115
Services provided for active duty personnel

  • Examinations (same-day exam and cleaning appointments) scheduled through unit health monitors
  • Prophylaxis (cleanings) and Fluoride Treatments
  • Routine Restorative Dentistry (fillings)
  • Endodontics (root canals), Periodontics (gum disease)
  • Prosthodontics (crowns and bridge), Exodontia (tooth extraction)
  • Emergency Care (relief of pain; treatment of injuries, bleeding, infection, etc.)

Services provided for "other than active duty" personnel
  • These services include emergency treatment for control of pain, bleeding or swelling.
  • Treatment for control of pain, bleeding or swelling is not scheduled.

Phone: 572-3041/7091
Location: Building 15
Hours of Operation: 7:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Services Provided
  • Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic medical problems
  • Some gynecological services to include: acute GYN problems
  • Sexually transmitted disease counseling and evaluation
  • Weight management evaluations
  • Physical exams and Overseas clearances
  • Referrals to specialists for services that cannot be obtained at the 49 MDG
  • Profile management
  • Medical Evaluation Boards

Types of Procedures: (List not all-inclusive)
  • Wart removal/Freezing
  • Mole removal, Toenail removal
  • Biopsies and CryoTherapy
  • Pulmonary Function Test
Special Patient Instructions
  • Telephone consults for questions or concerns with your PCM or PCM nurse may be requested using the appointment line at 572-2778.
  • Showtime for your appointment is the same as your appointment time
  • For Active Duty: Any disposition paperwork such as quarters or convalescent leave from a provider other than an Air Force provider needs to be brought to their PCM for official determination of quarters, convalescent leave, etc.

Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP)
  • Available to all medical patients as part of overall health care.
  • The Behavioral Health provider is a psychologist or social worker with specialty training who works as a member of the Family Health Team.
  • BHOP provides brief, solution-focused interventions for emotional or behavioral problems associated with family or relationship difficulties, bereavement, excess stress, depression, anxiety, anger, or chronic pain.
  • Patients are seen directly in the Family Health Clinic; the BHOP does not provide additional psychotherapy or maintain separate mental health records.

Phone Number: 572-7985
Location: Building 15
Hours of operation: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Flyer only Sick Call
7 to 8 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m., Monday through Fridar. All appointments are scheduled by calling the clinic directly at 572-7985. Please arrive fifteen minutes early for scheduled appointments.

Summary of Services
  • Provides primary medical care for all personnel on flight or other special duty status and for their dependents over 18 years of age. This includes aircrew, air traffic controllers, space operators, 7th FS, and 8th FS. All medical needs of personnel on flight or other special duty status must be coordinated through the Flight Medicine Clinic.
  • Sick call is limited to acute problems or return to duty determinations for people on flying status.

Specific Services Include
  • Medical response to in-flight emergencies
  • Field response and triage during disaster response and mass casualties
  • Medical evaluation and investigation of aircraft accidents
  • Aeromedical evacuation clearance
  • Evaluation for maintenance and return to Special Operational Duty Status
  • Prevention and treatment of Decompression Sickness
  • Investigation and management of food-borne illness
  • Food facility sanitation and Industrial Hygiene evaluations
  • Medical evaluations for the Personnel Reliability Program (PRP)
  • Blood borne pathogen exposure (needle stick) management
  • Rabies prevention and prophylaxis
  • Medical clearance for respirator fit testing
  • Physical Exam Standards application
  • Preventive Health clinical services include:
  • Flight Physical Exams (Air Force initial flying and annual physicals. FAA-Exams only for personnel that are AD or their dependents enrolled in AeroClub)
  • Occupational Health Exams (initial, annual, and termination)
  • Incentive physicals (flight, altitude chamber, human centrifuge)
  • Initial clearance for personnel on Special Operational Duty Status
  • ROTC Commissioning physicals

Phone: 572-5785/5786
Location: Second Floor, Fitness Center
Hours of operation: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
Services include:

Health/Fitness Assessment
  • AF Annual Fitness Assessments: Daily by appointment only
  • Blood Pressure Screening: Walk-ins welcome
  • Population Health Analysis
Health/Fitness Improvement
  • Low Fat/Healthy choices cooking classes
  • Commissary Tours (How to read labels, how to shop smartly)
  • Healthy Living Workshop (HLP)
  • Body Composition Improvement Program I and II (BCIP I and II)
  • Physical Training Leader Course (PTL)
  • Pregnancy fitness prescriptions
  • Back to Basics course
  • Exercise prescriptions for personnel on profiles
Nutritional Counseling
  • Cholesterol classes and counseling
  • Diabetes classes and counseling
  • Personalized nutritional assessments
Health Promotion and Disease/Injury Prevention
  • Tobacco cessation: Weekly 1-hour classes offered (attend only 1)
  • Free Chantix, Wellbutrin, Nictotine Patch prescriptions available for AD, Dependents and Retirees.
  • Stress Management class - 1-hour class held monthly designed to help individuals effectively manage their stress
  • Squadron health briefings by request
  • Special programs for AF National Health Observances in conjunction with Population Health Function.

Phone: 572-7188
Location: Building 15
Hours Hours of operation: 7:30 to 11:45 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday

TB skin tests: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday; return 48-72 hours later to be checked.
*No TB skin tests the Friday before a Monday Holiday or on Wednesday if Friday is a Down Day. (Hours subject to change during exercises and deployments.)

What to bring to the immunization clinic
  • You must present your ID card and your Blue Third Party Collection Card (TPC) (for dependents ONLY), to the Immunization Clinic personnel to receive services.
  • A parent or legal guardian must accompany any child under age 18.
  • Bring overseas PCS clearances 30 days prior to departure from the base. Immunizations can/will be given upon notification of re-assignment or TDY when deemed necessary.

Immunization services provided
  • We are a full-service, "walk-in only" Immunization Clinic. Most vaccines are available on most days. Check-in requires your ID card, and Blue TPC Card patients are taken on a first-come, first-served basis (AD have priority on a case by case basis).
  • Vaccine information is provided in English and select other languages upon request.

Allergy services provided
  • The Holloman Allergy Clinic provides several allergy services. We perform prescribed skin testing and order allergenic extracts. Patients possessing military allergy extracts may have them administered by us.
  • Allergy hours are by appointment only. Please contact us at 572-7188.
  • Allergy patients must remain in the facility a minimum of 30 minutes following injections.

Phone Number: 572-7418
Location: Building 15
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Services Provided
  • Provides care for adult patients seen for acute and chronic medical conditions. Includes but not limited to: diseases of the heart, lung, gastrointestinal tract, kidney, and other multi-system problems.
  • If you have an emergency (Example: chest pain, difficulty breathing, uncontrolled bleeding, or loss of consciousness), please call 911.
  • The 49 MDG does not have an Emergency room. Walk-ins are not permitted.
  • Medication refills and reconciliations are provided by a Registered Nurse through the telephone consultation system. (Does not include Anti-psychotic medications or narcotics)
  • Please call in advance for all non-emergent appointments.

Type of Procedures
Procedures performed include, but are not limited to:
  • Spirometry Testing (Peak Flow test only, PFT's done at GCMC)
  • Cardiovascular (Heart) and blood pressure monitoring, including Holter Monitors, Event Monitors, Electrocardiogram, Chemical exercise stress tests, and 24 hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring.
  • Exercise treadmill test (low risk only)
  • For medication renewals, please call or schedule an appointment to see your PCM in at least two weeks before your medication supply runs out. This is your responsibility.
  • For their own safety, and due to multiple subspecialists seeing and changing medications for the patient, all patients must carry a list of their current medications and known drug allergies.
  • The list should include the medication's name, dose, how long you have been taking the medication, and who prescribed it.

Phone: 572-3568
Location: Building 15, Room 406
Hours of operation: 7a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
The laboratory is fully accredited by the College of American Pathologists.

Special Preparation Tests
  • Post-Vasectomy work-ups and Glucose Tolerance Test require an appointment or special instructions.
  • Lipid panel (Cholesterol, Triglyceride, HDL) test requires patients fast for at least 12 hours before the test. Please contact the laboratory for instructions on your test.
  • Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rates (ESR ) must be performed before 3 p.m.
  • Patients who need occult blood tests must follow a special diet prior to specimen collection. Report to the laboratory for the instruction list.

Phone: 572-5676
Location: Building 17
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

The Behavioral Health Element
Services include:
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Mental health evaluations and psychological testing
  • Educational classes covering the following topics: Healthy Thinking, Relaxation Skills, Anxiety Management, and Depression Management.
  • NOTE: Provision of services to Non-Active Duty members (i.e. retirees and family member) may be limited due to staffing availability. Family members will be able to receive services via BHOP and through Family Advocacy.
Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP)
  • Available to all medical patients as part of overall health care.
  • The Behavioral Health provider is a psychologist or social worker with specialty training who works as a member of the Family Health Team.
  • BHOP provides brief, solution-focused interventions for emotional or behavioral problems associated with enhancement of medical care, family or relationship difficulties, bereavement, excess stress, depression, anxiety, anger, or chronic pain.
  • Patients are seen directly in the Family Health Clinic; the BHOP does not provide additional psychotherapy or maintain separate mental health records.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Element
  • Program available to Active Duty members seeking substance abuse and/or relapse prevention treatment.
Services include:
  • Alcohol and drug assessment/evaluation.
  • Facilitation of inpatient treatment as needed.
  • Intensive outpatient treatment.
  • Education classes
  • Support groups.
The Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Services include:
  • Concerns about family violence
  • Counseling to resolve the problems associated with family violence.
  • Classes for: Men's Group, Women's Group, Anger Management, Stop Anger and Violence from Escalating (SAVE), and Therapeutic Parenting (TPP)
  • Prevention and secondary treatment services to include parenting classes, couples communication, and family/marital counseling
  • All referrals involving children either on or off base are reported to the New Mexico Children, Youth, and Families Department (CYFD). Reports of suspected abuse or neglect can be made directly to the CYFD statewide central intake hotline at 1-800-797-3260 or the FAP at 572-7061. The number for the local CYFD is 434-5950. Individuals can remain anonymous.
  • The Center of Protective Environment (COPE) is a shelter for victims of domestic violence that also offers counseling programs. Office: 909 South Florida, Hours: 9a.m. to 4 p.m., 24/7 Crisis Line 437-2673
The New Parents Support Program 
  • For parents who are expecting a child or have children up to three years of age.
  • Services include OB orientation, prenatal education classes, Basic Training for Moms and Dads, and parenting skills training.
  • Office/home visits can be scheduled with the Family Adv nurse and treatment manager
  • If you need assistance or questions, please contact our Outreach office at 572-5678.
Special Needs Identification and Assessment Coordination (SNAIC) Process
  • For family members (adult or child) who have special medical, educational or medically-related needs.
  • All families with a special needs member are to register in SNAIC.
Family Member Relocation Clearance (FMRC)
  • Coordinates overseas travel for family members
  • Coordinates reassignments and deferments
  • An appointment is necessary; call 572-7061
The Drug Demand Reduction Program
  • Military and Civil Service urinalysis program.
  • Program mission is to deter drug use.
  • Prevention education classes are offered to both the military and civilian communities.
  • If you have any questions for Drug Demand Reduction call 572-2187/2188

Phone: 572-3800
Location: Building 15
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Services Provided:
  • General visual and ocular health evaluations
  • Motor vehicle examinations
  • Military spectacle ordering and dispensing
  • Ocular health education
  • Air Crew Contact Lens Program
  • Corneal Refractive Surgery Program
  • Diabetic Eye Exams

  • Routine Eye Exams - Active Duty Only
  • Diabetic Eye Exams - All TRICARE Prime Enrollees
  • Acute Care - All TRICARE Prime Enrollees (There is limited availability for acute care problems, please call ahead.)
  • Appointments are made by calling 572-2778 option 2.

General Information:
  • Please bring as much as possible to your eye exam including glasses and contact lenses, along with your written prescriptions for each if you have them.
  • If you have been taking any eye drops, please bring those as well. It is also a good idea to bring sunglasses to wear in the event we need to dilate your pupils.

Phone: 572-3658
Location: Building 15
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Services Provided
  • Acute Care: Minor unexpected illness or injury requiring same-day attention.
  • Routine Visits: Initial visits for chronic conditions, specialty referrals, simple procedures (for example, wart removal, ingrown nails).
  • Child Health-Supervision Visits: Well baby visits (to include newborn care and infant care) and annual well child visits.
  • Follow Up Visits: ER visits, chronic conditions
  • Physicals: Sports and school physicals, CDC physicals
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD or ADD): ADHD initial evaluations and follow-ups (booked 3-4 weeks prior)
  • Pediatric services are by appointment only.

Self-Help Resources
  • Questions and concerns are always welcomed and can be answered by the Pediatric Clinic Nurse.
  • Appointments and status of referrals can be accessed after registering through www.triwest.com or www.tricareonline.com. All dependents will need separate log ins.
Web sites for parents

Main Pharmacy Phone: 572-7318
Prescription Refill Phone: 572-7045 (in the Alamogordo area)
(800) 843-4682 (outside Alamogordo area)
Location: Building 15
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

New Prescriptions
  • Prescriptions for non-controlled maintenance medications may be filled for up to a 90-day supply (based on provider discretion) and are refillable for up to one year of the original date written.
  • CONTROLLED PRESCRIPTIONS: Prescriptions for Schedule 3, 4 or 5 medications will be honored for 6 months from the date they were written with up to 5 refills. Prescriptions for Schedule 2 medications will be honored for 7 days from the date they were written. Providers are reminded to include their DEA number on all controlled prescriptions.
  • Medications not picked up within 7 duty days are returned to stock
  • Refills that have been returned to stock are not refillable through the call-in refill system; patients must speak with Pharmacy personnel to obtain the refill

Refill Prescriptions
  • Using the call-in refill system is MANDATORY for refilling.
  • Prescriptions called in will be ready in 2 duty days.
  • Patients can also refill their prescriptions through TRICARE online at www.tricare.mil

TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy
  • Get a 90-day supply of your medication delivered right to your mailbox for the same price as a 30-day supply filled at a network pharmacy.
  • Co-pay of $3 for generic brands and $9 for name brands or $22 for non formulary for all enrollees except Active Duty. There is no co-pay for Active Duty.
  • Available to all eligible beneficiaries.
  • Information flyers available at TRICARE Service Center or call 1-866-DoD-TMOP (1-866-363-8667) for more information.

Phone: 572-2778
Location: Building 15
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Preventive Health Assessment (PHA): PHA's are mandatory appointments for all Active Duty members that can be cancelled or rescheduled by a supervisor. Remember to complete the online portion or our appointment cannot be completed.

No shows will be notified to First Shirt and commander


Phone Number: 572-7230
Location: Building 14, directly behind the main clinic building
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Accessing Care
  • Provides care for active duty personnel and on a case-by-case basis for dependents and retirees.
  • Patients must have a referral from their PCM or civilian provider.
  • After seeing the PCM, a consult will be sent to Physical Therapy and the patient will be called, or the patient may call the Physical Therapy Clinic if they have any questions.
  • If the patient requires care beyond the scope of care/capabilities of the Physical Therapy Clinic, he/she will be referred to a local network provider.

Services Provided
  • Diagnosis and treatment of acute musculoskeletal disorders
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Sports injury rehabilitation and prevention
  • Exercise prescriptions to enhance the healing process
  • Preventive healthcare and health promotion activities
  • Initial appointments will be booked through the appointment line. Follow-up appointments will be booked only when they are required by the therapist.
  • Please wear appropriate attire for your appointment, i.e., exercise clothing
  • Please arrive 10 minutes early for your appointment
  • Please do not bring children to your appointment

Phone: 572-3306
Location: Building 15
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

  • To prevent disease, disability, and premature death.
  • To support the entire Holloman Air Force Base community and work closely with numerous base agencies and the Alamogordo Health Department.
  • Public Health encourages visits to the office, and encourages you to ask any questions you may have.

Services provided
  • Communicable Disease Prevention & interventions
  • Epidemiology studies (rabies, STDs, TB, hepatitis, etc)
  • Patient education, Clinic Employee Health Program
  • Ensure compliance with CDC Treatment Guidelines
Deployment/Travel Medicine
  • Deployment processing for all deploying personnel
  • Travel medicine for all beneficiaries
  • Briefings for all personnel deploying to real-world tasking or exercises, and for other travelers (retirees, dependents, contractors, etc.)

Occupational Health
  • Occupational Health exams
  • Hearing protection fittings for Hearing Conservation Program
  • Occupational Health education:
  • Assist shop supervisors with HAZCOM training materials
  • Hearing conservation
  • Specific hazards
  • Occupational illness surveillance
  • Individualized Active Duty and DoD employee pregnancy education

Food/Public Facility Sanitation
  • Conduct sanitary inspections of all base food and public facilities
  • Provide food handler education
  • Inspect selected off base establishments when warranted
  • Inspection of operational rations
  • Investigate all food recalls
  • Response to customer complaints regarding food matters

Phone: 572-5150
Location: Building 15, Room
Hours of Operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

There is no radiologist on staff. X-rays are performed by the diagnostic imaging technologists and sent electronically to a radiologist at Travis AFB for interpretation.
  • All diagnostic imaging exams must be ordered by a medical provider.
Services include
  • Routine exams of the chest, extremities, sinuses, or abdomen. Routine exams are provided on a walk-in basis after clinician has entered the order.
  • All computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine scans, mammography, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, and MRIs are performed at a network facility or William Beaumont Army Medical Center as arranged by the patient's PCM.
  • Examination results will be discussed between the patient and his/her PCM.

Phone Number: 572-7091
Location: Building 15, co-located with Family Health Clinic
Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday

Accessing Care
  • Patients must have a referral from their PCM.
  • A referral will be entered by the PCM and patients will be called or the patient may call the Tele-dermatology technician to make an appointment. The PCM may also see if the Tele-dermatology technician is available when the patient is in clinic to avoid having the patient come back.
  • Patients will see a technician who photographs the dermatological problem and asks questions about the dermatological problem. The information is securely sent electronically to contracted dermatologists.
  • A dermatologist will respond with recommended treatment or indicate if patient should see a dermatologist in person based on their findings
  • All patients seen from the Family Health Clinic make a follow up appointment with the PCM prior to leaving from the Tele-dermatology visit. All other clinics referring to Tele-dermatology review the Tele-dermatology consults and make follow up appointments with patients as needed to discuss results and other options.