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Family Health Clinics
Specialty Care Clinics
Dental Clinic (AD ONLY)
Mental Health & ADAPT (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment)
Radiology (X-Ray, Mammogram, Ultrasound, & CT Services)
Laboratory (DOES NOT GIVE OUT TEST RESULTS)
Referral Management Center (RMC)
HAWC/Nutritional Medicine/BE WELL-FIT
**To ensure the continued safety and privacy of our patients, all beneficiaries will be required to have the military ID or a black and white copy of the patient's military ID in order to process or pick up prescriptions. If you will be dropping off OR picking up for someone else, you MUST have that person's military ID card OR a black and white copy (front and back of ID) of the military ID. We also ask that you bring a list of the medications you are picking up as this will expedite the process and limit confusion at the pick-up window. If you do not have access to a copy machine, please kindly ask one of our technicians the next time you are dropping off a prescription to make a copy of a military ID.
Ancillary and Administrative Services
Beneficiary Advisory Counselor and Assistance Coordinator (BCAC)
Exceptional Family Member Program
New Parent Support Program
Family Advocacy Program
Emergency Care and Ambulance Services
Phone: 9-1-1 for an emergency
The Davis-Monthan Fire Department, and Ambulance Service personnel along with Tucson Emergency Medical Service (EMS) respond to all 911 calls on Davis-Monthan AFB. Transport decision to the nearest emergency room will be made by the EMS system. To follow-up with your provider after you have been in an emergency please call (520) 228-2778 (APPT).
You do not have to get Pre-Authorization from the Nurse Triage Line to go to the emergency room (ER) to save you or your family members Life, Limb, or Eyesight.
After Hours Care
When the Davis-Monthan Clinic closes for the day, there will always be an on-call medical or dental provider who can be reached by calling the appointment line at (520) 228-APPT (2778). Your call will be connected to our Nurse Triage Night Service when choosing Option #1. The nurse will give you home care instructions and let you know when you need to see a provider based on your symptoms. If you are told to be seen in 24 hours or less you will be asked which Tricare approved Urgent Care Facility you will utilize.
As a reminder, after the Nurse Triage tells you to go to an Urgent Care or ER, you will need a referral from Davis-Monthan Clinic for billing purposes for any urgent care, so ensure you call 228-2778 as soon as possible during duty hours to let the clinic know: WHEN, WHERE, and WHAT your symptoms where and if you need any follow-up care.
*Note: Midnight you can log onto Tricare Online or Call the Clinic at 0630 to get an appointment at the clinic if told to be seen in 24-72 hours of your Nurse Triage.
- Flyers - call 228-7400 to reach the on call Flt Surgeon
TRICARE's breast pump policy effective July 1
TRICARE's breast pump policy was recently updated to include coverage of breast pumps and supplies, and breastfeeding counseling. These supplies and services will be retroactively covered as of Dec. 19. For additional details, click here.
Learn About Secure Messaging
Learn about MiCare -MiCare is a web-based tool that will enable you to communicate securely and privately with your health care team.
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