Hill's Medical Group makes changes to clinic locations
75th Medical Group
/ Published May 19, 2020
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah --
The 75th Medical Group is implementing some adjustments to its physical layout, effective May 18. The adjustments are focused on consolidating the medical support services which are required to meet our operational readiness missions.
The changes are the last part of an Air Force initiative that began in July 2019 to increase the overall readiness of the Air Force active-duty military members.
Four main areas will be affected by the move: Flight Medicine & Warrior Clinic, Medical Evaluation Board office, Family Health Clinic, and Behavioral Health Optimization Program.
The Flight Medicine & Warrior Clinic and MEB office will be located in the front of the main clinic (currently Family Health) and will treat all active-duty personnel.
“This realignment of services will help to improve communication and ultimately be more efficient for those active duty patients who have to visit multiple clinic areas to complete operational readiness requirements,” said Col. Mark Cleveland, 75th MDG commander.
Primary care for all of non-active duty beneficiaries (the families of service members, military retirees and their families) will be provided at the Family Health Clinic. The new location of Family Health will be next to the Women’s Health and Pediatrics Clinics (currently the Flight Medicine Clinic). The Behavioral Health Optimization Program will also move to this area.
“We will continue to provide the same care, just in different locations tailored to better meet the needs of the mission and our different patient populations,” Cleveland said.
The clinic is continuing single-point of entrance at the front of the clinic for the time being and patients can expect to see temporary signs inside the clinic to assist them with navigating the new locations.
For a chart representing the new clinic locations, click here.