• Not approved: TRICARE Urgent Care Clinics

    Ogden Care Clinic facilities are no longer approved Urgent Care Clinics for TRICARE beneficiaries. Patients seeking care at these facilities will receive a Point of Service bill. Please see above for an updated list of approved/unapproved UCC facilities within 40 miles of Hill AFB. Approved clinics

  • Spring travel? TRICARE goes with you

    If you’re planning a trip this spring, remember that TRICARE travels with you. Whether traveling stateside or overseas, make sure you know what to do in case you or your loved ones become sick or injured on vacation. Learn the rules for getting care and costs associated with your TRICARE health

  • FEDVIP is coming: Get to know dental and vision plans today

    The TRICARE Retiree Dental Program (TRDP) ends on Dec. 31, 2018. Beginning in 2019, dental and vision plans will be available through the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP). Now is a good time to become familiar with FEDVIP options.

  • Urgent care made easy for civilian TRICARE Prime beneficiaries

    Referrals for civilian urgent care visits are no longer needed as of Jan. 10, 2018, for TRICARE Prime beneficiaries. Beneficiaries may seek care at an urgent care center without a referral and point of service charges no longer apply if seen without a referral.

  • TRICARE enrollment restored following planned system maintenance

    The ability of TRICARE beneficiaries to enroll or change enrollment has been restored following a planned system maintenance. If you filed enrollment applications or primary care manager (PCM) changes during the freeze by mail or phone, regional contractors are now processing those applications. If