35th Medical Support Squadron

Location: Unit 5024, Bldg 99, 1st Fl
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday

The Clinical Laboratory Flight is a limited service laboratory performing basic testing within the subspecialties of Chemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, Microbiology, Urinalysis, Blood Bank, and Serology. Specialized tests, histopathology, and cytology specimens are shipped outside the facility to military and civilian reference laboratories. The Clinical Laboratory Flight provides support to MDG outpatient clinics and eligible beneficiaries. All laboratory tests must be requested by a privileged health care provider.

Contact Number: 226-6030

Clinic Leadership/Clinic Patient Advocate/Contact Information:

Clinical Laboratory Flight Commander: 226-6034
Clinical Laboratory Superintendent: 226-6472
Clinical Laboratory Services, NCOIC: 226-6030

Patient Advocate Contact Number: 226-6472

Important Notes: The laboratory does not provide results directly to patients. You can get your lab results by contacting the ordering clinic or you can request copies of your results from the Patient Administration/Release of Information department.

Outpatient Records/PRP/MEB

The 35th Medical Group Outpatient Records section is located next to the pharmacy on the first floor of the base hospital. Please visit us for any questions regarding medical records or Release of Information. Patients are authorized to receive one copy of their entire medical record at no charge. Requests may be made at the Medical Records Section and will be available within 30 duty days of receipt of the request.

Feel free to contact us at 226-6651 for any questions regarding these services.

Location: 35th Medical Group, Building 99, Independence Blvd
Phone: 226-6607 (DSN 315-226-6607)
Refill Phone: 226-6194
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday

Cough and Cold Clinic Hours: 8:30 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. 

The pharmacy provides inpatient and outpatient pharmacy services to all active duty members of the US Armed Forces, retired military, dependents and surviving spouses. There is no charge for prescriptions filled by the base pharmacy; military identification is required to verify eligibility.

Prescriptions other than those for controlled medications are valid for one year from the date they were written. Scheduled III-V controlled medications are valid for six months and scheduled II controlled medications are only valid for the first fill.

Prescription refills must be called in using the Pharmacy's automated telephone refill system at 226-6194. Patients should have the following information on-hand when calling in a refill: sponsor's last four numbers of the social security number and prescription number.

If the prescription is out of refills, invalid, or is too early to fill the refill line will not accept the refill request.

Due to limited space, the pharmacy can only hold prescriptions for seven duty days from the time the medication was activated.

In addition to the base pharmacy, all beneficiaries are eligible to utilize
TRICARE Home Delivery for prescriptions taken on a regular basis. Up to a 90-day supply with 3 refills is authorized for most medications. Please visit www.express-scripts.com/TRICARE for more information and fees.