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90th Medical Group
6900 Alden Drive, Bldg 160
F. E. Warren AFB, WY 82005

Appointment Line: 307-773-3461

General Hours:

Normal medical treatment facility hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The MTF is closed on weekends, holidays and designated down days, as well as the third Thursday of each month for military and medical training. Information on changes to hours of operation may be heard on the automated phone tree 307-773-3461 and found on the 90th MDG Facebook page:

Note: During military delayed reporting, all appointments scheduled prior to the delayed report time will be cancelled and rescheduled by clinic personnel. If you do not receive a phone call, please contact our automated phone tree to access the appointment line to verify your appointment has been rescheduled. Also, if you are unsure if the MTF is affected by delays, please call the 90th MDG snow line at 307-773-7669 to verify.

Patient Handbook

Pharmacy Information

Location: Within the MTF across from Family Health

Automated Refill Telephone: 307-773-2330

Hours of Operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday

Closed weekends, holidays, designated family days and the third Thursday of each month

The pharmacy provides initial and refill prescription services for medications maintained on the 90th MDG formulary. Pharmacy peak wait times occur from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily and on days before and after federal holidays and training days. Wait times will be significantly reduced by visiting the pharmacy outside these peak hours.

All initial prescriptions must be activated in-person. To activate a prescription, use the kiosk system to get a ticket and wait for your number to be called.

The pharmacy has a mandatory refill request policy. Patients may request refills 24 hours a day on the automated refill line at 307-773-2330 or on Due to high prescription volume, refill requests will not be processed at the window. Refills are a two-business-day turnaround, not including the day the refill was requested. Thus, it is imperative you plan accordingly.

For more information, please check out the Pharmacy section in the 90th MDG Handbook.

After-Hours Care

If a TRICARE Prime beneficiary has a medical issue after business hours which cannot wait for the clinic to open the next duty day, care may be obtained by calling the Nurse Advice Line at 307-773-3461 and following the prompts. The 90th MDG has partnered with some local urgent care clinics to optimize continuity of care and the NAL will direct you to one of these clinics if they determine you must be seen (see Urgent Care information in the 90th Medical Group Handbook).

Currently, adult urgent care is only available until 9 p.m. If your medical issue is not urgent, you should make an appointment with your Primary Care Manager or talk to your PCM’s nurse about your condition the next duty day through the appointment line.

This is especially important for active-duty members, for whom communication with the Personnel Reliability and Assurance Program Clinic or the Flight Medicine Clinic and your PCM is essential for medical readiness. A referral authorization will be entered the next duty day to ensure your visit to urgent care meets TRICARE requirements.

Emergency care is available 24 hours a day at local hospitals for appropriate medical conditions.

Clinic Highlights

For more details and a complete list of clinics/services, check out our patient handbook!

Personnel Reliability Assurance Program: The Personnel Reliability Assurance Program Clinic provides care for personnel on the Personnel Reliability Program and with Arming and Use of Force status, with the exception of those who are on flying or special status.

The PRAP clinic provides routine, acute, preventive and wellness services, as well as minor surgeries. In addition to providing medical care, the clinic is responsible for reviewing all medical records for PRP certification.

Lastly, the clinic informs the certifying officials and commanders of any changes to a member's ability to arm or perform PRP duties. If a member needs to be evaluated in order to return to duty for PRP or AUoF or be evaluated after an Off-Base Appointment, they may come into the MTF between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. or between 1 and 2 p.m.

Flight and Operational Medicine Clinic: The Flight and Operational Medicine Clinic provides services and care for military members on flying/special operational duty status and their family members.

Services provided include routine care of acute illness and injury, minor surgery, preventive health care and counseling.

To book appointments for routine or follow up care, call the appointment line, or appointments can also be scheduled online at

Sick call hours, for active-duty FOMC patients only, are Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Please check in at the FOMC front desk by 8 a.m. to ensure timely care and aeromedical disposition.

Mental Health: The Mental Health Clinic is a full-service outpatient center which provides assessment and treatment of psychological problems, primarily for active duty members. Services for non-active duty adult TRICARE Prime beneficiaries are approved on a space-available basis. Services include counseling, psychiatric medication management, consultation with leadership and outreach.

Pediatric Clinic: The Pediatric clinic provides primary medical care to beneficiaries who are dependents of active duty members and retirees from birth to 17 years of age, by certified pediatric medical providers.

Services include diagnosis and treatment of acute illness, chronic disease management, pre-participation sports physical exams, developmental and behavioral evaluations, and preventive health care. Well-child evaluations are done at age 3 to 4 days, 2 weeks, 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15,18, 24, 30, and 36 months, and annually thereafter. Routine immunizations may be given in the immunization or pediatrics clinic.

To book appointments for routine or follow-up care, call the appointment line at 307-773-3461, or schedule online A pediatric nurse is also available, during duty hours, to provide medical advice via telephone regarding home care for minor conditions and illnesses.

If you have questions, call the appointment line, choose the "Book an Appointment" option, and request a consult with the pediatric nurse. Your call will be returned as soon as possible. After-hours care may be obtained by calling the Nurse Advice Line at 1-800-874-2273 and follow the prompts.

Family Health Clinic: The Family Health Clinic provides primary medical care to beneficiaries from birth to geriatric age for active duty family members and retirees and their family members.

The clinic consists of family medicine, pediatric and gynecology teams. Services include diagnoses and treatment of acute illness, chronic disease management, well-child care and adult physical exams, developmental and behavioral evaluation and preventive health care.

Gynecology care for female beneficiaries begins in the early teens and continues throughout life with routine and preventive screenings, family planning and birth control, diagnoses and treatment of routine gynecological problems, health promotion and patient education.

In addition to our primary care teams, there is a team of nurses assigned as disease managers to assist you with personalized chronic disease management, such as diabetes, asthma, and hypertension. Patient Centered Medical Home team nurses are also available during duty hours to provide medical advice via telephone regarding at-home care for minor conditions and illnesses.

If you have questions, call the appointment line at 307-773-3461, choose the "Book an Appointment" option, and request a consult with your nurse. Your call will be returned as soon as possible.