Location: 78th Medical Group, 655 Seventh Street, Building 700, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia 31098
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
*Hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; closed the second and fourth Thursday of every month from 12 to 4:30 p.m. for training, as well as Federal holidays and AFMC Family Days. Hours may vary by clinic. Please refer to your specific clinic for hours of operation.
The 78th Medical Group supports the war and peacetime mission of the 78th Air Base Wing, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, and 54 associate units representing five Major Commands. Our mission is to provide ready Airmen, Trusted Care, and operational support to all we serve. The Group is a diverse military healthcare facility with 407 personnel assigned to three squadrons providing healthcare for over 47,000 military and civilian personnel.
Additionally, the 78th MDG has the second largest Occupational and Bioenvironmental operations in the Air Force supporting base operations and 22,000 personnel. The 78th MDG is accredited by The Joint Commission and fully supports medical readiness for 6,500 military personnel.
The 78th Aerospace Medicine Squadron (AMDS) enables combat power through disease prevention, medical intervention, occupational and environmental health programs and preparation for medical contingencies. A staff of approximately 150 healthcare professionals organized into seven flights provide medical services to nearly 30,000 personnel and their families. This is accomplished through integrated health care and prevention through Flight Medicine clinic, Public Health, Bioenvironmental Engineering, Optometry clinic, Dental clinic, Hearing Conservation and Occupational Medicine Services clinic activities.
The 78th Medical Support Squadron (MDSS) supports healthcare delivery by managing a group budget of $23 million a year and manpower programs for 407 staff members. The managed care program supports an enrollment population of 47,000 beneficiaries amounting to over 76,000 clinical and ancillary visits each year. The squadron consists of 12 sections combined into seven flights providing personnel and administration, resource management, TRICARE Operations and Patient Administration, medical readiness, information management, pharmacy, diagnostic imaging, laboratory, and logistics which includes medical equipment repair and facility management.
The 78th Medical Operations Squadron (MDOS) provides comprehensive primary care and limited referral and space-available subspecialty care to TRICARE-enrolled patients at the medical group. The squadron is comprised of several flights: Family Health, Mental Health, Physical Therapy, Immunizations, Pediatrics, and Women's Health. They have a combined strength of over 100 assigned personnel. Available services include: behavioral health, family advocacy, family medicine, immunization, mental health, pediatrics, primary care, substance abuse counseling and therapeutic exercise. Combined, these clinics average more than 2,600 patient visits per month totaling approximately 31,000 visits per year.