The 28th Medical Group provides outpatient medical care to active-duty members and their families, as well as retired personnel and their families. The medical professionals provide a wide range of services and programs designed to ensure good health and wellness for those they serve, including primary care via the family health, pediatrics and flight medicine clinics, women's health clinic, optometry clinic, dental clinic, physical therapy clinic, allergy and immunizations clinic, mental health clinic, public health clinic and Health and Wellness Center.
Additional ancillary medical services are provided through the pharmacy, laboratory, and radiology departments. The 28th MDG also provides veterinary services for routine vaccinations and treatment of minor illnesses for dogs and cats belonging to active-duty and retired military personnel through the veterinary clinic located across the street from the clinic.
The two squadrons that make up the 28th MDG are the 28th Medical Support Squadron and the 28th Medical Operations Squadron. The 28th MDG is closed for readiness training from 12:00 to 4:30 p.m. every third Wednesday of the month.
Importance of DEERS: Much of the Military Health System's information concerning active-duty members, retirees, and their families is retrieved from the Defense Enrollment Eligibility and Reporting System maintained by the Military Personnel Element. Verify this information is accurate and up-to-date to ensure referrals and other health-related correspondence is sent to you in a timely manner -- personnel should review their DEERS information for accuracy every three months.