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Occ Med Clinic Hours: Located in Bldg 3334
7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday-Friday
Closed 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Third Wednesday of each month for Mandatory Readiness Training
Phone: 734-3421, option 5
Audiology Clinic Hours: Located in Bldg 3334
7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday
Occupational Medicine Flight (OMF)
OMF provides diagnosis and treatment for occupational injuries and illnesses, treatment as prescribed by private physicians, and/or immunization service. Occupational Medicine Clinic consists of: Acute Care Clinic, Physical Examination Clinics, Outpatient Medical Records Section and Audiology Clinic.
Acute Care Clinic: Interview employees on return-to-work and make recommendations regarding duty limitations during recuperation periods following illnesses. OMF provide for diagnosis and treatment of occupational injuries and/or illnesses and is also required to treat non-occupational injuries is to enable employee to remain on the job. OMF provides urgent or one-time treatment for non-occupational injuries and/or illnesses with referrals to private physicians when indicated. The purpose of treating non-job-related minor illnesses is to enable the employee to remain on the job
Physical Exams: OMF performs a variety of physical examinations, which include pre-placement, periodic occupational examinations, and disability retirements. OMF provides assistance and advice, and coordinates with appropriate personnel from the Civilian Personnel Division concerning compensation cases, on-the-job evaluations, and the results of physical examinations for medical placement.
Medical Worksite Visits (MWSV): Required to perform MWSV to hazardous and potentially hazardous shops to detect risk factors and assist supervisor in the maintenance of a healthy work environment. OMF also provides assistance with a variety of preventative medicine programs, with the goal of ensuring the health and wellness of the working population through the identification and control of potential health risks.
Medical surveillance: Care of on duty injuries and illnesses. Case management: closely tracked complex cases; also required to surveillance occupational injury and illness.
Audiology Clinic: The Audiology Clinic is located in Bldg 3334, phone 734-3307, and is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The primary focus of the Audiology Clinic is to manage the Hearing Conservation Program. Services include annual hearing test and follow-up evaluations. Diagnostic Audio logical Evaluations and Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) evaluations are available with appropriate referral. Services are available to all Active Duty Members and to civilian employees routinely exposed to hazardous noise. Services are also available, on a limited, space-available basis, to Active Duty family members ages 5 through adult and to retirees and their dependents. Hearing aid fittings and maintenance are not authorized for Tinker AFB.
Deployment/Travel Medicine: All deploying military and civilians must be medically cleared through Force Health Management (room G-101) and receive a preventive medicine briefing. Walk-in deployment clearance times are Monday & Friday 8 -11 a.m. plus Tuesday and Thursday 8-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Persons traveling overseas who wish to know required/recommended immunizations and preventive medicine measures can visit Force Health Management Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Medical Clearances for PCS, Security & Cross-Training: These processes all begin with dropping paperwork at Force Health Management. Paperwork can be dropped off and picked up Monday through Friday 7 a.m.-4 p.m.