Warrior Operational Medicine Clinic (WOMC)
As one of Joint Base Andrews Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) clinics, the WOMC is comprised of two clinical teams: Owls and the Eagles, directly supporting active duty non-flyers.
Each clinic team has three board certified provider PCMH teams assigned with a mix of:
- Physician Assistants
- Nurse Practitioners
- Medical Technicians both Active Duty and Civilian
We aim to improve the health of our Active Duty population by providing safe, timely, and evidence-based healthcare. Our primary care services focus on prevention and screening, as well as, treating illness.
Our Warrior Operational Medicine clinic directs assessment, management and coordination of acute and preventative medical care, promotes telehealth services, initiates specialty referrals/emergency transfer, performs minor surgical procedures, and provides initial diagnosis, imaging, labs, and medication administration/refill.
- Gynecologic Care (well women’s exam and IUD/ Nexplanon placement)
- Behavioral Health Consultant
- Clinical Pharmacist
- Patient Education
- Disease Management
We also provide case management for special populations at highest risk of adverse outcomes and utilization.
Sick call is available for acute health concerns occurring within 72 hours. Walk-in hours are between 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. Personnel must check in by 8:00 a.m.
Personnel experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (i.e. cough, congestion, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, body aches, fever, chills, loss of taste or smell) must have a negative COVID-19 test within 7 days of onset of symptoms, If not, you may be deferred to the COVID-19 testing site. To schedule a COVID-19 test visit: https://covidtest.sparkxcell.com
Please note: sick call is not for med-refills, administrative paperwork, profiles, referrals, or lab requests.
Check-in for walk-in services begins at 8:00 a.m. and goes until 11:00 a.m. and starts again at 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. We see you for the following issues for walk-in services:
- Adult Upper Respiratory Infection
- Adult Sore Throat
- Blood Pressure
- Women Dysuria**
- Pregnancy Test**
- Provider Prescribed Injections (Depo-Provera, B-12, Testosterone)
- STI Check**
- Suture Removal
- Wart Removal Re-treat/ Repeat Visit
**Can be completed over the phone
All non-acute conditions will be given an appointment with their PCM. Adult Upper Respiratory Infection symptoms cannot be present for more than 10 days
Telephone Consult (TCON)
Telephone consults are requests that can be completed without an appointment. These are not be confused with virtual appointments. Providers review TCON and determine the best action needed to grant the request.
Once a TCON is placed, the provider has 3 business days to respond. Administrative documents may take up to 10 business days for completion. A nurse or technician will contact the patient with the provider’s response.
Active duty members must have clinic coordination and Unit Commander approval prior to scheduling or receiving surgery. Elective surgery is defined as non-emergent surgery at the member’s expense performed by a civilian or military physician and is not covered by health insurance.
To begin coordination contact the Beneficiary Counseling and Assistance Coordinator
Annual Periodic Health Assessment
Annual periodic health assessments (PHA) are completed by different clinics for each service.
- Air Force: PHA requirements will be completed by BOMC
- Army: Periodic Health Assessment Questionnaire (PHAQ) MUST be completed through MEDPROS prior to scheduling an appointment.
- Navy: Periodic Health Assessment Questionnaire (PHAQ) MUST be completed through Navy PHA Portal prior to scheduling an appointment.
- US Public Health Services: MUST complete DD Form 2807-1 and DD Form 2808 prior to scheduling an appointment.
- Medical Clearance/SHPE/Medical Evaluation Board
- COVID-19 Vaccine, Exemptions, and/or Waivers
- COVID-19 Testing
- COVID-19 testing is available Monday through Friday for symptomatic and asymptomatic/surveillance tests. Report to the COVID clinic on the first floor of the garage. Test results are available within 2-3 business days and posted on the TRICARE Online Patient Portal.
- Medical Clearance
- To initiate a medical clearance for retraining, PCS clearance for active duty personnel, special duties, profiles, such as 469 or 422, security clearances and PME 422s. MSME is also responsible for the coordination of the Separations History Physical Exam program, as well as the Airman Medical Readiness Optimization Board (AMRO Board, formerly called the DAWG), and the Medical Evaluation Board process.