TRICARE ONLINE The TRICARE Online system features secure access to beneficiary appointments, prescriptions, and personal health data. To register go to www.tricareonline.com click on the "Register Now on TOL" link located under the Login area on the Home page. From there, follow the instructions to complete your account registration.
Monday through Friday, 0700 to 1700
Walk-in Hours 0700 to 1700
For after hour emergencies, please contact Ambulatory Services at (315)784-2500 or visit the Emergency Room.
Other services offered through the 51st Medical Operations Squadron Mental
Mental Health treatmen for Active Duty, Retirees, dependents includes
evaluations, psych testing, and individual counseling.
Prevention classes and groups -Stress Management
-Front Line Supervisor Training
- Aerospace Medicine - Anesthesia
- Bioenvironmental Health - Dental Clinic
- Diagnostic Imaging - Emergency Services
- Force Health Management - General Surgery
- Health & Wellness Center - Health Assessment (PHA)
- Immunizations Clinic - Internal Medicine
- Laboratory Services - Medical-Surgical Inpatient
- Mental Health - Occupational Medicine
- Optometry Clinic - Orthopedic Surgery - Pediatric Clinic - Pharmacy
- Physical Therapy - Primary Care
- Public Health - Travel Medicine
- TRICARE Support - WIC Office
- Veterinary Clinic - Women's Health
51st Medical Group Leadership
Rawson Wood Commander
Leigh Swanson Deputy Commander
Chief Master Sgt.
Benjamin Winslow III Superintendant
51st Medical Group Squadron Commanders
Richard Wallen MDOS/CC
Alan Delos Santos AMDS/CC
David Mapes DS/CC
Alan Hardman MDSS/CC
Airman and Family Readiness Center
The Airman & Family Readiness Center is the service organization and focal point for Air Force Airmen and family matters. We serve all single and married Active Duty, DoD Civilian Personnel and their Eligible Family Members, to include Guard and Reserve Members while on Active Duty, other Eligible Uniformed Members, Military Retirees, and their Eligible Family members.
Air Force Aid Society The AIR FORCE AID SOCIETY is the official charity of the U.S. Air Force. It promotes the Air Force mission by helping "to relieve distress of Air Force members and their families and assisting them to finance their education". Through the years, AFAS has become increasingly effective in helping individuals with personal emergencies - as well as extremely useful when used by commanders to help solve personnel problems in their units. Click here to view and print the financial assistance form.
Employment Readiness The Employment Assistance service offers support to help customers achieve their short and long-term employment, education/training, and career goals. Employment skills counseling is provided to help customers with the challenges of job search, resume development, and interview preparation. The Airman & Family Readiness Center also offers a variety of skills development workshops/classes, self-assessment tools, and resources to help meet customer needs. Employment Assistance activities include:
· Individual Career Counseling and Assessment
· Career Planning
· Job Search Skills
· Career Change
· Intro to Resume and Cover Letter Class
· Resume Review
· Interest & Work Importance Inventory
· Federal Employment Workshop
Family Readiness The focal point for Osans' families in relationship to Air Force readiness provides assistance, education and information for family separation to ensure loved ones are staying connected. Program managers promote family preparedness through education, publication and participation in readiness support. Families are also provided assistance during extended absences of the military member, emergencies, and natural disasters.
Informational and Referral Connects individuals and families with the right resource on or off base to meet their specific needs.
Personal Financial Readiness Provides education, information, and individual counseling on a wide variety of financial matters. We provide one-on-one spending plan analysis and financial management counseling to identify financial concerns and assist in developing immediate and long range financial plans. Many workshops are presented on financial topics of interest to the Osan community.
Personal and Family Life Education Enhances force readiness by assisting customers develop and improve interpersonal competencies and social relationship skills. We provide prevention/enrichment education and consultation utilizing the Military Family Life Consultant and various classes and activities. MFLC classes are held each month with a variety of topics in the categories of Relationship Issues; Stress Reduction and Parent /Child Relations.
Relocation Assistance A variety of services are available for Team Osan and their eligible family members on the move:
-Operation Smooth Move -Base & Local Maps
-Civilian & Military Sponsorship Training (Classes & Web-Based)
-E-Sponsorship Application & training
-Team Osan Newcomers Orientation
-Home Buyer's Seminar
-Relocation Assistance Information
Discovery Center Lending library with over 100 titles on all aspects of job hunting, family & life education available for two week sign-out.
Transition Assitance Program Is designed to equip separating and retiring civilian and military personnel and their eligible family members with skills and knowledge for re-entry into the private sector. The emphasis of TAP is on transition preparation rather than job placement. Program components include:
-Transition Benefits Seminar
-Department of Labor Transition Assistance Program 3-Day TAP -Employment Workshop
-Federal Job Search Basics
-Introduction to Resume and Cover Letter Preparation
-Interviewing Basics & Preparation
-How to Start A Business (Pros & Cons)
-How to Start A Business (Writing A Business Plan)
-Individual Transition Plan -Transition Time Line
-Veteran's Benefits Briefing
Volunteer Resource The Volunteer Resource Program is the focal point that connects Team Osans' members with service opportunities at Osan AB. The goal is to tap the creative energy of our community and its organizations and connect them in a meaningful and worthwhile way. Recruitment, training, and recognition, are an integral part of the VRP program and contribute to its success.
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Increasing the well-being of individuals and families by preventing maltreatment through prevention, education, therapeutic intervetion and support.
The Family Advocacy Intervention Specialist trains key personnel and agency staff on the dynamics of family violence. We also provide primary and secondary prevention and implement activities that target the total community. Outreach also involves integration and collaboration of services with schools, chapels, command, and agencies such as the Airman and Family Readiness Center. We offer:
Pre and Post Deployment Briefings
Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention
Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October Dating Violence Awareness Month in February Child Abuse Prevention Month in April Parents and Tots Playgroup Mothers' Group
New Parent Support Program This voluntary program is a free service designed to help expectant new parents meet their challenging and changing roles as a mother, father, and family. The program offers free books, parenting classes, home visits, education, support, and information. Program services can begin at any time during the pregnancy or after delivery, and continue as needed until the child is three years of age.
Family Maltreatment Program The purpose of the program is to identify, evaluate, and provide therapeutic treatment for individuals and families in abusive situations. We offer the following services:
Assessment and Referral
Strength Based Therapy
What is family maltreatment? Family maltreatment is a pattern of emotional, verbal, physical, and or sexual abuse of a spouse or child with the intent to intimidate, coerce, control, or harm a family member. It also means demeaning a spouse or child through repeated insults or other negative remarks, or depriving or neglecting basic needs. It can mean undermining a family member's confidence and self-worth or instilling fear and compliance. Anyone can commit family violence-it crosses all ranks. Substance abuse, stressors at work or home, and personal daily life issues can contribute to this problem. Many experts agree that especially in spouse abuse, violence is often linked to issues of power and control.
Breaking the cycle-what can you do? In some families, violence can become a cycle that reoccurs over time in each generation. The pattern does not have to continue. Family Advocacy program counseling services can help. But the first goal of Family Advocacy is prevention to equip you with the skills to strengthen family relationships and avoid family violence. Showing respect for yourself and others is an important step toward a successful Air Force and a healthy family