Aerospace Medicine

The Aerospace Medicine Clinic provides health care services to 2,700 flying, space/missile operations, and special operational duty personnel. The primary goals are to ensure medical readiness and optimize the health and wellness of our air and space war fighters.

Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. - noon

Closed weekends, Holidays, and Wing Down/Family days**

Snow Days: Delayed reporting per non-mission essential instructions. Call PAFB snow call line, 556-SNOW, for clinic hours.

** Active flyers/space operators for return to flying/controlling status call 524-2273 to page the flight surgeon on call **

NO EMERGENCY ROOM OR AMBULANCE SERVICE; for emergencies call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Room.

Appointments can be made through central appointments at 524-2273 or online at

Same day Appointments
Appointments available Mondays-Fridays; call central appointments or go online to schedule.

Services Provided
1. Routine: Ongoing medical issues lasting more than 24 hours, follow-up appointment.
2. PHA/Flight Physicals
3. Occupational Health Physicals: Annual requirement for AD personnel
4. Initial Flying Class Physical: are scheduled through Public Health
5. Minor Procedures: Mole/Skin tag removal (must have routine appointment with PCM for initial evaluation)
6. Wart Removal

Walk-in Services
- Flyers and Space Operators needing RTFS/RTCS walk-in Monday-Friday check in by 7:30 a.m.
- Throat cultures and Blood Pressure Checks Monday-Thursday 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m.; Friday 7:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
- Wart Clinic: Thursdays only, 1-3 p.m.
- In-processing/Out-processing of enrolled personnel Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Friday 7:30-11:30 a.m.

Call-in Services
Call 524-2273, option 2 - option 3
Medication refills
Medical Questions
Appointment scheduling

General Information 
FAA Physicals are not available at this facility.

Annual physicals are required for all active duty personnel. You can schedule your annual preventative health assessment (PHA) up to months prior to your birth month. PHAs are required regardless of AFSC or job position. Fasting is only required every five years from 25 onward. Fasting requirements are no food for 12 hours and no alcohol for 72 hours. If you wear contacts please wear glasses for your PHA appointment.

***You MUST complete the Air Force Web-based Health Assessment (AF WEB HA) as part of your annual PHA no later than five duty days prior to your scheduled PHA appointment. If this is not accomplished, you will be considered a no-show for your appointment. If you are on PRP status, you cannot accomplish this until the day of your appointment.

Click on: then enter your social security number and date of birth to log in.
The AF WEB HA website can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection.
You may stop and start your questionnaire as many times as you need. You can log back in using your SSAN and DOB. You will start from where you left off and not have to repeat any questions.

**If you are on PRP, the entire questionnaire MUST be filled out the same day as your appointment, NO EXCEPTIONS. You must come to the Flight Medicine clinic where you will fill out the questionnaire. Your show time is 1 hour prior to your appointment time in order to complete this.

When you are finished, print your personal report for your own records. A separate report will be generated for your health care team to review and place in your medical records.

If you have immediate medical questions or concerns please contact your PCM at (719) 556-1260. If you have problems with the web site call the Air Force Population Health Support Division's Help Desk, toll free at 800-298-0230, Commercial: 210-536-8190 or DSN 240-8190, 7 a.m.- 5 p.m. Central Standard Time, Monday through Friday.

Over-the-counter medications allowed for space operators: topical skin preparations, aspirin, acetaminophen (Tylenol), ibuprofen (Motrin), antacids, hemorrhoid suppositories, Pepto Bismol, Metamucil or other bulking agents, Afrin or other decongestants, throat lozenges, Sudafed, guafenisin cough syrup (Robitussin).