We provide full-spectrum primary care for more than 14,000 enrolled beneficiaries, ranging in age from pediatric to geriatric. We support the 10th Medical Group’s mission of medically ready forces, ready medical forces, and beneficiary care while developing leaders of character. Clinical services include management of acute and chronic health problems, health risk assessments, disease prevention, patient education, and coordination of care. The Behavioral Health Optimization Program is co-located with the Family Health Clinic and serves to offers registered nursing, psychology and/or social work support. BHOP provides brief, behaviorally-based interventions that emphasize education, skill-building, self-management and home-based strategies. Treatment is typically limited to one to four sessions and initiated at the request of the primary care manager.
COVID-19 message to patients: Walk-in appointments are provided by a nurse or medical technician. If you require COVID-19 testing, please DO NOT come into clinic. Please place a telephone consult instead and a team member will contact you with additional instructions. For papers and forms, please use your Secure Messaging account to contact us. If you need assistance with establishing your account, please call the access to care line, option 1 and tell the agent that you would like assistance with establishing the secure messaging connection to your primary care manager.
COVID-19 testing requests: In keeping with the most up to date Center for Disease Control’s guidelines, USAFA does not test patients coming off of quarantine nor isolation. Patients will likely not be referred for a test unless they are experiencing symptoms consistent with the virus. If the patient is symptomatic and has been in contact with a positive confirmed COVID-19 case, the walk-in Central Screening and Testing Center is also available at Evans Army Community Hospital during the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.
School and Sports Physicals: The 10th Medical Group is not be able to accommodate face to face school and sports physicals at this time. School and sports physicals are not covered benefits under the TRICARE program unless required for enrollment. The state of Colorado does not require them for enrollment, however participation in most sports does require completion of a physical examination. If the patient has been seen within the last year and has not been diagnosed with potentially limiting conditions, we are able to accommodate by completing the forms without an appointment. In this case, please send in the forms via secure messaging or drop the forms off at our clinic front desk. School and sports physicals which are not required for enrollment are offered at all UC Health Urgent Care Centers at a point of service cost of $30. Those services are by schedule only at the following number of locations in the community.
- UC Health Urgent Care – Voyager Parkway
13445 Voyager Parkway, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921
- UC Health Urgent Care – Powers
4323 Integrity Center Point, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917
- UC Health Urgent Care – Garden of the Gods
1035 Garden of the Gods Road #120, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
Note: The 10th Medical Group does not endorse or benefit from the use of any particular provider, product or service.