David Grant USAF Medical Center's McClellan Outpatient Satellite Clinic is located inside the McClellan VA Clinic.
From I-80 take the Watt Avenue exit going north. Stay in the left lane and turn into McClellan Business Park at Peacekeeper Gate. Turn right onto Dudley Blvd. The Outpatient Clinic is located in Building 98 (5342 Dudley Blvd.).
DGMC's McClellan Outpatient Satellite Clinic provides a wide range of medical and ancillary services and programs including primary care, laboratory (see laboratory options below), pharmacy (see pharmacy options below), radiology, and women's health services.
We are comprised of dedicated and compassionate professionals who specialize in the comprehensive care of patients of all ages. Our outpatient staff consists of the following:
· Three Board Certified Internal Medicine Physicians
· One Board Certified Family Practice Physician
· Two Physician Assistants Certified
· One Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
· One Board Certified Pediatrician
· Six Registered Nurses
· One Case Manager
· Eleven Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technicians
· Five Administrative Technicians
New or first-time prescriptions are normally filled at McClellan. There are no refills available at McClellan's pharmacy. Refills can be arranged for pick up at Travis AFB, Beale AFB, through mail order or civilian pharmacies (see below; may require co-pay, and costs vary). Please note:
Medication refill appointments should be made three weeks prior to running out of your medication
. When requesting a refill by phone, please allow a minimum of three working days
before receiving a response.
(Downloadable .pdf; Requires Adobe reader)
DGMC Formulary (Alphabetical listing of therapeutic categories)
DOD Basic Core Formulary
TRICARE Pharmacy Program Handbook
TRICARE Smart: TRICARE West (TriWest) Regional Products Online
TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery
TRICARE Retail Network Pharmacies
(United States, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands)
Express Scripts, Inc. Customer Service
Lab work can be done at either the McClellan Outpatient Satellite Clinic or Mather VA Medical Center. Blood draws are done at McClellan for patients who are 18 years and older. Patients 17 and under receive their lab work at one of our network facilities. Patients will be notified by phone if lab values are abnormal. Discussion of any lab values requires an appointment with a provider.
Our Services Include:
· Smoking Cessation Classes
· Coumadin Clinic
· Home Health
· Hospice Referrals
· Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
· Immunizations (including H1N1 vaccine)
· Wounded Service Member Resources
· After Hours Consultation
· Diabetes Classes
· Active Duty Physicals (PHA)
· Nurse Preventative Health Teaching
New Patient Referral Information:
Who We See:
We are pleased to accept patients of all ages. However, a parent/legal guardian must accompany any person ages 17 and under. Due to our support for worldwide military operations, our new patient openings may be limited. We accept active duty patients, their dependents (with valid military identification as applicable) and TRICARE Prime patients, as well as TRICARE for Life on a space-available basis.
Additional helpful links and numbers:
(707) 423-3000 or 1-(800) 264-3462
McClellan Information Line:
Referral (Consult) Management Office: