The U.S. Air Force hospital operated by the 366th Medical Group at Mountain Home Air Force Base is scheduled to transition from its current status as an inpatient military hospital to an outpatient clinic during summer 2017. Mountain Home AFB leadership and staff are engaging the community to ensure continuity of care for affected patients and to minimize staff disruption.
Our first priority is to ensure we deliver the best possible care in the safest way possible. The 366th Medical Group at Mountain Home is not closing, and will continue to provide outpatient treatment. We will continue to focus on the health, well-being and readiness of our Airmen and their families. As with fighter pilots and other specialists, medical Airmen must also maintain their skills by using them on a regular basis. The Air Force Medical Service will partner with community health providers to sustain timely access to high quality healthcare. 366th Medical Group will make every attempt to place employees who are in positions being eliminated into vacant positions locally so they may continue to serve in another capacity as a valued member of the Mountain Home team. Although we operate in a fiscally constrained environment, we will continue to provide our Airmen, Retirees and Family members’ timely access to high quality care. It is the AFMS’s responsibility to take a close look at all facilities and programs to ensure efficiency while providing beneficiaries with continued health care.
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