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DHA Launches New Air Force Military Hospital and Clinic Websites

Two hands holding a tablet, which displays a new TRICARE MTF website, against a background of a wooden table. The transition to the TRICARE.mil domain incorporates new layouts and adds helpful features to enhance the user experience.

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On September 1, the Defense Health Agency launched 74 new military hospital and clinic Air Force websites­ – an important milestone in the effort to modernize the web presence of all military medical treatment facilities (MTFs). Each website transitioned to the TRICARE domain to provide a standardized patient experience across the Military Health System.

The transition to the TRICARE.mil domain incorporates new layouts and adds helpful features to enhance the user experience and provide easier access to information about the local military hospital or clinic and the TRICARE benefit in one place.

“Standardizing military hospital and clinic websites will help our patients across the Military Health System to access all of the information they need to manage their health care and their TRICARE benefit,” said Lt. Gen. Ronald Place, Director of the Defense Health Agency. “This change will make it easier for our service members, retirees, and families to find the information they need to navigate and access health care information. As our service members and families move across the country and around the world, having a standard website will be one less thing they will have to learn at their new location.”

Upgrading the military’s online resources by improving the military hospital and clinic websites and relying on user input for future enhancements allows service members, retirees, and their families worldwide to help drive future updates to ensure they get the web experience they want from the Military Health System.

“No matter where our military forces are deployed or what service they belong to, all members will enjoy a universal experience and consistent information about the TRICARE benefit and local military health services,” said Diana Logreira, DHA Chief of Digital Communications.

The website enhancement is part of the transition of administrative oversight of MTFs to the DHA under the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act.

Improved Website Features

Navigating through the local military hospital or clinic websites will be easier through key features like:

  • Simplicity and ease of navigation
  • Up-to-date health care information
  • Easy to find data on quality, patient safety and access
  • Centralized TRICARE information
  • Standardized look and feel
  • Localized health services

Localized Management with centralized TRICARE benefit information

While the new website design supports consistent information sharing for TRICARE beneficiaries throughout the entire Military Health System, local hospitals and clinics will manage their site to keep their own beneficiary population informed on issues specific to that facility. 

Experience the new changes for yourself. Visit the newly launched local hospital and clinic websites:

Air Force Academy

Altus Air Force Base

Andersen Air Force Base

Aviano Air Base  

Barksdale Air Force Base

Beale Air Force Base

Buckley Air Force Base

Cannon Air Force Base

Columbus Air Force Base

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

Dover Air Force Base

Dyess Air Force Base

Edwards Air Force Base  

Eglin Air Force Base 

Eielson Air Force Base

Ellsworth Air Force Base

Fairchild Air Force Base

FE Warren Air Force Base

Goodfellow Air Force Base

Grand Forks Air Force Base

Hanscom Air Force Base

Hickam Air Force Base

Hill Air Force Base

Holloman Air Force Base

Hurlburt Field

Incirlik Air Base

Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling

Joint Base Andrews (Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center)

Joint Base Charleston

Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson

Joint Base Langley-Eustis

Joint Base Lewis-McChord

Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

Kadena Air Base

Keesler Air Force Base

Kirtland Air Force Base

Kunsan Air Base

Laughlin Air Force Base

Little Rock Air Force Base

Los Angeles Air Force Base

Luke Air Force Base

MacDill Air Force Base

Malmstrom Air Force Base

Maxwell Air Force Base

McConnell Air Force Base

Minot Air Base

Misawa Air Base

Moody Air Force Base

Mountain Home Air Force Base

Nellis Air Force Base

Offut Air Force Base

Osan Air Base

Patrick Air Force Base

Peterson Air Force Base

Pope Field

RAF Alconbury

RAF Croughton

RAF Lakenheath

Ramstein Air Base

Robins Air Force Base

Scott Air Force Base

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base

Shaw Air Force Base

Sheppard Air Force Base

Spangdahlem Air Base

Tinker Air Force Base

Travis Air Force Base

Tyndall Air Force Base

Vance Air Force Base

Vandenberg Air Force Base

Whiteman Air Force Base

JBSA - Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

Yokota Air Base

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