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About 374 Medical Group

The 374 Medical Group ensures medical readiness of 374th Airlift Wing, 5th Air Force and U.S. Forces Japan. Maintains 64 war reserve material projects, including the U.S. Air Force's largest Patient Movement Item inventory. Deploys Expeditionary Medical Support for global contingency operations. Operates a 15-bed facility expandable to 115 beds. Provides health care, including occupational health, preventive medicine and environmental protection to more than 11,000 personnel.

374 MDG Vision: "Best Medical Care in the Pacific"
374 MDG Mission: Professional Healthcare...Any Time, Every Time

374 Medical Group Info

General Hours: 07:30 - 16:30
Monday - Friday

Appt. Line DSN: 315-225-8864 
From cell phone: 042-552-2510 
(Ext. 5-8864)

Yokota AB, Japan
Unit 5071, APO AP 96328


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Attention patients! For your situational awareness your Public Health team will be posting Mosquito surveillance devices around the base. For any question/concerns, please contact Public Health at 225-5311. Please see the attached slide for more details. Happy Friday from the 374th Medical Group :)
Attention Patients! The Orthotics Lab will be closed from the 8th-11th of April, for all emergent needs please contact the PT clinic at 225-7577. For non-emergent needs please call the Orthotics lab at 225-7145, on Friday April 12th or the following week, to receive an appointment for services. We apologize for the inconvenience, thank you.
Military children are a vital part of the military family and healthy military children contribute to their military parents’ mission success. Investing in the health of military children ensures a strong, future force and help service member parents complete their military missions. https://health.mil/monthofmilitarychild?type=Articles
Attention patients! The Medical Group, with the exception of the UC & MSU will be closed the morning of 29 Mar 19, this Friday. We will reopen for normal patient care from 1:00 p.m - 4:30 p.m. Please share this infomation among Facebook groups to reach as many people as possible. Have a great day!
Attention patients! In order to assist in your medical care planning, here is the April closure notice. Have a great day.
Attention Patients! The new Pharmacist-Run clinic will be open for business today. Let us help you combat those seasonal allergies the right way. Please see additional information below. Have a wonderful day from the 374th MDG.
Attention Patients! We have great news to help you out during allergy season. Beginning 18 Mar 19, the Pharmacy will have an Over-The-Counter run clinic. Please see the attached slide for more details. Have a great day.
Attention Patients! There will be a Colon Health seminar event at the Professional Development Center (bldg 580, 1st floor main auditorium) on March 27th (Wed) from 9:00am - 11:00am. Hope to see you there.
Attention patients! In order to assist in your medical care planning, here is the March closure notice. Have a great day.
Friendly Reminder: Attention Patients! There will be a Healthy Heart Day event at the USO today from 9:00am - 2:00pm. Hope to see you there. Enjoy! Smoothies Blood pressure & blood sugar checks Vendors Workout sessions (Yoga, PIYO, and Strong by Zumba) Smoking cessation A healthy heart movie Food and snacks Gift bags
A leader is only as good as his or her actions. AFMS’s goal is to inspire each Airman to become an individual leader by engaging, developing and empowering all Airmen in the AFMS to achieve the highest reliability. #TrustedCare
Attention patients! The 374th Medical Group wanted to pass along some useful information regarding Measles/Rubella for this location. Please note the at risk population listed. For any question/concerns, please contact Public Health at 225-5311.
Medical Airmen assigned to U.S. Air Force Space Command are charged with delivering care to Airmen who launch, monitor, and operate the Air Force’s satellite systems. As space continues to play an increasingly critical role in our nation’s defense, medical Airmen in AFSPC are also preparing for the future of space medicine. https://go.usa.gov/xEWx6
Senior Airman Sanjaye Davidson is a dental assistant with the 56th medical squadron, working hard to provide the best care for Airmen at Luke Air Force Base. Her advice to Airmen? Always brush your teeth! #DentalHealth https://www.dvidshub.net/video/637086/dental-highlight
Happy #PresidentsDay! Did you know a majority of America’s presidents came to office as Veterans?
It’s never too late to make healthy lifestyle changes, which can help reduce your risk of heart disease. Here are some factors to consider. #LoveYourHeart
Going “purple” describes the blending of uniforms working together from different services. A joint surgical team comprised of a Navy surgeon, Air Force nurse, and Army technician, did just that when the team organized to perform an operation at Langley hospital. “It’s become so efficient that at this point, I don’t even think twice about it,” said U.S. Air Force Maj. Mandy Giffin, the operating room nurse. http://go.usa.gov/xEgsD
UPDATE: Attention patients! The Tricare office will temporarily relocate to building 1585 (Dental Building) on 18 Feb - 31 Jul 19. The previous date range started this week, but was incorrect. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
It’s never too late to take an active role in your #HealthCare! Here are some tips to prepare for your next appointment.
The Air Force Medical Service fights from the flight line by maintaining medically ready Airmen who are well-trained, well-equipped, and clinically current to support combatant commanders anywhere in the world. #FlyFightWin
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