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Camp Casey Health Clinic
APO, AP 96624
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Health care services provided by the Defense Department are available to you and your family at your installation. We know that finding the right health care is important, especially in special circumstances such as emergency or during recent move. Here, you’ll find information and options about the services you have regarding healthcare.
Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital - Located on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, the 65th Medical Brigade and the Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital, Pyeongtaek, provide medical care for U.S. Forces Korea beneficiaries stationed in Pyeongtaek and throughout the Republic of Korea. Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital provides non-emergent primary care (all ages), internal medicine, pediatrics, behavioral health, physical therapy, sports medicine, optometry, immunizations, nutrition care and occupational health services. Pharmacy, laboratory and radiology services are also available on site. The hospital is located on USAG Humphreys and is easily accessible from any Humphreys gate.
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Camp Casey Health Clinic Services include:
Routine Appointments (No sick call), Pharmacy, X-ray, Physical Therapy, Lab, Preventative Medicine/Public Health, Optometry, Audiology, Immunizations.
NOTICE: By Appointment only – No sick call. After hours call 05033-37-3540
ABOUT: Appointments only. Space-A appointments for all civilian personal (retirees, families, etc.)
If you need an appointment, you can call (DSN) 737-2762 or Comm 0503-337-2762
No Emergency Care, for emergency care, please call 911 or 0503-330-5906.
How to Call 911:
When you move, TRICARE moves with you. No matter where you go in the world, TRICARE is there before, during and when you get to your next duty station.
There are steps you need to take to make sure changes to your TRICARE coverage go smoothly. Understand that when you move, you may have to use a different TRICARE option. Visit TRICARE Moving to learn more.
Before you move, you should take care of any routine medical needs, including immunizations, and fill your prescriptions so you have enough while traveling. If you need care during your move, visit TRICARE Getting Care When Traveling to learn what to do.
Filling prescriptions while traveling
You should refill prescriptions before traveling. But if you run out of a prescription drug while traveling, visit TRICARE Filling Prescriptions When Traveling.
Getting dental care while traveling
Getting dental care while traveling depends on your location and whether you are a service member or family member.
With permanent change of station orders, ask for a copy of your medical and dental records from your military treatment facility and the dental treatment facility. Do this at least one month before your PCS date. The MTF should also transfer a copy of your record and any family records to your new duty station or you may be able to hand carry them to your new duty station.
If you want someone else to be able to get medical or dental information on you or your family while you are moving, you need to complete a DD Form 2870, "Authorization for Disclosure of Medical or Dental Information."
For more information on getting copies of medical records, visit TRICARE Request Copies of Medical Records.
The Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital provides inpatient and outpatient care. It was originally activated as the 121 Combat Support Hospital and was semi-mobile. It participated in the European theater during World War II and in the Korean conflict. It has served continuously in Korea as a field unit since Sept. 25, 1950 and as a fixed medical treatment facility, Seoul Military Hospital, since 1959. In 1971 Seoul Military Hospital merged with the 121 Evacuation Hospital to become the U.S. Army Hospital, Seoul (121 Evacuation Hospital). On April 16, 1994, the 121 Evacuation Hospital reorganized and was redesigned the 121 General Hospital. The hospital today is part of the United States Army Medical Command Korea and is designated the Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital.
Located on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, the 65th Medical Brigade and the Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital, Pyeongtaek, provide medical care for U.S. Forces Korea beneficiaries stationed in Pyeongtaek and throughout Korea. Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital provides non-emergency primary care (all ages), internal medicine, pediatrics, behavioral health, physical therapy, sports medicine, optometry, immunizations, nutrition care and occupational health services. Pharmacy, laboratory and radiology services are also available on site.
The 65th Medical Brigade uses the following tiered system to determine who gets first access to medical appointments:
It is advised that everyone coming to Korea maintain their current TRICARE enrollment until they have arrived in country. Upon arrival at USAG Humphreys, and upon receipt of your final destination order, the sponsor will report to a TRICARE office to change enrollment to Korea and will be assigned a primary care manager. Then the family members will need to go to either the Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital or into the medical clinic if assigned to Daegu. Note: Areas I and II are non-command sponsored areas with only clinics at K-16 and Casey, which are for soldiers only. If you do not register, when you call the centralized appointment line your appointment may be at another location.
An active social work service provides family advocacy services to the community. A variety of health promotion and wellness programs are available through the nutrition care division and community health nursing/preventive medicine services, including weight and cholesterol reduction, modified diets, tobacco cessation, etc.
Civilian employees and their families, if not military beneficiaries, may use the military hospital and clinics on a space available basis, but are required to pay for their care. It is strongly suggested that they have adequate health insurance to be used when dealing with the Korean health care system.
Overseas screening - All service members requesting command sponsorship are required to have their family members medically screened at the losing military installation prior to departure for Korea. If family members need special medical care, the Korea Exceptional Family Member Program office will screen the documents and advise personnel on the availability of medical services in Korea, either on- or off-post.
The purpose of the family member screening process and the below information is to inform Army service members and their families of the proper instructions for completing Department of the Army Form 5888 (Sept 2002), DA Form 7246, command sponsorship forms and all supporting documents when applying for moves outside the continental U.S., foreign service tour extensions, assignment incentive pays, Inter-Theatre Transfers, Command Sponsorship applications, in-country command sponsorships, and addition to orders requests.
There has been an increase in the number of command sponsorship requests within Korea. Failure to complete the family members screening forms correctly significantly slows the medical screening process. Questions regarding the process outlined in the enclosure should be directed to the 65th Medical Brigade EFMP manager or to the 65th Medical Brigade Special Needs Advisor/EFMP office by calling 011-82-2-7918-5000, DSN 315-738-5000 or your losing installation's medical EFMP or Preventative Medicine Program.
Understand that Korea is still considered a remote tour for some military members. Medical services available are not as diverse as in the U.S. Please go through the command sponsorship process with your losing unit's S1/G1 and weigh all pros and cons of bringing or not bringing your family to Korea. If you decide your family will come, even though they are not a command-sponsored family, services for TRICARE members as of Oct. 1 automatically make non-command-sponsored families TRICARE Standard enrollees only. Significant out-of-pocket expenses (such as a co-payment) could occur in trying to receive even basic medical care.
Dental Care There are Army dental clinics in the U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan - Casey community.
The TRICARE dental plan in Korea is administered by the same contractor (United Concordia) as elsewhere. Enrollment and eligibility remain the same, but there are some administrative and covered benefit differences OCONUS.
Camp Casey Dental Care
Camp Casey Dental Clinic mission is to maintain a dental ready total Force in Area I, South Korea through quality care and patient safety. This clinic provides general dentistry care for active-duty Soldiers only. Rotational unit Soldiers are eligible for walk-in sick call, dental readiness class III cases and annual dental readiness examinations. Please visit https://briandallgood.tricare.mil/Clinics/Camp-Casey-Health-Clinic-SCMH/USA-Dental-Clinic-Korea-Camp-Casey for more information. Specialty cases are referred to the specialty department at Carious Dental Clinic in Camp Humphreys.
Other Than Active Duty personnel may easily find an English-speaking, TRICARE Dental Provider in Area I at https://www.uccitdp.com/tp2opd/. U.S. military retirees must enroll in the Federal Dental and Vision Insurance Program for dental coverage, visit https://www.tricare.benefeds.com.