Moore Health Clinic Services

Active Duty Immunizations

Syringe and 2 medicine bottles

Active duty service members get their immunizations at the Soldier Medical Readiness Center inside the Thomas Moore Health Clinic. Check with your primary care provider if you have questions about immunizations. More about Active Duty Immunizations.

Active Duty Physicals

Doctor taking a woman's blood pressure.

Schedule Part I of the retirement, ETS, or military school physical at the Thomas Moore Health Clinic. Walk-in during duty hours to pick-up the information sheet and schedule the physical.

Schedule Part I of a flight physical through Russell Collier.

All other physicals, including the medical board physical, must be scheduled by the Soldier Medical Readiness Center at the Thomas Moore Clinic. More about retirement physicals.

Active Duty Sick Call

Sign In: Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 7:30 a.m.

Must have DA Form 689, signed by Unit.

Training Holidays: Sick Call Available. The clinic is open for acute appointments. Active Duty patients can call to schedule an appointment.

All Emergency Cases: Please go to the emergency department!

Allergy & Immunizations

Artwork of allergy in the lungs.

The Allergy and Immunization Clinic is a full service clinic for active duty and family members identified with different allergies. The clinic performs tests and therapy for hay fever, asthma, hives, drug allergies, and travel immunizations by referral from your doctor.

TB Tine tests are done on a walk-in basis on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The results can be read 48-72 hours later on a walk-in basis.

All pediatric aged patients 18 and under should be seen at their assigned primary care clinic for all routine immunizations. When bringing children in for their immunizations to their assigned clinic, please provide any immunization records available.

Allergy/Immunization Clinic Hours
Telephone number: (254) 285-6335 or 285-6336
Monday – Wednesday & Friday: 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Thursday: 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Allergy/Immunization Clinic Walk-in Hours (Shots Given)
Monday & Friday: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Allergy Immunotherapy Hours (Shots Given)
Monday: 7:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Behavioral & Mental Health

Depressed man is hiding his anger.

Training Holidays: Sick Call Available. The clinic is open for acute appointments. Active Duty patients can call to schedule an appointment.

All Emergency Cases: Please go to the emergency department!

Your PCM may recommend services from a behavioral health consultant in your clinic to help you manage your health and behavioral needs. They are specially trained psychologists or social workders who focus on helping patients develop healthy behaviors or change current behaviors that interfere with overall health and well-being. These providers can address issues such as family or relationship problems, as well as behaviors that affect your physical health.

Another option for continuing care is working with a behavioral health care facilitator. A care facilitator will contact you by phone periodically to monitor your syemptoms and check on how you are managing your health concerns. The care facilitator will then share your progress with your primary care team. In many cases, care facilitators and behavioral health consultants will work together with your PCM to make quick, effective changes to your treatement and address your symptoms.

Communicable Disease Services (CDS)

CDS provides screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI), including HIV; treatment and follow-up; and, individual, group, and unit STI and HIV education.

Important Telephone Numbers

  • Allergy Clinic: 285-6335
  • Appointments: 288-8888
  • Behavioral Health Service: 285-6881/6863
  • Cancel Appointments: 288-8888
  • Communicable Disease Service: 285-6340
  • Domestic Violence Help: 287-5653
  • Health Benefits Advisor: (800) 444-5445
  •      Moore Health Clinic Green Banner: 285-6271/6272
  •      Moore Health Clinic Yellow Banner: 285-6269/6270
  •      Moore Health Clinic Blue Banner: 285-6229/6230
  •      Moore Health Clinic Red Banner: 285-6227/6228
  •      Moore Health Clinic Gray Banner (Pediatrics): 287-0588/1967
  • Moore Health Clinic Pharmacy: 285-6349
  • After Hours Nurse Advice Line (24/7): 254-553-3695
  • Refill Pharmacy: 288-8911/8912
  • SMRC: 285-6232
  • Women's Health Center: 288-8109


Blood samples.

Basic laboratory services are available at the Thomas Moore Health Clinic. Some special tests are shipped to Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center's laboratory for completion or processing.

More about Laboratory Services

Thomas Moore Health Clinic Laboratory Hours
Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


Optometrist and eye chart.

Active-duty Soldiers are seen for comprehensive eye examinations by appointment only.

Patients that are referred for urgent care by a primary care provider are examined the same-day.

Contact lens services are not a TRICARE medical benefit except for beneficiaries with certain eye diseases and for Apache aviators. The Optometry Service's optometrists only perform contact lens fittings for these patients.

Army issue glasses, Frame of Choice, and optical inserts can be ordered with a current prescription or after an exam in the clinic. Readiness means having two pairs of Army glasses and inserts - do not wait until it is deployment time to insure that you have your eyewear.

The Optometry Service has very limited appointments for Tricare Prime beneficiaries enrolled in CRDAMC'S System of Health. Appointments may be available for children age 6 years and older and adults up to and including age 64.

Retirees are authorized one pair of military issue glasses per year. Family members are not authorized glasses at government expense.

The Optometry Service has four clinics. One optometry clinic is located in each of the following health clinics: Thomas Moore, Bennett, Monroe, and Russell L. Collier Health Clinic. Call the Patient Appointment Service at 288-8888, from 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, to schedule an appointment.

Optometry Clinic Hours
Monday – Friday: 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Thomas Moore Optometry Clinic: 285-6305


Pharmacist at work.

The pharmacy is located in the lobby of the Thomas Moore Health Clinic and has an extensive inventory of medications. A current military identification card is required to fill all prescriptions for individuals 10 years and older. All refills are filled at the Refill Pharmacy located at Clear Creek Exchange. Handwritten prescriptions must be filled at the Main Hospital Pharmacy.

More about Pharmacy Services

Thomas Moore Health Clinic Pharmacy
Phone: (254) 285-6349
Location: 58th Street & 761st Battalion Avenue
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Thomas Moore Drive–Thru Pharmacy
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., closed weekends and holidays.

Preventive Medicine

The Army Public Health Nurse conducts surveillance, evaluation, treatment and follow-ups for tuberculosis patients. More about Army Public Health Nursing.

The Communicable Disease Service (CDS) performs services for all referred patients with sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV. More about the Communicable Disease Service.


X-ray of a knee.

The clinic offers basic radiology services. Special tests to include mammograms, CT, MRI, Bone Mineral Density and Ultrasound are done at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center's Radiology Department.

Thomas Moore Health Clinic Radiology Hours
Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Patients who need specialty appointments are referred to Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, Brooke Army Medical Center, and local health care providers. Health Care Finders call or notify patients by mail of scheduled referral appointments. To inquire about your referral, call (254) 288-8023 or (254) 286-7749.

School and Sports Physicals

Doctor weighing boy.

School and sports physicals are available by scheduling a childhood physical appointment (254) 288-8888 or (800) 305-6421. Please bring all necessary school forms with the medical records and shot records. We will also offer school physicals during the summer. Watch the news and Darnall's web site for information about school and sports physicals. More about School & Sports Physicals

Self Care Program

The Self Care Class is an added service of Health Promotion & Wellness for Active Duty, family members, and retirees enrolled in Tri–care prime and Tri–care for life. Patients receive educational information on how to take charge of their own health. This includes making wise and informed decisions focusing on healthy living and safe usage of over the counter medications and self management of minor symptoms and ailments. Participants receive a self care card which entitles them to a limited number of over the counter items that can be picked up at all CRDAMC pharmacies except the PX.

Soldier Medical Readiness Center

The Soldier Medical Readiness Center is located in the back of Thomas Moore Health Clinic on 58th Street. The SMRC provides physical examinations. Vaccinations are also available at the SMRC for individual soldiers on PCS or TDY orders.

Units undergoing Soldier Readiness Processing for deployments, redeployments, or demobilization should contact the III Corps JMOC to schedule the medical portion. SRPs are conducted by appointment in BLDG 42000, 75th and Battalion Ave.

Medical in processing for newly arrived Fort Hood soldiers is performed at the Soldier Service Center, building 18010.

Soldier Medical Readiness Center Hours
Monday – Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Friday 7:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Well Baby and Child Exams

Doctor examining baby.

Pediatric care for children from birth to 18 years of age is available from your child's primary care provider. Children receive a comprehensive examination and immunizations during well child visits. Bring medical records and all shot records to the appointment. Call (254) 288-8888 for an appointment.

For childhood immunizations, call the Patient Appointment System, (254) 288-8888, to make a Well Baby appointment or make an appointment online.

Women's Health

Doctor examining woman.

Primary care providers at the Thomas Moore Health Clinic have routine appointments for pap smears, mammograms, gynecological problems, and contraceptive counseling. Call Patient Appointments, 288-8888, or make an appointment online. Women who intend to become pregnant should take prenatal vitamins before becoming pregnant to reduce the risk of birth defects. Prenatal vitamins are available at any Family Care Clinic or Troop Medical Clinic. Most pregnant women (active duty and family members) are cared for at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center's Women's Health Center or the Darnall Family Medicine Residency Center. If you have a positive home pregnancy test or a positive lab pregnancy test, call the Women's Health Center, 254-288-8109, to start your pregnancy care.

Pregnancy tests are done on a walk–in basis from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the Thomas Moore Health Clinic.

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