56th medical group patient portal

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56th Medical Group - Luke Air Force Base > Getting Care ...

26 hours ago Along with the new EHR, the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal is a secure website available 24/7 that gives you access to your health information. Through the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal, you can: View health information. Schedule appointments. Communicate securely with providers. >> Go To The Portal


What is the 56th Medical Group?

Along with the new EHR, the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal is a secure website available 24/7 that gives you access to your health information. Through the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal, you can: View health information. Schedule appointments. Communicate securely with providers.

How do I get in touch with my PCM at 56 MDG?

1-623-856-2273. Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The 56th Medical Group. goes to the MTF website. provides comprehensive medical care to 5,500 uniformed personnel and 92,000 beneficiaries by promoting health, maintaining wellness and minimizing the impact of illness.

How do I make an appointment for 56 th MDG clinic?

7219 North Litchfield Road, Building 1130 Luke Air Force Base, Arizona 85309-1526 USA

What is the MHS Genesis patient portal?

The 56th Medical Group, located near Phoenix, is an outpatient only Medical Treatment Facility (MTF), which serves more than 90,000 beneficiaries (active duty military members, retirees and their families) in the immediate area. The Medical Group is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.

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What is the phone number for the 56th Medical Group?

1-623-856-2273. Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The 56th Medical Group. goes to the MTF website. provides comprehensive medical care to 5,500 uniformed personnel and 92,000 beneficiaries by promoting health, maintaining wellness and minimizing the impact of illness.

Why is there no data in the measures below?

If there is no data included with the description of the measures below, it may be because your facility doesn't offer that particular service or treatment. Some data is reported every month or quarter and some is reported once a year. Occasionally, a measure is no longer used.

What is the phone number for the 56th Medical Group?

1-623-856-2273. Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The 56th Medical Group. goes to the MTF website. provides comprehensive medical care to 5,500 uniformed personnel and 92,000 beneficiaries by promoting health, maintaining wellness and minimizing the impact of illness.

What is a catheter in a patient's bladder?

A catheter is a drainage tube that is inserted into a patient’s urinary bladder through the urethra. It is left in place to collect urine while a patient is immobile or incontinent. Catheters can become a way for germs to enter the body and cause infections in the urinary tract.

What is CAUTI in the military?

Additional measures will be added here as they are made available. Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI) A catheter is a drainage tube that is inserted into a patient’s urinary bladder through the urethra.

Why do people have central lines?

Central lines can become a way for germs to enter the body and cause infections in the blood. These infections are called central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs).

Why is there no data in the measures below?

If there is no data included with the description of the measures below, it may be because your facility doesn't offer that particular service or treatment. Some data is reported every month or quarter and some is reported once a year. Occasionally, a measure is no longer used.

Can antibiotics be used for pharyngitis?

Pharyngitis, or inflammation of the throat, is the only condition among upper respiratory infections where your provider may determine that antibiotic use is appropriate. U.S. medical leaders recommend that only children diagnosed with group A streptococcus (strep) pharyngitis be treated with antibiotics.

Where is the 56th Medical Group located?

56th Medical Group. The 56th Medical Group, located near Phoenix, is an outpatient only Medical Treatment Facility (MTF), which serves more than 90,000 beneficiaries (active duty military members, retirees and their families) in the immediate area. The Medical Group is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.

What is the number to call for tricare?

1-800-TRICARE. Your first line of defense when deciding what kind of care you need is TRICARE's Nurse Advice Line (NAL) at 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273) option 1. A registered nurse can answer your urgent care questions and schedule next-day appointments at military hospitals and clinics if necessary.

What is the number for TRICARE Prime?

TRICARE Prime beneficiaries who are assigned to a Primary Care Manager (PCM) at 56th Medical Group (56 MDG) can still call their PCM or clinic for medical advice and appointments at (623) 856-2273 (856-CARE). Beneficiaries may also reach the NAL by calling 56 MDG at 856-CARE and selecting option 1. Pharmacy.

How long is the NAL available?

The NAL is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In the event of an emergency, you should seek care at an emergency facility. If you use TRICARE Prime and need emergency care, be sure to notify your primary care manager or regional contractor within 24 hours or the next business day.

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Disclaimer

  1. One measure is not an indication of a facility's quality. Sometimes a smaller population can make a measure move pretty drastically from quarter to quarter, so don't be alarmed if you see a dip or...
  2. If there is no data included with the description of the measures below, it may be because your facility doesn't offer that particular service or treatment.
  1. One measure is not an indication of a facility's quality. Sometimes a smaller population can make a measure move pretty drastically from quarter to quarter, so don't be alarmed if you see a dip or...
  2. If there is no data included with the description of the measures below, it may be because your facility doesn't offer that particular service or treatment.
  3. Some data is reported every month or quarter and some is reported once a year. Occasionally, a measure is no longer used. But we continue to provide the data from past years as a reference.
  4. The dates we report data may vary by measure. Measuring quality, safety, access and patient experience requires time to ensure data is valid and accurate.

Archived Measures

  1. Child Common Cold The common cold or upper respiratory infection (URI) is a common reason children visit their provider. Most of these infections are viral and an antibiotic won’t help. There’s a n...
  2. Child Strep Test Pharyngitis, or inflammation of the throat, is the only condition among upper respiratory infections where your provider may determine that antibiotic use is appropriate. U…
  1. Child Common Cold The common cold or upper respiratory infection (URI) is a common reason children visit their provider. Most of these infections are viral and an antibiotic won’t help. There’s a n...
  2. Child Strep Test Pharyngitis, or inflammation of the throat, is the only condition among upper respiratory infections where your provider may determine that antibiotic use is appropriate. U.S. medi...
  3. Diabetes A1c Control <8 This measure shows the percentage of adults tested whose results show their diabetes is under control. Data shown for this HEDIS measure is the most recently approved by NCQ...

Patient Safety

  • There are many factors the Military Health System tracks related to Patient Safety. Additional measures will be added here as they are made available. 1. Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI) A catheter is a drainage tube that is inserted into a patient’s urinary bladder through the urethra. It is left in place to collect urine while...
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Patient Satisfaction / Access

  • There are many factors the Military Health System tracks related to Patient Satisfaction and Access. For your convenience we have categorized these in the below sections: 1. Access to Acute Care Appointments Seeing your provider in a timely manner is important to you—and to us. Our goal is for you get the right level of care, at the right time, by the right provider.What we mea…
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Quality of Care

  • There are many factors the Military Health System tracks related to Quality of Care. For your convenience we have categorized these in the below sections: 1. Accreditation Status 1.1. We require our clinics and hospitals to undergo on-site surveys by nationally-recognized accreditation organizations every three years. 1.2. We track accreditation status for all of our hospitals and cli…
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