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  • Mutual Value Statement

    The purpose of the Hanscom AFB Innovation and Collaboration Board is to:Provide a forum for its members to collaborate, consult and exchange information, and to provide access to strategic advice from regional, state and local innovation assets for the purpose of strengthening the New England

  • Obtaining medical care when winter weather hits

    In the event of inclement winter weather, 66th Medical Squadron officials ask those with appointments to call the Hanscom Weather Information System Hotline at 781-225-COLD (2653) prior to departing for a medical appointment.If the base has a delayed opening, the clinic will follow the same delayed

  • Optometry Clinic

    Location: Building 1900, 90 Vandenberg Dr.Phone: 781-225-6789Check-in through the self check-in at the Optometry kiosk in the lobby. The clinic and patient care hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.The Optometry Clinic provides comprehensive eye exams and other

  • Pediatric Clinic

    Location: Building 1900, 90 Vandenberg Dr.Phone: 781-225-6789The Pediatric Patient Centered Medical Home team consists of a board certified pediatrician, a registered pediatric nurse and medical and administrative technicians ready to provide high quality pediatric care.Mission: To provide a child

  • Pharmacy

    Location: Building 1900, 90 Vandenberg Dr.Phone: 781-225-6789, Press 2Prescription refills must be called in using the Pharmacy's automated telephone refill system at 781-225-6789, Press 2. Patients should have the following information on hand when calling in a refill: sponsor's last four numbers

  • Policy for excess snow on vehicles

    In preparation for winter, 66th Security Forces Squadron would like to remind everyone of the snow and ice policies for motorists accessing Hanscom Air Force Base. The 66th Air Base Group policy and Massachusetts General Law dictates motorists clear all snow, ice or other obstructions from the

  • Preventing falls on ice

    More snow will soon fall in New England, and everyone will be slipping and sliding all over the place. The following is a review and some tips on staying upright while walking.Tony LaCasse, a mountaineer and former winter rescuer in New Hampshire's White Mountains, advises to walk like a skier in

  • Privately Owned Firearms

    Privately Owned Firearms ProceduresApplication for Non-resident Temporary License to Carry FirearmsAll personnel residing on base in dormitories, Visiting Officers' Quarters (VOQ), Visiting Airmen Quarters (VAQ) and the Temporary Lodging Facility (TLF) are not authorized to store firearms, munitions

  • Public Health

    Public Health: Helping to Prevent Disease, Death and Disability66th Medical SquadronGeneral Hours of Operation:Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.The first Thursday of every month Public Health is closed for readiness training. The clinic is also closed for all Air Force Materiel Command

  • Referrals

    Referral Management Center: 781-225-6197TRICARE pays for covered medical services for TRICARE Prime beneficiaries that are authorized in advance by the PCM. Think of your PCM as the provider that focuses on your overall health that has the ability to guide you to other health care professionals -