96th Medical Group Hospital

  • Eglin AFB307 Boatner Rd, Eglin AFB, FL 32542
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The 96th Medical Group Hospital at Eglin AFB provides comprehensive medical care to approximately 92,000 eligible beneficiaries (active duty military members, retirees, and their families). The hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission. It currently has a six-bed intensive care unit and a 53-bed facility. As a teaching facility, the hospital has an active residency program in dentistry and family practice medicine allowing residents the opportunity to develop and enrich their clinical and academic capabilities. The 96th Medical Group provides a wide variety of outpatient services and presently supports one of the larger outpatient workloads in the Air Force.

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4 Reviews

  1. Baby fell, cut his lip. The Dr gave him topical numbing & one stitch. Had to do it again because it was wrong, then he was flinching & screaming from the needle piercing the skin. He could feel everything! This was so traumatic. Later the stitch fell out. Nurse advice line recommended we went to children’s hospital in Pensacola. They gave him THREE stitches, a local injection so he didn’t feel anything, tied the stitches very differently. They said his smile could have been really badly altered!

  2. ER is terrible here. Some of the doctors in the ER are uninterested in their patients, and can take forever to see you. My 1 year old son had a 103 degree fever, and we waited for an hour and a half before we walked out and went to urgent care in Niceville. The waiting room wasn't even that packed. I purposely left the door to our waiting room open so the doctors chatting and sitting in their cubicle would hear my son crying and how uncomfortable he was in his condition. Don't recommend.

  3. My wife and I were at the Eglin AFB BX when she suddenly felt sick and she had a lot of pain. When we got her into the ER, she was taken back and examined immediately. After a few tests and IV's the doctor informed us that she had gallstones and the gallbladder had to come out. She was admitted on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 and she had her surgery on Thursday, May 3, 2018. She thanks everyone that helped her heal with their care.

  4. Eglin 96 medical group hospital is one of the finest and most attentive agency i’ve had to deal with. All of their doctors and pa’s go way out of their way to provide outstanding care with outstanding follow up.