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  • Frequently Asked Questions

      Keesler Hospital Frequently Asked Questions Q: How do I enroll in the facility? A: Enrolling in the Keesler Hospital You may enroll or transfer your TRICARE Prime enrollment to the Keesler Hospital at the Patient Registration Office, room GF400, near the escalators or at the TRICARE Service Center on Debuys Road. Following are other useful
  • Pharmacy Information

    Pharmacy Filling prescriptions  The Main Outpatient Pharmacy, located on the Keesler Hospital ground floor, just inside the outpatient clinic entrance, fills new prescriptions issued from 81st Medical Group providers. Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Closed on weekends, holidays, Air Education and Training Command family
  • Family Advocacy Program

    Family Advocacy Program:Social Work, Psychology, NursingTelephone: 376-3457; DSN 591-3457Location: Arnold Medical Annex (building 5901), Room A08Hours of Operation: 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 7 a.m.-4 p.m. training Fridays; closed non-training FridaysThe program is focused on improving the relationships of the families at Keesler AFB. It
  • Ancillary and Administrative Services

      Hospital Clinic Hours are 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 7 a.m.-4 p.m. training Fridays. The Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pediatric Clinics see patients 7 a.m.-4 p.m. on non-training Fridays. Clinics normally are closed for Warrior Day training from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. the second Thursday of each month, as well as federal holidays and
  • Medical Completion Date Record

    Record the dates which you completed these tasks and keep a copy in your portfolio.  You will review this twice yearly with your Faculty Advisor and Program Director.   Intern Year:                  Step 3:  Take Step 3 by 15 March and pass Step 3 by  1 June                   CEX:  One per 2 week block attending on ward months.  (2/ward
  • Keesler Cardiology

    Organization Teams will consist of one cardiologist, one resident (PGY-2/3) and one intern (PGY-1) Medical students, usually 0-2, will be assigned as available Ultimately, the attending of the team is responsible for the team Supervision will consist of an attending from
  • Gulfport ER

    Organization The one month required ER rotation will be completed at Gulfport Memorial Direct supervision will be the attending, and will be immediately available This will be completed PGY2 During your orientation at GM, you will be provided a list of attendings to work with
  • Jackson ICU Rotation

    Organization One month out of every year, interns and senior residents, will go to the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) for a medical ICU rotation (MICU). UMMC is the only tertiary referral center in the state and affords residents an excellent education in critical care medicine. Keesler residents 
  • Keesler Continuity Clinic

    Organization The Program will continue with one-month block rotations, with continuity clinic built in weekly Routinely, this will be one half day of clinic weekly or a full day of clinic twice monthly Supervision will consist of an assigned attending from IM or one of IM sub-specialties
  • Keesler Night Medicine

    The team will consist of one resident (PGY-2/3) and one intern (PGY-1) These will be assigned to either the first half or second half of the month in two week blocks Night medicine is not vacation eligible Ultimately, the attending of the team is responsible for the team