Health & Safety

May 10, 2013

Ask the Doc

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Q. I heard that the Cardiology clinic is moving.

A. The cardiopulmonary clinic will be closed May 10 through May 13 to relocate into the pediatric clinic across the hallway from our current location. The clinic should be up and running by May 14. If you require any cardiac related medical care, please contact your primary care manager. If this is a cardiac emergency go to the closest emergency room

NOTE: The pediatric clinic moved as of May 6.  The pediatric clinic is relocated to the east side of the hospital, nearest to the family health and orthopedic clinics.  Call (702) 653-2273 to book all appointments and/or to leave telephone consultations.  We appreciate your understanding and patience during this Medical Center transition.

Send your questions to askthedoc@nellis.af.mil.




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