Our mission at the U.S. Army Medical Department Activity (MEDDAC) and Ireland Army Health Clinic is to enhance the wellness and military readiness of those entrusted to our care. We do this by providing exceptional holistic patient-centered health services administered with caring, compassion, and skill.
IRAHC strives to be the premier regional system of health, and exceeding patient expectations. Because We Care.
Camp Atterbury Clinic
Routine care is regular care you receive from any Primary Care Manager; including but not limited to check ups, Physical Health Assessments (PHAs), immunizations, lab services and health screenings.
Urgent care is sudden health care need that can be handled with a walk-in or same-day appointment; usually within 24 hours. Urgent care physicians handle a variety of medical problems such as: sprains, wheezing, dehydration, flu-like symptoms, small cuts that may require stitches, ear aches, medication refills, etc.
There are multiple ways to receive care in the way that works best for you. | How Do I Get Care?
All Active Duty, Active Guard and Reserve, Army National Guard/Army Reserve Personnel on Active Duty Orders/Mobilization Orders:
Prior authorization, a referral, is required before personnel may seek care at any urgent care facility. This includes personnel on leave/pass, TDY, etc. Failure to acquire a referral will likely result in a medical bill from the local facility to be paid by the patient.
Emergency Care: For a serious, life-threatening injury or illness call 911.
Click HERE to view an interactive map of local ER & Urgent Care facilities.