The 633rd Medical Group works and trains as a team to maintain a maximum state of readiness for any contingency while providing quality service to its internal and external customers. The group's 1,060 personnel maintain a full-service, 65-bed hospital providing inpatient, outpatient and emergent care. The group operates a satellite pharmacy, specialty medical services at the NASA clinic and a full-service dental clinic.
To support contingency operations, the 633 MDG owns a 25-bed Expeditionary Medical Support package that deploys in three increments to provide flexible and modular essential care to the warfighter. The group also ensures the mission-readiness of its Transportable Blood Transshipment Center, which receives, stores and ships blood products for use in theater medical facilities.
The 633 MDG is enrolling a local patient population of up to 29,000 active-duty members, their families and retirees. The Group also provides emergency room care, inpatient services, surgical services and specialty consultation in the local area. As a key participant in TRICARE North Region, 633 MDG shares services and resources with McDonald Army Hospital, Fort Eustis, Virginia, Hampton Veterans Administration Medical Center, and Portsmouth Naval Medical Center. The 633 MDG's recent awards and honors include several major command and Air Force-level awards, and a full, three-year re-accreditation by the Joint Commission.
The 633 MDG is composed of five squadrons. The organizations are listed as follows:
633rd Operational Medical Readiness Squadron
The 633 OMRS is the most diverse squadron within the Medical Group whose primary mission is medical readiness. The squadron proactively manages active duty care in order to rapidly restore readiness and deployability of active duty service members. The OMRS ensures a medically fit and ready fight force via various services provided by Flight Medicine Clinic, Operational Medicine Clinic, Mental Health, Optometry, Physical Therapy, Public Health and Bioenvironmental Engineering.
633rd Dental Squadron
The 633 DS provides comprehensive dental care to all active duty military personnel assigned to Langley AFB. The dental clinic also serves as a major referral and consultant center for active duty personnel assigned to other military organizations in the surrounding area. The clinic has most dental specialties represented to include General Dentistry, Endodontics, Prosthodontics, Periodontics, Oral Surgery and Orthodontics. The dental clinic also operates a one-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD-1) residency program for eight recent dental school graduates.
633rd Healthcare Operations Squadron
The 633 HCOS works and trains together as a team to maintain a maximum state of readiness for any contingency while providing quality service to internal and external customers. The 633 HCOS consists of the Emergency Department, Pediatrics, Family Health, Internal Medicine, Cardio-pulmonary, Dermatology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Allergy and Immunizations. The Healthcare Operations Squadron's motto is "Ops never stops."
633rd Medical Support Squadron
The 633 MDSS organizes, trains and equips medics in the execution of in-garrison and expeditionary operations, while providing exceptional ancillary and support services to the Tidewater enhanced Multi-Service Market population. The 633d Medical Support Squadron has broad scope to include the Pharmacy, Laboratory, Nutritional Medicine, Medical Readiness, Resource Management, Information Technology, TRICARE Operations and Patient Administration, Commander Support Staff, and Medical Logistics Flights.
633rd Surgical Squadron
The 633 SGCS provides world class surgical care from trainee to retiree for Air Force, Army, & Navy personnel and their families in peacetime and contingency environments. The squadron consists of the Maternal Child Flight and supports services of General Surgery, Otolaryngology, Urology, Orthopedics, Women’s Health, Oral Maxillofacial surgical services as well as Radiology services. Radiology performs over 15,000 imaging studies annually and the state of the art operating rooms perform approximately 2,300 surgical procedures annually. The squadron plays a key health care role in the Tidewater Market.
(Current as of February 2021)