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Edwards Air Force Base
The Center Of The Aerospace Testing Universe
31 Nightingale Rd
Edwards AFB, CA 93524
It is located on the south end on the first floor, across from the Pharmacy.
Do I need an appointment?
No. All hours are on a walk in basis. No appointment is necessary.
What do I do if I think I need allergy testing?
Any testing and care for allergies must be first coordinated through your Primary Care Manager. Your Primary Care Manager will take care of all necessary evaluations and referrals.
What days do you do Tuberculosis (TB) tests?
In order for Tuberculosis tests to be read within the proper time frame, these tests are NOT performed on Thursdays.
Do I need to bring a copy of my immunizations when I arrive on base?
The Air Force utilizes a central application to track immunizations, but sometimes the data does not transfer between bases. To ensure your records are up to date, we recommend that you bring a copy of your shot records to the immunization clinic within 30 days of arrival to Edwards for review.
What immunizations are required?
For Active Duty:
Hepatitis A: Two shot series, with vaccinations spaced 6 mo apart
Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertusis (TDAP): Once every 10 yrs
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR): Two-shot series good for life once
completed, usually given during childhood.
Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV): Three shot series for adults good for
life, usually given during childhood.
Influenza (Flu): Annual requirement for all active duty
2 months: DTaP, Hep B, IPV, HiB, Prevnar, Rotavirus
4 months: DTaP, Hep B, IPV, HiB, Prevnar, Rotavirus
6 months: DTaP, Hep B, IPV, Prevnar, Rotavirus
12 months: MMR, VZV, Hep A, Prevnar, HIB, PPD (if in daycare)
18 months: Hep A
4 years: MMR, DTaP, IPV, PPD (if high risk)