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Health and Wellness Center

377th AMDS/SGPZ
501 San Pedro Dr, SE Bldg 47

Hours of operation, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
Closed weekends and federal holidays


 Health Promotion is located behind the VA center in the 377th Med Group building.       

Staff
Health Promotion Program Coordinator, 846-1186
Tobacco Cessation Facilitator, 846-1186
Dietitian & Nutrition Services, 846-1483

Health Promotion classes
Health Promotion classes are open to everybody with base access at no cost. Classes with a needed RSVP are listed on our calendar and you may contact either number listed above to sign up.

Bod Pod - Body Composition Assessment
The Bod Pod uses the concept of air displacement to measure body fat %. Appointments are for 30 minute sessions, though actual time spent in the Bod Pod is about five minutes.
Testing Requirements: No eating, drinking or exercising 2 hours prior to appointment. Must wear compression shorts, swimsuit, spandex type shorts or sports bra, etc.
To sign up for a bod pod assessment please contact us at 846-1186 or 846-1483. 

Nutrition Appointments
What you eat daily will impact your performance, concentration, energy, weight, and overall health.  If you are having trouble figuring out how to incorporate a healthy diet into your lifestyle we can help by putting together a nutrition plan to meet your needs.  For a one-on-one appointment with the dietitian please call 846-1483. 

Exercise Prescriptions
Are you having trouble losing weight, passing your PT test, or staying injury free?  Are you interested in starting an exercise program, but are unsure of where to begin? We can write personalized exercise prescriptions which will help you meet your goals. For a one-on-one appointment, call 846-1186,

Tobacco Cessation Classes
The Health and Wellness Center offers a comprehensive Tobacco Cessation Course which includes
sessions about addiction, behavior and stress management, fitness, nutrition and relapse prevention techniques. Zyban, Chantix and nicotine replacement therapy are available to those who are eligible.

Classes are the 4th Thursday of the month from 8 to 11 am. Call 846-1186 to register.

When you attend the Tobacco Cessation Program, you may use additional methods to quit tobacco such as pharmacological aides (patches, gum, Chantix or Zyban®) under the recommendation of a health care provider. You may opt to go cold turkey. Any decision you make this program is designed to help you commit to quit tobacco use. 

Operation Supplement Safety 
OPSS is an initiative to educate the KAFB community about dietary supplements and how to choose supplements wisely. Health Promotion will help promote OPSS with briefings, campaign materials, giveaways, etc. Call 846-1186 or 846-1483 to schedule a presentation for your unit. To learn more, check out the website:  Http://hprc-online.org/dietary-supplements