The Military Health System continues to work on resolving the cyber-attack on a third party partner and is doing their best to fill emergent, new, and refill prescriptions as quickly and efficiently as possible.
If you are post operative, or need refills on life sustaining medications you will take priority for filling. At this time, we can process all prescriptions, but please be patient as there will be longer than normal wait times. All prescriptions processed must go through manual safety screenings, which increases processing time.
If you would like to have your prescription transferred to a TRICARE approved network provider, simply stop by one of the locally approved vendors, ask for the transfer and they will work with us to make that happen for you.  Please note copays may be incurred.
We are truly sorry for this inconvenience and look forward to serving you when normal operations resume.

Health Services

Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) Clinic

ENTWelcome to the Department of Otolaryngology, also known as ENT (ear, nose and throat). We are located on the first floor of Bayne Jones hospital with the eye clinics but are a separate service from them. Otolaryngology deals with disease of the ears, hearing, nose, sinuses, throat, voice box, and head and neck. We are a surgical service offering surgical treatment of these disorders as well, when they are needed.

The ENT clinic consists of a physician and nurse, as well as an ENT technician. Our goal is to provide timely service and compassionate care for active duty service members, retirees, and dependents.

Otolaryngology is a unique field that deals with very specialized disease processes, which can be hard to understand. Below are links to some information that you may find useful. A complete examination by an ENT physician is required to accurately diagnose one of these problems if you feel that you suffer from them.

SinusitisENT - For general information on the practice of Ear, Nose and Throat medicine, please see the website for the American Academy of Otolaryngology.

Sinusitis - infections and chronic inflammation of the sinuses can cause several symptoms. These usually include nasal congestion, facial pressure, and runny nose. Allergies can also make sinus problems worse. Strategies to improve sinuses include controlling allergies, rinsing out the sinuses with saline solutions, and in some cases antibiotics.


· BJACH ENT New Patient Health History

Contact Us


1st Floor of the hospital (Bldg. 285)
EENT Clinic


Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


337-531-3276 or 337-531-3277

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