The Pediatric Clinic is designed for patients from birth to 16 years of age. The Pediatric Clinic accepts referrals from other physicians to evaluate patients and/or perform selected procedures.
We follow the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations for preventative pediatric health care.
Well visit schedule: 2 weeks, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, 2 years, then annually. We encourage you to book your well visit with your child’s primary care manager/doctor (PCM). If you need a CYS physical and you are up to date on well visits - you don't need an appointment - just drop off the form at the front desk and we will complete it for you within 72 business hours!
Please try to be at least 10-15 minutes early for your appointment to check in and complete paperwork, we do allow a 10 minute grace period if you arrive late. If you arrive after 10 minutes after you appointment, we will do our best to accommodate you same day, or you may reschedule for another day.
Child must be accompanied by a biologic parent or legal guardian. Step parents must have medical power of attorney to accompany a step child. To obtain a medical power of attorney you can visit the welcome center or talk with your local JAG officer.
Make sure to keep up to date with your child’s vaccines to protect them from preventable illness. See our vaccine schedule
, we follow CDC guidelines:
- Find more information about vaccines on the CDC website:
The DEERS office is no longer accepting certificates of live birth to register newborns. A certificate of live birth is typically issued to parents of newborn children, by the facility that the birth took place. The certificate of live birth is normally used until the parents receive the official birth certificate and Social Security number for the child.
DEERS offices nationwide are no longer accepting these certificates and will only add a newborn to DEERS once the official Birth Certificate and Social Security card are presented to them. This is causing some confusion when it comes to the child receiving healthcare. For the child to officially be enrolled in a TRICARE program and be assigned a PCM they need to be enrolled in DEERS.
When a child is born and needs to be seen at the RAHC Pediatric Clinic the parents need to contact the Reynolds Patient Administration Division
at 580-558-8607. Patient Administration will register the child in MHS GENESIS and the system will generate a DoD ID number for that child. Please note that MHS GENESIS will generate a DOD ID number for the child, and Patient administration will provide that DOD ID number to the parent. The parent needs to take that DOD ID number to DEERS as soon as possible to ensure that DEERS does not generate another DOD ID number. If that happens there will be a duplicate patient with different information and it is very difficult to remedy that situation.
Once registered in MHS GENESIS the child is allowed to be seen at RAHC, however, it will not allow them to be seen off post, due to the child not being in DEERS and not being enrolled in a TRICARE program. If the child needs to be referred to an off post provider for specialty care the mothers original OB referral will cover the child for 90 days.
Once they receive the official birth certificate and social security number they need to take that to the DEERS/ID card section in BLDG. 4700 on Fort Sill to get the child enrolled with DEERS. Once the child is enrolled in DEERS they need to call Tricare East at 1-800-444-5445 to get the child enrolled in TRICARE Prime and be assigned a PCM at RAHC. The typical turn around time for birth certificates and SSNs has been about 7 days.