Department Of Defense

673rd Medical Group – Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson


The 673d Medical Group (673 MDG) is comprised of approximately 1,300 personnel who are dedicated to providing preventive, emergency, and acute care services for approximately 159,000 beneficiaries.  Healthcare services are also provided directly to or coordinated for over 10,300 retirees and their dependents.  Nearly 20% of the population of Anchorage, Alaska is eligible for care in our facility.

The 673d Medical Group is a 1.2 million square foot, 55-bed Military Treatment Facility (MTF) DoD/Joint Venture hospital with 8 operating rooms and a primary referral center for Alaska.  It supports global engagement through multiple Expeditionary Medical Support elements, Critical Care Air Transport Teams, and casualty reception with mission capability of expanding to 170 beds and a 100-bed En-Route Patient Staging System.  As a Joint Venture facility, 673 MDG is recognized throughout the nation for our partnership with the Alaska Department of Veteran Affairs. We continually explore ways in which we can collaborate and integrate services to provide more effective and efficient healthcare.

354th Medical Group – Eielson Air Force Base

The 354MDG, which is located 20 miles east of Fairbanks, provides outpatient medical services for approximately 8,000 military beneficiaries residing in the interior. The 354MDG operates a primary care service and utilizes the nearby Bassett Army Community Hospital in Fairbanks as their primary referral facility to provide additional health care services.

U.S. Army MEDDAC-Alaska

Fort Wainwright, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Fort Greely

We provide high quality healthcare through teamwork to ensure a globally ready force.

We will be a High Reliability Organization – fully trusted, innovative, and integrated within our community

Our Motto
Above All We Care.

Bassett Army Community Hospital (the only Army hospital in Alaska) is located at Fort Wainwright, Alaska.  Fort Wainwright is adjacent to the City of Fairbanks in interior Alaska, some 120 miles south of the Arctic Circle.