Yuma Proving Ground
The U.S. Army Proving Ground Health Clinic is composed of a Physician Assistant (PA) and Nurse Practitioner Provider, Occupational Health Nurse, and other ancillary support staff. The clinic provides primary care, occupational health, lab, pharmacy, immunizations, and x-ray services.
U.S. Army Proving Ground Health Clinic is a community-based clinic which provides accessible, high quality, cost-effective and customer focused interdisciplinary health care for TRICARE Prime Active Duty Service Members, Tricare Prime Retirees, and their dependents. The scope of comprehensive services includes chronic and acute illness care, preventive health maintenance, health promotion and wellness, education and counseling, and specialty consultation and referral, and tele-health services. There are no after-hours care available at the U.S. Army Health Clinic, so please call 911 or proceed to the nearest Urgent Care Center if you have an emergency after hours.
About the Yuma Proving Ground
U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (USAYPG) is a general-purpose desert environmental test facility. The YPG is located 26 miles north of Yuma, Arizona on U.S. Hwy 95 near the California-Arizona border. This installation covers nearly 1,400 square miles and offers climate and terrain similar to major desert areas worldwide. YPG is primarily involved in developmental and operational test of artillery weapons and ammunition, aircraft armament systems, mobility equipment, and air delivery systems.
The YPG Health Clinic is a tenant organization, and its personnel are assigned to the Weed Army Community Hospital at Ft. Irwin in California.