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VETERINARY SERVICES

Fort Bragg T-W Veterinary Services

http://phc.amedd.army.mil/organization/Pages/VtfDetails.aspx?VtfID=43andloc=NC

ForT BRAGG VETERINARY TREATMENT FACILITY (VTF)

Location: Bldg. 2-7606, Reilly Road
Phone 396-9120
Fax 396-3882

Hours:
Monday-Friday 0800-1600*
Weekends and Federal Holidays CLOSED

*Closed the last working day of the month.

Medical Treatment: The VTF provides vaccinations, heartworm testing, feline leukemia testing, fecal checks, and treatment for routine communicable diseases.

Registration

  • All dogs and cats over 4 months of age residing on Fort Bragg must be registered with the VTF.
  • Owners are required to register their animals within 10 days of arrival or acquisition of animal.
  • You must present military ID, proof of rabies vaccinations and pay a service fee.
  • Micro chipping is mandatory IAW Fort Bragg policy.
  • Wild animals such as ferrets, skunks, raccoons, monkeys, wolves, wolf crosses, etc. are not authorized to be kept as pets on Fort Bragg and are therefore not treated at this facility.

STRAY ANIMAL FACILITY/ANIMAL ADOPTION

Location: Bldg. 2-7402, adjacent to the veterinary building
Phone 396-5769/6018

Hours:
Tuesday – Thursday 0900-1500

Services Provided: Stray animals that are not claimed by an owner within 3 days may be adopted through the VTF. The stray animal facility is open for adoptions. Military members who adopt an animal from the stray facility are eligible to have the animal surgically altered by a military veterinarian on a time and space available basis. The fee for animal adoptions vary. The fee covers the cost of:

  • Spay or Neuter
  • Microchip
  • De-wormer
  • Heartworm check (for dogs 6 months and older)
  • First set of vaccinations only (for example if it is less than 12 weeks old only a first Distemper/Parvo vaccination will be given and the next two vaccinations you will have to pay).
  • FELV/FIV test for cats
  • Fecal test

Reclaim Policy

  • Must have proof of ownership (i.e. Picture, AKC, AKA, CKC or
  • Adoption paperwork or medical record.
  • Must show proof of current vaccinations prior to release or pet will be vaccinated prior to release (at owners expense).
  • Must be micro-chipped and current IAW Fort Bragg policy.

MILITARY FOOD INSPECTORS

Phone 396-3103
Fax 396-2913
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday 0730-1600
Food Inspector Duty Hours:
Monday – Friday 0900-1630

Services Provided: Complete food inspection support for all commissary stores, shoppettes, non-appropriated fund activities, Fort Bragg Club, dining facilities, schools, childcare facilities, and Troop Issue Subsistence Facility.

TAX CENTER

Fort Bragg T-W Tax Center

Location: Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, sixth floor
Phone 396-1040/TAXX (8299)
Hours:
January to April 15
Monday – Friday 0900-2100
Saturday 0900-1700
Sunday and Federal Holidays CLOSED

Services Provided: Assistance provided on a walk in basis to active duty, retirees and family members. Preparation in Federal and State tax returns, Federal and State tax form distribution, Federal and State electronic filing and general tax information. Arrive at the Tax Center no later than one hour prior to closing. Bring W-2s, social security cards, military ID cards, any tax forms received in the mail, a canceled check if you want your refund through direct deposit, IRS Form 2848 (Power of Attorney) if you are filing for someone else.

THRIFT SHOP

THE BRAGG ‘N BARN THRIFT SHOP

www.fbthriftshop.com
E-mail: fbthriftshop@aol.com
Location: Bldg. 2-2412, Woodruff Street
Phone 907-4053
Shopping Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 0900-1300
Sunday – Monday CLOSED

Consignment Hours:
Tuesday – Thursday 0900-1200
Extra hours for military in uniform ONLY 1200-1230
Friday – Saturday by appointment only

Note: Please call ahead for and large items that take up floor space to see if we have room for you items.

Authorized Patrons: The Bragg ‘N Barn Thrift Shop is open to the public for shopping, but only active/retired/reserve military personnel and their family members (18 years and older with valid ID cards), active DoD civilians with valid DoD ID cards may consign items.

Services Provided: The Bragg ‘N Barn provides a means of exchange of used clothing and merchandise through consignment. Funds generated are distributed to projects on the installation, local off-post community organizations, and to overseas military service-related organizations whose activities directly impact the welfare of our troops. (Welfare request forms and info available on our website)

Other Information: All information is detailed on our website. Please read thoroughly the Consignment Policies and Procedures to include the list of items NOT ACCEPTED.

Consignment period is for 45 days and the Thrift Shop will deduct a 25% commission. CONSIGNMENT FORMS CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE WEBSITE AND COMPLETED AT HOME. Individuals may consign 15 items (5 clothing, 10 other items) up to 7 days per month. Consignors may pickup checks on the 10th of the month for sales in the prior month. Checks not picked up in 3 months will be voided.

Persons who have PCS orders may consign 30 items per day beginning 30 days prior to departure. (Bring a copy of the orders.)

Donations Always Accepted: Your donations help make the Thrift Shop possible. Through the sale of these donated items operating costs are met and more dollars are available to distribute to the community. Please bring your donations in to the Consignment Room during business hours. After hours you may place your donations in the Donation Bin. DO NOT LEAVE ITEMS OUTSIDE THE BIN AS THE WEATHER WILL RUIN THEM. DO NOT LEAVE TRASH OR DAMAGED FURNITURE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING AS “DUMPING” IS ILLEGAL and we have no way of disposing of the item.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Volunteers make The Bragg ‘N Barn Thrift Shop possible for the Fort Bragg community. No skills are necessary – we provide training. Special privileges for volunteers.

TRANSITION

www.bragg.army.mil/directorates/HR/personnel/Pages/TransitionCenter.aspx

Location: Second floor, Wing B, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone 396-7472
Fax 396-9694
Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 0900-1600
Wednesday and Federal Holidays CLOSED

Services Provided: Transition of all Soldiers who elect to separate from Fort Bragg, who are leaving the military for retirement, expiration term of service (ETS), administrative discharges or demobilization.

(INSTALLATION) TRANSPORTATION OFFICE (ITO)

Fort Bragg T-W transportation Office

http://www.bragg.army.mil/directorates/LRC/ITO/Pages/PPSO.aspx

Location: First floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive
Inbound 396-2903/6790
Inbound Fax 396-2172
Outbound 396-5212/2163
Outbound Fax 396-4404
Personally Procured Moves (PPM) 396-0331/0332
Non-Temp. Storage 396-4360
Non-Temp. Storage Fax 396-2173
Quality Control 396-9605
Quality Control Fax 907-3148
DPS Lab 396-1669
DPS Lab Fax 396-1866

Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1700

Services Provided: The Installation Transportation Office (ITO) provides a wide variety of transportation services for the soldiers, airmen, and civilians of Fort Bragg, Pope Army Airfield, and the surrounding areas.

(OFFICIAL) TRAVEL SECTION

www.bragg.army.mil/directorates/LRC/ITO/Pages/PPSO.aspx

Location: First floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive
Phone 396-7105
Port Call/Group Moves 643-4220
396-4196
Fax 396-6715

Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1530

CARLSON WAGONLIT

https://cwtSatoTravel.com
E-mail: ftbraggoff@carlson.com
Location: First floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive
Phone 800-235-1683
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1600
Saturday – Sunday CLOSED

TRAVEL INFO

http://bragg.armymwr.com/us/bragg/programs/leisure-travel-services

LEISURE TRAVEL SERVICE

(ALSO KNOWN AS TICKETS AND TOURS)

Location: Bldg. 4-2171, Mini Mall, Reilly Road
Phone 396-TRIP/TOUR (8747/8687)
Fax 396-4386
Hours:
Monday – Friday 1000-1700
Saturday – Sunday CLOSED

Services Provided: Leisure Travel Services (LTS) provides a range of travel services to active-duty and retired military personnel, DoD civilians and their family members, and other members of the military community. We provide brochures and information on various attractions and points of interest in the surrounding area as well as other major travel destinations and hotels. We also provide discount tickets and trips for authorized patrons to attractions including Walt Disney World and many other theme parks, attractions and cinemas.

USO

Fort Bragg T-W USO

FORT BRAGG USO

www.uso-nc.org/our-centers/fort-bragg-center

Location: First floor, Wing L, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive
Phone 495-1437
Fax 495-1439
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0900-1530
Saturday – Sunday CLOSED
Services Provided: Wi-Fi, Computer Lab, TV, Lounge/Day Room, Snacks

Programs

  • Deployment and Homecoming Support
  • Smiles over Miles
  • United through Reading
  • Single Warrior Birthday Cakes
  • Trevor Romain Deployment Kits
  • Special and Seasonal Programs: Kidz Korner; Operation Cookie Drop

USO – FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT

Location: 400 Airport Road, Fayetteville, NC
Phone 482-8200
Fax 482-8201
Hours:
Daily 0700-1900

Services Provided: Computers/Wi-Fi, TV/Lounge, Children’s area, Food Service

VEHICLE INSPECTION

www.ncdot.gov/DMV

Service Provided: All North Carolina vehicles must be inspected within 10 days following registration. Vehicles must show an inspection sticker as evidence of this inspection.

Effective July 1, 2002, all 1996 and newer gasoline-powered vehicles registered in an emissions county are required to receive the On Board Diagnostics (OBD II) emissions test. Numerous garages and service stations offer this service. The total cost of an emissions inspection is $30.00 plus any necessary parts. Services are also provided by the Fort Bragg’s Auto Skills Centers.

VEHICLE REGISTRATION

ON POST

Vehicle registration is no longer required on Fort Bragg.

OFF POST

Location: 815 Elm Street, Eutaw Shopping Center, Fayetteville
Phone 485-1590
Fax 485-6102
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0900-1700

Location: 3333 N. Main Street, Hope Mills Shopping Plaza, Hope Mills
Phone 424-2500
Fax 424-2104
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0900-1700

Location: 316-C NC HWY 210N, Spring Lake Shopping Plaza
Phone 497-3707
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0900-1700

Service Provided: The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requires automobile owners to have liability insurance coverage before registering your car in North Carolina. State law requires that you register your vehicle within 30 days of establishing residence in the State. The DMV also recommends replacement of your driver’s license at that time. North Carolina plates are only good if you hold continuous insurance.

Should your insurance lapse at any time your license plate must be surrendered to the DMV. To re-license your vehicle, you must pay a fee in addition to the cost of the license plate. To obtain North Carolina license tags, you must have:

1. Insurance (name and policy number). If new policy, name of agent and agency.

2. Title (in owner’s name) or properly reassigned to them. If the bank holds your title, you must have current registration and name and address of bank.

3. If you came from a non-title state, you need the current registration and 2 notarized copies of the bill of sale from the last two owners.

VETERAN AFFAIRS

Fort Bragg T-W Veteran Affairs

http://www.doa.state.nc.us/vets/

FORT BRAGG

Location: First floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive
Phone 396-8472
Fax 396-6512

Hours:
Monday – Friday 0830-1530

DISTRICT VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE

FAYETTEVILLE

Location: Department of Social Services
1225 Ramsey Street,
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone 677-2970
Fax 677-2964

Hours:
Monday – Thursday 0900-1500
Closed for lunch 1200-1300
Friday CLOSED

VET CENTERS

www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=486

Location: 4140 Ramsey Street, Suite 110,
Fayetteville, NC 28311
Phone 488-6252
Fax 488-5589

Hours:
Monday – Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 0800-1630
Thursday 0800-1830

Regional Office

www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=240

Location: 251 North Main Street, Federal Building
Winston-Salem, NC 27155
Phone 800-827-1000 or 336-725-8781
Fax 336-631-5028

Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1600

Please call in advance as to documents needed to file a claim.

Services Provided: The function of the Division of Veterans Affairs is to assist veterans and their families in the presentation, processing proof and establishment of claims, privileges, rights and benefits as they may be entitled to under Federal, State or local laws. The Division also cooperates with the various governmental units and veterans organizations in seeking to serve veterans.

VA HEALTH CARE CENTER (NEW)

www.fayettevillenc.va.gov/locations/Fayetteville_Health_Care_Center.asp

Location: 7300 Raeford Road, Fayetteville
Phone 488-2120/800-771-6106

Services Provided: The VA Health Care (HCC) in Fayetteville, NC, opened Nov. 3, 2015, providing exceptional health care to veterans in Cumberland County and surrounding areas served by the Fayetteville VA Medical Center. When fully operational, the facility will provide 259, 600 net usable Square feet of space for health care services. The new HCC relocates outpatient health care services from the campus of the Fayetteville VA Medical Center and Village Green and Breezewood Primary Care Clinics to the new location to provide additional complex medical services for Veterans.

VETERAN’S MEDICAL CENTER

www.fayettevillenc.va.gov

Location: 2300 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone 488-2120
Fax 822-7093

Services Provided: Most services have been moved to the new VA Health Care Center. This facility will be used for inpatient services, an Urgent Care Center and some limited outpatient services such as dental and oncology.

WIC-WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN

Fort Bragg T-W WIC Women Infants and Children

www.nutritionnc.com/wic

FAYETTEVILLE LOCATIONS

Location: Cumberland County Health Department
1235 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone 433-3730

HOPE MILLS

Location: 2622 Hope Mills Road, Hope Mills, NC 28348
Phone 433-3760

SPRING LAKE

Location: 103 Laketree Blvd., Spring Lake, NC 28390
Phone 321-6420

Services Provided: WIC is a special supplemental food and nutrition education program that has been operating in North Carolina since 1974. What began as a small pilot program serving approximately 4500 individuals a month is now a major program serving about 165,000 mothers and their children each month in North Carolina.

Benefits: WIC participants receive nutrition education and supplemental food to improve their diets and reduce their chances of health problems caused by poor nutrition. They are given vouchers that they redeem at participating grocery stores to obtain WIC foods. Foods include: milk, cheese, eggs, iron fortified cereal, vitamin C enriched juices, dry beans/peas, peanut butter, and for infants: iron fortified Enfamil, iron fortified Prosobee, iron fortified lactofree, iron fortified infant cereal, vitamin C enriched juices.

Program Eligibility:

  • A pregnant woman or one who has recently had a baby or is breast-feeding an infant less than 12 months of age.
  • An infant.
  • A child who has not reached their 5th birthday.
  • Meet local agency eligibility scale. The gross annual income cannot exceed 185% of poverty. All Medicaid, Food Stamps, and Work First recipients meet WIC income eligibility.
  • Nutritional/medical eligibility must also be met. This is determined by staff health professionals.

WILDLIFE

FORT BRAGG WILDLIFE

www.bragg.army.mil/directorates/dpw/envdiv/wildlife/Pages/Home.aspx

Location: Bldg. OT-9034 McKellar’s Road
Phone 432-5415/5427
Fax 396-9474

Services Provided: Provides Fort Bragg, Camp Mackall and the surrounding community with safe, quality hunting and fishing opportunities, dedicated and professional fish and wildlife management and natural resources stewardship.

Hours:
Wednesday – Saturday 0830-1630

WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER

Fort Bragg T-W Womack Army Medical Center

www.wamc.amedd.army.mil

Welcome to Womack Army Medical Center. We are here to serve the medical needs of active-duty service members, their families, retirees and their families. We want this to be an easy process for you to access healthcare on Fort Bragg.

STEP 1

It is important to update your information in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) with your current address and other information to ensure you continue receiving your medical benefits. You can do this by calling 800-538- 9552, or by visiting the main ID Card Facility in the Soldier Support Center (SSC) on the first floor and can be reached by calling 396-9339 or online.

STEP 2

Enroll in TRICARE

Eligible beneficiaries may call 877-TRICARE (874-2273) to request an enrollment packet or go online www.tricare.mil

TRICARE OPTIONS

TRICARE Prime is the only option for Active-Duty family members, retirees and their families who are not Medicare eligible need to enroll in. Active-Duty family members are automatically enrolled after filling out the enrollment form. Active-Duty family members do not have an enrollment fee. Retirees pay $282.60 per year for themselves or $565.20 for the entire family to receive healthcare. These rates are subject to change each fiscal year.

TRICARE Extra saves money but it limits your choice of providers. You may only use authorized civilian providers. There is no enrollment process for TRICARE Standard or TRICARE Extra.

TRICARE Standard offers the most choice of providers at the highest cost. Family members and retirees pay current deductibles and cost shares.

TRICARE for Life (TFL) is Medicare-wraparound coverage for TRICARE-eligible beneficiaries who have Medicare Part A and B. For more info go to www.tricare.mil/Plans/HealthPlans/TFL.aspx

For more info on TRICARE go to one of the following websites:

STEP 3

CLINIC ENROLLMENT

Active-duty service members are assigned to primary care clinics based on their unit designation. Family members can be assigned to an on-post clinic or off-post medical home after they enroll in Tricare Prime. Our primary care clinics are your entry point into the healthcare system. You are strongly encouraged to visit your primary care clinic for clinic orientation and in-processing.

MEDICAL RECORDS
Areas of Responsibility

The Womack Outpatient Medical Records maintains the outpatient medical records for all beneficiaries who receive their care in Womack Specialty clinics. If you receive your medical care at any of our Outpatient Clinics in the area, your Outpatient Medical records are maintained at those locations.

Requesting Copies of Records

Outpatient Medical Records are retired 3 years after a patient’s last recorded clinic visit. Patients must show their identification card when requesting a copy of their records. The Privacy Act and HIPAA prohibits parents from picking up the medical records of their children who are over the age of 18 without written permission and an identification card.

Request for Transfer of Records

Records may not be hand carried by patients according to current Laws and Department of Defense Policy. If you require a record transfer, contact your servicing medical records section for instructions on how to transfer your records to the new location.

SCHEDULING APPOINTMENTS

To make a primary care appointment, patients should call the central appointment line at 907-APPT (2778). Central appointment line hours are 0700–1700 week days. They can also call their assigned clinic, or visit www.tricareonline.com for appointments.

To book a specialty appointment, you must first receive a referral from your Primary Care Provider, then call 877- TRICARE.

To cancel an appointment call 907-CNCL (2625). If you have forgotten your appointment date, you can also call this line to hear upcoming appointments up to 45 days in advance.

TRICARE APPOINTMENTS ONLINE

All primary care appointments available over the phone are also available online. Just visit www.tricareonline.com and register. Once you’re logged in, click ”Appointments” then select a “Visit Reason” followed by “View Available Appointments.” You can view all available appointments for your primary care manager and select one that meets your needs. You can schedule appointments at your convenience, without worrying about being put on hold.

ARMY MEDICINE SECURE MESSAGING SERVICE

Secure messaging, also sometimes referred to as Relay Health, is a web-based service that gives providers and patients the ability to communicate securely online. The interactive website allows you to initiate a consultation, receive preventive care reminders, send a note to the provider’s office, request prescription renewals and refills, request lab or test results, and request appointments. Unlike a phone conversation, it also provides an audit trail so patients and providers can view the entire message history. You can sign-up for secure messaging at your primary care clinic during your visit. It only takes a few minutes and it can potentially save you hours of time in the future.

ACCESSING CARE AFTER HOURS

NURSE ADVICE LINE (NAL)

All TRICARE eligible patients may call the NAL 24/7 by calling 800-TRICARE, Option 1. There is no cost to patients. They can help you make informed decisions about self-care at home or when to see a health care provider.

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Womack Army Medical Center is a Level I, full service Emergency Department. The Emergency Department (ED) provides continuous, uninterrupted pre-hospital and hospital based emergency services. Ambulatory patients or visitors will enter the Emergency Department at the clearly marked first floor South Entrance into Womack Army Medical Center. The Emergency Department entrances are well marked from both inside and outside of the hospital.

FOR MORE LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCIES CALL 911

An emergency is defined as “a medical condition that arises suddenly and threatens the life or the welfare of a person or a group of people, a natural disaster or a medical crisis. “Examples may include: heart attacks, automobile injuries, poisonings, burns, injuries caused by violence, animal bites, broken bones, chest pains/shortness of breath, and severe depression.

The Womack Army Medical Center Emergency Department is for EMERGENCIES. Patients presenting to the Emergency Department with non-urgent and non-emergent cases are triaged by a licensed registered nurse and seen by a medical care provider according to the Emergency Service Index (ESI). Non-urgent patients are subject a wait time of greater than 1-2 hours pending the level of triage and availability of medical staff.

PRIMARY CARE CLINICS

BYARS FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC

http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/HealthcareServices/SitePages/Byars%20Health%20Clinic.aspx

Location: 2864 Woodruff Street
Phone 907-POPE (4673)
Appointments 907-APPT (2778)

Hours:
Monday – Thursday 0730-2100
Friday and Training Holidays 0730-1630

Active Duty Sick Call
Air Force 0715-0800
Army 0730-0800

Authorized Patrons: Soldiers and family members assigned to: FORSCOM, USARC, all Air Force, and TRICARE Prime retirees and their families.

CLARK HEALTH CLINIC

http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/HealthcareServices/SitePages/Clark%20Health%20Clinic.aspx

Location: Bldg. 5-4257, Bastogne Street
Phone 907-CLRK (2575)
Appointments 907-APPT (2778)

Hours:
Monday – Thursday 0800-2100
Friday 0800-1700
Active Duty Sick Call 0630-0730

Authorized Patrons: Soldiers and their family members from the following units: 50th Signal Brigade, 20th Engineer Brigade, 3/4th Air Defense Artillery, and United States Army Special Operations Command and TRICARE Prime retirees and their families.

JOEL HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC

http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/HealthcareServices/SitePages/Joel%20Health%20Clinic.aspx

Location: Bldg. M-4861, Logistics Avenue
Phone 907-Joel (5635)
Appointments 907-APPT (2778)

Hours:
Monday – Thursday 0800-2100
Friday 0800-1700
Active Duty Sick Call 0645-0700

Authorized Patrons: Soldiers and family members assigned to 1st TSC, U.S. Army Parachute Team and TRICARE Prime retirees and their families.

ROBINSON HEALTH CLINIC

http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/HealthcareServices/SitePages/Robinson%20Health%20Clinic.aspx

Location: Bldg. C-1722 (at the intersection of Gruber Road and Longstreet)
Phone 907-8282
Appointments 907-APPT (2778)

Hours:
Monday – Thursday 0730-2100
Friday 0730-1630
Active Duty Sick Call 0645-0700

Authorized Patrons: Soldiers and families assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division, 44th Medical Brigade, 82nd Sustainment, and TRICARE Prime retirees and their families.

WOMACK FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY CLINIC

http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/HealthcareServices/SitePages/Womack%20Family%20Medicine%20Clinic.aspx

Location: WAMC 1st Floor Clinic Mall
Phone 907-8500
Medical Records 907-8380
Appointments 907-2778

Hours:
Monday-Thursday 0730-1800
Friday and Training Holidays 0730-1630
Active Duty Sick Call 0630-0730

Authorized Patrons: Soldiers and family members of WAMC, DENTAC, Garrison, 16th MP Brigade, 525th MI Brigade, and TRICARE Prime retirees and their families.

FAYETTEVILLE MEDICAL HOME

http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/HealthcareServices/SitePages/Fayetteville%20Medical%20Home.aspx

Location: 2350 Bentridge Lane, Fayetteville
Phone 907-WOOD (9663)
Appointments 907-APPT (2778)

Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1700

Community based clinic capable and staffed to provide a full range of family medicine within the medical home model. This clinic is staffed to see a maximum of 8,000 patients.

HOPE MILLS MEDICAL HOME

http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/HealthcareServices/SitePages/Hope%20Mills%20Medical%20Home.aspx

Location: 3351 Southpeak Drive, Suite 100, Fayetteville (in the Millstone Town Center)
Phone 908-HOPE (4673)
Appointments 907-APPT (2778)

Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1700

Community based clinic capable and staffed to provide a full range of family medicine within the medical home model. This clinic is staffed to see a maximum of 8,000 patients.

LINDEN OAKS MEDICAL HOME

Location: 55 Centennial Parkway, Cameron (across from the Linden Oaks housing area, off of Highway 87)
Phone 908-6257
Appointments 907-APPT (2778)

Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1700

Community-based clinic capable and staffed to provide a full range of family medicine within the medical home model. This clinic is staffed to see a maximum of 8,000 patients.

THE FISHER HOUSE

www.fisherhouse.org

The Fisher House is a “home away from home” for families of inpatients at Womack Army Medical Center, the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center and other area hospitals. It can also accept outpatient visitors on a space available basis. There are no fees charged to Fisher House guests for lodging. For more information, call the Fisher House at 910-849-3466.

FAMILY MEMBER BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (FMBH)

Location: Womack Health and Support Center, Beside WAMC
Phone 907-7869

Services Provided: FMBH will provide services related to managing spouse/partner/child abuse/neglect cases; behavioral health care to children and adolescents; marital/family issues. Clinical providers will apply an array of skills, such as clinical assessment/intervention, treatment, case management, advocacy, consulting and referral services.

BENEFICIARY COUNSELING AND ASSISTANCECOORDINATORS

Phone 907-6778/643-1665/432-3662

Educate beneficiaries and helps them with TRICARE-related eligibility, enrollment, referral authorizations, and claims processing questions. Debt Collection Assistance Coordinator assists with confirmed debt collection due to unpaid TRICARE claims.

PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE

A Patient Representative is available at the hospital and at all of the outlying primary care clinics. The Patient Representative at Womack is located near the Information Desk on the ground floor, at the Reilly Road entrance and can be reached by calling 910-570-3345. If you have a problem while at your primary care clinic, please see the Patient Representative at that clinic.

Byars Medical Clinic 570-3095
Clark Health Clinic 907-9629
Joel Health Clinic 907-9105
Robinson Health Clinic 907-9504

WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER TELEPHONE DIRECTORY

Womack’s Information Desk 907-6000/6292
Active-duty Family Dental Plan 866-984-2337
Admissions 907-7078
Advice Nurse 907-6877
Allergy/Immunization Clinic 907-6662/7182
Appointment Line 907-APPT (2778)

Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

  • Bragg West 908-6009
  • Bragg East 908-5957
  • 82nd ASAP 908-5786

Audiology 907-6473
Behavioral Health 907-8679/6825
Beneficiary Counseling and Assistance Coordinators 907-6778/6926
Blood Donor Center 396-9925
Breast Clinic 907-8383
Cardiology 907-9906
Care Authorizations (for active duty) 877-TRICARE
Chaplain 907-PRAY (7729)
Civilian Personnel, Job Information Line 907-7851
DEERS Eligibility 800-538-9552
Emergency Department 907-7000
ENT/Audiology 907-6751
Exceptional Family Member Program 907-EFMP (3367)
Educational Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) Program 907-EDIS (3347)
Family Member Behavioral Health 907-7869
Fisher House 849-3466
Gastroenterology 907-7808
Hematology/Oncology 907-7511
Human Resources 907-6107
Information Desk 907-6000/6292
Inspector General 570-3406
Intensive Care Unit (ICU) 907-6428
Internal Medicine 907-8583/7462/6253
Labor and Delivery 907-7563
Military Personnel 907-7963
MRI 907-7966
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit 907-7626
Neurology 907-6412
Occupational Health 396-2881
OB/GYN Advice Nurse 907-6249 option 2
OB/GYN Appointment line 907-8333
OB/GYN Clinic information 907-6249
Outpatient Pharmacy Refill Call-in: 907-7676 or 888-316-8639
Ophthalmology 907-6423
Orthopedics 907-6785
Outpatient Records 907-7179/7953
Pain Clinic 907-7209
Patient Administration Division (PAD) 907-7078/6864
Patient Representative 570-3345
Pediatrics/EFMP 907-7337
Pediatrics Ward 3 North 907-7114
Physical Exam Section 907-7639
Physical Therapy 907-6948
Podiatry 907-7763
Pregnant Soldier Wellness Program 907-9355/1049, option 2
Preventive Medicine 907-9355
Public Affairs/Marketing Office 907-7247
Public Health Nursing 907-9355
Radiology Services 907-7160/7966/8266
Red Cross 907-7124
Refractive Eye Surgery 907-6033
Safety Office 907-SAFE (7233)
Sexual Harassment Assault Response Prevention (SHARP) 907-8993
Social Work Services (Family Member Behavioral Health) 907-7869
Strep Throat Hotline 907-8737
TRICARE Service Center 877-TRICARE (874-2273)
TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy Program 866-363-1303
TRICARE Retail Pharmacy Program 866-363-1303
Tumor Registrar 907-8875
Urology 907-8393
(Army) Wellness Center 643-2101

WOMEN'S CENTER OF FAYETTEVILLE

Fort Bragg T-W Women's Center of Fayetteville'

http://www.wbcfay.org/
E-mail: wcof2@aol.com
Location: 230 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone 323-3377
Fax 323-8828
Hours:
Monday – Thursday 0800-1700
Friday 0800-1200

Services Provided: A nonprofit organization that serves as a multi-service resource and advocacy center, dedicated to helping women and men help themselves through our programs and services. The mission has always been to promote growth, productiveness and well-being through peer counseling, education, information, and advocacy programs. The Women’s Center works with other community agencies to achieve this goal, and has a solid history of helping women, men and families.

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