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Health Care Services at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton

Health Care Services at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton

Pendleton Services

 

The Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital is just inside the main gate.

The Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton’s health services phone line is 760-725-HELP (4357) (7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed on weekends and federal holidays).

The phone line provides access to the following services:

  1. Family medicine.
  2. Pediatrics.
  3. All other primary care/specialty clinics.
  4. Labor and delivery.
  5. Pharmacy.
  6. Speaking with a health care professional.
  7. Customer service.

Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton offers a Patient Services Center (PSC) to help beneficiaries with their health care needs, including assistance in arranging appropriate access to care, health care advice or patient education, and contacting your provider to prescribe or refill a medication. The PSC is on the first floor near the Quarterdeck/Info Desk. Inpatient and outpatient services are available for active-duty service members, their family members and all other eligible TRICARE beneficiaries. Outpatient primary care is provided for active-duty personnel at branch clinics throughout the base and for family members of active-duty personnel and other eligible TRICARE beneficiaries at the Naval Hospital and the 13, 31 and 52 Area Branch Health clinics and the Family Medicine Oceanside Clinic.

The Naval Hospital Pharmacy is open 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. It is closed Sunday and federal holidays. Refills can be called in to 760-725-HELP (4357), option 5, and picked up at the Naval Hospital, Family Medicine Oceanside Clinic, the 13, 21, 31 and 52 Area Branch Health clinics or at the 13 Area drive-through prescription refill pickup window. The patient ID card is required.

In case of an emergency, an on-base ambulance service is available by calling 911. The Naval Hospital Emergency Room is available at the hospital 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

 

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