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Moncrief Army Community Hospital

Moncrief Army Community Hospital

Fort Jackson Medical and Dental Services

 

Moncrief Army Community Hospital, Fort Jackson’s main medical facility, provides care to permanent party Service Members, Soldiers-in-Training, active duty families and retirees.

On an average day, Moncrief provides medical care for 1 inpatient, sees 2,010 patients in its ambulatory clinics, fills 2,450 prescriptions, and performs approximately 2,389 laboratory procedures and 185 radiological procedures, including nuclear medicine tests.

Moncrief Army Community Hospital works closely with the Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center, the 20th Medical Group at Shaw Air Force Base and local civilian facilities to provide quality health care services.

INTEGRATED HEALTH CLINIC

The Integrated Health Clinic (IHC) is the major primary care access point for permanent party active-duty Service members, their family members, and retirees and their family members who are enrolled in TRICARE Prime.

Located on the ground floor to the right of the hospital’s main entrance, the IHC is open 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and is closed holidays. Patients are asked to arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment for check-in and vital signs screening. Please plan for anticipated delays at the entrance gates to post. All TRICARE Prime patients are assigned a health care provider who serves as the patient’s primary care manager (PCM).

Your PCM will provide for your health care needs or coordinate referrals for any health care services required. To make an appointment with your PCM, call 803-751-CARE (2273). Your PCM will initiate specialty referrals to other clinics throughout the hospital or within the TRICARE network as necessary. Permanent party Soldiers may call 803-751-CARE (2273) 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. to obtain an appointment for sick call. Sick call appointments for permanent party Soldiers are available throughout the day in the IHC to be as convenient as possible. An effort is made to schedule that appointment with the Soldier’s PCM.

If a scheduled appointment needs to be canceled, call 803-751-CARE (2273) 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. For after hours, call the automated line at 803-751-2904. You will be asked your name, the last four numbers of the sponsor’s Social Security number, the date and time of the appointment, and the clinic where the appointment was scheduled.

 

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