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Marine Corps Base Quantico Virginia
Welcome to Naval Health Clinic Quantico's Family of Clinics
Providing health care to the surrounding military community for generations,
where the patient is the center of total health care delivery.
     
Commanding Officer Gordon R. Smith, CAPT, Nurse Corps, USN
Executive Officer Robert A. Alonso, CAPT, Medical Corps, USN
Command Master Chief Brian E. Wenzel, HMCS(SW/AW/FMF), USN
For questions and concerns contact us at patientrelations@med.navy.mil
Walk-in appointments and Emergency Services are not available.
For emergencies go to the nearest emergency room or dial 911.
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As of April 1, 2014, walk-in services are no longer available.

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TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery Makes Filling Your Prescription a Breeze

 
TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery Makes Filling Your Prescription a Breeze
Are you tired of having to drive and then wait at the pharmacy to pick up your maintenance medication? Do you have better things to do with your time and your fuel?
TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery makes filling and refilling those maintenance medications a breeze. Orders can be filled quickly either online or by phone and medications are delivered right to your home.
Take a moment and click on the link to read more about this new program and what it can mean to you. Visit http://www.express-scripts.com/TRICARE/homedelivery/ .

August is National Immunization Month

Making sure that children of all ages receive their vaccinations on time is one of the most important things parents can do to ensure their children’s long-term health as well as the health of their friends, classmates, and others in the community. The CDC reports, “From January – July 11, 2014, there were 566 measles cases reported in the U.S. Almost all of these cases, 99%, were associated with international travel.”
Keeping immunizations up-to-date with a vaccine schedule assists in the development of immunity to diseases without having to get the disease first.
The State of Virginia may require children entering school to be vaccinated against certain diseases, such as pertussis. If you are unsure of Virginia schools requirements, check with your child’s doctor, school or health department.
Resource for vaccine schedules:
http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/easy-to-read/index.html