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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 HMCM(FMF) Bradley B. Weiss, USN
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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.
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Research is still being done, but the fact still remains that breast cancer kills if not detected early. According to the National Cancer Institute, "Breast cancer affects one in eight women during their lives. It kills more women in the U.S. than any cancer except for lung cancer."

It is of great importance for women to know the signs and be aware of their risks so that early treatment may begin before the cancer spreads in their body. Women and men should both seek assistance from their health care provider at any age if they feel a lump or any abnormality in their breasts. If a woman is between the ages of 40-49 years, it is important to discuss the pros and cons of screening mammography with their medical provider. As of 2014, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force recommends women without a family history of the disease get a screening mammogram every two years from age fifty to seventy-four years.

To obtain more information about breast cancer prevention and early detection, please see:

Resource: National Cancer Institute