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Bangor Patient Services

Branch Health Clinic Bangor

Patient Care Clinics

To make a medical appointment please contact the Regional TRICARE Appointment Center at (800) 404-4506.

To make a dental appointment please contact  (360) 315-4287/4283

Physical Exams: (360) 315-4358/4359/4360
Overseas/Sea Duty Screening: (360) 315-4352

Scheduling is now Online!

To schedule a routine or follow-up appointment with your primary care manager (TRICARE Prime and Plus only) go to www.TricareOnline.com.

Also access 18 million page of health and wellness information. View customized MTF, clinic and provider web pages.

Medical Surveillance

 Upon reporting to station and checking into a new command aboard Naval Base Kitsap, service members must report to the Medical Surveillance department to check in their medical record and ensure that all of their information is accurate and their records are up to date.
They are located in the cubical space next to the Lab and are open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily.
Medical Surveillance: (360) 315-4361/4362

Optometry

The Optometry Clinic is open for active duty and Occupation Health patients only. Routine and follow up visits are by appointment only. Eye screening for physical exams and spectacle ordering are provided on a walk-in basis.

 

Notice Of Privacy Practices

The Notice of Privacy Practice explains how the Military Health System (MHS) may use and share your personal health information to carry out treatment, payment or health care operations, or other reasons allowed or required by law. Personal health information is about your past, present or future physical or mental health or condition and related health care services. It could also include such things as your age, ethnicity, and other personal statistics. The Notice explains your rights to read and control your protected health information. It also explains the responsibility MHS has to protect you, the beneficiary.

How Do I get a Copy of the Notice?

You should have received a copy of the Notice in the mail. However, if for some reason you did not receive one, you can get a copy of the Notice from your military treatment facility (MTF) or view it on TRICARE Management Activity (TMA) Web site at www.TriCare.osd.mil/hipaa/ .

You will Be Asked to Sign an Acknowledgment That You Received the Notice. Why?

At your next MTF visit, you will be asked to sign a medical record label confirming that you've received the Notice. This is so the MHS can make certain that all TriCare benificiaries have been informed of their right to privacy over their personal health information.

Will Any of This Stop Me From Receiving Care?

No. The Notice is provided for your information only and will not affect your eligibility to receive Care.

What Are My Rights?

You have the right to read and copy your protected health information, ask for limits to be put on the use or sharing of your protected health information, ask that communications about your personal health information be done through  ways that further protect your privacy, ask to have corrections made to your protected health information, and get a listing of where and when your protected health information was shared.


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