Welcome from the OIC
Congratulations on your receipt of orders to Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC) Detachment Naval Expeditionary Medical Training Institute (NEMTI) onboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. Our mission is to provide expeditionary medical training in an operational environment to Active and Reserve Navy members to include medical, SEABEES and other support personnel.
Staff Welcome Aboard Package
Student Welcome Aboard Package
MCB Camp Pendleton Welcome Aboard Package
All military and civilian personnel must report with orders and records to the Naval Expeditionary Medical Training Institute (NEMTI), Camp Pendleton, CA. Personnel should report to the Administration Building during normal working hours, Mon-Fri 0730-1600, to begin your official administrative check-in process, in-brief with the OIC and submission of required paperwork to PSD Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.
Personnel with orders to Navy Trauma Training Center are required to follow the above reporting-in directions. Once complete, you will report to NTTC, Administrative Office, at the old L.A. County Hospital, 1200 N. State Street, Room 1050, Los Angeles, CA. Please call 323-226-4102 so we can provide you with directions to our location and parking.
Naval Expeditionary Medical Training Institute
Camp Pendleton, CA 92055-5223
Request a Sponsor
If you have just received orders to the Naval Expeditionary Medical Training Institute, a Welcome Aboard package will be sent to you. To help us assess your needs and assign a command sponsor, please complete the Sponsor Request Form.
Command Sponsorship Program
Getting Onboard - NEMTI Camp Pendleton Information
- South Mesa Lodge
Bldg. 202870 (Directions: Enter Camp Pendleton main gate, turn right on Wire Mountain Rd. turn left on San Jacinto Rd. The lodge is at the end just past the South Mesa Club.)
Phone: 760-763-7805 / 7806 / 7807 / 7808
- Ward Lodging
Bldg. 1310, across from Mainside Center
Phone: 760-725-5194 / 5304 and 760-385-1311 / 0521
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