Monday – Friday from 0700-1600

Saturday, Sunday and Federal Holidays: CLOSED

(901) 874-5924/6049/6067



The Naval Branch Health Clinic employs three Health Benefits Advisors to assist you in understanding and obtaining your health care benefits, and to help you resolve outstanding medical/dental bills. We will be happy to assist you on a walk-in basis, or by phone.

Eligibility for medical care at a Military Treatment Facility is determined by a computer system called Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS). As a patient, you will need to present your Uniformed Services Identification Card (ID) when you present to the clinic for care. This card is also required when you fill any prescriptions at the pharmacy.  If you or a family member's ID card has expired it must be renewed prior to seeking medical care. Reserve and Guard personnel must have orders. 

*** Newly reporting Active Duty members must report to the TRICARE Service Center in building S-771 to transfer themselves and family member’s TRICARE enrollment. ***

The milConnect Web site allows sponsors, spouses, and eligible beneficiaries to perform self-service functions that previously required support. Accessed from this page through your secure login, milConnect allows you to:

  • Manage TRICARE enrollments
  • Locate the nearest Military ID card issuing facility
  • View personnel information Transfer MGIB benefits to eligible family members
  • View Civilian Employment Information (for Guard and Reserve members; excluding Army Reserve, Navy, and Coast Guard)
  • View Service-members' Group Life Insurance information (except Marines and Coast Guard)
  • Obtain proof of insurance if currently in a TRICARE managed program
  • Find answers to frequently asked questions about health care eligibility