Personnel will be issued an Up-Chit at their Aviation Sick Call location (either NATTC or Corry Station Location).
- CTW-6 (VT-86, 10, 4), NASC (Schools Command), and MATSG (Flight Status Staff and Students) Up-Chits issued at NATTC Location – call 452-8979 to arrange a time.
- All other flight status personnel Up-Chits issued at Corry Station Location – call 452-5242 to arrange a time.
The patient must meet the following requirements:
1. Be off all medications.
2. They have returned to their normal state of health.
3. They must bring their medical record or pick their record up in the Medical Records office.
General NATOPS (OPNAVINST 3710, Chapter 22.214.171.124) includes the following statements on medications:
Taking drugs prescribed by competent medical authority shall be considered sufficient cause for recommendation of grounding unless their use is specifically approved by a flight surgeon, or a waiver for specific drug use has been granted by BUPERS of the Commandant of the Marine Corps
Because of the possibility of adverse side effects and unpredictable reactions, the use of over-the-counter drugs by flight personnel is prohibited unless specifically approved by a flight surgeon.
In general, all medications require temporary grounding unless specifically described here as NCD for flight duties.
Due to the complexity of the medications involved, different flight status categories, and specific flight status requirements; any questions should be referred to , (850) 452-5242
A medication reference can be found at http://www.nomi.med.navy.mil/NAMI/WaiverGuideTopics/medications.htm
Immunizations are administered 0800 - 1130 and 1230 - 1530 Monday through Friday at the following locations depending upon your status:
- Flight status students and staff at aviation training units
NATTC Location. Check out record and bring with you to Immunizations Section.
NH Pensacola. Check out record and bring with you to Occupational Health for screening.
- All other Branch Clinic NAS Pensacola Active Duty patients.
Corry Station Location. Check out record and bring with you to Immunizations Section.
**PPD (Tuberculin Skin Test) is placed during all operating hours except on Thursdays or any Friday that precedes a 3 day weekend. The test must be read at a follow up appointment 48-72 hours after being placed.
**Yellow Fever shot availability is not consistent. Call your Immunization Section at your clinic, ask them to check on availability and set up a time and location for administration of the shot.
The release of medical information is governed by the Health Information Protection and Portability Act (HIPPA) as well as the Privacy Act of 1973. Medical information will not be released over the phone.
Answers to frequently asked questions:
My lab and/or X-ray results are not in my health record. Why not? How do the doctors know the results?
Laboratory and radiology results are no longer routinely printed out for filing in the health record. Providers at Naval Hospital Pensacola and its Branch Clinics have access to the results through the Composite Health Care System (CHCS).
When a service member transfers, separates or retires the laboratory and radiology results, including HIV, are printed out and placed in the health record as part of the clinic check out process.
How do I find out my tests results?
Results of medical tests such as laboratory, radiology, etc. can only be released by a provider. If you were not scheduled an appointment when the tests were ordered, call 850-505-7171 to make an appointment. If the provider who ordered the tests is not available another provider can discuss the results with you.
What if I need my HIV results?
Active duty personnel may obtain HIV results from Medical Records when needed to apply for military programs, transfer overseas, transfer to a ship, or for personal use. Only the provider who ordered the HIV and certain personnel in Medical Records can access HIV results.
How long can I keep my record when I check it out?
Health records must be returned to this clinic within 10 working days. Commands may be notified when medical records are not returned in a timely manner.
What if I have numerous appointments at another facility?
Upon request, written permission to hand carry records can be granted by the medical records department.
I am no longer on active duty. How can I obtain information from my medical records?
For medical records for personnel who retired or separated after the below dates:
Army: October 1992
Navy: January 1994
Marine Corps: May 1994
Air Force: June 1994
Coast Guard: April 1998
Veterans Administration Records Mgmt CTR
PO Box 5020
St Louis MO 63115-0020
For health records retired prior to the above dates contact:
Military personnel Records Facility
9700 Page Ave
St Louis MO 63132-5100
For Civilian Employee Medical Files (civilian medical records) contact:
National Personnel Center
111 Winnebago Street
St Louis Mo 63118
For more information call 850-452-5242 ext 113
Monday to Friday (excluding holidays), Sick-Call and Follow-Up care (Urgent care should go to the ER) is obtained by calling: (850) 505-7171
Sites for care for Sick Call/Follow-Up care are as follows:
- Naval Aviation Schools Command (API, Aircrew School)
NATTC Location at the NASC Section
- TRAWING Six Staff and Students
NATTC Location at the Aviation Medicine Section
- Civilians with non-urgent work-related illnesses/injuries
NH Pensacola Occupational Health
- All other NBHC NAS Pensacola Active Duty patients (Including all other Flight Status not in NASC or TRAWING Six)
Corry Station Location
Emergency and Urgent care should go to NH Pensacola ER or their nearest ER as deemed necessary. Call 911 off-base, or 2-3333 on-base for ambulance assistance.
Weekends and Holidays, non-emergent, non-urgent Sick Call and Follow-Up is available from 0800 - 1200 hours on a walk-in basis at the NH Pensacola Family Practice Clinic.
During NBHC NAS Pensacola renovations all civilian and active duty occupational health care is given at NH Pensacola in the Occupational Health Clinic
Occupational Health is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses. Services include medical surveillance and certification exams required for firefighters, divers, explosive ordinance handlers, child care workers, police officers, ionizing radiation workers and many more. Exams may insure the ability to wear protective equipment, such as a respirator, when working with hazardous solvents or paints. Immunizations are given to employees who are at risk for exposure to infectious or contagious diseases.
Our staff has expertise in the treatment of work related injuries for employees from the time of occurrence through rehabilitation. Our clinic actively participates in the analysis of mishaps as part of a multidisciplinary team to improve our employee's safety.
Optometry services are provided to active duty personnel to include eye examinations, eyeglass prescription and eyeglass fitting. Services for retirees are limited to ordering military frames upon receipt of eyeglass prescription.
All optometry services are provided at the NH Pensacola Optometry Clinic for all NBHC NAS Beneficiaries regardless of duty-status.
All service members and their families are required to be screened before reporting for shipboard or overseas duty.
Single active duty members or geographic bachelors are screened in the clinic by appointment. Call (850) 505-7171 to schedule. It is highly recommended that you drop your medical record off with the Physical Exam Nurse at the Corry Station Location at least 72 hours prior to your appointment for a pre-screening, immunizations, and additional lab testing before you see the medical provider for sign-off.
Overseas screening for active duty with family members is done by the Patient Administration Department, Naval Hospital Pensacola. For more information call (850) 505-6183.
Bring the following with you to the appointment:
- Copy of your orders
- Health record. If your record is maintained at the Branch Health Clinic, you should arrive 15 minutes check it out
- Page 13 (if going overseas unaccompanied)
The Overseas and Sea Duty Screening processes should be started at least 15 days before planned departure.
The Pharmacy is open from 0700 – 1130 and 1230 – 1530, Monday through Friday. The clinic pharmacy is staffed by one Independent Duty Pharmacy Technician which may result in delays during the peak periods of 0700-1000.
The pharmacy fills prescriptions written in the clinic, with these patients having priority over refill requests. Staff, retirees and eligible dependents are asked to utilize the Naval Hospital refill service (850-505-6459 or 1-800-513-4164) or request their refills on-line through the Naval Hospital Pensacola website. These refills can be picked up at the satellite location at the Navy Mall at the following times.
PENSACOLA NEXT PICKUP
Mon - Fri: 0900 - 1700
Sat: 0900 - 1300
The Physical Exam Section is located at the Corry Station Location. This location handles all exams and screenings for NBHC NAS Pensacola’s Active Duty patient population. All types of exams and screenings are by appointment only and can be obtained by calling the Central Appointment Desk at (850) 505-7171.
Additionally, Pre-Commissioning, Coast Guard 5 year, and other miscellaneous exams can be performed for non-enrollees of NBHC NAS Pensacola on a space available basis if the patient brings documentation from their Commanding Officer or Recruiter. NBHC NAS Pensacola Branch Clinic is not to be used as a substitute for routine established Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS).
All Flight Physicals (Long and Short Form) are performed at the Corry Station Location. Call (850) 505-7171 to make your appointment during a two-month window around your birth month. Appointment may be from the first day of the month before your birth month, to the last day of your birth month.
For non-flight status Navy and Marine Corps personnel, the “5 year physical” has been replaced by the annual Periodic Health Assessment. The exam is performed annually, preferably on patient’s birth month. Click the Periodic Health Assessment tab on this page to learn more.
Do your feet hurt? Podiatry services are provided to active duty, family members and retired personnel upon written referral from your Primary Care Manager.
All Podiatry services are offered at NH Pensacola located within the Orthopedics Clinic.
Active duty females are required to have annual exams to include a pap smear, pelvic exam and breast exam.
We provide these services by appointment as well as counseling and consultation. Appointments can be scheduled by calling the Central Appointment Line at 850-505-7171.
CTW-6, NASC, and MATSG staff and students receive these services at the NATCC Location, all other NBHC NASP patients receive their Women’s Healthcare at the Corry Station Location.