Naval Hospital Guam is comprised of the main hospital in Agana Heights, and two branch clinics, medical and dental, on Naval Base Guam. The Naval Hospital’s staff consists of 516 Active Duty and 201 civilians, contractors, reservists and volunteers who serve more than 26,000 beneficiaries. In 2008, there were 111,000 outpatient visits, 1,572 inpatients. We delivered 428 babies and performed 1,100 surgeries. Appointments for all Primary Care clinics can be made by calling Central Appointments at (671) 344-9202. Specialty Care is coordinated through your Primary Care Manager.
The hospital offers a broad range of medical services that include family practice, OB-GYN, pediatrics, general surgery, anesthesia, internal medicine, psychiatry, psychology, occupational health and preventive medicine, emergency medicine, dental surgery, urology, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, optometry, acute care, physical therapy, Dietician, Health Promotions and social work services.
Military members reporting to Guam must enroll themselves and their family members in the TRICARE system within the first two weeks of arrival to obtain TRICARE overseas benefits and a Primary Care Manager. Please bring all health records and family social security numbers to expedite enrollment.
Our Mission. Our Navy Medicine Team provides world class health services in support of our nation’s military mission—anytime, anywhere. Our Vision. We are leaders in providing compassionate patient and family-centered care, uncompromising in our teamwork and commitment. Our Guiding Principles. Honor, Courage and Commitment.
Our Command Customer Service Goals. Readiness, Access, Quality of Care, Communication.
Naval Hospital Guam personnel support extends beyond the shoreline of the island. In 2008, 51 Active Duty staff from Naval Hospital Guam deployed in support of the Global War on Terror (GWOT) with the Expeditionary Medical Facility in Kuwait, the Hospital Ship USNS MERCY and a variety of Individual Augmentee duties in Iraq, Afghanistan, Cuba, Africa and aboard ships.
For more than 100 years Navy Medicine has held a special responsibility on Guam. From 1899 when Surgeon Philip Leach first sought an appropriate site for a Naval Hospital and dispensary in Agana, to the current facility, and into the future with a new facility. Navy Medicine continues the proud traditions of providing healthcare and sound relations with the populace of Guam.
As an island partner, Naval Hospital Guam supports the local community in many ways. Staff members contribute thousands of community service hours on projects such as school clean-up, work with Guam Animals in Need and countless other organizations. Recently, the Naval Hospital received top honors in the 2008 Navy Environmental Stewardship Flagship Award for large, shore-based commands. Most notable, is the nursing mentorship that is provided for seniors of the University of Guam nursing program.