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Navy Medicine's Hotline Program is designed to strengthen and focus efforts to combat fraud, waste and mismanagement. The Medical Inspector General (MEDIG) program is of fundamental importance. It gives voice to all members of the Navy Medicine team, and ensures their concerns will be heard, considered and appropriately addressed.

Follow the steps below if you have witnessed or been the target of illegal or improper acts involving fraud, waste or mismanagement.

Four-Step Hotline Complaint Procedures

  • Step One: Determine the best method to address your issue
  • Step Two: Review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Step Three: Prepare to submit your hotline complaint
  • Step Four: Determine other avenues of redress are available to resolve complaints


IG Hotline Complaint Form
How To Resolve A Complaint (A-Z)
Naval Inspector General



Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Medical Inspector General (N01IG)

7700 Arlington Boulevard
Falls Church, VA 22042

Administration/General Inquiries: 301-295-9009/9010
Hotline: 1-800-637-6175
DSN: 295-9019

Navy Medical Forces Pacific (NAVMEDFORPAC)
NAVMEDFORPAC Inspector General
4170 Norman Scott Rd., Bldg. 3232
San Diego, CA 92136
Hotline: (877) 479-3832

​Navy Medical Forces Atlantic (NAVMEDFORLANT)
NAVMEDFORLANT Inspector General
620 John Paul Jones Cir., Ste. 1400
Portsmouth, VA 23708
Hotline: (757) 953-5565

Naval Medical Forces Support Command (NAVMEDFORSC)
NAVMEDFORSC Inspector General
Attn: Command Inspector General (00IG)
Reid Hall, Bldg 1001, Suite 124
4075 Dickman Road
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234
Hotline: (210) 808-9999  DSN:  420-9999

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