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Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC) Lemoore includes Naval Medical Administrative Unit (NMAU) Monterey and Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Unit (NMRTU) Fallon. Collectively we provide high quality, patient-centered healthcare to more than 32,000 active duty, retired military, and civilian beneficiaries from shore-based and operational commands.  Click the link above to visit the military treatment facility website, Naval Health Clinic Lemoore.

Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Lemoore is comprised predominantly of military members that support Naval Health Clinic Lemoore. The command supports overall Navy and Marine Corps readiness by training military command members to ensure they are ready to deploy and provide medical support to various operational Navy and Marine units deployed, ashore or at sea.


The current building Naval Health Clinic Lemoore, originally Naval Hospital Lemoore, was dedicated on 12 May 2000.  The building is a 150,000 sq. ft. medical facility that houses 16 inpatient beds and is staffed by over 300 active duty personnel. The clinic provides top quality care to over 32,000 patients.

The previous Naval Hospital Lemoore building was commissioned 1 July 1968 as a 67-bed general hospital under the management and control of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Washington, D.C.  Since its establishment, Naval Hospital and Naval Health Clinic Lemoore have been in direct support of operations of Naval forces at home and on battlefields around the world.

During operations in Southeast Asia, Naval Hospital Lemoore staff was involved in support of Marine infantry units and various ships. Hospital personnel provided continuity of care to prisoners of war returning to the United States.  Naval Hospital Lemoore staff supported Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm by serving on USNS Mercy (TAH-19), augmenting Fleet Hospital FIVE, serving with ground units of the Fleet Marine Force and serving on amphibious ships.  In recent years, the clinic has continued to provide support through Individual Augmentation deployments around the globe and was called upon to supplement the nation’s COVID-19 response efforts in March of 2020.

The hospital and now health clinic have been accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations since 1974, completing its most recent survey in February 2023.

For patient services please visit the Naval Health Clinic Lemoore website.

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