We execute the Naval Public Health mission by providing health readiness to operating forces and shore command stakeholders across the full range of military commands and civilian organizations in Navy, Marine Corps, and joint environments.
Our customers include the Navy and Marine Corps Components of the Unified Combatant Commands (Africa Command, Central Command, European Command, Northern Command, Pacific Command, Southern Command, Special Operations Command, Strategic Command, and Transportation Command) and the Shore Based Commands (Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Headquarters Marine Corps, Fleet Forces Command, Pacific Fleet Command, Marine Corps Combat Development Command, and BUMED). Health Readiness is provided through force health protection and risk mitigation capabilities to numerous customers that exist in these environments, including Naval vessels (ships and submarines); facilities (shore commands and barracks); troops (Sailors, Marines, Soldiers, and Airmen); Medical staff (Fleet and MTF—deployed and garrison), and DoD personnel (civilian and contractor). These categories of customers are located in organizations across the globe—from a ship in port in San Diego to a deployed regiment in Afghanistan.
Outside of the customer community, additional stakeholders to the Naval Public Health mission include sources of funding and policy/regulatory requirements. These organizations have impact to or influence over the programs and services provided by NMCPHC.
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
7700 Arlington Blvd. Ste. 5113 Falls Church, VA 22042-5113
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