The sole Navy source for Aeromedical training at all levels, including Aerospace Medicine residency. NAMI trains more than 240 aeromedical providers, including Aerospace Medicine Technicians (NEC 8406) and all categories of Aeromedical Officers. The U.S. Army sends their Aerospace Medicine residents through the Navy program. Several foreign military services; including Germany, France, Israel, Canada, Norway and the Netherlands, choose to send their physicians to our Aeromedical Officer training program. NAMI is truly an internationally recognized Center of Excellence.
If you have just received orders to the Naval Expeditionary Medical Training Institute, a Welcome Aboard package will be sent to you. To help us assess your needs and assign a command sponsor, please complete the Sponsor Request Form, located HERE.
During normal working hours (0730-1600), report with your orders and records to the Administrative/Personnel Management Department (850-452-9260), located in building 3933 Rm M147, in the Uniform of the Day. After normal working hours, or on a weekend or holiday, report to the Naval Air Station Pensacola Quarterdeck (850-452-3100, then press "0", building 624).
Naval Aerospace Medicine Institute
340 Hulse Road
Pensacola, FL 32508
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
7700 Arlington Blvd. Ste. 5113 Falls Church, VA 22042-5113
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