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Hospital Amenities

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First Floor/Hospital
For the convenience of patients, the hospital has a VyStar Federal Credit Union Automatic Teller Machine located on the first floor of the hospital in the stairwell by the outpatient area across from the West elevator .


Second Floor/Hospital
(904) 542-7531
Office hours are 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Pastoral Care Department provides religious ministry to patients, staff, and their family members. Pastoral care includes visitation to inpatients, pastoral counseling and crisis intervention.
A 24-hour emergency service is available to inpatients by notifying the ward charge nurse. Religious services are held on the second floor in the Hospital Chapel.

Hospital Navy Exchange

First Floor/Hospital

The Navy operates a small gift shop on the first floor of the hospital. They offer greeting cards, small gift items, snacks, books, magazines and other gift shop type items. There is also a laundry and dry cleaning drop off and pick up service at the gift shop.

Information Desk

(904) 542-7300

The primary information desk is located just past the Pharmacy entrance.
The staff members at the information desk can provide only general information about patients. Most medical information on patients is protected by the Privacy Act and can not be released.
The information desk can also provide the phone number of staff members and general hospital information.

NEX Coffee Stand

First Floor/Outpatient Clinic

There is a new NEX coffee stand located across from the Pediatric Clinic in the Outpatient Clinic building. Their large selection of specialty coffees and some healthy snacks like yogurt, fruit, oatmeal and even bagels. are a favorite of

Post Office

First Floor/Hospital
(904) 542-7819

There is a U.S. Postal Service window located adjacent to the Mail Room. They offer limited services and do not sell stamps. They will accept packages for mailing if the correct postage is on the package. Mail boxes are located at various locations throughout the hospital.
There is a stamp vending machine near the Information Desk in the hospital lobby. Stamps may also be purchased at the Navy Exchange gift shop.

Snack Bar

Second Floor/Hospital
Monday to Friday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Navy Exchange operates a snack bar at the hospital. The snack bar offers soft drinks, soup, sandwiches, hot dogs etc.


Pay telephones are located in the Outpatient Clinic and on the first floor near the hospital lobby.

Inpatients have bedside telephones. For the convenience of hospital patients, a phone card machine is located on the Medical/Surgical Ward and the first floor of the hospital. Phone cards can be purchased to make long distance calls at competitive rates. Inpatients that would like to purchase a phone card should ask ward personnel for assistance.

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If you are interested in employment opportunities with Naval Hospital Jacksonville, check available job announcements listed on the
OR website.

Department: Department of the Navy
Agency: Naval Medical Command

If you have never worked for the federal government, this may be your primary site for job information. Read the information very carefully to make sure you are eligible to apply at this site and know the application process.

In Transit

The below links will give our military personnel visiting with us information on how to get assigned a sponsor, ideas of places to stay on base and local amenities available. Other links will give our PCS family ideas on places to stay on and off base.

Personnel In Transit and New Arrivals


Welcome to the Naval Hospital Jacksonville Ombudsman Group.


What is an Ombudsman?
The ombudsman is a volunteer, chosen by the Commanding Officer, on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An ombudsman is a spouse of a active duty mernber assigned to the command who serves as the official liaison between the command and its families. The ombudsman assists the CO in maintaining the morale and welfare of the command's active duty service members and its families.

What an Ombudsman does?
The ombudsman acts as an advocate for families and single sailors. We help to disseminate accurate information regarding command policies, services available, and deployments. We are a confidential Point of Contact for families and single sailors and refer them to the appropriate agency for questions, concerns, help, or intervention according to OPNAVINST 1750.1

What an Ombudsman is not?
The ombudsman is not a trained counselor or social worker, but can show you the way to solving your problems or getting assistance.

If you are interested in becoming a Command Ombudsman please call:
Please feel free to contact our command ombudsman at