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The Medical Home Port Clinics provides the full spectrum of primary health care to you and your family members.
Phone Center for Appointments:   703-784-1725 or Toll Free at 1-888-784-1802
Hours:   0730-1600 Monday - Friday   
Duty Provider available:   24 Hours daily.  To speak with your provider or designated representative call 703-784-1725 or toll free at 1-888-784-1802

Children 18 years or younger must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian. 
If child is accompanied by other than parent, proper documentation of medical power of attorney must be presented.

Family Medicine has a mix of Active Duty, GS, and Contract Providers:

  • Family Practice Physicians
  • Family Nurse Practitioners
  • Physician Assistants

Beneficiaries Cared for:

  • Quantico Active Duty Members
  • Family Members (spouses, children)
  • Enrollee Retirees

Focus of care:

  • Primary Care and Family Medicine
  • Acute Care
  • Well Woman, Physicals
  • Well-Child Examinations
      The purpose of a Well Baby visit is to assess the overall health of the baby, not specific illnesses. You should not bring your baby to a well-baby visit if they are ill. Well baby exams are recommended for babies at 3-day; 2 weeks; and one, two, four, six, nine, 12, 15, 18 and 24 months.
    • A current Well Baby exam is required before receiving childhood vaccines.
    • Annual visits can be performed up to two weeks before or after the birth date, except for the 12-month well baby check and the four-year physical exam. These exams must be scheduled after the child's first birthday and fourth birthday.
  • School and Sports Physicals
      According to Virginia State Code, children entering the Virginia School System for the first time are required to obtain a school physical. This physical may be completed and dated within one year prior to the first day of entry into school.
    • If your child requires a physical, please complete the front and back pages of the school physical form prior to your appointment. This Screening and Health History must be answered prior to your visit. To schedule an appointment for a school physical, call 703-784-1725. Select Option 2 the Option 1. Physicals will be booked within 7-28 days. If your child has had a physical within the last 12 months, please bring the form and immunization record for review – an appointment may not be required.
    • 72 hours are required for transcribing immunization records onto physical forms Children who wear glasses or contacts need to wear them for the appointment. Some children new to the Virginia School System may need to provide a urine specimen; and may require blood work to screen for anemia. Appointments are made May through September. If a physical is needed and an appointment is not available, please call the Pediatric Clinic for more information.
    • Links to neighboring country schools:
      Sports Physicals are required for all children in Virginia Public School grades 9-12 who are participating in school sponsored athletic programs. These forms are valid from May through June of the following year; and must be completed prior to tryouts or practice begins.
    • If your child requires a sports physical, please complete the second page (health history) of the physical form prior to your appointment.
    • Any Sports Physical completed prior to 1 May will not be valid for the September-June school year. Appointments are made May through September. If a sports physical is needed, and an appointment is not available, please call the Pediatric Clinic for more information.
  • Pre- and Post-deployment Screening
  • Specialty Care
  • Health Education

Specialty Care is available from visiting providers from NNMC Bethesda, Walter Reed Army Hospital, and DeWitt Army Hospital by appointment only. Specialty Clinics include dermatology, otolaryngology (ENT), pulmonology, ophthalmology, neurology, gynecology, hematology/oncology, and dietary services.

Family Practice providers are also able to perform many minor outpatient surgical procedures. Family Practice emphasizes the importance of preventive health care by performing breast examinations, pap smears, ordering mammograms, and providing referrals for other cancer screening procedures when appropriate.

Diabetic Education is another service of the Family Practice Clinic. A consult from the patient’s primary care manager is recommended; however the nurse educator will see any patient who desires information about diabetes management. Patients wishing to talk with the diabetic nurse educator or to schedule classes should contact the clinic. The nurse educator may refer a diabetic patient for specialty care including diabetic foot care, diabetic eye examinations, and diabetic nutrition counseling.


Welcome to Naval Health Clinic Quantico
The preferred choice for operational readiness and quality family centered care.
Commanding Officer Lonnie Hosea, CAPT, Nurse Corps, USN
Executive Officer Kristie Robson, CAPT, USN
Command Master Chief Brian D Campbell HMCM
For questions and concerns contact us at
To Schedule an Appointment: Call 1-888-784-1802 or click here.
To ask your PCM a non-urgent question, send them a secure message via Relay Health.
FOR EMERGENCIES: Go To The Nearest Emergency Room or Dial 433-3333 or 911
MISSION:World Wide Readiness. World Class Care.
VISION:The Preferred Partner for Readiness, Health, and Employment.
MOTTO:Always Chosen. Always Ready.
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