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Marine Corps Base Quantico Virginia
 
Welcome to Naval Health Clinic Quantico
The preferred choice for operational readiness and quality family centered care.
     
Commanding Officer Martha A. Cutshall, CAPT, Nurse Corps, USN
Executive Officer Gordon R. Blighton, CAPT, MSC, USN
Command Master Chief HMCM(FMF) Josina Cato, USN
For questions and concerns contact us at usn.quantico.navhlthclinquava.list.patient-relations@mail.mil
To Schedule an Appointment: Call 1-888-784-1802 or click here.
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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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MCB Quantico Traffic Advisory

From Sunday 2 December through the end of December, paving and milling will be conducted along the Russell Road widening project.

Expect temporary lane closures and alternate traffic patterns during this time. Expect heavier than normal traffic throughout the day and delays along Russell Road in the vicinity of the Davis and Marsh buildings and Dunlap Circle.



  

Flu season is on its way and now is the time to make sure you and your family is protected. Click : https://www.cdc.gov/flu/index.htm 

This season’s vaccines have been updated to better match circulating viruses. CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months and older. The flu vaccine is the best way to protect against flu. Vaccination can reduce flu illnesses, doctors' visits, and missed work and school, as well as prevent hospitalizations. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for protection to set in, making now the perfect time to get vaccinated.
 
WHERE CAN I GET VACCINATED?

Naval Health Clinic Quantico (NHCQ) currently has the Flu vaccine available. Flu vaccinations are for all active duty military members, TRICARE benneficiaries, Department fo Defense (DoD) civilians and contractors specifically required to be immunized for continuity of operations, reservists, and foreign military members.

WHEN CAN I GET VACCINATED?
 
Vaccines will be given on a walk-in basis, no appointment is necessary. This season, under the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations, no FluMist will be provided by the Department of Defense, CDC found it offered no protection against flu for children 2 through 17 years of age last season.

Flu vaccine will be administrated at NHCQ Mainside Immunizations Clinic, located on the first floor, Hallway F, during the hours of 0745 and 1530, (Clinic is closed for lunch from 1145 - 1230 daily) Monday through Friday.  TBS personnel can visit the TBS Clinic between 0800 and 1530.  WNY BHC personnel can visit these clinics from 0700-1500. All other DoD civilians requesting vaccination at the clinic will be required to complete a DD Form 2569, Other Health Insurance (OHI) or present OHI card before receiving immunization. 
For more information regarding influenza and vaccinations call:
NHCQ Mainside Immunizations Clinic
Phone: 703-784-1872



HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS TIME

Looking ahead, Hurricane Preparedness time is now upon us. It is your time to prepare for a potential land-falling tropical storm or hurricane.

Form more information, please visit: NOAA's Hurricane Preparedness page.

Share this with your friends and family to ensure that they are as fully prepared as possible in case of a storm.

ZIKA VIRUS INFECTION

Zika is a viral infection primarily spread by mosquito bites.

Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause microcephaly and other birth
defects.

Currently, Zika outbreaks are occurring in numerous Pacific Islands, the Caribbean, and throughout Central America and South America.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have issued travel notices for more than 40 countries and territories that are reporting Zika outbreaks.

To learn more visit: https://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmcphc/.