NMCP has limited the number of entrances to the hospital and will continue conducting COVID-19 screening questions for all patients, visitors and staff.


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LATEST UPDATES

SEP 25

We are pleased to announce that NSA Hampton Roads and Naval Medical Center Portsmouth have moved to HPCON Bravo; We know that this has been a subject of news reports, so we wanted to take a moment to let our patients know what this means for them.

In order to ensure that we remain able to provide care when and where it is needed, we will still require patients and staff to wear masks inside the medical center and maintain appropriate social distancing, and everyone who comes into the facility will still undergo screening.

In addition, the one visitor policy will remain in effect for now. Please see our website for more details. Remember to look after each other, take care of yourself, and keep your and your loved ones safe.

SEP 17, 0755 am

All phone lines have been restored at the Naval Medical Center Branch Clinics. Please resume normal communications with the clinics or use our Contact Us page at:

https://www.med.navy.mil/sites/SitePages/Contact.aspx
AUG 24

Effective August 24, 2020, visitors, patients, or staff who come to the facility unmasked will not be permitted to enter the facility. If staff try to enter unmasked, they will be sent to their car, or home as required, to retrieve a mask. If visitors and patients present unmasked, they will be offered a mask; if they are unable to wear a mask, they will be offered a face shield. If they refuse both, they will not be permitted to enter without written documentation from a health care provider waiving the use of a mask and/or face shield. If a patient is in duress or presenting with an emergency condition, they will be directed to the Emergency Room. In that scenario, the above masking requirement will not apply.

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JUL 22

COVID-19 VISITOR POLICY - July 22, 2020

Despite the relaxing of statewide restrictions the NMCP Facility and Branch Health Clinics are still adhering to a strict visitor policy.

  • NO VISITORS:
    • Patients with suspected COVID-19.
    • No visitors under the age of 18 including the children of NMCP staff members, unless the child is here for medical care.
  • LIMITED VISITORS:
    • ONE VISITOR per patient in the building at a time.
    • Visitors must not have COVID symptoms or suspected exposure.
    • Visitors are asked to wash hands often, especially before entering a patient’s room and upon exit.
    • Visitor policy will be flexible for families experiencing end-of-life situations.

All Visitors are required to wear masks while in the hospital. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as NMCP continues to ensure the safety of all of you, our patients, staff and our community.

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JUL 13

EFFECTIVE JULY 1 - Updated NMCP Services Read More

JUL 9

Pharmacy Call Center

Naval Medical Center Portsmouth COVID-19 call Center Delays

We are aware that there is a significant delay in the wait times on the NMCP Pharmacy Call Center, 757-953-0258, and at the NMCP Outpatient Pharmacy. This is being caused by technical difficulties at the Pharmacy. We are currently working to shorten the wait times. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause and thank you for your patience.

As a reminder

  1. Electronic prescriptions from your nmcp provider may now be processed and picked-up at all pharmacies. Stop by the Pharmacy of your choice to initiate your prescription and return to the same pharmacy in three days to pick it up (urgent prescriptions will still be filled same day).
  2. Prescription refills must be called in through Audiocare at 757-953-6337, but may be picked up at any pharmacy, except Northwest.
  3. If your prescriptions are sent electronically by an outside civilian provider, you can initiate your prescription by calling the Pharmacy Call Center at 757-953-0258. (please allow for a three business day turnaround time). A pick up date and time will be assigned to pick up your prescription at one of the following locations (please allow for a three business day turnaround time):
    • Oceana Pharmacy Drive Thru (M-F 7 a.m.-4 p.m.)
    • Norfolk Walk-In Pharmacy (M-F 7 a.m.-4 p.m.)
    • Boone Pharmacy Drive Thru (M-Sat 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.)
    • Scott Center Annex Pharmacy Drive Thru (M-Sat 7 a.m.-6 p.m.)
JUL 8

COVID-19 Call Center

Naval Medical Center Portsmouth COVID-19 call Center Delays

We understand that the COVID-19 Call Center, 757-953-6200, is currently experiencing longer than usual wait times. This is due to an increase in the number of calls coming in to the center. We are currently working to shorten the wait times. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause and thank you for your patience.


CORONAVIRUS UPDATES (Updated: 3/13/2020)
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Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

As the U. S. Navy's oldest, continuously-operating hospital since 1830, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) proudly serves past and present military members and their families. The nationally acclaimed, state of the art medical center, including its ten branch and TRICARE Prime clinics located throughout the Hampton Roads area, additionally offers premier research and teaching programs designed to prepare new doctors, nurses and hospital corpsmen for future roles in healing and wellness. NMCP is a patient-driven TRICARE facility entrusted with the health readiness of the United States armed forces.

Geographically located in the southeastern corner of the Commonwealth of Virginia, on historic Hospital Point in Portsmouth, Virginia, the main campus of NMCP is home to more than 5,000 men and women who provide healthcare services to the brave men and women of all our armed forces, their family members, and military retirees, nearly 180,000 beneficiaries, which is a daunting task accomplished with great skill and competency by the "First and Finest."

Hampton Roads generally includes the cities of Newport News, Hampton, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, and Suffolk, and is populated with more than 1.5 million people. The region is homeport to the majority of the ships, aircraft, and Department of the Navy Sailors and Marines assigned to the Atlantic Fleet. NMCP is one of many regional commands that constitute the largest military concentration in the world.


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