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Health Clinics

Branch Health Clinic Jacksonville


(904) 546-7094

Aviation Medicine:

Appointment Line:  (904) 546-7130

Front Desk:  (904) 546-7097

Behavioral Health / Mental Health:

(904) 546-7099 / 7110 (Deployment Health Center)

Case Management:

(904) 546-7069

CO’s Care Line:

(904) 542-2273

Customer Relations:

(904) 546-7094 and ask for Customer Relations, or email.


(904) 546-7100 / 7101 / 7102

Deployment Health Center:

Provides pre- and post-deployment services for all branches of active duty, active reserve, and National Guard (and families) across Florida and Georgia.  Also offers operational stress classes; individual, couples, and group treatment; and briefs and interventions for operational commands.

(904) 546-7099 / 7110

Emergency & Urgent Care:

In an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room
(Branch Health Clinic Jacksonville doesn't have an E.R.; but Naval Hospital Jacksonville has an E.R. that's open 24/7.)  For urgent care, call our Appointment Line or Nurse Advice Line.

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP):

Serves active duty families with special health and education needs.

(904) 542-7348

Health Promotions / Wellness Center:

Offers individual and group classes, including:  tobacco cessation, weight management, health fitness, and nutrition. 

Hospital Building 867 (next to NAS Jacksonville Fitness Center)

(904) 542-5292


(904) 546-7050


(904) 546-7131 / 7104

Lactation Pod:

Breastfeeding is welcome at all of our facilities.  In addition, we offer a lactation pod that is accessible to strollers and wheelchairs. 

Medical Records:

(904) 546-7108 / 7109

Mental Health / Behavioral Health: 

(904) 546-7099 / 7110 (Deployment Health Center)

Occupational Health:

(904) 546-7113

Operational Forces Medical Liaison:

Serves as the primary point-of-contact for operational commands. Tracks inpatients and intensive outpatients until the service member is returned to their unit.
Hospital Central Tower, 2nd Floor, Room 2013A
(904) 542-9256
DSN: 942-9256
Cell: (904) 314-9235
Email (for program management, logistics, administrative support issues):
Email (for medical providers):


(904) 546-7129

Periodic Health Assessment (PHA) / Pre- and Post-Deployment Health

Appointments:  (904) 546-7051/7052


See the TRICARE Formulary (list of medicines).  Find out more about the formulary here. View Naval Hospital Jacksonville's / Branch Health Clinic Jacksonville's formulary.

Pharmacy Home Delivery:

Skip the trip, with medications delivered to your home.  Includes refills by mail, phone, or online; and an automatic-refill option.  Active duty have no co-pay.  For other patients, your co-pay is for a 90-day supply.  So it’s about 1/5 the cost of TRICARE retail pharmacies for generics, and about 1/3 the cost of TRICARE retail pharmacies for brand-names.  To change your prescription to Home Delivery, visit Express Scripts, or download the Express Scripts app, or call (877) 363-1303.

Our Pharmacies:

You can receive up to a 90-day supply (for most medications) with no co-pay.


Call (800) NAV-PHAR (800-628-7427), or refill online at  You’ll need your prescription number (on the label) and the last four digits of the sponsor's social security number.

BHC Jax Pharmacy:

(904) 546-7186 (Active Duty only)

Satellite Pharmacy (by NAS Jax NEX):

Pick up refills, and new prescriptions from TRICARE network providers here.  (904) 542-1540

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

TRICARE Retail Pharmacy Network

This option provides up to a 30-day supply, with a co-pay for each 30-day supply.  (Active duty have no co-pay.)  To find out more, contact Express Scripts at (877) 363-1303 or

Pre- and Post-Deployment Health:

(904) 546-7047

Preventive Medicine / Environmental Health:

Contact us to report concerns about insects or conditions at on-base facilities:

(904) 546-7024 / 7027

Primary Care:

Active duty are assigned to a Primary Care Manager (PCM) in Primary Care:  (904) 546-7107

Primary Care has one Medical Home Port Team:  Silver Team.  It is the central resource for your health needs:  urgent, preventive, and routine.

  • Our team partners with you.
  • You can choose your PCM.
  • We work with you to coordinate care (including specialty care).
  • We connect you to information and support.
  • You and your PCM work together to develop a plan of care.  This includes:
    • tests and treatment;
    • short-and long-term goals.
  • A second opinion is available in our clinic.

For our Appointment Lines, 24/7 Nurse Advice Line, TRICARE Online Patient Portal, secure email messaging, and Pharmacy Home Delivery, please see the Getting Care page.


(904) 546-7112

Sick Call:

(904) 546-7094 / 7095 / 7107

Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program:

(904) 546-6302

Suitability Screening:

Required for active duty (and accompanying family members) with orders to an operational platform or isolated duty.  This process should begin as soon as you receive orders.

(904) 546-7004

Nurse Advice (24/7):

Open 24/7, including federal holidays. For clinical advice or help finding urgent care, contact the Nurse Advice Line.  Call 800-TRICARE (800-874-2273), or for web chat or video chat, visit

TRICARE Retail Pharmacy Network:

This option provides up to a 30-day supply, with a co-pay for each 30-day supply.  (Active duty have no co-pay.)  To find out more, contact Express Scripts at (877) 363-1303 or

TRICARE Health Benefits Advisor (HBA):

Visit TRICARE at or call (800) 444-5445 (Humana Military), to find out about benefits, claims, transferring your TRICARE enrollment to this region, Primary Care Manager (PCM) assignments, TRICARE plans (Prime, Select, TRICARE for Life, TRICARE Young Adult, etc.), and dental plans.  Or contact our HBA for local issues:  Hospital Central Tower, 1st Floor, by our galley:

(904) 542-9165

TRICARE Online Patient Portal:

To manage your care online (book appointments, refill prescriptions, see lab results), visit the TRICARE Online Patient Portal at

TRICARE Online Patient Portal - Secure Email Messaging:

To securely email your care team (for non-urgent issues), sign up at

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

Appointments for first and second dose of COVID-19 vaccines to: active duty, TRICARE beneficiaries age 12 and older, on-base civilian employees and contractors, an additional dose to immunocompromised, and a booster dose for TRICARE beneficiaries age 65 and older and other high-risk groups as defined by Centers For Disease Control, can be made using the DHA COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Portal
Please bring your TRICARE beneficiary ID Card and arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. If you are receiving your second dose or additional dose (if immunocompromised), please bring your vaccination card that shows your previous documented dose(s). Please ensure that you receive your second dose at the same site that you received your first dose.

--  COVID-19 vaccines are not available by walk-in.  
--  Regardless of vaccination status, face masks are required when visiting the clinic.


COVID-19 Vaccine Availability

COVID-19 vaccines currently available to all U.S. citizens and residents are Johnson & Johnson/Janssen, Pfizer-BioNTech-COMIRNATY®, and Moderna. These vaccines are safe and effective against COVID-19 and its variants.
  •  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has fully authorized the Pfizer COMIRNATY® vaccine for individuals age 16 and older.
  • The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is offered through an FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for children ages 12 -15.
  • The Johnson & Johnson and Moderna vaccines are offered through an FDA EUA for individuals age 18 and older.
The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all people 12 years and older, including people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now, or might become pregnant in the future.

DOD COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

 The DOD now requires COVID-19 vaccines for all members of the Armed Forces under DOD authority on active duty or in the Ready Reserve, including the National Guard, who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This include pregnant service members. Each service will decide their own deadline for vaccination.
  • If you’re a service member and you’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine from a non-DOD provider, make sure to update your medical records.
  • If you haven’t received your COVID vaccine yet, schedule your vaccine as soon as you can. 
  • Find a DOD COVID Vaccine Location near you.
 The DOD already requires all ADSMs to get other types of vaccines before they join the military. There are very narrow religious and medical exemptions available on a case-by-case basis. If you have questions, contact your unit commander.

Additional Dose for Immunocompromised

If you have certain immunocompromising conditions, such as undergoing cancer treatment or taking medications which suppress your immune system, CDC recommends you get an additional dose of an mRNA vaccine at least 28 days after your second dose of an mRNA vaccine. >>Learn More

Booster Dose (Pfizer Only)

A COVID-19 Pfizer booster shot is available for people who completed their primary Pfizer vaccine series at least 6 months ago AND meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • 65 years of age and older and residents in long term care facilities should receive a booster dose
  • 50-64 years of age with underlying medical conditions should receive a booster dose
  • 18-49 years of age with underlying medical conditions
  • 18-64 years of age who live or work in a high-risk setting

Get the COVID-19 vaccine to protect yourself, your family, your community, and our nation.
To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine, visit

Are You a DOD Civilian Employee?

All DOD civilian employees must be fully vaccinated by Nov. 22, 2021, subject to exemptions as required by law. >>See SecDef Memo

  • Employees are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after completing the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or 2 weeks after receiving a single dose of a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine.

 DoD civilian employees must be fully vaccinated by their entry on duty (start) date or Nov. 22, 2021, whichever is later.

Warrior Navigation & Assistance Program (WNAP):

Assists wounded warriors and their families with navigating TRICARE, Medicare, and Veterans Affairs health systems; medical equipment; behavioral health; resources (food, shelter, transportation); and transitional care when relocating.  Call (888) 4GO-WNAP (888-446-9627), visit:, or email:


Wounded Warrior - Safe Harbor: 

Coordinates the non-medical care of seriously wounded, ill, and injured sailors and Coast Guardsmen; and provides resources to their families.  Visit: or call (904) 542-9581.

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(904) 546-7094


Aboard NAS Jacksonville

Building 964 (corner of Enterprise Ave., Ajax St. and Birmingham Ave.)
Jacksonville, FL. 32214

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Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.