Family Medicine (PCMH)
As one of Fort Belvoir Community Hospital's Patient Centered Medical Homes, the Family Medicine Clinic aims to improve the health of our military members, retirees and their families by providing world-class, family- and community-oriented healthcare to our patients.
We also pride ourselves in furthering the education of medical students, physician assistants, residents, fellows, and faculty in the principles of family medicine. The department staff seeks to discover new knowledge that will contribute to the processes and outcomes of military healthcare.
Military Sick Call
- Military Sick Call is for Acute Medical Conditions
- Check-in begins at 6:30 a.m. Active duty service members will be screened and triaged by Medics and Corpsmen prior to evaluation by the provider. The physician encounter will occur between 7 and 11 a.m.
- The following will NOT be seen in Sick Call:
- Chronic or ongoing medical conditions
- Separation and Retirement Physicals (SHPEs)
- Renewal of profiles, light limited duty, limited duty, referrals, medical waivers, etc.
- Follow ups
- Medication refills
- Preventative Health Assessments (PHAs)
- All none acute conditions will be given an appointment with their PCM
- Obstetric care (including prenatal and postpartum)
- Pediatric care (including neonates and infants)
- Adult care (including vasectomies)
- Geriatric care
- Additional services include patient education, disease management, and case management for special populations at highest risk of adverse outcomes and utilization
- Retirement and Separation Physicals (SHPE): Please contact clinic (571) 231-1803 to begin the process for your SHPE
- Hours: 8 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m.
- Wellness and routine Immunizations for patients empaneled to Family Medicine only
- Vaccine record updates and documents
- All Travel Vaccines (Typhoid, JEV, Yellow Fever, etc.) will be given at Allergy and Immunizations located in Meadows, Floor 1, Reception 2