Provides information on hearing, hearing loss prevention, hearing protection, Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System-Hearing Conservation (DOEHRS-HC), hearing monitoring, and reducing noise hazards.
Army Public Health Nursing (APHN) enables Total Force readiness through promoting population-focused health, mitigating disease and injury, assuring Force Health Protection, informing policy, and responding to emerging health threats.
We accept your Common Access Card (CAC) with the appropriate meal entitlement code (MEC) or a paper copy of your orders stating your entitlement to subsist for verification. This is a list of items available on your entitlement.
Womack’s Birthing Unit partners with the Carolinas Cord Blood Bank (CCBB). It is a public cord blood bank that collects, tests and stores umbilical cord blood donated by moms like you who have delivered a healthy baby after an uncomplicated pregnancy and birthing process.
Our clinical pharmacist can help with the following: medication check-ups, medication questions or concerns, and medication indication and safety information. Your clinical pharmacist can also write prescriptions and manage your medications for common disease states such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and many more.
Provides environmental and sanitary monitoring of water, food services, hazardous and medical waste, pest surveillance, Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT), and general sanitation for the Fort Bragg community.
The Epidemiological and Disease Control (EDC) clinic's mission is to reduce morbidity and mortality due to communicable disease threats and environmental hazards through surveillance, early detection, treatment, counseling, education, immunization, and outreach activities.
A comprehensive public health system that provides support through cooperative efforts, a broad focus on health promotion, disease and injury prevention, shared leadership and accountability. The Fort Bragg Department of Public Health is positioned to respond to current and future public health challenges, and protects and promotes the health and well-being of all Fort Bragg community members.
To ensure and enforce radiation safety in accordance with (IAW) with the concept of ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) through the delivery of comprehensive, professional, and technical support in matters of radiation safety to Womack and sister units on post.
Anticipate, identify, evaluate, and make recommendations for control of occupational and environmental exposures to chemical substances, physical agents, and biological agents in more than 800 work sites.
Provide comprehensive, high quality, convenient, and family-centered care that promotes, maintains, and/or improves the physical and emotional well-being of mothers, babies, and women throughout the life cycle, by health supervision, education, Family involvement and utilization of resources.
Provides independent management of women’s health care, focusing particularly on common primary care issues, family planning and gynecologic needs of women, pregnancy, childbirth, the postpartum period and the care of the newborn.
Provides outstanding neurology care to all patients, Soldiers and their Families referred to the Womack neurology clinic. We are dedicated to perform comprehensive and patient-centric examinations of each patient together with a dedicated team of nurses and neurodiagnosticians. High quality care first!
The population health nurses at each Primary Care Clinic are the main resource for health promotion and disease prevention activities. They manage patient populations and ensure appropriate preventive care services are addressed.
TRICARE Home Delivery, also known as mail order pharmacy, is now required or maintenance prescription refills for all active duty service members to support the readiness of our warfighters. All beneficiaries should consider using home delivery to conveniently access your maintenance medications without leaving the house.
The Speech-Language Pathology Clinic provides diagnostic and treatment services to active duty Service Members, Retirees, and adult dependents through both the outpatient clinic and inpatient services.
Education classes regarding the impacts of tobacco use on readiness and health will be provided throughout professional military training. Classes will be offered during advanced courses for enlisted and officer (warrant and commissioned) Soldiers.