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Sick Call

Troop Medical Clinic 1 

Troop Medical Clinic 1 (TMC 1) does not have designated sick call services. TMC 1 is responsible for the medical care of AIT and NCOA Soldiers stationed on Fort Eustis.  Patients are seen by appointment only and must submit an appointment slip to their cadre that explains the reason for the appointment. All appointments scheduled are based on availability of the provider.

Non-Emergency Walk-ins

(For emergencies dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room)

Soldiers who are injured during the day or SUDDENLY fall ill may walk in to our clinic for evaluation without making an appointment (during normal hours of operation) if they feel it is necessary. We will make every effort to accommodate these patients to the best of our ability.

Troop Medical Clinic 2 

Sick Call hours are Mon-Fri 6:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. During this time Soldiers will be triaged and evaluated by our staff. Depending on the nature and severity of their illness/injury they will either remain in our clinic for treatment or an appointment will be made for them to return to the clinic at a later time.
 
Sick call is intended for patients that have recently become ill or injured and need evaluation and/or treatment first thing in the morning. It is designed to treat common acute illness or injury as well as identify Soldiers who should be placed on quarters for recovery or to prevent the spread of disease in the workplace.
 
Sick call is not designed to address chronic conditions. Patients with on-going medical issues should make an appointment with their Primary Care Manager (PCM). There are appointments available within 24 hours which can be booked on Tricare online or by calling the Hampton Roads Appointment Center.

Non-Emergency Walk-ins

(For emergencies dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room)

Soldiers who are injured during the day or SUDDENLY fall ill may walk in to our clinic for evaluation without making an appointment (during normal hours of operation) if they feel it is necessary. We will make every effort to accommodate these patients to the best of our ability. Soldiers who are sick in the morning should report to sick call. Do not wait until later in the day to walk in and please do not walk in for ongoing issues.

Fort Story

Sick Call hours are Mon - Fri 6:30 a.m. to 8 a.m. During this time Soldiers will be triaged and evaluated by our staff. Depending on the nature and severity of their illness/injury they will either remain in our clinic for treatment or an appointment will be made for them to return to the clinic at a later time.
 
Sick call is intended for patients that have recently become ill (with in the last 72 hours) or are injured and need evaluation/treatment first thing in the morning. It is designed to treat common acute illness or injury as well as identify Soldiers who should be placed on quarters for recovery or to prevent the spread of disease in the workplace.
 
Sick call is not designed to address chronic conditions. Patients with on-going medical issues should make an appointment with their Primary Care Manager (PCM). There are appointments available within 24 hours which can be booked on Tricare online or by calling the Hampton Roads Appointment Center.

Non-Emergency Walk-ins

(For emergencies dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room)

Soldiers who are injured during the day or SUDDENLY fall ill may walk in to our clinic for evaluation without making an appointment (during normal hours of operation) if they feel it is necessary. We will make every effort to accommodate these patients to the best of our ability. Soldiers who are sick in the morning should report to sick call. Do not wait until later in the day to walk in and please do not walk in for ongoing issues.