Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune offers award-winning health care by the most highly-qualified primary care managers, specialty physicians, medical staff, and health care personnel in the country, on the East Coast’s largest military installation.

Operating as usual

Since 2018, Onslow County Emergency Services has transported 2,002 patients to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune’s Traum...
09/17/2020
Medical partnership leads to national recognition

Since 2018, Onslow County Emergency Services has transported 2,002 patients to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune’s Trauma Center for care. It’s a partnership which OCEMS says helped contribute to them winning a national award.
Click the link below to learn more about this vital partnership! 🚑
#partnership
#WeAreNMCCL

A secure partnership built on trust and medical proficiency is in the national spotlight. Onslow County Emergency Medical Services is the 2020 recipient of the Dick Ferneau Career EMS Service of the Year awarded by the National Association of EMTs. The honor is one their director says is owed greatl...

September 13-19 is National Housekeepers Week! NMCCL has some of the best housekeepers around, working round the clock t...
09/16/2020

September 13-19 is National Housekeepers Week!

NMCCL has some of the best housekeepers around, working round the clock to ensure our facility is clean and sanitary. The COVID19 pandemic has brought many additional obstacles to this task, however, they have continued to endure and keep us safe.
Thank you for your hard work and dedication. We appreciate you!🧹🧽

#housekeepersweek2020
#besthousekeepers
#NMCCL
#unsungheroes

09/15/2020
Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site

The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site is open Monday through Friday from 0730-1530.
The site is located at Bldg FC-56 and Bldg FC-57 off Sneads Ferry Road, next to 2D Med Log.
Active duty should still contact their sick call for preliminary screening first before arriving at the COVID-19 Screening Site.

BRAVO ZULU!  Maj. Gen. Julian D. Alford, Commanding General for Marine Corps Installations East, visited with representa...
09/14/2020

BRAVO ZULU! Maj. Gen. Julian D. Alford, Commanding General for Marine Corps Installations East, visited with representatives from the NMCCL Department of Public Health. Public Health has served as the hub for COVID-19 mitigation measures and close contact tracing.
Maj. Gen. Alford heard about the various roles of Sailors and Marines who are aiding in combatting COVID-19 across the installation. He awarded several employees coins to thank them for their hard work, acknowledging the many long hours, weeks, and months they have worked during the pandemic.
Thank you to Maj. Gen. Alford and Sgt. Maj. Charles Metzger for speaking with our employees and encouraging them to keep up their diligent efforts!

#COVID19 #NMCCL #WeAreNMCCL

FLASHBACK- Two years ago, NMCCL weathered Hurricane Florence as it made landfall along the coast of North Carolina. We a...
09/14/2020

FLASHBACK- Two years ago, NMCCL weathered Hurricane Florence as it made landfall along the coast of North Carolina. We are remembering our amazing crews who made the stay safe and comfortable for our patients and staff. We have an amazing team who is always ready to stand the watch during times of severe weather!

#HurricaneFlorence #WeAreNMCCL

Find the light in the darkness!
While Hurricane Florence fiercely ravaged Eastern North Carolina, essential personnel did not evacuate but rather kept our medical center running smoothly through the storm! Our Galley Staff provided more than 4,300 meals not only to our patients, but for our staff and their families, as well as several expectant mothers and their families who sheltered at NMCCL during the storm. Many Galley employees worked 12 hours shifts and continued serving with a smile on their face!

Another standout crew during the hurricane was our Housekeeping staff! Did you know last week was International Housekeepers Week? These men and women worked diligently to keep our facility clean for the hundreds of people hunkered down at NMCCL for several days. There wasn't a time when one of them wasn't working to keep our areas spotless despite the foot traffic, pets we sheltered, and storm damage.

We are so grateful to our team members that showed what it means to care for one another and care for our Medical Center. BRAVO ZULU TO YOU ALL!

#NMCCL #HurricaneFlorence #FlorenceNC #housekeepingweek2018 #BravoZulu #GONAVY

Naval Medical Center Lejeune honored the 19th anniversary of the attacks on our nation on September 11, 2001.  The #NMCC...
09/11/2020

Naval Medical Center Lejeune honored the 19th anniversary of the attacks on our nation on September 11, 2001. The #NMCCL Triad saluted the colors this morning to pay their respects to those lost that day. A ceremony to mark the day was held on the Quarterdeck. The guest speaker was RS1 Jerome Lewis-Tinsley, a Manhattan native, who was in New York City the day the planes hit the Twin Towers. Lewis-Tinsley recalled his memories of 9/11. He also encouraged fellow sailors to take cue from those who responded to help that day and keep the mission first. The ceremony also included a reciting of a timeline of that day’s events and a bell toll for significant moments on 9/11. “We will never forget.” 🇺🇸

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day; the purpose of this day is to raise awareness around the globe that suicide can b...
09/10/2020

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day; the purpose of this day is to raise awareness around the globe that suicide can be prevented. The month of September is Suicide Prevention Month. Oſten taking small steps to address problems early can make a big difference. Visit the PHCoE - Psychological Health Center of Excellence site throughout September and beyond to find tips and resources for better mental health.
https://go.usa.gov/xfUbW
#BeThere #ConnectToProtect

We have received several questions about the flu vaccination for this upcoming flu season.NMCCL expects to receive a sup...
09/09/2020

We have received several questions about the flu vaccination for this upcoming flu season.
NMCCL expects to receive a supply of flu vaccinations in the coming weeks. As soon as our supply is in stock, that information will be shared on this page.

In the meantime, there are options available for getting your flu shot within the TRICARE network.
Please click this link to search by your zip code:
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We encourage patients to call ahead to ensure vaccines are available and to check if there are age restrictions for the vaccine.
We thank you for your patience and understanding!

#NMCCL #FluSeason

** LABOR DAY HOURS ** In observance of Labor Day, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune clinics, laboratory, pharmacies, and...
09/06/2020

** LABOR DAY HOURS **

In observance of Labor Day, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune clinics, laboratory, pharmacies, and administrative offices will be closed on Monday, September 07.

> The COVID-19 Screening Site will remain open on the holiday from 0800-1600.

> The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site will be closed Monday & Tuesday.

> Clinics will be reopen Tuesday, September 08 for scheduled appointments.

> Immunizations will remain closed on Tuesday and reopen on Wednesday, September 09.

> Pharmacies will reopen on Tuesday, September 08 with the exception of the MCAS New River Pharmacy which will reopen on Wednesday.

Please have a safe #LaborDay!

CAPT Reginald S. Ewing took the helm as NMCCL Director and NMRTC Camp Lejeune Commander just a little over a month ago. ...
09/05/2020

CAPT Reginald S. Ewing took the helm as NMCCL Director and NMRTC Camp Lejeune Commander just a little over a month ago. CAPT Ewing most recently served as the Fleet Surgeon for the U.S. Second Fleet and has previously served as the Executive Officer at Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point. CAPT Ewing calls his new role "the greatest job in the Navy right now."

Click the link to read more about our new leader and his hopes for Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune! ⚓️🦅🇺🇸

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/377500/do-right-thing-all-times-new-medical-center-commander-pushes-growth

SUMMER SAFETY REMINDER- Temperatures are high right now in Eastern North Carolina! ☀️ Stay properly hydrated throughout ...
09/04/2020

SUMMER SAFETY REMINDER- Temperatures are high right now in Eastern North Carolina! ☀️ Stay properly hydrated throughout your day, especially if you just be outdoors.💧 Before you or your family head outside to enjoy the sun, make sure you have an ample supply of water with you!

#NMCCL #summersafety

Questions about #COVID19 quarantine? The CDC has several helpful scenarios for you to understand possible quarantine sch...
09/02/2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Questions about #COVID19 quarantine?
The CDC has several helpful scenarios for you to understand possible quarantine schedules. ⏰🗓
Remember - Quarantine is used to keep someone who *might have been exposed to COVID-19* away from others. Quarantine helps prevent spreading of the illness that can occur before a person knows they have COVID or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms yet.
Quarantine means a person should stay home, separate themselves from others, monitor their health, and follow directions from local health care officials.

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.

** UPDATED HOURS **The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site is open Monday through Friday from 0730-1530.The site is loca...
09/01/2020

** UPDATED HOURS **

The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site is open Monday through Friday from 0730-1530.

The site is located at Bldg FC-56 and Bldg FC-57 off Sneads Ferry Road, next to 2D Med Log.

Active duty should still contact their sick call for preliminary screening first before arriving at the COVID-19 Screening Site.

#COVID19 #NMCCL

08/31/2020
Back to School: Week One Done!

Congratulations on a successful return to school! Did you know NMCCL personnel are helping our schools out daily to prevent the spread of COVID-19? Our very own Assistant Public Health Emergency Officer, Navy LT Eric Green, joined the principals of Dodea Johnson Primary School and Dodea Brewster Middle School to speak about the precautions being implemented to protect the health of students and staff during their first week back to school. As a reminder, parents should conduct temperature checks and screen their children for any COVID-like symptoms before leaving their house each morning as is DODEA guidance.

(U.S. Marine Corps video by Cpl. Evan Falls)

** UPDATE ** The traffic pattern and entrance changes that were slated for tonight and tomorrow have been postponed. Ple...
08/28/2020

** UPDATE **

The traffic pattern and entrance changes that were slated for tonight and tomorrow have been postponed.
Please disregard messaging from August 25; any updates about future maintenance or construction plans will be posted to this page.

Thanks for your understanding!

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Director CAPT Reginald Ewing recently visited the Fayetteville VA Medical Center to se...
08/27/2020

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Director CAPT Reginald Ewing recently visited the Fayetteville VA Medical Center to see the facility and services offered. The purpose of the visit is part of NMCCL's engagement with other medical systems throughout our state. CAPT Ewing spoke with the Medical Director Daniel Dücker about potential opportunities for resource sharing to benefit patient populations. Thanks to the Fayetteville VA Medical Center for hosting NMCCL for a visit! 🤝

#NMCCL #Partnerships

"Buckle down, work hard, set goals, there's a lot of firsts to achieve. The most important thing for all of us to do is ...
08/26/2020

"Buckle down, work hard, set goals, there's a lot of firsts to achieve. The most important thing for all of us to do is be kind, be respectful, treat everyone as you would expect them to treat you…those three things alone will help you achieve any goal that you set for yourself.” CMDCM (Retired) Michelle Brooks, former NMCCL Command Master Chief, served as today's guest speaker at today's Diversity Event to honor Women's Equality Day. Brooks spoke about the history of 19th Amendment to the Constitution which gave women the right to vote. Today marks 100 years since the amendment, a milestone the Diversity Committee was honored to commemorate. Thanks to CMDCM Brooks for returning to her last tour of duty to speak to our participants! ⚓️

(Photos by Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Michael J. Molina/US Navy Released)

#NMCCL #WomensEqualityDay

08/26/2020

Today is Women's Equality Day!
Women's Equality Day is observed each year commemorating the 1920 passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which gave women the right to vote. The observance has grown to include focusing attention on women's continued efforts toward gaining full equality. Today’s guest speaker is recently retired and former NMCCL Command Master Chief CMDCM Michelle Brooks.

** NOTICE ** This Friday (8/28/20) beginning at 6PM, the traffic loop in front of the main entrance to the Medical Cente...
08/25/2020

** NOTICE **

This Friday (8/28/20) beginning at 6PM, the traffic loop in front of the main entrance to the Medical Center will be CLOSED until Saturday (8/29/20) at 7PM. Patients/visitors can use traffic loop in front of the Family Medicine Clinic. Patient/visitors will still enter the Medical Center through the Quarterdeck Entrance.

However, on Saturday (8/29/2020) beginning at 7AM, the Quarterdeck Entrance be CLOSED until 7 o’clock that night. All patients and visitors must be screened for COVID-19 and enter/exit at the Family Medicine Entrance this Saturday between 7AM – 7PM. The usual main entrance at the Quarterdeck will be closed due to facilities work.

Both the main traffic loop and the Quarterdeck Entrance will reopen as normal by 7PM on Saturday.

Thank you for your cooperation with these temporary adjustments!

HAPPENING TODAY - The Blood Donor Center is hosting a blood drive for ALL blood types at the MCX Main Exchange aboard Ca...
08/25/2020

HAPPENING TODAY - The Blood Donor Center is hosting a blood drive for ALL blood types at the MCX Main Exchange aboard Camp Lejeune.
The blood drive is from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. today. Please take a moment to help save a life! 🩸

08/24/2020
Senior enlisted leaders discuss COVID-19 procedures for local DODEA school parents

Sgt. Maj. Charles Metzger, sergeant major, Marine Corps Installations East-MCB Camp Lejeune, and Sgt. Maj. Lonnie Travis, sergeant major, II Marine Expeditionary Force, discuss the critical steps parents need to take before their children enter the school or board the bus for any Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) and Camp Lejeune Community Schools facilities on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River.

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IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER:

PARENTS OF DODEA STUDENTS are reminded they must perform a mandated health screening and temperature check of their children every morning before they ever get on a bus or step foot in their school. If your child is sick or registers a temperature anywhere above 100.4 degrees, please keep them home. If you are a Marine or Sailor and need to stay home with your child, please make sure you keep your chain of command informed. It is especially important that you provide the school a signed copy of the DODEA-directed document affirming your agreement to perform this check every day. Parents are encouraged to read the letter at the following link from base and school district leadership explaining the plans and procedures to prevent positive cases of COVID-19 in schools and the response in the event of a positive case: https://go.usa.gov/xfSp5

ALL PERSONNEL are reminded that N.C. school bus safety laws apply on our installations. You are not allowed to pass a school bus if it is stopped, or in the process of stopping, to pick up or drop off children. Drivers risk a 90-day suspension of installation driving privileges and four points to their driving record, per MCIEAST-MCB CAMLEJO 5560.2. School bus violations can be reported to PMO’s non-emergency dispatch number at 910-451-3004.

ALL PERSONNEL should avoid using Stone St. on Camp Lejeune during the morning hours of 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. and afternoon hours of 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. except on Wednesdays when it is 1:00 to 1:30 p.m. due to pick up and drop off times at the school. If you must use this road, please drive the posted speed limit and be aware of children and parents walking to and from school.

#NMCCL #BACKTOSCHOOL #ONETEAMONEFIGHT #COVID19

WE NEED YOU! Stop by the Blood Donor Mobiles tomorrow (Tuesday, August 25) at the MCX Main Exchange aboard Camp Lejeune ...
08/24/2020

WE NEED YOU!
Stop by the Blood Donor Mobiles tomorrow (Tuesday, August 25) at the MCX Main Exchange aboard Camp Lejeune to donate blood.
ALL BLOOD TYPES NEEDED!
The blood drive runs from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.🩸

#NMCCL #MissionCritical #DonateLife

** AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE **Phone lines are down at the moment. Please use the backup line (910) 450-4698 for the time bei...
08/24/2020

** AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE **

Phone lines are down at the moment. Please use the backup line (910) 450-4698 for the time being to handle appointments.
As soon as phones are back in operation, we will update this message.

Thank you for your understanding.

Did you know Saturday marked the 108th Anniversary of the U.S. Navy Dental Corps? Thank you to those of our fleet who ma...
08/23/2020

Did you know Saturday marked the 108th Anniversary of the U.S. Navy Dental Corps? Thank you to those of our fleet who make up the esteemed Dental Corps. We are proud of you and what you do for our Service Members! 🦷

#NavyMedicine #DentalCorps

REMINDER- The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site is open Monday through Friday from 0800-1600.The site is located at Bl...
08/20/2020

REMINDER- The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site is open Monday through Friday from 0800-1600.

The site is located at Bldg FC-56 and Bldg FC-57 off Sneads Ferry Road, next to 2D Med Log.

Active duty should still contact their sick call for preliminary screening first before arriving at the COVID-19 Screening Site.

#COVID19

Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Air Station New River

WEAR. WAIT. WASH.While it may be the start of a new school year, we want to remind you that preventing COVID is nothing ...
08/19/2020

WEAR. WAIT. WASH.

While it may be the start of a new school year, we want to remind you that preventing COVID is nothing new! Before you send the kiddos out the door, ask if they know the three W’s of COVID prevention!

WEAR your face covering, especially in public and around those you know to be ill.
WAIT six feet of physical distance from others, even close friends or coworkers.
WASH your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds each time.

…and we may add a fourth – WE as in WE are in this together!

#NMCCL #WeAreInThisTogether #COVID19

It's #BackToSchool2020 this week! We know this year that schooling will be quite different, but we are wishing Onslow Co...
08/18/2020

It's #BackToSchool2020 this week! We know this year that schooling will be quite different, but we are wishing Onslow County Schools & Camp Lejeune Community Schools a safe and happy 2020-2021 school year! Unfortunately, Command Master Chief missed retro picture day this year, but take a look at our leaders back when they were too cool for school! 📚✏️🎒

Camp Lejeune - New River School Liaison

#NMCCL #BackToSchool

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100 Brewster Blvd
Camp Lejeune, NC
28547

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Welcome to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune’s page managed by NMCCL’s Public Affairs team. This page is intended to provide updated information and discussion on Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune. Please visit our official homepage at https://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nhcl/. Command Ombudsman contact information: Phone - (910) 750-1713 Pager - (910) 450-4910 Email - [email protected] Website - https://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nhcl/Visitors/Pages/Ombudsman.aspx While this is an open forum, it's also a family friendly one, so please keep your comments clean. Comments and posts that do not follow these guidelines will be removed: - We do not allow graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions nor do we allow comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization. - We do not allow solicitations or advertisements. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. Similarly, we do not allow attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. - We do not allow comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity. - Apparent spam will be removed and may cause the author(s) to be blocked from the page without notice. - You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. - Includes any personal or sensitive information (phone numbers, email or postal addresses) - For Official Use Only (FOUO), classified, pre-decisional, proprietary or business-sensitive information should never be discussed here. Don’t post personnel lists, rosters, organization charts or directories. This is a violation of privacy. For information about Operations Security, contact the Naval OPSEC Support Team at [email protected] For information about how to report a crime and issues such as direct knowledge of explicit photos taken without consent, visit http://www.ncis.navy.mil/pages/NCISTips.aspx. The appearance of external links or "Liked" pages on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the U.S. Navy or Department of Defense. You are encouraged to quote, republish or share any content on this page on your own blog, web site or other communication/publication. If you do so, please credit the command or the person who authored the content as a courtesy (photo or article byline can be U.S. Navy or Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Joe Smith, for example). For more information, visit the DoD Social Media user agreement at https://dodcio.defense.gov/Social-Media. Thank you for your interest in and support of the men and women of the U.S. Navy. If you would like information about joining the Navy, visit http://www.navy.com.

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Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune - Our Story

During World War II, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune leaders recognized the need for medical care to service a new group of warfighters and their families. On May 1, 1943, United States Naval Hospital New River was officially commissioned to care for patients. This day marked the beginning of the dedicated, compassionate care that has remained stadfast for the last 75 years. Throughout its history, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune (NMCCL) has expanded its breadth of care to include educating future health care providers through its award-winning Family Medicine Residency Program, state-of-the-art care for the tinies of patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and to those fighting the invisible wounds of war through a holistic approach at Intrepid Spirit Concussion Recovery Center, and those fighting the invisible wounds of war through a holistic appraoch at Intrepid Spirit Concussion Recover Center. NMCCL has evolved over the past 75 years to focus on providing quality training opportuniteis to better prepare those medical-care warfighters for deployment, always making the right choice, and treating each patient like family. More than two dozen leadership triads have stood at the helm of the medical center, each continuing to challenge and push their staff, both active duty and civilian. The encouragement of these leaders has brought about key elements of training and processes that have propelled the medical center to hold the title of “Medical Center of the Marine Corps.” The staff, patients, and leadership show have walked the halls of NMCCL stand proudly behind the values and mission that have bolstered its longevity and reputation. NMCCL will continue to place the preparation of the warfighter at the forefront of its purpose, strive to treat everyone like family, and always pursue doing t he right thing in order to stand tall for another 75 years of patient care.

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I’m here in Great Lakes for my sons graduation. He’s going to be a corpsmen. Thanks to the Red Cross he was able to volunteer in the Ent Department before heading off to bootcamp. I appreciate Dr. Falls, Dr. Matt Michalowicz and Dr. Samantha Mikals for allowing him to shadow. Thanks to Brooke Lynn, Devon Short and Hayden Losch who are corpsmen in the Ent Department. He went to bootcamp with tons of knowledge and insight about what was to be expected because of you guys. He was 1 of 6 out of 68 kids in his division to pick up rank before graduating. When I tell you I love my office family I mean that from the bottom of my heart.These wonderful people allowed him to shadow them all over the clinic and wrote him letters. Laritza Mercedes DeLeon, Yvonne Negron, Rhonda R Graham, Heidi Brooks, Maria Susie Mamone Holdren, Craig, and Mrs. Frances.
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We completed our first Medsite stop. On to the next.