Routine medical appointments are for follow-up care, long term care, non-urgent care, and other care of a routine nature. Appointments are scheduled for Mondays, Tuesdays (1030 - 1300 times reserved for training), Wednesdays (AM), and Fridays. Please call 898-6366 Monday through Friday to make an appointment. If you cannot keep your appointment please call 24 hours in advance. If you are late we will only hold the appointment 10 minutes past the scheduled appointed time, however, upon request we will make you an appointment for the next available day. Those failing to make their appointment may lose facility privileges.
Acute care appointments are for illnesses or injuries that have occurred within the last 24-48 hours. An appointment can be scheduled by calling 898-6366 between 0700 and 1600 Monday through Friday. An appointment will be booked at the time of call. If the demand for appointments is greater than the appointments available, patients will be asked to seek care from civilian providers using their TRICARE benefits
There is no Active Duty Sick-Call. Active Duty personnel requiring same day service are to call 898-6366 between 0700 - 1600 for an appointment. If necessary, the Senior Medical Officer may authorize a walk-in appointment if no scheduled slots are available.
Recruit Sick-Call is from 0700 - 0720 and 1500 - 1520 Monday through Thursday. Friday's Recruit Sick-Call times are from 0700 - 0720 and 1300 - 1320. Recruits reporting outside of these time periods may be required to return during the next Sick-Call period as determined by the Duty Medical Officer and/or Administrative Petty Officer.
Limited Urgent Care services are provided to Active Duty and Recruits aboard the Training Center. The Samuel J Call Health Services Center will respond with its ambulance to assist patients who are injured or taken ill at any location on the Training Center. After assessment, a patient will be stabilized on site or at the Health Services Center, and arrangements made to transport for definitive care if necessary. The Urgent Care department is able to provide many support and treatment services, however, it is not a fully equipped emergency room. Emergency room services are available at Cape Regional Medical Center in Cape May Court House and Shore Memorial Hospital in Somers Point.