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PATIENT APPOINTMENTS - 1-866-645-4584
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NMCP PHARMACY CALL CENTER - 1-757-953-0258
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FRAUD, WASTE, ABUSE, MISMANAGEMENT HOTLINE
The BUMED Hotline Program was designed to strengthen and focus efforts to combat fraud, waste and mismanagement by providing an alternative method to the normal chain of command when it has been unresponsive or the complainant fears reprisal resulting from the submission of his or her allegations. It is Navy Medicine's policy to demand and enforce the highest ethical standards from its members, fairly and efficiently manage its resources and people, and exercise a fiduciary responsibility over the taxpayers' dollars. The use of the Hotline Program is encouraged to identify problems in these areas so they can be swiftly corrected.
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Have you had service from a staff member or department that you feel was exceptional? If so, please let us know who or what department/clinic provided the service. A good comment goes a long way and rest assured your comment will get to the person or department mentioned. Good comments create smiles, and smiles create continued good service. Please let us know if you receive service that goes beyond what you have expected.
If you encounter any unpleasantness from a staff member or department/clinic, we need to know immediately. We cannot provide the best customer service to you without your comments. Once again, please be as specific as possible and include names if possible, and we will take corrective action promptly.
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