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EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY NMCP has returned to HPCON Bravo. (Click Here)

NMCP has reopened the entrances to the hospital, however masks are still required by visitors and staff. Please see our VISITOR and  MASK Policies for more

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COVID-19 Immunization Updates
  
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For Operational Units requesting testing please contact fleet liaison or click here (CAC card required).

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COVID-19 Immunization

Book your appointment today by using the Defense Health Agency Appointing Portal (DAP) website at
https://informatics-stage.health.mil/COVAX, choose Virginia, and follow the prompts to pick a location, day and time. (Appointments made on the DAP website NOW are for immunizations at NMCP AND Branch Health Clinics at JEB Little Creek, NAS Oceana, and Naval Station Norfolk .)

COVID-19 Vaccine availability at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) is now available to:

ALL ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE MEMBERS AND BENEFICIARIES, 16 years old and older (16 and 17 year old beneficiaries must be accompanied by a parent). When scheduling your initial dose appointment, please also make an appointment for your second dose for at least 21 days later.


When you book your appointment, you’ll be asked to provide:
First and last name; Department of Defense ID number (found on the back of your military-issued identification card); phone number; and which dose you’ll be receiving (first or second). All doses given at NMCP are Pfizer, and we are currently only offering the second dose to those who received their first dose at NMCP.

An alternative is to make an appointment at the FEMA Community Vaccination Center located at the Military Circle Mall in Norfolk (www.norfolk.gov/covid19vaccine), open 7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Also, vaccines are being offered in the community at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Hampton, all of the Tidewater-area civilian health care departments are offering appointments for the vaccine.

Please keep in mind that currently Active Duty initial and second doses of the COVID-19 Vaccine will require appointments using the Defense Health Agency Appointing Portal (DAP).

Active Duty members who received their initial dose before April 23 (which would have been scheduled via their Command Reps) should continue to work with their Command Reps to schedule their second doses. Non-Active Duty personnel (GS, contractors, retirees, etc.) who received an initial dose before April 23, please walk in for your second dose at the SAME LOCATION where you received the initial dose.

Thank you for your patience as we worked together to keep everyone safe through this process, and, ultimately, fully vaccinate all against COVID-19.

Mission Statement

The primary mission of the Branch Health Clinic Naval Station Norfolk is to provide quality health care to operating forces of all branches of the United States military, as well as occupational health services to eligible military and civilian personnel.

We are deeply concerned with your opinion regarding the quality and timeliness of the health care you receive. Your comments are very much appreciated and provide us with insight and opportunities to improve our services. Any concerns or questions can be directed to our Patient Contact Representative.

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Phone

(757) 953-9000
Duty Dental
(757) 953-8635
Duty Medical
(757) 953-8760

Location

Building CD2 and CD3
Duty Dental
1647 Admiral Taussig Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23511-2896
Duty Medical
1721 Admiral Taussig Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23511-2899

Hours

Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

If you have an emergency, call 444-3333 (on Naval Station) or call 911 (civilian community) to request an ambulance. Please do not bring patients to the clinic after normal business hours as this may delay access to the care they need.

Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.