- We provide occupation-based medical surveillance and physical examinations to active duty and government employees, of Naval Air Station Oceana, Dam Neck Annex and Tri-care Prime Virginia Beach, to determine if workers are medically and physically able to perform their assigned duties without substantial risk of harm to themselves, others, or the mission.
- We provide health risk assessments to evaluate hazards associated within the workplace.
- We provide return-to-work evaluations of civilian employees following prolonged work absence due to an illness or injury.
- "Part-1" Appointments: The "Part-1" appointments are scheduled through TRICARE's Hampton Roads Appointment Center (HRAC) 1-866-MIL-HLTH (1-866-645-4584).
- Choose Option #1 (Branch Clinic) when scheduling the appointment
Appointment Center's Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 0600 - 2000
Weekends/Holidays: 0700 - 1530
Closed Christmas Day.
- "Part-2" Appointments: The "Part-2" or follow-up appointments with the Physician are scheduled by the Occupational Medicine Department upon completion of the Part-1 appointment.
- "Walk-in" Visits: Are done on a case-by-case basis and staff availability (i.e. Return-to-Work Evals, Hearing Tests, Command Check-ins and Medical screenings).
Medical Screenings for AA&E, ASF and High Risk Training/Firefighter Training are completed Monday – Friday from 1030 – 1130
On-base emergencies call the base Emergency Medical Service/Ambulance: 433-9111.
The Occupational Medicine Dept. has NO Urgent Care or Emergency Services capabilities.
- Go directly to the nearest emergency room or urgent care clinic for treatment.
- All Government Employees with work-related injuries or illnesses can elect to be seen by their Primary Care Physician of choice.
- A "Return-to-Work" evaluation must be conducted by the Occupational Medicine Physician prior to returning to work after the immediate injury or medical condition have been evaluated and treated.