Army Wellness Centers provide integrated and standardized primary prevention programs and services that promote enhanced and sustained healthy lifestyles to improve the overall well-being of Soldiers and Family Members.
Scope of Services
Health Assessment Review - An analysis of a person's health status, risk for disease, and ability to increase physical activity safely
Physical Fitness - Using state-of-the-art equipment, physical fitness level is assessed and used to cerate an individualized exercise program
Healthy Nutrition - Use of metabolic testing that synchronizes an individual's resting metabolic rate to provide tailored strategies for weight loss, gain or maintenance
Stress Management - Education in biofeedback, stress relief techniques, and positive coping skills.
General Wellness Education - Classes on topics such as healthy lifestyles, good sleep habits, increased resiliency, preventing chronic disease through healthy living habits, and self-care
Tobacco Education - An assessment of an individual's readiness to change with a discussion of possible options for becoming tobacco-free
Prior to your appointment, we would like you to answer a few questions about your current health habits to help us develop your individual wellness plan. Please click the link below to log in to the survey. As you complete the survey, follow the instructions, answer each question carefully, update any information that is not current, and click "continue" until you reach the end of the survey. We look forward to your visit!
You will need an AKO username and password to log into the site.
The website can be accessed through the following link: https://awc.army.mil
As the Army Wellness Center (AWC) is an appointment-based center, it is imperative that our customers and center staff establish a cooperative partnership to adhere to appointment times. AWC will make every effort to see our patients in a timely manner. Your assistance is greatly appreciated. We strongly encourage patients to arrive 10 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment time to allow for completion of inprocessing paperwork. Patients who arrive 5 minutes or more late may be asked to reschedule. If you cannot make your scheduled appointment, please call and reschedule. This will aid in timely client flow, decrease wait times, and allow other clients to book an appointment.
NO SHOW POLICY
In order to provide the highest accessibility to our patients, we request patients call to cancel appointments rather than "no show." Your unused, canceled appointment may be used for another client; units will be notified of beneficiaries who demonstrate a pattern of failing to cancel appointments in a timely manner. To cancel an appointment call (910) 643-2101 or (910) 570-3144.
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