Internal Medicine Service
To provide the highest quality of health care with the priority of “around-the-clock” inpatient and intensive care hospital coverage, in addition to supporting clinical operations missioned for medical readiness of deployable forces, and building education and training programs within our service.
Currently available on referral or consultation basis for patients ages 18 years or older:
Internal Medicine Consultation: Inpatient and Outpatient consultation and referral services for complex medical conditions
Chronic Disease Management Clinic: Outpatient consultation and referral services (including diabetes self-referral) for active duty, retiree, and family beneficiary members with complex chronic medical conditions based on an interdisciplinary approach to achieve patient’s own health goals
Infusion Therapy Clinic: Outpatient infusion services for administration of various medications, antibiotics, and blood products
Anticoagulation (Coumadin) Clinic: Outpatient management of anticoagulation using warfarin only for referred active duty and TRICARE Prime category patients
Subspecialty Clinics within Internal Medicine:
Rheumatology Clinic: Outpatient evaluation and management of patients with joint and tissue diseases, including connective tissue diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus
Nephrology Clinic: Outpatient evaluation and management of patients with acute and chronic kidney diseases; Inpatient consultation for management of kidney diseases of hospitalized critically ill patients
Endocrinology Clinic: Outpatient evaluation and management of patients with endocrine diseases including diabetes mellitus type I, thyroid disorders, and other hormonal disorders
Referral to the Internal Medicine Services must be through the patient’s health care provider and activated through Specialty Referrals. Questions regarding referral services may directed to Referral Management at (910) 907-6347.
**We also provide “around-the-clock” inpatient services to hospitalized patients admitted for various acute medical reasons**
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How do I leave a phone message for a provider?
Please call the Internal Medicine Clinic (910) 907-8385 and leave a message along with call-back number and time/date of desired return call. Someone else, other than provider you’ve seen, may return the phone call to address patient’s message. It also may take up to three business days for the provider to return the call. If more urgent message, please state in your message.
2. How do I prepare for an appointment?How do I prepare for an appointment?
Recommend to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time
Please bring all your medication or your medication list including dose and frequency of use
Please bring any document needing to be completed or reviewed to help answer your question
Please prepare to tell us about your health goal
3. Does Internal Medicine Clinic provides primary care services?Does Internal Medicine Clinic provides primary care services?
We are planning to provide primary care in the Internal Medicine Clinic in the future. More information will be posted once available. Currently we are unable to provide primary care services due to our commitment to “around-the-clock” hospital medical coverage. We also do not refer out for internal medicine services currently.
Questions regarding network Internal Medicine referral services may be direct to the Referral Management at (910) 907-6347.
4. How do I provide feedback?
We appreciate your feedback:
Please let us know how we are doing by completing Army Provider Level Satisfaction Survey (APLSS), either emailed or mailed after your appointment, or Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE),
and available on the 1st floor, Medical Mall.
Your positive feedback helps us gain resources to improve our services and better care for patients.