Health Services

Family Medicine

Information for Patients

The mission of the Family Health Clinic is to provide world-class healthcare to our enrolled beneficiaries using the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model.

What is PCMH?

PCMH is a team-based model, led by a physician, which provides continuous, accessible, family-centered, comprehensive, compassionate and culturally sensitive healthcare in order to achieve the best outcomes. The model is based on the concept that the best healthcare has a strong primary care foundation with quality and resource efficiency incentives.

The PCMH is a departure from previous traditional healthcare models because it focuses on the "whole person" concept, preventive care and early intervention and management of health problems rather than on high-volume, episodic, over-specialized and inefficient care.

A PCMH practice is responsible for all of a patient's healthcare needs and for coordinating/integrating specialty healthcare and other professional services.

To make an appointment, please call Central Appointments:

  • Hours from: 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays thru Fridays
  • DSN: 590-5762/Commercial 06371-9464-5762

Walk-In Clinic:

Eligibility: LRMC FHC enrolled patients
When: 8-11 a.m. & 1-3 p.m.
  • Female Bladder Infection symptoms
  • UTI symptoms (Female only, Ages 18-65)
  • Pregnancy Testing (Ages 16-44)
A nurse will triage your specific concerns as anything outside of this will require an appointment with your PCM. 

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LRMC Hospital After Hours:

  • Visit TRICARE Online to make appointments, refill meds, and check lab results.
Family members may obtain a list of Behavior Health providers by calling Military One Source 00-800-342-96477 or on the Military OneSource website.

Military Health System (MHS) Nurse Advice Line

  • Call: 00-800-4759-2330

    • The MHS Nurse Advice Line gives you around-the-clock access to medical information and advice. Now, you can dial a single number from most countries in Western Europe.

The MHS Nurse Advice Line provides:

  • Registered nurses who can answer questions, provide self-care advice and help you decide if you need to seek immediate care
  • An audio health library with easy-to-understand information on hundreds of topics
  • Help with managing chronic conditions such as diabetes or asthma
  • In some locations, the nurse may be able to directly schedule appointments at your military treatment facility if needed

Contact Us


Primary Care


Wards 1A/B

DSN Phone:


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Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Closed on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 1-4:30p.m.
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