Active Duty Military Personnel and Federal Civilian Employees (Appropriated / Non-appropriated). Retirees and family members, as ordered by the Primary Care Providers.
Military and civilian personnel in coordination with their supervisors are responsible for scheduling appointments in their birth month or sooner if needed.
Copies are provided for follow-up by the worker's personal physician.
Saving life limb and eyesight. OSHA law requires the "parent organization", which places contractors, to provide their OH needs, (e.g. respirator use clearance).
For an emergency call 911 to come to the work site.
For non-emergency, the Supervisor escorts the worker to OH. If less than urgent, call for an appointment. Bring Fort Detrick form 1326-R, "Report of Job Related Injury, Illness, Potential Hazard Exposure". Potential exposures to USAMRIID Mission agents are evaluated on Ward 200.
Care is obtained from your private personal physician or Emergency Department, except for USAMRIID Mission Agent exposures. Those employees must call 301-619-2257 to reach the Ward 200 "on call" medical Officer.
No. It is a program for all military and civilian personnel. Military readiness is a priority.
We request that employees inform OH so that we can assess the work environment for any hazards.
Call OH at 301-619-2043 and we will be pleased to assist you.
"Quality Care for the Quality Workers"
Mon - Fri: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
1546 Porter Street, 1st floor