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 Military Crisis Line

 
MCL.pngFor Suicide Prevention Lifeline, click Here or call 1-800-273-8255

In case of an emergency (e.g. imminent risk for suicide or homicide), please call 911 or report to the nearest emergency room.
 
For more information on emergency mental health services, click here to visit the TRICARE Mental Health Emergency Services website.
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 Upcoming Events

 
 Fit-To-Win Class Schedule
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 Announcement

 
 
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TRICARE Urgent Care Pilot Program
 
Are you enrolled in TRICARE Prime, TRICARE Prime Remote or TRICARE Young Adult-Prime in the United States?
 
If so, you may be able to participate in the new Urgent Care Pilot Program.
 

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 DTHC

 
Make An Appointment at the
DiLorenzo TRICARE Health Clinic
 
The Integrated Referral Management and Appointment Call Center (IRMAC) can assist you with scheduling your appointment by contacting IRMAC at (855) 227-6331 OR (855) CAPMED1 from 0630-1600 to book your next appointment.
 
TRICARE Online is also available to assist you with booking 24/7!
 
Have a health question? Call the Nurse Advice Line!
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Professional help at a moment’s notice

February is American Heart Month. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Every year, Americans suffer more than 1.5 million heart attacks and strokes.
 
Prevention starts with everyone. Protect yourself and your loved ones from heart disease and stroke by understanding the risks and taking these steps to improve your heart health:
   · Get up and get moving by being physically active for at least 30 minutes on most days of the week.
  · Ask your doctor if you should take an aspirin every day.
  · Find out if you have high blood pressure or cholesterol, and if you do, get effective treatment.
  ·  If you smoke, get help to quit.
  ·  Make your calories count by eating a heart-healthy diet high in fresh fruits and vegetables and low in sodium and trans fat.
 
Take control of your heart health by following your doctor’s instructions. For more information, visit the American Heart Association website at: http://www.heart.org.
 
COL Amal Chatila
Director
  
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DTHC is utilizing ICE (Interactive Customer Evaluation) as one way to provide feedback of all types to the Director and the staff on services provided in DTHC's clinics! 
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