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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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Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) is a disease which is associated with an elevated body temperature (100.4 F or 38.0 C or higher), travel to or residence in certain West African Countries within 21 days (Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Nigeria or Senegal), close contact with someone known or suspected to have EVD, or direct contact with bats, rodents or other primates. An elevated body temperature with travel or contact history associated with symptoms such as severe headache, muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain or unexplained bleeding should IMMEDIATELY prompt contact to a healthcare provider for further medical evaluation. BE INFORMED. KNOW RISK FACTORS. PREVENT EVD SPREAD
If you or your co-worker has traveled internationally (particularly Africa)
in the past 3 weeks AND exhibit the following symptoms:
Feverishness, headache, muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal
pain or unexplained bleeding
Please call our clinic at 692-8810 to speak with a medical triage officer or provider.
You can also call the Nurse Advise Line at 800-874-2273.
Please do NOT come to the clinic before calling if at all possible so that we can minimize exposure to our patients and staff.
You can also check our website for updates:


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 the IRAMC 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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Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall!
Pink October for Breast Cancer Awareness
This October we want to bring awareness to a disease that could affect 1 out of every 8 women born today in the United States. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. The good news is many women can survive if it’s found and treated early. Great information on breast cancer screening, prevention, and statistics can be found by visiting www.cancer.org.
Welcome to Patient-Centered Medical Home!
If you are a patient at DTHC, you belong to our Patient-Centered Medical Home! Under PCMH model of care, patients are at the center of their medical care. Patients are assigned to either Burgundy or Gold team, consisting of a primary care manager (PCM), a nurse and a tech. With these teams, patients can be confident they are receiving the best, personally tailored medical care we can offer. Watch out for more information in the clinic about PCMH. For more information on PCMH, visit http://pcmh.ahrq.gov/.
The importance of Medication Reconciliation (MR).
Medication discrepancies can cause serious issues with patient treatment. MR is the process of ensuring a single, accurate and current drug list by comparing the list of meds the patient currently takes with that which is documented in the patient’s medical record. MR guarantees that patients are taking the right med in the right dose at the right time while minimizing harmful effects. For more information on reconciling your own medication list, talk with your PCM.  
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