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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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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

Happy New Year from DTHC!
 
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness month. According to the National Cancer Institute, more than 12,000 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cervical cancer this year, and about 4,000 of these women will die. Most women with an HPV infection will not develop cervical cancer, but it’s very important to have regular screening tests, including Pap and HPV tests as recommended.
 
Cervical cancer screening is used to find changes in the cells of the cervix that could lead to cancer. Screening includes cervical cytology (also called the Pap test or Pap smear) and, for some women, testing for human papillomavirus (HPV).
 
Cervical cancer can often be found early, and sometimes even prevented entirely, by having regular Pap tests. If detected early, cervical cancer is one of the most successfully treatable cancers.
 
How often you should have cervical cancer screening and which tests you should have depend on your age and health history:
  • Women aged 21–29 years should have a Pap test every 3 years.
  • Women aged 30–65 years should have a Pap test and an HPV test (co-testing) every 5 years (preferred). It also is acceptable to have a Pap test alone every 3 years.
 Your PCM at DTHC can conduct Pap and HPV tests – which are an important part of being medically ready. Please contact the clinic to schedule an appointment with your PCM today.
 
For more information about cervical cancer and screening, please go to:
 
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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