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DiLorenzo Family
Thank you for being a loyal patient and we are proud to provide you with the comprehensive medical and dental care you need and deserve.
 
Pharmacy Update: Our Pharmacy continues to provide outstanding service in a very space-constrained area.  Thank you for your understanding our limitations as we continue to provide over 100,000 annual prescriptions for eligible beneficiaries.  We are currently working on a plan to move the pharmacy to a larger location which will provide more windows, improved equipment and new technology to improve the patient experience.  In the meantime, thank you for your patience! We know you do not enjoy standing in line but anecdotally our wait times are much less than the majority of pharmacies in the NCR.  We will provide updates as we work with Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, the NCR-MD, WHS and DHA on innovative solutions.
 
Cold and Flu Season: The number of flu cases across the country is higher than last year and while most of you have received your flu shot you can still get other viruses that can cause common cold symptoms or even a lesser case of influenza.  I have attached a PDF from The American Academy of Family Physicians outlining how you can treat the common cold.  DTHC does NOT have sick call.  We have an Acute Care Clinic to treat minor illnesses and injuries and patients are triaged by the RN with approved protocols designed to provide you with advice and treatment options.  If you meet criteria to be seen by a provider you will be seen based on the acuity of your illness or injury compared to other patients.  While we try to get you back to work as soon as possible patients may have to wait to be seen.  You can also make an appointment to see your PCM.  We recommend you try to treat your cold symptoms with over-the-counter medications first before seeking care.  We do not provide cold packs or over the counter medications that one can purchase at a civilian drug store.  During this cold season, keep yourself hydrated, wash your hands frequently, and if you cough and sneeze do so into your arm and not your hand.  You can also seek advice through the Nurse Advice Line (NAL) using your TRICARE Online account or by calling 1-800-TRICARE.
 
We are open from Monday through Friday 0700-1600.  If you are not already a patient at DTHC, we encourage you to enroll with one of our outstanding providers even if you are enrolled where your Family gets care in the NCR.  Our mission is to provide timely care to those individuals working in the Pentagon so you can get back to work quickly and maintain your productivity.
 
Have a safe, healthy and Happy New Year!
 
COL Rogers, Director, DiLorenzo Health Clinic
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