Clinics

About& NMRTU Dahlgren

​Brief History

BHC Dahlgren is now part of the Naval Health Clinic Patuxent River family. NBHC Dahlgren is located on Dahlgren Naval Support Facility (NSF) Dahlgren in King George County, approximately 50 miles south of Washington, D. C.

The installation dates back to 1918, when it was established as a naval proving ground. The current clinic is a two story brick building built in the early 1940's with a one-story addition added in 1989. Although the building is not currently listed in the Historic Register, it is a contributing facility and is located in the historical area of the installation.
 
The clinic provides routine and acute family practice health care with limited ancillary services of pharmacy, laboratory, and radiology. It also includes Occupational Health and a Dental clinic for active duty personnel.
Command photo of LCDR Kristoffer Sol B. Reyes, USNLCDR Kristoffer Sol B. Reyes​, USN
Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Unit Dahlgren
Officer in Charge

LCDR Reyes of San Diego, California enlisted in the Navy as an Electricians Mate in 1997. During his thirteen years of enlisted service, he completed numerous deployments while serving aboard USS Lamoure County (LST-1194), USS Simpson (FFG-56), and Maritime Expeditionary Boat Division 92. His shore assignments included Service School Command-Great Lakes, Center for Naval Engineering, and South Central Regional Maintenance Center-Ingleside.

Upon completion of Command Chief senior enlisted duties, Chief Petty Officer Reyes was commissioned in February 2010 as a Healthcare Administrator. He then reported to Naval Hospital Oak Harbor, WA and served as Department Head of Health Care Business Operations and Interim Director for Administration.

In July 2012, LCDR Reyes reported for duty at Naval Hospital Lemoore and performed the duties as the Director Resource Management and Comptroller. Additionally he served in the capacity as Director of Health Care Business Operations and Executive Agent for VA-DoD Partnerships in Central Valley California and the Sierra Nevadas. He earned the award of distinction as the U.S. Navy’s 2015 Comptroller of the Year.

He was selected for VA-DoD Fellowship in 2015, representing Navy Medicine equities and while serving as the military advisor to the Director of the Veterans Administration Capitol Health Care Network. He was a member of the Joint Healthcare Executive Council (JHEC) who pioneered a global VA-DoD Master Sharing Agreement, earning him a Cabinet-Level Letter of Commendation.

In an OCONUS environment, he served as U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa Japan’s Director for Resource Management and Comptroller from 2016 – 2019, administering a $75M/year budget. His follow-on tour was with 3D DENBN/USNDC Okinawa from 2019 - 2022, as the Director for Administration.

LCDR Reyes holds a Doctorate Degree in Business Administration in addition to a Masters Degree in Public Administration and Health Administration. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and Certified Defense and Federal Financial Manager.

His personal awards includes the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, NATO Service Medal, Navy Battle “E”, Unit Commendation Award, Navy Good Conduct Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Various Campaign and Service Medals.

Serving TRICARE Prime Enrollees & Eligible Beneficiaries with

• Primary Care
  -Well Baby Checks
  -Physical Exams
  -School & Sport Physicals
  -Ongoing Health Maintenance • Military Medicine
• Pharmacy
• Dental Care
• Laboratory
• Radiology
• HealthPromotion
• Occupational Health

Dental Care for Active Duty:

• General Dentistry
• Minor Oral Surgery
• Prophylaxis, Dental Hygiene
• Endodontics (root canals)
• Prosthetics (limited)

Gynecology

• Routine Gynecological Exams, Tests & Treatments
• Birth Control
• Obstetrical & Specialized Gynecology is referred to another facility in the area

Serving all Employees with Occupational Medicine

• Medical Surveillance
• Certification Exams
• Treatment, referral, and case management of acute & chronic occupational injuries & illnesses
• Occupational Audiology Services in support of the hearing conservation program
• Preventive Services such as immunizations to prevent disease due to occupational exposure
• Health Promotion

Health Promotion

• Tobacco Cessation
• Healthy Eating
• Diabetes Monitoring
• Cholesterol Monitoring
• Women's Health

Radiology

• Diagnostic X-ray
• X-ray Studies
• For special studies, you will be referred to a larger Military facility

Definitions

Medical Surveillance - Based on the Occupational Safety & Health Act, this program ensures healthful working conditions by administering test to assess the possible health effects of the hazards that you face on your job. OSHA-mandated medical tests are conducted as well as tests for toxic chemical exposure.
Certification exams - Pre-placement exams to determine if you are fit for duty or medically qualified for your job.

Contact Us

 

Phone Numbers

One Number Appointment Line
855-227-6331

Hours

Monday-Thursday

0730 - 1600 (Clinic)
0800-1600 (Pharmacy)

Friday
0730 - 1200 (Clinic)
0800-1200 (Pharmacy)
Closed
Sat, Sun, Holidays
No Occupational Health services on Friday
Location
17457 Caffee Rd Suite 204, Dahlgren, VA 22448

*For additional information regarding these policies contact our Customer Service Representative
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