Patient Recognition Month

Feature Stories

  • Army nurses 1st Lt. Rebekah Borward, Capt. Chelsea Perrin, 1st Lt. Courtney Tindall-Diehl, Capt. Tamara Ureño and Capt. Amy Bowman pose with their diplomas at a ceremony at Jan. 22 after completing the Obstetric and Gynecologic Nurse Resident (66G) course at CRDAMC. (U.S. Army photo by Patricia Deal, CRDAMC Public Affairs)

    Nurses graduate from CRDAMC's program in Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing

    FORT HOOD, Texas - Five Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center nurses were honored at a ceremony here Jan. 22 after completing the Obstetric and Gynecologic Nurse Resident (66G) course... - Read Full Story

  • Top Whole Blood Donors who provided six or more whole blood donations in fiscal year 2014.

    Top Donors in the history of Robertson Blood Center from 2000 - 2014.

    FORT HOOD, Texas - Robertson Blood Center honored the past year's top individual and unit blood donors at its annual Donor Recognition Ceremony Jan. 26, at Club Hood... - Read Full Story

  • Family Nurse Practitioner Karla Vollmer (right) reviews an xray with Maj. Kelley Togiola during a training session at the VA hospital's orthopedic clinic in Temple.

    Darnall Nurses Pursue Doctorate of Nursing

    FORT HOOD, Texas - Three Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center Army nurses are striving to take their careers to the next level - the highest level now available to nurses... - Read Full Story

  • Apryle Cavazos runs on the treadmill while Tom Feild, Army Wellness Center health educator, measures her aerobic output and cardiovascular fitness.

    Army Wellness Center offers tools to ensure health and fitness success

    FORT HOOD, Texas - "I'm seeing results," said Maj. Karl Harness. "I'm already down a shirt size and my pants are too big. I'm well on my way to that 'beach body' I've always wanted..." - Full Story

  • TRICARE offers options

    TRICARE offers options for Families

    FORT HOOD, Texas - When it comes to their health and the health of their family, everyone needs to make informed decisions to ensure they receive the best care possible... - Full Story

  • I Am Strong

    Army SHARP Annual Unit Refresher Training – July 8, 2014 Stand To!

  • Nurse Advice Line

    Make informed decisions about your health care by calling TRICARE's Nurse Advice Line anytime, day or night: 1-800-TRICARE. Read more.

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Access To Care

Scheduling Medical Appointments

To schedule a medical appointment within the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center system of health, please call the Appointment Line at 254-288-8888 or toll free 800-305-6421 between the hours of 7 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday (closed on Federal Holidays).

Did you know that Darnall Health Care System offers a Nurse Advice Line? By calling 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273); Option 1, you can address any medical question 24 hours a day, seven days a week for yourself or a loved one and receive advice on what to do. No question is too small or large. They can provide self care advice, help determine whether you need an appointment or recommend emergency room care. Give them a call at 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273); Option 1 and let them help you with your medical concerns.

You may also schedule appointments online at www.tricareonline.comoffsite link in new window. Beneficiaries may access TRICARE On Line with a DFAS MyPay PIN, Common Access Card or by creating a Department of Defense Self Service account. Registration is quick and easy!

Access To Care (ATC) Options, Standards and Definitions:

Emergency Care: Beneficiaries seeking emergency care should proceed to the nearest emergency room or call 911 (or other local emergency assistance number) for immediate medical attention.

Urgent (Acute) Care (e.g. ear ache, high fever):
ATC Standard – 24 hours
Beneficiaries seeking urgent care may schedule an appointment with their Primary Care Manager or Primary Care Manager Team. If appointments are not available, beneficiaries will be seen by an Urgent Care Team Member in the Emergency Department.

Routine Care (e.g. follow–up care, allergies, disease management):
ATC Standard – 7 calendar days

Wellness and Health Promotion Services (e.g. physical exams, well women exam):
ATC Standard – 28 calendar days

Referrals for Specialty Care Services:
ATC Standard – 28 calendar days

Tell Us About Your Care

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Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center's Mission and Vision

Mission

Provide our Service Members, Families and Veterans quality, patient–centered care to promote a medically ready force and a healthy, resilient community.

Vision

Strengthen the health of The Great Place through trusted "Care and Concern".

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Patient Comments

See what our patients are saying:

CRDAMC – Logistics Division
ICE comment: December 2, 2014
"I wanted to take the time to write a very, very positive feedback for our custodial crew in Bennett Health Care Clinic. Ms. Aritza Ortiz has gone above and beyond to provide us support since I met her day one working over here. She is always willing to go above and beyond to meet our needs and even located a larger trash can for my office. She is always friendly. Mr. John Hill always greets me with a smile when he comes to work. It is very clear that he works very hard to meet all of our needs here at work. Also, Ms. Nancy who I talk to during the day from time to time is very hard working and friendly to us all. Thank you for your service. I am grateful to work with such competent and caring professionals."
CRDAMC – Behavioral Health
ICE comment: December 8, 2014
"CPT Rubio is really a great care provider. I can honestly say throughout the years I have been in the Army that I haven't always had a great experience with a lot of doctors but I can truly say out of every doctor I have seen no matter what it has been for he is at the top of the list of the best. You can tell he cares and he isn't just a one solution type of doctor and he doesn't blow you off. I think it's great that the Army has him as a provider especially for behavioral health because I believe it is one of the most important clinics out there. I have had a hard time recently in the Army and after every time I see him I feel a lot better."
CRDAMC – Army Public Health Nursing
ICE comment: December 9, 2014
"I and my husband always attend this Military Retirement Day. We really enjoyed it and there is lots of good information, that we can get, staff volunteers are very good and nice people, besides lots of necessary give always. Military Retirement Day."
CRDAMC – Sleep Center
ICE comment: December 9, 2014
"Jessica was an outstanding Nurse who took care of me. Thankfully she followed up with a phone call or I would have missed my appointment due to being at the wrong location."
CRDAMC – Labor and Delivery
ICE comment: December 9, 2014
"Jermaine in L&D triage was excellent. She took care of me and was timely, helpful and caring when I was in severe pain. Dr Hubbard was also great. He made sure to take his time explaining everything and was thorough."

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