Troop Medical Clinic (TMC) 14

Hours and Location

Contact Us Hours
Front Desk: (254) 287-5307
Alt: (254) 553-2019
Pharmacy: (254) 618-8814
FAX: (254) 288-0310
No Voice Mail
Monday – Wednesday & Friday: 0700 – 1600
Thursday: 0700 – 1430 (Closed for Training 1430 – 1600)
Address Sick Call
Bldgs. 56501 & 56503
On North Fort Hood
Headquarters Ave, and 18th Street
North Fort Hood, Texas 76544
Weekdays: 0700 – 0830
Weekends, Holidays, or After Hours: For Sick Call issues go to the ER at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center (CRDAMC). For Emergencies, Dial 911.


Purpose of Troop Medical Clinic (TMC) 14

This Department of Operational and Deployment Medicine (DODM) clinic serves Mobilizing and Demobilizing units at North Fort Hood. It is also utilized for medical support of Annual Training (AT) units assigned to North Fort Hood.

Sick Call

Weekdays from 0700 – 0830. Acute issues can be seen during the day, evaluated on a case by case basis. Depending on severity the soldier may be referred to CRDAMC or for a later appointment.

For issues on Weekends, Holidays or After Hours, Soldiers can go to the Emergency Room at CRDAMC. For Emergencies, Dial 911.

TMC 14 building and sign

Follow up/ Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP) Appointments:

Monday – Wednesday and Friday: 0900 – 1530.
Thursday: 0900 – 1430 (1430 – 1600 Closed for Training).

Acute Walk-In Appointments:

Monday – Wednesday and Friday: 0700 – 1530.
Thursday: 0700 – 1430.

Services Offered

Medical Care

Provide medical support through acute care and follow up medical appointments for mobilizing and demobilizing Soldiers at North Fort Hood.

Soldier Readiness Services

All non–sick call/acute care appointments are made through Nurse Case Management at the Soldier Readiness and Processing Site (SRP).

Ancillary Services

  • Laboratory: Provides many of the required tests for mobilizing and demobilizing units and for Soldiers to maintain MEDPROS readiness.
  • Pharmacy: Supports Clinic Providers and Staff as well as offering a limited number of Over the Counter (OTC) medications to Soldiers. Soldiers can present their ID Card and get up to 4 OTC items per 30 day period for self care.

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