• Prepare to deploy in support of operational forces
• Deliver quality health services
• Shape the future of military medicine through education, training and research
Be the nations premier Military Medical Center, providing world-class care; anytime, anywhere!
Staff are our most important resource.
Patients are our focus.
Success is judged by those we serve.
• Service, professionalism, respect, teamwork, safety and compassion are valued.
• Building a healthy force, preventing casualties, and casualty care are the cornerstones of our practice.
• Quality healthcare is centered on families and communities.
• Structured and disciplined resource decisions lead to sound business practices.
• Communication, coordination, and cooperation are critical to our success.
• Continuous improvement is essential to quality healthcare and patient safety.
Research & Teaching
A leader in the medical field, the hospital is also a major teaching and research center.
As Navy medicine’s most active teaching hospital, graduate medical education programs are conducted in anesthesiology, dermatology, emergency medicine, general surgery, internal medicine, obstetrics-gynecology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, orthopedics, pathology, pediatrics, psychiatry, psychology, radiology, urology, general practice dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery, nurse anesthesia, and hospital pharmacy.
Fellowships are offered in adolescent medicine, cardiology, critical care, computerized tomography and imaging, dermatophathology, gastroenterology, hematology- oncology, infectious disease, nephrology, and pulmonary disease.
Naval Medical Center San Diego is affiliated with the University of California San Diego, Children’s Hospital and Health Center, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, La Jolla and many prestigious institutions throughout the United States where Navy trainees perform rotations as integral parts of their residency of fellowship programs.
Naval Medical Center San Diego operates a network of clinics located at area military installations. Through these clinics, ambulatory care is provided to the active duty population. Nine other clinics are located throughout San Diego and are available to our family members and retirees.
If you need a ride from the San Diego Lindbergh Field Airport to Naval Medical Center San Diego, go to the USO counter in the west terminal. They can arrange a ride from the airport to the hospital for you at a minimal cost.
(619) 296-3192 - Open from 9am to 11pm
Command Sponsor Coordinator:
34800 Bob Wilson Drive
San Diego, CA 92134-5000
Upon arrival, report to the Quarter Deck (QD) Building 1, 1st floor entrance by the flag pole to have your orders stamped. Quarter Deck is manned 24/7 for check-ins. Then proceed to Human Resources Department (HRD) Receipts and Transfers section to start your travel reporting aboard process. If you report after normal working hours, then report to HRD next working day at 0700. HRD is located in Bldg 2, Ground Level.
Please accompany sponsor around the command for location assistance and ease of check-in process.
New Check-in Parking
Located at: 2115 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101
After parking, enter the base through the walk-in pedestrian gate by the Emergency Room entrance (best to have sponsor meet you at the lot for directions)
Building 26 (BEQ) Parking Garage
Enter base from Main Entrance. At first stop sign continue straight. At second stop sign turn left, then right at the third stop sign. Garage will be on your left.
Is located behind SWMI Bldg. 14. Enter base from Main Entrance. At first stop sign continue straight. At second stop sign turn left, then left at the third stop sign. Stop and show CAC to guard shack, then continue down the hill on a gravel road to the parking lot spaces.
San Diego Utilities & Services
SBC (Telephone): (800) 310-2355
San Diego Gas & Electric: (800) 411-7343
Otay Water: (619) 670-2241
Pacific Waste Service
• San Diego (619) 561-7080
• Alpine (619) 561-7080
• South Bay (619) 561-7080
COX Cable: (800) 234-6660
Time Warner Cable: (858) 695-3220
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV): (800) 777- 0133
San Diego Transit: (619) 233-3004
Naval Base San Diego (619) 556-7404
Naval Base Coronado (619) 545-6071
• Tricare Service Center: (800) 242-6788
• Chula Vista, 644 Naples St, (619) 585-5555
• San Diego, 808 Balboa Ave, (858) 569-6664
• Naval Base Coronado, (619) 545-4319
• NAB (Active Duty), 619-437-3050
• Naval Training Center (NTC), (619) 524-4947
• Naval Station (Active Duty), (619) 556-8101
• Naval Medical Center, San Diego, (619) 532- 6400; Appointments (619) 532-8225
CHILD CARE RESOURCE REFERRAL FOR THE SOUTHWEST REGION
Phone: (619) 556-8491
Toll Free: (877) 235-6002
Navy Family Homecare Program:
Military Childcare Resource link:
Navy Child and Youth Programs
YMCA Child Care Resource
Phone: (800) 481-2151
New Parent Support Link:
SD County Office of Education (858) 292-3500
Borrego Springs (760) 767-5357
Carlsbad (760) 331-5000
Chula Vista (619) 425-9600
Coronado Unified (619) 522-8918 / 8900
Oceanside (760) 757-2560
Poway (858) 748-0010
Ramona (760) 787-2000
San Diego Unified (619) 725-8000
San Marcos (760) 744-4776
Sweetwater (619) 691-5555
Vista (760) 726-2170
Military School Liaison Officer-Tabs for different school based off districts:
MILITARY CHILD EDUCATION COALITION’S (MCEC) SCHOOLQUEST
SchoolQuest is designed for military families and is a safe, secure online resource. It is organized so that you can access information that the MCEC has gathered to help you make decisions on future schools for your children.
All three items must be completed before signing in with the TAD office:
Programs & Policies - Travel Card
Statement of Understanding (SOU)
Defense Travel System (DTS) Self-Registration Form
Click to view TAD Check-in Instructions