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Health Clinics

NBHC NTC San Diego

Your Health is Our Mission

NBHC Naval Training Center (NTC) "your health is our mission!" We are a full service active duty and family primary care clinic.

We deliver quality health services in support of the armed forces, maintain medical readiness, and advance medicine through education, training, and research. We are committed to excellence in customer service, access to care, and supporting the mission of Naval Medical Center San Diego. 

NBHC NTC San Diego Services

Our Services

  • Primary Care Clinic / Medical home Port: (619) 881-9001
  • Nurse Advice Line: 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273), Option 1
  • Suitability Screening Center: (619) 524-6478
  • Laboratory: (619) 524-6088
  • Pharmacy: (619) 524-0933
  • Radiology: (619) 524-4941
  • Allergy Clinic: (619) 524-1519
  • OB/GYN Clinic: (619) 524-6195
  • Medical Records / IMR: (619) 524-4951
  • Periodic Health Assessment (ePHA): (619) 524-6118/6121/5817
  • Optometry Clinic: (619) 524-6484
    • Appointments: (619) 532-9830
  • Refractive Surgery Clinic: (619) 524-5515
    • Status consult: (619) 524-0335
  • Orthopedic / Podiatry Clinic: (619) 524-0146
  • Physical Therapy: (619) 524-0093
  • Occupational Health: (619) 524-4921
  • Mental Health: (619) 524-5717
  • TRICARE Beneficiary Services: 1-844-866-9378
  • Medical Boards: (619) 524-1387
  • Audiograms: (619) 524-6124

Electronic Periodic Health Assessment (ePHA)

Step-by-Step Instructions

STEP 1: COMPLETE THE ONLINE ELECTRONIC PERIODIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT (EPHA) QUESTIONNAIRE

Use a CAC-enabled computer to access the online ePHA:
https://data.nmcphc.med.navy.mil/PHA/index.aspx
Have your 10-digit DoD ID number and your 5-digit Unit Identification Code (UIC) on hand

STEP 2: NOTIFY THE MEDICAL READINESS TEAM THAT YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE ONLINE EPHA QUESTIONNAIRE VIA EMAIL TO:

usn.san-diego.navmedcensanca.list.nmcsd-ntc-pha-group@mail.mil

***NOTE - YOU MUST PROVIDE US WITH A GOOD CONTACT NUMBER OR EMAIL AND DOD ID (EDPI)***

Once we have reviewed your ePHA questionnaire we will contact you to schedule an appointment with a provider. Members will continue to be on the PHA hitlist until they have completed their PHA with the provider.

If you need assistance, please contact your command readiness coordinator.

Contact Us

Phone

(619) 524-5817/6118
 

Overseas and Suitability Screening

Step-by-Step Instructions for Virtual Screening

 
Overseas and Suitability Screening (OSS) packages are done by appointment, virtually.

  • For special cases or large volume OSS needs, please discuss with our staff at the clinic.
  • Expedited OSS packages are considered on a case by case basis and must meet specific criteria in order to proceed. Short notice / short fused orders is an example of a possible need to expedite an OSS package.
  • Submarine and flight physicals must be completed prior to submitting your OSS package.  Submarine physicals are conducted at 32nd street and flight physicals at NBHC Coronado.
  • Orders or letter of intent in hand when your report to OSS office (must be a copy)
     

It is the member’s responsibility to initiate their suitability screening process in a timely manner.

You can download & print Active Duty, Dependent and EFMP packets from this page. Please refer to the respective checklist within the packets to complete your screening. After completion of all documents, you will submit your documents via the below DoD SAFE link. Please refer to the below DoD SAFE Power Point for guidance on how to submit your documents via DoD SAFE.
 

Ensure all your dependents are enrolled in DEERS.

 

The EFMP questionnaire must be completed for each dependent.


Once we receive your documents through DoD SAFE, expect a phone call from our OSS staff within 3-7 business days. During this call, the Corpsman will review your packet to ensure you have all of the correct documents. Once verified that your packet submission is correct, the Corpsman will book an appointment for you to be screened by a Provider (depending on availability) over the phone. If your documents are incomplete and/or are missing requirements, you will be informed of what is incomplete and will need to re-submit your packet.
 

Ensure Dental signatures are complete on the NAVMED 1300/1 Part II.


If you are suitable for transfer, you may pick up your paperwork in person or have it sent to you via DoD SAFE. When you receive your packet, turn it into your medical records department except for the 1300/16, which goes to your command admin department. If you prefer to have it sent through DoD SAFE, please let the OSS Call Center know your intention.
 
If a message is sent to the gaining command, you will contact our Message Traffic Department. Contact information is listed below.
 

Email is the best way to contact OSS:

usn.san-diego.navmedcensanca.list.nmcsd-oss-help-desk@health.mil
 

OSS Message Traffic:

usn.san-diego.navmedcensanca.list.nmcsd-ntc-ssc@health.mil
 
You can also call OSS at 619-524-6478 for help or questions.
 

If you received last-minute orders, contact OSS Call Center and send us a copy of your orders.

 

OSS Call Center

(2nd Floor, next to OB/GYN)
619-524-64780

 

Address/Hours

2051 Cushing Road 92016 San Diego, CA
Hours: 0730-1500 Monday-Friday
 

Recipient information for DOD SAFE is as follows:

The DoD SAFE link provided below will require a CAC card to access the website. 

DoD SAFE LINK: https://safe.apps.mil/ 
*DoD SAFE emails delete automatically after 1 week. If you have not received a response, please resend your email.*

Name: OSS HELP DESK
Email: usn.san-diego.navmedcensanca.list.nmcsd-oss-help-desk@mail.mil
 

Documents:

DOD SAFE GUIDE PPT
Active Duty Packet
Dependent Packet

 

Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.