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If you are new to TRICARE Online (TOL) or need instructions on how to connect see the following:
Getting Started with TOL Guide
Schedule and Cancel Appointments
To schedule or cancel medical appointments, please visit www.TRICAREonline.com or call 270-798-4677 (HOSP) or 931-431-4677 or 866-542-4677. The Appointment Line Call Center is open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
If you will not be able to make it to a scheduled appointment, please cancel at least two hours in advance so another patient may take advantage of the available time. Appointments may be canceled online at www.TRICAREonline.com or by calling the Appointment Line Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
To cancel an appointment after hours and on weekends, please call 270-798-8643 (VOID). You will need to leave a message with the patient's first and last name and their social security number.
Walk - In Services
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital offers walk - in services to beneficiaries and family members (More)
SHARP Hotline Information
Primary 24/7 SHARP hotline number for Fort Campbell: 270-498-4319. Secondary SHARP hotline number for Fort Campbell during duty hours: 270-798-0492
Questions about medical supplies? Select the following to read the letter regarding the patient supply counter closure and review a list of all the supplies previously offered to find out if they are covered by TRICARE. (More)
The preadmission office is open from 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday, except holidays.
BACH Enrollment - Open for Family enrollment within a 30 minute drive time. All active duty service members are assigned to a troop medical clinic upon arrival to Fort Campbell.
Fort Campbell's Managed Care Contractor, Humana Military Healthcare Services, accepts applications for new enrollment in one of three ways:
1. Beneficiary Web:
2. Humana number-1-800-444-5445
3. TRICARE Service Center located at Building 2525, 22nd and Indiana Street.
TRICARE Online Pharmacy Refill
Defense Health Systems
USA MEDDAC-Ft. Campbell will support ready Soldiers and healthy Families through high quality, safe, accessible health care; while relentlessly pursuing improvement, providing outstanding service, leveraging innovative technology and developing the next generation of Army healthcare leaders.
The Army's best medical activity;
exceeding standards, yet never satisfied.
BACH Commander, George Appenzeller
Departments Local to Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Lapointe and Dentac
*Birth Certificate Information*
Building the Soldier Athlete
Byrd Health Clinic
ENT Surgery Services Otolaryngology
Exceptional Family Member Program
La Pointe Health Clinic
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Pain) Clinic
Patient and Soldier Centered Medical Homes (Primary Care)
Speech Language Pathology
Warfighter Refractive Surgery
*Screaming Eagle Medical Home*
Social Work Services
Same Day Surgery
Urgent Care Clinic
Support and Administrative
Department of Ministry and Pastoral Care
Education & staff
Family Readiness Group
HIPAA Privacy Officer
Patient Administration (Medical Records)
WOUNDED SOLDIER FAMILY HOTLINE
overseas: DSN (312) 421-3700
stateside: DSN 421-3700
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