Family Medicine (UFHC)

UFHC Access to Care

Building A, Room A1034

7:15 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, Wednesdays, 2nd and 3rd Fridays of the Month Opens at 8:30 a.m.

Nurse Advice Line: 1 (800) 874-2273; Option 1.

UFHC Fax Number: (301) 295-1294

Appointment Scheduling: (301) 295-3630

After-hours medical advice: On call physician line: (301) 312-7241

Well-Baby and Child Developmental Screening

FAM Contact Information

Uniformed Services University

Department of Family Medicine

4301 Jones Bridge Road, A1038
Bethesda, Maryland 20814-4799

Chair: COL Dana R. Nguyen

(301) 295-9466
Alternate Number (301) 295-3632
Fax (301) 295-3100

Uniformed Services University

University Family Health Center (UFHC)

The University Family Health Center (UFHC) Mission:

To deliver comprehensive, family-centered, accessible healthcare to all eligible beneficiaries and to support the USU mission of training the Finest Military Providers by ensuring continuous medical readiness.
The UFHC is a TRICARE PRIME clinic but is by invitation only (meaning all enrollments must be done through the clinic) and priority is given to the students enrolled at USU. DoD eligible patients will be seen on a space available basis. 


If you have any symptoms or recent exposure to COVID-19 please either proceed to screening tent (Information here) or call the clinic for advice. Patients who do have an appointment with UFHC must wear face coving per DoD policy until further notice.  

From 0715-1530 call 301-295-3630

From 1530-0715 call 301-312-7241 


Pharmacy Update:

Pharmacy Changes- as of 3/27 

NEX Pharmacy closed till further notice

 America Pharmacy will provide curbside pickup service for;
1. Refills -  must call 1-800-377-1723 (note: you must select the America Pharmacy for pick-up.)
2. New prescriptions must call 301-295-2123  (note: you must select option to speak with a staff member)
America Pharmacy New Hours of operation will be;

Monday-Friday, 0700-1800.

Saturday 0900-1730 and Sunday 1000-1730


Influenza Vaccination Program

Please see the information below for when and where to get your Influenza vaccine. If you have any questions please contact the Univeristy Family Health Clinic at (301)295-3630. 

WRNMMC Staff Influenza Drive

  • Dates:  13-23 October
  • Hours:  0600-1800
  • Location:  Bldg. 5, 3rd Floor, Rooms 3007/3008 (Hospital Education and Training Classrooms)

* Staff drive to include contract personnel and WRNMMC volunteers

Beneficiary Influenza Drive

  • Dates:  28 October – 04 December (M-F)
  • Hours:  0800-1600
  • Locations: 
  • Bldg. 9, 1st Floor, near OWS operations (3 years and above)
  • Immunization Clinic (6 months and above)

NEX Influenza Drive

  • Dates:  10 November – 4 December (M-F)
  • Hours:  1000-1700
  • Food Court seating area 2ndFloor of NEX
  • All beneficiaries 3 years and older


COVID-19 Testing Updates

In response to the growing demand for COVID-19 testing, we want to keep you informed about the testing capabilities at The University Family Health Clinic and WRNMMC. There are two main classifications for COVID-19 testing: symptomatic and asymptomatic.

Symptomatic testing is when patients are tested for COVID-19 because they have symptoms of a COVID-19 infection. If you are experiencing symptoms of a COVID-19 infection, you can be tested for COVID-19 at the Walter Reed Emergency Room (24/7) or Central Screening Area (Monday – Friday, 7am – 4pm) without an appointment.

Asymptomatic testing is when patients are tested for COVID-19 without experiencing any symptoms. Asymptomatic testing is permitted for only a few pre-determined circumstances, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and approved by the Department of Defense and National Capital Region Market. At this time, due to nationwide shortages in laboratory reagent supplies, asymptomatic testing is NOT authorized at WRNMMC and The University Family Health Clinic for school, camp, daycare or nursing home admittance, extracurricular/similar activities, or personal travel. TRICARE also does not cover asymptomatic testing for these reasons.

Please contact your healthcare provider if you have questions about asymptomatic COVID-19 testing.

For more information about tests covered by TRICARE, please visit or call 1-800-444-5445.


We will update this information as it changes but is current as of September 1, 2020


Useful Information/Links

  1. Patient Agenda Setting Documents: Refer to prior to visit.
  2. The clinic follows all A and B rating from the USPSTF: Preventive Health ServicesU.S. Preventive Services Task Force Information
  3. View your personal health information to include lab results, allergy profile, medication profile, problem lists, and office visit information at the following link: Personal Health Information
  4. Developmental Screening: MCHAT Screening; This screening is done at 18 and 24 months and more often if a parent or provider request it.
  5. Self Referral Colon Cancer Screening: For patients greater than 50 years old.
  6. Take charge of your health! Click here for more information.
  7. Quitting smoking is just a phone call away. Visit The Great American Smokeout for more information.
  8. If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual assault, resources be found at the following link: Brigade Sexual Assault Victim Advocates and Points of Contact



The UFHC’s providers are generally board-certified family physicians in the Department of Family Medicine. In addition several visiting providers such as Family Nurse Practitioners, Dermatologists, Preventive Medicine, and Occupational Medicine providers staff the clinic as well. The nursing staff is led by a Nurse Case Manager who directs a staff of Registered Nurses, Uniformed and Civilian medical technicians as well as ancillary support staff.
The University Family Health Center provides Full Scope Family Care for all ages to include Maternity, Primary Care Sports Medicine, Acupuncture, Minor Procedures, Gynecologic, Infertility, and Contraceptive Care. All referrals are coordinated through WRNMMC.