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Welcome

Welcome to the Reynolds Army Community Hospital Health care Guide! The information contained herein is designed to familiarize you with the many services offered at

Access To Care

GETTING CARE There are two things you must do before obtaining medical care at Reynolds. First, you must update your status in DEERS (Defense Enrollment

Primary Care Manager Services

PRIMARY CARE MANAGER SERVICES Reynolds Army Community Hospital has transitioned our PCM services to Army Medical Home (AMH) teams by using the concept of Patient-Centered

Soldier Medicine

SPEC. 4 JOE MINOR THOMAS TROOP MEDICAL CLINIC (TMC#1) This TMC provides health care services for Advanced Individual Training Soldiers, the 95th Reception Battalion, Marines,

Warrior Transition Unit

The Warrior Transition Unit is designed to meet the needs of Soldiers who were wounded, ill or injured in theater and/or require complex medical and

Referral Services

REFERRAL MANAGEMENT OFFICE The Referral Management Office (RMO) is responsible for facilitating the referral process for all Active Duty Service Members and TRICARE Prime beneficiarie

Speciality Care Services

Initial access to specialty care service requires a referral or provider order (see Chapter 5). To schedule a follow-up appointment, call (580) 558-2000, option 5, Monday

Additional Patient Care Services

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CLINIC The Occupational Health Clinic provides services for certain federal and military employees of Ft. Sill, including work-related surveillance, physical qualifying exams, hazardou

Behavorial Health Services

CHAPLAIN SERVICES The Chaplain and Pastoral Care are available 24 hours a day to in-patients, Soldiers and their loved ones. Protestant worship is held i

Inpatient Services

CLINICAL DIETETICS BRANCH Clinical Dieticians provide nutritional screenings and medical nutrition therapy for inpatients at high or moderate nutrition risk. The phone number is (580)

Patient Support Services

AMERICAN RED CROSS Volunteers are important members of the RACH Team. They serve in various areas of both the hospital and dental clinics. Individuals interested

Frequently Asked Questsions

I am New to Fort Sill — How do I Obtain Medical Care? There are two things you must do before obtaining medical care.

News

Sustaining Iron Union

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Army Medicine's Central Region names Best Warriors

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Retired Soldier reclaims heart healthy life

Story by Joel McFarland on 01/30/2018 Often people do not realize there is a problem until they are faced with heart disease firsthand. Such wa

Reynolds Army Health Clinic Intensive Outpatient Program adds yoga

Story by Joel McFarland on 01/30/2018 In November, the RAHC Behavioral Health Department staff highlighted the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and the work done to

Program improves Soldiers' mental, spiritual health

Story by Joel McFarland on 01/30/2018 Over the past two years, Maj. Fe Nall the chief of the Intensive Outpatient Program in the Department of

Michigan Hosts Large Funeral Honors, Phase 2 Course

"I was happy to hear about the large class size," said Michigan National Guard Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Gregory Vadnais. "I am proud that many
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