FTIG Troop Medical Clinic (TMC)
The Troop Medical Clinic serves patients ages 3 to 65. Priority is given to active-duty Soldiers and Soldiers on annual training or in military school. Civilian employees are seen for emergencies and routine occupational health care. Dependents, retirees and retiree dependents are seen on a space-available basis. The medical clinic is a satellite facility of Dunham Army Health Clinic, Carlisle Barracks.
Primary Care Services
For acute illness, minor accidents, follow-up care for chronic illness and preventive care, dependents, retirees and retiree dependents are seen on a space-available basis with priority given to TRICARE Prime patients.
Courier services are provided via Dunham Army Health Clinic for medications Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Information is available for all TRICARE programs. A liaison is available to assist patients in resolving medical or insurance problems. Appointments for TRICARE issues can be made by calling 717-861-8173.
Space-available appointments are made by calling 717-861-2091. Appointments are scheduled around sick call hours. Emergencies are seen any time during business hours. Walk-in patients are seen on a space-available basis or are given appointments.
Labs are drawn 8 to 9 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Diagnostic testing is available onsite per physician referral.
After Duty Hours Information
After hours, patients are seen at local civilian emergency rooms. Emergencies on post are handled by calling 911 from a post phone. A contract emergency ambulance is available 24/7.
Policy on Children in the Clinic
Children are not allowed in exam rooms unless they are directly seeking medical care. Children under age 10 must be in direct line-of-sight of parent or guardian at all times. Children over age 10 must have appropriate supervision and will remain in the waiting area during the parent’s appointment.
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 7:30 a.m. to noon Thursday
Closed weekends and holidays
Sick Call for AT/ADT/Schools 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Active-duty sick call is by appointment only.
The nearest dental clinic is located at Carlisle Barracks. National Guard and Reserve personnel must bring current orders to receive treatment.
The medical detachment provides medical services to Pennsylvania National Guard Soldiers as well as supports all troops going through the mobilization process at Fort Indiantown Gap. Services provided include immunizations and annual medical requirements such as periodic health assessments (PHA), vision screening, HIV draws, and hearing and dental exams. The medical detachment also is the medical records custodian for all Pennsylvania National Guard Soldiers.
Call for records 717-861-6537