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Health Services

Preventive Care

Preventive care services include period health screenings, checkups, and other medical procedures to prevent illnesses, disease, or other health problems. USNH GB health care providers and staff are highly motivated and deliver a wide variety of services, tools and education to help you reach and maintain your health and wellness goals. 


The clinics are available on a referral basis from your primary care physician. You may seek services by visiting with your health care provider or you may reach out through secure messaging. 

Health and Wellness

We optimize readiness and promote better population health through awareness, education and intervention programs for all Guantanamo Bay residents. We seek to increase the physical fitness and nutritional health of our community to enhance overall well being and to prevent, limit, or control disease and disability.
Our Mission: Provide innovative and evidence-based health promotion and wellness programs and services that facilitate readiness and resilience, prevent illness and injury, hasten recovery and promote lifelong healthy behaviors and lifestyles. 
Our Vision: A world-class Center of Excellence empowering people to live healthier lives.
Our Goals: We are passionate about keeping Sailors and Marines fit for service in eight key areas:
  • Healthy Eating
  • Active Living
  • Tobacco Free Living
  • Reproductive and Sexual Health
  • Psychological and Emotional Well-being
  • Injury and Violence Free Living
  • Preventing Drug Abuse and Excessive Alcohol Use
  • Weight Management

Crews Into Shape

The Crews Into Shape challenge, held every March in conjunction with National Nutrition Month®, The goals of the challenge are to spark and guide workplace-focused, team-oriented, physical activity and encourage and help families find new ways to eat more fruit and vegetables every day. For more information, give us a call or email. Interested in becoming a Crew’s Leader?  Check out the Quick Start Checklist for Crew Leader Checklist.

Ship Shape

The Ship Shape Program is the official Navy weight management program designed to help everyone including, active duty; reserve; TRICARE beneficiaries, and government civilians, make behavior changes to lose weight. The eight session program focuses on three essential components for weight loss: nutrition, physical activity, and mindset. Participants start by taking an introductory self-paced online session. Next you’ll attend six in-person group sessions, and conclude the formal portion with a self-paced online session. The goal is to set you up for life-long healthy habits.  At NMRTC Guantanamo Bay, this class is offered three times per year or as requested for groups greater than 6 people. If you’re interested, give us a call today! For more details, check out the Ship Shape Program Information Brief.

Nicotine Cessation 

To help you win the battle to quit nicotine products and stay quit, we offer effective quitting and information resources.  

Sexual Health and Responsibility Program (SHARP):

Mission: Promote and protect the sexual health of Department of the Navy population in which there is a positive, fair, respectful approach to sexuality, relationships, and reproduction.
Vision: Achieve a cultural norm in which physical and social sexual health are encouraged, supported and expected, in which all pregnancies are planned and sexual violence, sexual coercion and sexually transmitted infections are prevented.
SHARP training is designed to increase the competence and confidence of people who will speak with Sailors, Marines, and family members about sexual health and responsibility. The goal is to provide no-cost training that includes distance learning for educators, instructors and speakers and also specialized training for healthcare providers and counselors.
Sexual health is a state of well-being that involves physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual dimensions, and is based on a positive, equitable, and respectful approach to sexuality, relationships, and reproduction that is free of coercion, fear, discrimination, stigma, shame, and violence.  The resources in this toolbox focus on the prevention of unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.

Become a Leader for Healthy Living

Are you interested in promoting fit and healthy lifestyle and learning in your workplace? Check out Health Promotion Toolbox, a monthly calendar of health observances, topics of interest, and resources to help you promote health and wellness in your workplace. 

Health Fairs and Community Events

The Health Promotion and Wellness Committee is dedicated to keeping you and the community healthy and safe! Every November we host a community health fair to showcase USNH GB services and activities to support you and your health. Have a topic that you’d like your team to learn more about?  Call us today schedule an educational session at your workplace!

Want to Join our Health Promotion and Wellness Team?

  • Open to all individuals onboard Naval Station Guantanamo Bay.

  • Volunteer opportunities including Health Fairs and special events throughout the year.

  • Volunteer Service Hours for Active Duty.

Explore Health Promotion Topics

Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center’s Health Promotion and Wellness
Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center’s Wounded, Ill, and Injured Resources
TRICARE Healthy Living
Military One Source Healthy Living
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Healthy Living
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NIH)
Weight-control Information Network (WIN)
Navy Operational Fitness and Fueling System (NOFFS)
Military Crisis Line
NADAP’s Keep What You’ve Earned
NMCPHC Additional Resources
Crews into Shape
Ship Shape
Navy Marine Corps Health Promotion Toolbox

How are we doing? 

Patients are encouraged to complete the online Preventive Care Interactive Customer Evaluation Survey each time you visit our facility, especially if you observe a difference in the care received, whether positive or negative. Feedback from our patients is extremely important in assisting our team to make a positive and lasting impression of our facility and your care.

Contact Us


Weekdays 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Emergency Care 24/7 

Phone Numbers

Preventive Medicine

To reach any number at the hospital from U.S. (757) 458-2998
Option 1 dial 5 digit extension 


From main thoroughfare, Sherman Avenue, go to Caravella Point, across from W.T. Sampson School. 
Turn onto Caravella Point marked by USNH marquee and follow for approximately 1/2 mile, veering to hospital. 

Reserved parking for patients is available in lot nearest to main entrance and in the lot nearest to ER.

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