About Us

Graduate Medical Education

The Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune (NMCCL) offers award-winning health care and health care training by the most highly qualified primary care managers, specialty physicians, medical staff, and health care personnel in the country. Strategically located in Onslow County, the community is surrounded with natural beauty which is enhanced by its parks, beaches, and coastal waterways. Just a few hours west you will find the Blue Ridge Parkway and numerous spectacular mountain ranges. According to the county seat, the City of Jacksonville, the cost of living is low, and housing is 21% less expensive than the U.S. average.
To learn more about NMCCL’s Graduate Medical Education, please review the program links, as well as our commitment statement, which is approved by the GMEC and fully supported by the governing authority, the administration, and the faculty.

Graduate Medical Education Programs

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune is the sponsoring institution for Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited Family Medicine residency program and Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship. It is also the sponsoring institution for a Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) program in Advanced Education in General Dentistry, clinical phase training for the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) and Graduate nursing programs in Woman's Health, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthesia, Behavioral Health, and Family Practice.  The institution also serves as a participating site for ACGME accredited programs in Emergency Medicine and General Surgery and a clinical rotation site for multiple military health professions education programs.
The mission of the institution is to faithfully serve military and civilian communities through health care excellence, readiness, and professional development.  We do this by developing specialty-trained physicians and health care professionals ready to support wartime and operational missions as directed by Service Departments and the Defense Health Agency. We support warfighters, their families, and the community by a commitment to the highest standards of excellence in health care and education, and by maintaining both a medically ready force and a ready medical force.
The Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) and the Designated Institutional Official (DIO) are charged with oversight of the Graduate Medical Education (GME) program. As a member of the institutional governing body, the Board of Directors, the DIO, who also serves as the Director for Professional Education (DPE) and the GMEC manage the program with input from each area of the institution.
The Commander, Executive Officer, Board of Directors, DPE/DIO, Academic Chairs, Program Directors, Ancillary Staff, and Faculty are committed to the education and training of military officers. This includes assuring adequate the provisions of administrative, educational, financial, human, and clinical resources to support our programs. Resources are allocated to ensure compliance with Department of Defense regulations, the ACGME Institutional and Program Specific requirements, and other accreditation and licensure bodies as required.

Contact Us


(910) 450-3954
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Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune
Graduate Medical Education
Attn:  DPE/DIO
100 Brewster Blvd.
Camp Lejeune, NC 28547-2538
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