Health Services

Active Duty

Sick Call

Health and dental clinics offer Sick Call hours.

Physical Exams

Provides medical screening and documentation for Active and Reserve Components, and ROTC in preparation for transition to:

  • Military Training Schools
  • Periodic Health Assessment
    (for TRICARE remote Soldiers and those not assigned a primary care manager)
  • End of term of service to include Chapter
  • Retirement

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

Information for military Families with an exceptional special needs family member (EFM).

Overseas Suitability Screening


To provide a clear and concise screening process for all people who are transferring to overseas locations, remote duty locations, or operational units.


 Services are provided for the following duty assignments:
  • Overseas
  • Operational Duty
  • Remote Duty

Screening Process

The Family Member Travel Screening (FMTS) is a process to screen all family members of active duty and/or activated service members who request government-sponsored travel to Outside the Contiguous United States (OCONUS) locations (including Alaska and Hawaii) for potential travel concerns, which may include medical, educational, and/or dental needs, to ensure that the gaining location can meet their needs.  The travel concerns are then coordinated between the losing and the gaining FMTS Office prior to executing final personnel actions to the OCONUS locations.

This screening may result in mandatory enrollment into the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) if the family member(s) meet the EFMP enrollment criteria.

Who is screened?

All Departments:  All family members of active duty and/or activated service members who request government-sponsored travel to remote and/or OCONUS locations (including Alaska and Hawaii).

The Department of the Navy will also use FMTS for all family members of active duty and/or activated service members traveling to areas designated as remote CONUS locations.
FMTS will be completed within the 12 months prior to the service member's report date to the projected duty location. The expected timeframe to complete the entire FMTS process is 60 days. Additional screening may be required if the service member is selected for participation in the Defense Attache Program.

When does screening occur?

Screening should be initiated immediately once the service member has been officially notified of an assignment to an OCONUS location


Contact Us

Appointment Line

910-450-HELP (4357)

Nurse Advice Line

1-800-TRICARE, option #1

Emergency/Trauma Department

100  Brewster Blvd
Camp Lejeune, NC 28574
24 HRS

Contact Overseas Screening

NMCCL PAD Suitability


Outpatient Medical Records

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune
ATTN: Overseas Screening
100 Brewster Blvd.
Camp Lejeune, NC

Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.