One team providing quality pediatric health care that is state of the art and timely to our pediatric population and their family members. Training the next generation of health care providers in pediatrics as well as mentor and care for all our staff members so that everyone thrives in their personal and professional lives.
To expand pediatric sub-specialty care, and NICU capabilities within Womack. To support families with children with special needs through specialized services with EDIS, PETT, Developmental Pediatrics, and EFMP. To support the primary care providers throughout Womack in their care of complex pediatric patients through consultative services.
All children are assigned to a Primary Care Provider who may be a Physician, Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant at their designated clinic. Attempts are made to ensure that pediatric patients with special needs are assigned to a Pediatrician at the Joel Pediatric Clinic.
Immunizations are available at all of the clinics. Synagis injections are given in the Joel Pediatric Clinic for eligible patients.
- Adolescent Services
- Case Management
- Immunization Clinic
- Management of Chronic Medical Issues
- Newborn, Well Child and Sick Child Care
- Pediatric Pharmacy
- Subspecialty Referral
- Synagis Clinic
Specialty Services Provided
Referral from your primary care physician is required for any Pediatric Specialty appointments.
Questions regarding referral services may directed to referral management or Humana.
Call 910-907-2778 (APPT), option #2 to discuss your specialty consult with one of the staff members in the Specialty Referral Clinic.
Due to limited availability for the Pediatric Specialists at Joel, some children will be referred to off-post civilian specialists.
If your care has been deferred off post, you will receive a letter in the mail in 7-10 business days that will provide the location and contact information for the clinic you have been referred to. If there are questions or concerns about the referral, contact a Humana Military Representative at 1-800-444-5445, option # 4.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Level II NICU providing care to infants delivered at 30-weeks gestation and term.
The Adolescent Medicine service offers specialized assessment, evaluation, and care of teens and young adults, both beneficiaries and active duty. The services include dermatology, contraception, mental health, concussion and transgender care.
Provides comprehensive outpatient general pediatric cardiology services ranging from fetal echocardiography to the diagnosis and management of the newborn with congenital heart disease to adults with congenital heart disease. Our pediatric and fetal cardiology team is committed to delivering the best possible care to children and military families in our Fort Bragg community.
Children with special needs who require medical management above and beyond the care provided by their primary care manager can be referred for evaluation by one of Womack Army Medical Center's Developmental Pediatricians. Specializing in complex developmental and medical disorders, the developmental pediatricians work closely with the child, family, primary physician, early intervention and school personnel to provide comprehensive health care.
This service offers specialized assessment, evaluation, and care of infants, children, and adolescents with conditions involving the endocrine system. We offer support to the inpatient team which includes the Pediatric Ward, Nursery and NICU.
Identifies and enrolls family members with specialized medical, psychological, or education needs into the EFMP. Process OCONUS and CONUS (AF) screens to determine whether traveling family members warrant EFMP enrollment. Coordinate with Army Human Resources Command during the assignments process to ensure medical service availability for Soldiers potentially assigned to Fort Bragg. To Pre-clear/Clear all Soldiers departing Fort Bragg.
Pediatric Evaluation and Treatment Team (PETT)
PETT specializes in evaluation and treatment of high risk preterm infants and children (birth – 36 months) with complex medical and developmental conditions and work closely with the child's medical team to provide the highest quality, best clinical practices in early intervention services.
The Pediatric Gastroenterology Service specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, biliary tree and pancreas in children. We perform an extensive range of related procedures, consult on nutrition, gastrointestinal and liver problems.
Lactation Consultation-Breastfeeding Consultation
Lactation consultants and counselors at Womack Army Medical Center work with your care team. From pregnancy to the end of your breastfeeding experience, we offer in-person and telephone consultations, breastfeeding evaluations, follow-up visits and long-term personalized education and support. We can work in collaboration with nutritional and occupational therapy support to provide you and your baby with a comprehensive plan to successfully breastfeed. Call to schedule an appointment at the WAMC hospital.
Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS)*
The mission of Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) is to fulfill the requirements of Public Law 102-119, directing the Department of Defense to provide early intervention to eligible children and families on certain military installations in the United States and on command sponsored tours overseas. The goal of EDIS is to make sure that all children are ready to learn when they reach school age by providing services and support to eligible families who have concerns about their child’s development.