Urgent & Emergency Care
If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911.
To reach Womack's Urgent Care, call 910-907-6000.
Womack Army Medical Center offers the following services:
- Urgent Care
- Emergency Care
Urgent Care services treat non-life threatening health issues that require immediate attention, such as sprains, the flu, colds, and other common illnesses.
If you're unsure about whether you need urgent care, contact the Military System Nurse Advice Line to speak to a registered nurse.
to find your country-specific number to use web and video chat.
The Urgent Care Clinic (UCC) at Womack Army Medical Center is now open for both urgent care complaints and testing/treating of patients that have symptoms of COVID-19. The Womack UCC is a walk-in clinic only. Patients that walk in will receive a mask and undergo COVID-19 medical screening.
Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients with possible exposure should call the Appointment Line to schedule a virtual appointment with a provider to discuss COVID-19 drive-thru testing options.
Asymptomatic patients who are preparing to deploy, returning from deployment, training, or have occupation requirements can call to schedule drive-thru testing appointments.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening medical situation (including mental health emergencies), call 911 immediately or visit Womack Army Medical Center if it's your nearest hospital.
Emergency care services treat life-threatening medical issues such as threats to your life, limbs, sight, or safety.
Our Emergency Department is a state of the art medical facility with caring trained military, contract, and government providers who are board certified in emergency medicine. Our nurses are also specialty trained and experienced in triage and emergency care. Our facility is comprised of two units within our department, The Emergency Department (ED) and the ambulance section. Both units are staffed around the clock, 24/7, 365 days a year.
Clerical or non-clinical staff are responsible for registering vital information about your identity. They will:
- Uniquely identify you
- Enter and update your demographics, i.e., address, telephone number
- Record and obtain insurance information
- Provide follow up appointments as requested by the Emergency Room Provider
- Record detail information for your work or school if required