Reynolds Army Health Clinic has transitioned to Army Medical Home (AMH) teams by using the concept of Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). PCMH is a new model of healthcare being adopted by leading healthcare systems across the country. The patient-centered medical home is a team-based model of care that provides comprehensive primary care for the entire family. In this model, a team of health professionals, coordinated by a physician, works collaboratively to provide high levels of care, access and communication with its patients. The physician-led team is responsible for providing all the patient’s healthcare needs and, when needed, arranges for appropriate care with other qualified physicians. At its heart, the PCMH is healthcare the way it should be - easily accessible, patient-centered, healthcare provider team-based, and quality-focused. Appointments for all home teams can be made online at tricareonline.com or by calling 833-286-3732, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Army Medical Homes at Reynolds operate Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Family Medicine Teams include Service, Loyalty, Respect, Honor, Integrity, and Courage. These teams are all located on the first floor, north end of Reynolds and are designed for patients of all ages.
The Internal Medicine Team is designed for patients 18 and older. Internal Medicine also takes referrals from other physicians to evaluate patients and/or perform selected procedures such as EKGs, treadmills, and holter monitors. The Pediatrics is designed for patients from birth to 16 years of age. Pediatrics accepts referrals from other physicians to evaluate patients and/or perform selected procedures. The Fires Center includes 2 teams: Diamond and Leaders. Soldiers can access care by unit triage, calling the PCCC or booking an appointment online at tricareonline.com.
Hours: 8:00 – 4:15 Monday – Friday
Location: 1st Floor, East entrance of Reynolds
The Immunization Clinic staff is happy to provide our beneficiaries with all their immunization requirements. Whenever an immunization is given, the patient must be observed for 15 minutes before they are released. Therefore the last immunization will be administered at 4:15 p.m. Flu shots will be issued seasonally as soon as the vaccine becomes available. Please bring patient’s yellow shot record and ID card. Allergy shots are administered only to beneficiaries whose PCM is at Reynolds. Walk-in services are on Monday mornings, Tuesday afternoons, all day on Wednesday, Thursday mornings, and Friday afternoons only. As with immunizations, the patient must be observed for 15 minutes after administration of an allergy shot. Schools age shots are typically given from the middle of June to the middle of August. The child’s shot records and/or any documentation of shots/immunizations is required. The child’s medical record is not required.