Please click here to schedule your COVID-19 and Flu vaccination. We are currently appointing all beneficiaries.

NEW!! AS OF 01 MAR 2022, UPDATE: MASK GUIDANCE FOR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FACILITIES.  In accordance with CDC guidance, the Department of Defense (DOD) requires all Service members, Federal employees, onsite contractor employees, and visitors, regardless of vaccination status, to wear SURGICAL MASKS in all indoor Medical Treatment Facilities. If you do not have a SURGICAL mask, one will be provided to you.

The Radiology Department at the North Severn clinic will be secured on 11 March 2022 from 0730-1600 in order to perform required preventative maintenance of our unit.
The Radiology Department at Brigade Medical Unit will be available during this downtime. Please contact (410)293-1730 for any questions, comments or concerns. Thank you for allowing us to continue to serve your healthcare needs.


WALK-IN TESTING: For our symptomatic beneficiaries enrolled to NHC Annapolis who need COVID-19 testing, please come to the Naval Health Clinic Annapolis between the hours of 0800-1130 and 1300- 1400 Monday thru Friday (NOTE: clinic is closed on Federal Holidays). For more information on where you can get testing, click here.

Health Services

How to Help

How to provide assistance to a mildly/moderately troubled person.
You can choose to help them in any of the following ways:

  • Directly address the behavior or issue you observe.
  • Tell them how it affects you.
  • Consult with your primary care provider.
  • Refer the person to the NHCA BH Department.

Guidelines for talking with a person in distress:

  • Accept and respect what is said.
  • Help determine what needs to be done or changed.
  • Try to focus on an aspect of the problem that is manageable.
  • Avoid giving advice, judging, evaluating, and criticizing.
  • Avoid easy answers such as, "Everything will be all right."
  • Help identify resources needed to improve things.
  • Help the person recall constructive methods used in the past to cope; get the person to agree to do something constructive to change things.
  • Offer yourself as a caring person until professional assistance has been obtained.
  • Trust your insight and reactions.
  • Let others know your concerns.
  • Attempt to address the person's needs and seek appropriate resources.
  • Avoid contributing unnecessarily to the person's guilt or sense of failure.
  • Do not swear secrecy or offer confidentiality to the person.
  • Encourage the person to seek help.
  • When called for, let the person know you are worried about their safety.
  • It is important to remember that talking about suicide is a cry for help and is not to be ignored. It is also important to remember that by asking about suicide you will never "plant" the idea in their head.
Dispel myths about seeking help, such as "I will be seen as weak" or "It will ruin my military career.

Contact Us

Phone Numbers

Patient Feedback 
Phone:  (410) 293-3208
Fax:(410) 293-1240

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 07:30 a.m. - 1630 p.m.

Availability of Services

Open to all Active Duty self-referrals and consults. Open to all Active Duty.

Appointments

Clinic staff will review your self-referral form or consults and contact you with an available appointment.
**If you are experiencing a crisis or emergency, please go to your nearest Emergency Room for immediate assistance, call 9-1-1, or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).**
Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.