02 March 2015
Barquist Pharmacy Construction

Beginning March 2 and continuing through May, the Barquist Pharmacy will be under construction. We apologize in advance for any delays or confusion that the renovation project may cause. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Patients are encouraged to transfer their chronic (recurring) prescriptions to the TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy (TMOP) for direct delivery to your home.

You can pick up TMOP information in the clinic or on the web at: https://www.express?scripts.com/TRICARE/

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Armed Services Blood Drive

The Armed Services Blood Drive at Fort Detrick will take place Monday, Mar. 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Odom Fitness Center.

To schedule an appointment online visit www.militarydonor.com and use the sponsor code: FTDetrick

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Women’s History Month Observation
  • March 20, 2015
  • 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
  • Community

Activities Center 1529 Freedman Drive

WEAVING the Stories of Women’s Lives

Please join us for the annual Fort Detrick Women’s History Month Observance hosted by USAMMA

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07 January 2015
Changes in Policy to Enter Fort Detrick and Forest Glen Annex

Beginning January 2015 entrance into Fort Detrick or Forest Glen Annex requires clearance.  Installation Access Badges are available to those who frequent the installation, pending an approved background check.  For more information call (301) 619-1191 or email usarmy.detrick.usag.mbx.des-vetting@mail.mil



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03 December 2014
Fort Detrick Weather Information
Where to find Fort Detrick's Current Operating Status:
 
Fort Detrick Webpage: www.detrick.army.mil
Weather Hotline: (301) 619-7611 or (800) 256-7621
AtHoc: Sign up to receive text alerts on your cell phone. For more information about how to sign up, please contact the U.S. Army Garrison Emergency Manager at (301) 619-3366
Social Media:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DetrickUSAG or www.facebook.com/ForestGlenAnnex
Twitter: @DetrickUSAG or @ForestGlenAnnex
TV/RADIO Stations:  Check your local stations for updates to the operating status of Fort Detrick.
Where to find Fort Detrick’s Current Operating Status:
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13 November 2014
NCI at Frederick Seeks Volunteers for Elementary Outreach Program

The National Cancer Institute at Frederick is looking for volunteers to participate in the Elementary Outreach Program, which takes interactive, scientific lessons to students in first through fifth grades in Frederick County.   Lessons have been created in coordination with Frederick County Public School's Eight Practices for K-12 Science Classrooms to make teaching easy for volunteers, fun for students and beneficial to teachers as supplemental material.  Volunteers can help with lessons such as crime scene investigation, making elephant toothpaste, mixing colors and creating GAK and worm goo. Step-by-step lesson plans and materials are provided to volunteers. Being an EOP volunteer takes very little time from the work day. Volunteers can participate in as little as two days over the course of the school year, with each day requiring as little as four hours. NCI at Frederick is expanding the program this year to include volunteers from the Fort Detrick community. This is a fantastic opportunity for Soldiers and Family members, retirees and civilians to get out of the office and back into the classroom. Soldiers can use this as an off-post volunteer activity that will help in the application for the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal. Volunteers go out to the schools in teams of four, so members of your unit can put together a team or team up with a group from NCI. Why not surprise your child by showing up in their class to help them learn more about how much fun science can be. Remember, you do not need to be a scientist to participate and everything is prepared and ready to go.Sign up today to tomorrow a happier, healthier outlook, for both you and the children in the community.

To register: http://ncifrederick.cancer.gov/Programs/General/EOP/Volunteer.aspx

This opportunity is also on the Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) under NCI at Frederick.

Questions: Contact Marsha Duncan at marsha.nelson-duncan@nih.gov or (301) 846-6829.

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Fort Detrick Child Care Openings
There are currently several spaces available at the Child Development Center & Family Child Care homes! Openings are for Pre-Toddler (18-24 months), Toddlers (2-3 yrs) and Pre-Schoolers (3-5 yrs).  For more information please contact Parent Central Services (301) 619-7100.  Although there are only a few spots open, you can always be placed on the waiting list.  
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23 October 2014
RelayHealth Messaging System Offered to Barquist Patients

Would you like to send a secure email to your doctor to ask a question instead of having to make an appointment?  Do you want reduced wait times and no phone tag?  Barquist Army Health Clinic has made it easier for patients to communicate with their doctors through the use of use of the secure RelayHealth messaging system. RelayHealth is a commercial, off-the-shelf software suite, available to all patients who are enrolled at Barquist for care.

For more information go to www.relayhealth.com or visit the front desk of Barquist Army Health clinic to sign-up.


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05 August 2014
Perimeter Jogging Trail Safety

A portion of the running/walking trail around Fort Detrick is CLOSED due to ongoing construction.  Consistent heavy machinery traffic and future construction efforts make portions unsafe. 

To ensure the safety of runners and walkers everyone is asked to avoid the closed portions. 

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