Health & Medical Services
Medical Services - Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center
706-787-5811, DSN 773-5811, Building 300
Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center’s mission is to provide and promote readiness, health and training. It is the regional referral center for military treatment facilities within the Southeast Regional Medical Command, specializing in cardiology, cardio thoracic, wound care hyperbaric medicine, sleep studies and a wide variety of other sub-specialties. Eisenhower also has the only military Substance Abuse Program in the continental United States. The daily average workload includes 2,075 outpatient visits, 53 inpatients, 18 inpatient surgeries, 3,100 prescriptions filed, and 17 admissions. The Fort Gordon/Augusta community consists of 53,220 beneficiaries enrolled for care at the medical center. This includes active military and their family members, and retirees and their family members.
Patient Advocate Office - Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center
(706) 787-4656/7820, Building 300, Main Lobby
The Patient Advocate Office is available to serve all patients and their family members who are unable to resolve their medical concerns with their healthcare provider or the healthcare management team. DDEAMC’s goal is to meet or exceed our patient’s expectations whenever possible.
School House – Graduate and Professional Medical Education
Eisenhower is also an academic medical center for teaching excellence where physicians, dentists, clinical psychologists, clinical pastors, physician assistants, nurses, technicians and healthcare administrators receive training in their selected specialty. In fact, many local community providers have either served at the center or rotated through Eisenhower’s doors.
The Department of Clinical Investigation is composed of about 20 dynamic personnel that support, conduct and provide regulatory oversight for all clinical and laboratory based research at Eisenhower Army Medical Center, as well as projects being conducted at other centers throughout the Southeast Regional Medical Command (SERMC).
Health and Wellness Center
(706) 787-6756, DSN 773-6756 Building 29605
The central resource for health promotion activities. The center offers education classes, health information, community health awareness, individual and group counseling, preventive health screenings, tobacco cessation program, stress management and other health promotion activities and education classes.
SRMC - Southern Regional Medical Command - Readiness Division
(706) 787-0301/2462, DSN 773-0301/2462
Located at Fort Gordon, GA, the Southern Regional Medical Command - Readiness Division's mission is to coordinate, synchronize, and standardize health service support for the ARFORGEN process; to provide staff assistance for deployable and/or mobilized units/personnel within the region; to monitor health readiness and MEDLOG status of deploying and mobilizing units/personnel; and to monitor medical training readiness of deploying and mobilizing units/personnel.
(706) 787-7100, DSN 773-7100, Building 280
The Zachary and Elizabeth M. Fisher House serves as a home away from home for military families of patients who are currently admitted as inpatients at Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center or local medical facilities and the family member(s) are physically in the area.
Advanced Medical Test Support Center
The Advanced Medical Test Support Center is a remote office for the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center, a subordinate activity of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command. The Advanced Medical Test Support Center will assist in research, development, test and evaluation oversight and management of Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center projects in clinical telemedicine, distance learning, medical information management/information technology and other prototypes, as required.
Eisenhower Army Medical Center- Kendrick Memorial Blood Center
(706) 787-1014, DSN 773-1014, Building 25712
Fort Gordon is home to one of the Department of Defense’s highest collecting blood donor centers. Kendrick is part of the Armed Services Blood Program, which consists of 22 donor centers that provide blood worldwide to service members and their families.
(706) 787-5738/6105, DSN 773-5738, Building 38717
Fort Gordon is the location of the headquarters for the Southeast Regional Dental Command and U.S. Army Dental Activity, Fort Gordon. Both activities are located in Building 38717 on 38th Street and Academic Avenue.
U.S. Army Dental Laboratory
(706) 787-5200, DSN 773-5200, Building 322
The U.S. Army Dental Laboratory was established at Fort Gordon on April 20, 1979. The dental lab, located near Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Building 322, is the only large production dental laboratory in the Army.
Southeast Regional Veterinary Command
(706) 787-7841, DSN 773-7841, Building 38801-C
Fort Gordon is the location of the Headquarters, Southeast Regional Veterinary Command, Building 38801-C and the Veterinary Treatment Facility, Building 500. The Southeast Regional Veterinary Command provides operational guidance for three district veterinary commands at Fort Stewart, Ga., Fort Rucker, Ala,. and Fort Campbell, Ky.
Veterinary Treatment Facility
(706) 787-7375/3815, DSN 773-7375 Building 500
Register pets with the Fort Gordon Veterinary Clinic by personally bringing a copy of the pet’s vaccination history to Building S-500, North Range Road. According to Fort Gordon Regulation 40-6, animal care and control, this must be done within 10 days of signing for government housing or obtaining the pet. Microchipping and current vaccinations are also mandatory for pets residing on post. Make sure to ask housing about their requirements. All dogs, cats and horses that are three months of age or older must be registered.