Javier Villanueva Troop Medical Clinic
The JVTMC is modeled after the DoD Health Affairs standard of a Soldier Centered Medical Home with the goal of providing support to all 11th ACR Soldiers with acute, well-patient, and follow-up appointments each day.
- The facility is a scheduled appointment clinic. Walking in requesting to see a provider is not recommended.
- Hours vary to provide maximum coverage for patients. Please check hours (left) prior to visiting the clinic.
Medication Refills and Other Inquiries
Soldiers can request a medication refill by calling in or coming into the clinic after 09:00 a.m. as long as the medication is not a controlled substance, narcotic, or behavior health medication. Telephone consults (t-cons) will be put through by the front desk for medication refills and are also available as additional route for ordering/obtaining lab/radiology tests and results and other services. When requesting a medication, the Soldier must know the name of the medication and the dosage. All controlled substances, narcotics, and behavior health medications will be refilled by appointment only.
Standard immunizations and HIV blood draws are completed daily as walk-ins between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
The clinic is closed from noon to 1:00 p.m. for lunch everyday but in order to provide the most coverage possible there will always be someone to answer the phone at the front desk until 1600.
The Javier Villanueva Troop Medical Clinic is named after Specialist Javier A. Villanueva of Temple, Texas. Villanueva joined the Army Sept. 16, 2003, and served as a medical specialist stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, at Fort. Sam Houston in San Antonio Texas and at Fort Irwin in California. Specialist Villanueva was assigned to 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Irwin, when he died on Nov. 24, 2005 in Asad, Iraq, of injuries sustained the previous day, Nov. 23, when he was killed in action by an improvised explosive device detonated near his dismounted patrol during combat operations in Hit, Iraq.