Health Services


Fort Lee Veterinary Treatment Facility

The Fort Lee Veterinary Treatment Facility is proud to provide veterinary services for our active duty, retired personnel, dependents, Reservists and National Guard, former spouse, surviving spouse, and eligible child of all Armed Forces Branches.

Patient Administration

The Patient Administrative Division (PAD) is committed to supporting the needs of Kenner Army Health Clinic's beneficiaries.  PAD provides a wide range of administrative functions for Kenner Army Health Clinic.  Our services include outpatient medical records, coding, release of information, patient affairs and medical evaluation boards.  PAD is responsible for maintaining your inpatient medical records according to Department of Defense and federal regulations and will provide you with copies of your medical documentation upon request.

Army Wellness Center

The Army Wellness Center program helps build and sustain good health. It empowers clients to set their own health goals and achieve them, addressing lifestyle change in areas that affect both short and long-term health. The Army Wellness Center offers six core programs: Health Assessment Review, Physical Fitness, Healthy Nutrition, Stress Management, General Wellness Education and Tobacco Education.

The Fort Lee Army Wellness Center provides services to active-duty military members and their families (aged 18 and older), retirees and their spouses, DoD civilian employees and Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers.

Exceptional Family Member Program

he Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program that works with other military and civilian agencies to provide comprehensive and coordinated community support, housing, educational, medical, and personnel services to Families with special needs. Soldiers on active duty enroll in the program when they have a Family member with a physical, emotional, developmental, or intellectual disorder requiring specialized services so their needs can be considered in the military personnel assignment process.

Family members must be screened and enrolled, if eligible, when the Soldier is on assignment instructions to an OCONUS area for which command sponsorship/Family member travel is authorized, and the Soldier elects to serve the accompanied tour. This screening consists of medical records review for all Family members, and developmental screening for all children 72 months of age and younger.

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Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.