Health Services


The Defense Health Agency Low Country Market / MEDDAC Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield provides high quality health services in support of the Stewart-Hunter community to enable sustained Soldier readiness and conserve the fighting strength, maintain a ready medical force, and support our Families and Soldiers for life.

Our committed staff provides quality healthcare you can trust.

The Low Country Market is known as the premier patient centered, highly reliable, health readiness organization consisting of inspired Soldiers, Civilians, and leaders who are ready for any mission, any time, and are renowned for their unwavering character, competence, and commitment to our team---a team that takes care of one another, is strengthened by our Families, and is a superb partner with our community teammates.

Be a part of Army medicine, a globally recognized employer that offers competitive pay, an excellent benefits package, and advancement options—where you work matters!

We offer civilian positions that afford job security, a competitive salary, bonuses, moving expenses, full malpractice coverage, 13-26 days paid vacation, 10 days paid federal holidays, a sick leave benefit, CME opportunities, on post housing, a first-class health and retirement benefit.

Competitive positions are available at our Military Treatment Facilities on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield with positions servicing either at Winn Army Community Hospital, Tuttle Army Health Clinic, Hawks Military Treatment Facility, Marne Medic Treatment Facility or the Richmond Hill Medical Home.  The positions are posted to  

Individuals interested in careers advertised on as Direct Hire positions for those military treatment facilities, can contact the Winn Army Community Hospital Human Resource office by Clicking Here

Hospital Education

Newcomer Training

All new employees will participate in an onboarding briefing held by Winn ACH's Human Resources on the first Monday of the pay period.  Newcomers Orientation and Clinical Orientation are held the fourth Wednesday and first Thursday of the Month - respectively.  

The Human Resource Day will be from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with topics would include an initial training brief.  Day 2, the Newcomers Orientation, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., includes briefings from the hospital leadership and staff - orienting the new person to the various departments, basic policies and procedures.  Individuals should dress in casual business attire.  A lunch break is scheduled from 12 to 12:30 Monday through Friday.  Meals are available in the Winn Army Community Hospital Dining Facility.  Day 3, Clinical orientation is for clinical staff only (healthcare providers) scheduled 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Classroom A, at Winn ACH on the second floor.  The Clinical Orientation includes includes base line equipment training, policies and procedures. 

Phase II Training

Description: This two phased MOS producing course trains Soldiers in the skills and knowledge necessary to become a proficient in entry level services associated with their job description. The training is for in/outpatient care, emergent and minor acute treatments, and casualty care management. The individual will be trained to the licensing standards. 
Examiners. Additionally, the student receives specific training in military hospital setting including force medical protection, deployable medical systems and equipment and critical care.

Phase 2 affords the student the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to serve in a variety of community-based and acute care settings. This training includes: advanced anatomy and physiology; expanded use of principles in microbiology; integration of pharmacology and nutrition care; as well as pathophysiology of the body systems and its manifestations. Medication administration is an essential component throughout training. The process provides the framework for the acquisition of knowledge and application of skills.

Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing (USAGPAN), Phase II

The U.S. Army has prepared top quality Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) for greater than 50 years. Today, USAGPAN produces the majority of active duty Army CRNAs and provides specialized training in field anesthesia to ensure that our graduates are qualified to deploy in times of war, civil disorder, and natural disasters or for humanitarian missions. This 3 year course of graduate education includes 1 year of didactic preparation prior to a 2 year clinical residency at a selected Army Medical Center.
Successful completion of this program now culminates in a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Northeastern University School of Nursing and qualification to take the Certification Exam for Nurse Anesthetists.
USAGPAN is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA).

Volunteer with the American Red Cross

There are numerous volunteer activities both for those who want to provide a helping hand as well as those with special skills/professional licensure. Be a registered Red Cross volunteer. Visit to learn more. Volunteers need to be a registered Red Cross volunteer. For additional information and to become a volunteer, visit or contact the Fort Stewart ACS Volunteer Coordinator. 

Hospital WIFI Access: 

DHA Guest Wireless – New Services added: In order to enhance the Patient Experience at Winn Army Hospital,  DHA now allows use of additional applications on the Guest Wireless.  These applications on the DHA Guest Wireless are WhatsApp; Zoom; MS Teams; Skype; WebEX and WiFi Calling. Please continue to employ safe Cybersecurity practices on your personal digital devices connected to Public Networks. 

Contact Us

Health Benefits
(912) 435-6716

Hospital Education
(912) 435-5006
Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Beneficiary Counseling & Assistance
(912) 435-6716

Debt Collection Assistance Officer 
(912) 435-6716

Public Affairs
(912) 435-3641

Winn ACH Appointment Line
(912) 435-6633 (APPT)

Nurse Advice Line
1-800-TRICARE, option #1

Winn ACH Emergency Department
1061 Harmon Avenue
Fort Stewart, Ga 31314
(912)  435-5045
(912) 435-5220 
(912) 435-5260
24 HRS - 7 Days a Week

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