Army Wellness Center

Army Wellness Center

Physical Address

Army Wellness Center, Lewis Main, Joint Base Lewis McChord
Bldg 2022 (Jensen Family/Active Duty- Health Promotion & Fitness Center)
Liggett Avenue & Division
Joint Base Lewis-McChord (Main)
Tacoma, WA 98433-9500

Business Hours

Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Closed on Federal Holidays

Phone Numbers

Front Desk: (253) 966-3757


Take JBLM (Main) exit, stay on 41st Division Drive. Turn Right on Liggett Avenue. (Past Headquarters- by parade field) Building 2022


The Joint Base Lewis-McChord Army Wellness Center (AWC) augment the prevention and wellness capabilities of the Army Medical Home (AMH). The core services provided by the AWC engage patients through the use of technology, one-on-one education, and health coaching to improve wellbeing and readiness in the areas of physical fitness, nutrition, stress management, and tobacco use. The AWC activates the Performance Triad (Nutrition, Activity, and Sleep) and are a key weapon in the campaign to reduce rates of obesity and empower individuals to manage their health in the Life Space. AWC and AMH operations are synchronized to ensure that patient transitions are easy and seamless and that coordination of care between the AMH and the AWC is efficient and effective.

The Army Wellness Center improves:

  • Unit readiness by supporting physical fitness standards by targeting the physical fitness and performance of our Active Duty Service Members.
  • Assists our Active Duty members by training them to avoid overtraining and related injuries (utilizing the right amount of time exercising to yield optimal results).
  • Reduces lost and limited duty time due to injury.
  • Provides state of the art technology to assist clients in losing, maintaining our gaining weight.
  • Provides biofeedback to assist the clients to learn stress relief techniques and helps promote good sleep hygiene habits.

Primary Services

The Army Wellness Centers offer six core services:

  • Health assessment review: Provides a quick analysis of an individual's health status, risk for disease, and determines if an increase in physical activity is safe. (Risk stratification, Wellness Questionnaires, Biometric Screening).
  • Physical fitness: Using advanced technology to assess current physical fitness level to generate information that is used to customize an exercise program that meets an individual's needs and goals. (Sub-maximal V02 testing, exercise prescription).
  • Health nutrition: Healthy eating is enhanced with the use of metabolic testing that synchronizes an individual's resting metabolic rate to provide tailored strategies for weight loss, gain or maintenance. (Metabolic Testing, Healthy Nutrition Education, Weight Management).
  • Stress management: These services include biofeedback and education in stress relief techniques, positive coping skills, detecting cognitive distortions (e.g., false thoughts that are obstacles to self-motivation) and good sleep habits.
  • General wellness education: Topics presented in these classes include healthy lifestyles, good sleep habits, increased resiliency, preventing chronic disease through healthy living habits, and self-care. These education programs may also be provided for at other installation locations and events (e.g., on-post schools, health fairs, Child, Youth & School (CYS) programs, etc.).
  • Tobacco education: Tobacco education component includes an assessment of an individual's readiness to change, a discussion of possible options for becoming tobacco-free, and provision of the appropriate tobacco awareness/cessation education. If the client desires pharmacotherapy in conjunction with the tobacco cessation education, a referral would be provided to the Primary Care Manager (PCM) or another appropriately credentialed provider.

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