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Walter Reed Health Care System


Walter Reed Health Care System

For related medical institutions, see Walter Reed

The Walter Reed Health Care System (WRHCS) is the United States Army's comprehensive and integrated health care delivery system for the National Capital Region. It provides the full range of health care to members of the military and their families as well as members of the federal government. The WRHCS encompasses the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Seven Nation Army hospitals and health care clinics in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

Major facilities

Facility Location
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington, D.C.
Barquist Army Health Care Facility Fort Detrick, Maryland
Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center Fort George G. Meade, Maryland
Kirk Army Health Clinic Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
Dunham US Army Health Clinic Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania
DeWitt Army Community Hospital Fort Belvoir, Virginia
DiLorenzo Clinic The Pentagon
Rader Army Health Clinic Fort Myer, Virginia

WRHCS Commanders

See also

Walter Reed Health Care System

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