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Welcome to the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital News Room, an extension of the hospital's Public Affairs Office. Using this website, we aim to provide our beneficiaries in the National Capital Region and members of the news media accurate and timely information about hospital programs and initiatives. We are also committed to educating and informing our public about Fort Belvoir Community Hospital and its healthcare services, technology, staff, training, research, accomplishments, and contributions. The Media Relations and Community Relations sections of Public Affairs are essential to this mission.

Media Relations

External communication is responsible directly to the Public Affairs Officer on all aspects of public information as applicable to civilian media coverage of incidents, accidents, events, and activities. External communication responds to all media queries regarding incidents, accidents, events, and activities of the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. The staff also serves as the releasing officer for all news releases, to include written and verbal releases to media. External communication includes news releases, news conferences, interviews, website content, social media sources, and other information vehicles intended to educate and inform the public.

During normal duty hours, media representatives can contact the staff at (571) 231-3213. For urgent media queries after normal duty hours, contact the main hospital number at (571) 231-3224 and ask to speak to the on-call Public Affairs representative. All media must have approval and an escort prior to entering Fort Belvoir or Fort Belvoir Community Hospital to cover an event. Media interested in covering an event or other media opportunities should contact Media Relations at (571) 231-3213.

Community Relations

Community relations is responsible for all aspects of the command’s interaction with the surrounding or nearby communities. The community relations program includes developing understanding and support of the missions and functions at the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. It also includes designing, fostering, and sustaining partnerships to improve the quality-of-life for service members, their families, and the surrounding community. To contact community relations please call (571) 231-3213.

 

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Article 5/16/2019 A change of address may mean new TRICARE health options

People packing boxes as though they are moving.
Moving may change the TRICARE health care options available to you and your family. A change of address, such as moving to a new country, city, region, or ZIP+4 code is a TRICARE Qualifying Life Event (QLE). This QLE means you have 90 days from the date of your address change to enroll in or change your TRICARE Prime or TRICARE Select health plan based on your eligibility or plan availability in the new location. (U.S. Navy photo)

Photo 5/16/2019 A change of address may mean new TRICARE health options

People packing boxes as though they are moving.
Moving may change the TRICARE health care options available to you and your family. A change of address, such as moving to a new country, city, region, or ZIP+4 code is a TRICARE Qualifying Life Event (QLE).

Infographic 6/6/2019 Accute Chronic Pain

This infographic describes ways to retrain the brain's reaction to pain.
This infographic describes ways to retrain the brain's reaction to pain.

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Photo 7/24/2019 Jet Airliner

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Jet airliner flying toward the camera with clouds in the background.

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Photo 8/5/2019 Tick

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Article 7/11/2019 Traveling Overseas? Know How to Get Care With TRICARE

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If you’re planning to travel overseas this summer, your TRICARE coverage goes with you. However, the rules vary based on your sponsor status, your location, and your health plan. Familiarize yourself with your plan’s rules and these tips so you know what to do if you have health issues while traveling overseas.

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Last Updated 9/26/2019