Patient Resources

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Resources for patients such as forms, FAQs, policies, publications, reports, and videos. 

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Form 6/6/2019 Active Duty Dental Claim Form (531KB .PDF)

United Concordia's network dentists will file a claim on your behalf. If you are approved to utilize a non-network dentist, you may be required to submit your own claim form. United Concordia's network dentists will file a claim on your behalf.


Publication 4/1/2019 Costs and Fees Sheet 2019 (635KB .PDF)

A four-page sheet that lists most 2019 costs and fees associated with TRICARE program options, including TRICARE Prime, TRICARE Select, premium-based health care options (TRICARE Reserve Select, TRICARE Retired Reserve, TRICARE Young Adult, and the Continued Health Care Benefit Program), the TRICARE Pharmacy Program, and the TRICARE Dental Program.


FAQs Health Education Portal

Darnall Medical Library's Patient Health Education Portal provides you with links to authoritative health information on the Internet.


FAQs Inclement Weather

Know what to do when bad weather affects Walter Reed Bethesda's operating hours (i.e., delays and closures).

Policy 3/19/2020 Inpatient Visitation Policy
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To protect the health of our patients, staff and visitors, as we combat COVID-19, our Visitation Policy has changed effective March 18, 2020. Thank you for helping us protect the health of our community who we are honored to serve.


FAQs Military Hospital and Clinic Transition to DHA

This section attempts to answer questions about how the transition of Military Hospitals and Clinics to the Defense Health Agency will affect persons at those facilities, patients, and beneficiaries.


FAQs Patient Rights and Responsibilities

WRNMMC respects, protects and promotes patient rights, and is deeply committed to providing equitable, compassionate and high quality care to all patients. We do not discriminate based on race, national origin, color, religion, age, rank, disability, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity.

Policy 6/6/2019 Personal Protective Equipment Policy Guidance (4MB .PDF)

This memorandum provides policy guidance to Department ofDefense (DoD) healthcare personnel (HCP) concerning how to more efficiently organize and stockpile personal protective equipment (PPE), and select protective clothing and equipment in response to infectious disease environments for direct patient care, contact with blood or body fluids, prolonged close interaction (less than three feet), and contact with deceased individuals.
  • Policy Type: DoD


Last Updated 12/19/2019