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Population/Major Units Assigned
Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C.

President George W. Bush (R) speaks with Sgt. David Gardener (2nd R) during a tour of the occupational therapy unit at Walter Reed Army Medical Center

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Walter Reed Health Care System (WRHCS) serves a population of 150,000 beneficiaries living in the D.C. area. There are over 750,000 outpatient served annually. The current workforce consists of close to 3400 Military, 3000 DoD Civilians, and 2500 contractors. These numbers do not include the many outpatients living on post or those who come from off post for clinic outpatient visits.

The major unit serving at WRHCS is US Army MEDCOM.

Current statistics for WRAMC are as follows:

Population (military)assigned-served: 3,262
Active Duty Officer: 1,201
Active Duty Enlisted: 972
Student Company: 217
Reserves.(IMAs and 2290th):761
Other military: 107
Active Duty Warrant Officers: 04
Military Employees,(approx): 2,390 (approx)
Family Members(approx): 5,500 (approx)
Retirees(approx): 13,010
Civilian Employees,GS: 2,518(NAF/FT: 160)
Reserve Component Officers: 256
Reserve Component Enlisted: 504
Reserve Warrant Officers: 01

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