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National Capital Region (J11)

The Defense Health Agency’s (DHA) National Capital Region (NCR) Medical Directorate exercises authority, direction, and control over:

The NCR Medical Directorate also exercises enhanced Multi-Service Market (eMSM) authorities over these DHA facilities and Naval Health Clinic Quantico and its subordinate Washington Navy Yard Branch Health Clinic; Naval Health Clinic Annapolis, Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center and its subordinate Andrew Rader Army Health Clinic and Fort McNair Army Health Clinic; and Malcolm Grow Medical Clinic and Surgery Center (779th Medical Group), and its subordinate Pentagon Flight Clinic; and Bolling Clinic (579th Medical Group).

National Capital Region Functions

  • Create value through excellence in healthcare services that are responsive to the needs and convenience of all patients and their families.
  • Expand Wounded Warrior care best practices to all beneficiary populations through comprehensive, multidisciplinary family-centered health services that are respectful of their choices.
  • Enhance patient safety and quality management.
  • Provide patient with access to care anywhere in the market, regardless of enrollment site.
  • Ensure the effective and efficient delivery of world-class military healthcare within the NCR using all available military health care resources;
  • Oversee, manage, and direct all health care delivery by military medical units within the NCR; oversee, manage, and distribute resources to military health care assets within the NCR;
  • Establish an Integrated Delivery System to provide patient-centric, integrated care with patient and family involvement;
  • Develop and maintain interagency and private partnerships;
  • Continue to focus on health education, training and research;
  • Ensure medical readiness and operational support;

DHA Address: 7700 Arlington Boulevard | Suite 5101 | Falls Church, VA | 22042-5101

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