- Where is my relative, friend who works for the Army Medical Department, former doctor, high school classmate, etc.?
If you are an Army family member with an emergency requirement to reach a soldier-relative, contact your local chapter of the American Red Cross for assistance. We are prohibited by law and/or regulation from providing addresses, phone numbers or e-mail addresses for active-duty, Reserve or National Guard medical command personnel, retirees who served with the Army Medical Department, or for other personnel or retirees.
You may be able to locate individuals through the Switchboard
or Yahoo People Search,
which are free Internet locator services.
- How can I find out about opportunities in the Army for qualified healthcare
professionals (doctors, nurses, technicians, etc.)?
Access information about joining the Army Healthcare Team at U.S. Army Recruiting Command. Information on each Army corps (Dental, Medical,
Medical Service, Medical Specialist, Nurse and Veterinary) and points of contact
are given there.
- What are the addresses of Army medical treatment facilities? How can I reach
them by phone?
Check the Army Medical Commands Web site, which
provides information for many regional Medical
Facilities. If an address and phone number are not available for the specific
facility you need, contact the appropriate Regional Medical Command for help.
- What information can you provide on DOD's program to immunize military personnel against smallpox?
Information is available at the DOD Smallpox Vaccination Program.
- What information can you provide on DODs program to immunize military
personnel against anthrax?
Information is available at the DOD Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program.
- How can I locate my Medical Records?
Requests for medical records of care in a U.S. Army medical treatment facility vary according to your circumstances. Refer to the National Personnel Records Center.
- How can I get a copy of my Birth Certificate?
Birth certificates are not part of the medical record.
— If you were born in the United States, your state of birth maintains these records. Check the Web site of that state or the state government pages of a local phone book for information on vital statistics.
— If you were born overseas in a military facility to at least one parent with U.S. citizenship, the U.S. Department of State should have a record of your birth. Visit the State Department for full information on how to make your request, what information to include and payment of associated fees.
- How can I help?
The new "Gifts to Army" Web site is not intended to solicit contributions but to provide the American public with information on methods by which citizens, organizations, and corporations can contribute cash or goods and services to benefit Soldiers and their Families. This Web site will provide the public an online resource to answer the question: "How can I help?". Gifts to Army Web Site: An Online Resource.
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