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Defense Health Network East

Exceptional care for service members, retirees, and families: your health, our priority. Anytime, Anywhere – Always.

About Us

Defense Health Network East is the headquarters for 38 military treatment facilities – 11 direct reporting MTFs and 27 subordinate clinics – and oversees a $1.6 billion Defense Health Program budget. The DHN East enterprise employs approximately 9,600 federal civilians, 3,000 military members, and 1,000 federal contractors. It supports approximately 380,000 enrolled beneficiaries.

The one-star command is co-located with U.S. Army Medical Readiness Command, East at Fort Belvoir, Virginia to support the integration of functions across both enterprises. U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Lance Raney currently serves as the Commanding General, Medical Readiness Command, East, and Director, Defense Health Network East.


Our Military Hospitals and Clinics

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital


Eisenhower Army Medical Center


Fox Army Health Center


Guthrie Ambulatory Care Center


Ireland Army Health Clinic


Keller Army Community Hospital


Lyster Army Health Clinic


Martin Army Community Hospital


Moncrief Army Health Clinic


Winn Army Community Hospital


Womack Army Medical Center

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