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 Welcome to the Walter Reed Society

Founded in 1996 to benefit Walter Reed Army Medical Center and its educational, patient, treatment, and research activities, the Walter Reed Society now serves the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) at Bethesda. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization registered in the District of Columbia (EIN 52-1961196), the Society invites all friends of WRNMMC to join and help support the patients, family members, and staff at this institution in the spirit of Walter Reed, the man and his legacy of medical excellence and service to our Nation’s Finest.

In 2020 the Society's Board of Directors voted to expand its mission to include other military medical facilities in the National Capitol Region while retaining its primary focus on WRNMMC at Bethesda. Learn more »

Notice: A friend and founding member of the Board of Directors of the Walter Reed Society has passed away. Learn more »

Please note. The Walter Reed Society has a new email address beginning in early May 2021: To allow for the transition, our "old" email address will still work for the time being.

Note: Although the Walter Reed Society's mailing location remains unchanged, we would like to announce some modifications to our address for the sake of clarity:

Walter Reed Society, Inc.

8901 Rockville Pike, Box 303

Bethesda, Maryland 20889

The Walter Reed Society is supporting Scholarships in Health Information Management thru the AHIMA Foundation. Learn more »

The Walter Reed Foundation is participating in a project titled, MISSION M4.
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The Walter Reed Society: CFC# 38118

The Walter Reed Society is a non-federal entity. It is not part of the Department of Defense or any of its components and has no governmental status. Its unpaid board of directors are mostly retirees with a previous affiliation and strong regard for the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, its patients, and its staff.