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Defense Health Networks

Military hospitals and clinics are organized into one of nine Defense Health Networks enabling the Defense Health Agency to deliver high-quality health care for those we are privileged to serve. A Defense Health Network is a group of military medical and dental facilities that operates as a coordinated system and improves the delivery and continuity of your health services.  

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Oct 12, 2023

DHA Launches 9 Defense Health Networks to Improve Health Care Delivery to Joint Force

DHA Launches 9 Defense Health Networks to Improve Health Care Delivery to Joint Force

“The Military Health System is changing … changing how we organize to counter threats that surround us, how we deliver care on the battlefield or at home, and how we leverage the tools and technologies of this digital age to better service our patients,” said Defense Health Agency Director U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Telita Crosland in a recent message to ...

Policy
Feb 24, 2022

Memorandum: #OSD 001285-22, Continuing Implementation for Reform of the Military Health System

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This memorandum directs the continued implementation of the Military Health System organizational reform required by law, extending the authority, direction and control of all military hospitals and clinics not currently under Defense Health Agency authority to the DHA, to include military hospitals and clinics in overseas areas.

  • Identification #: OSD 001285-22
  • Type: Memorandum
Last Updated: October 17, 2023
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