PENTAGON MEDICAL FACILITIES AND SUPPORT SERVICES

 

Medical care and emergency dental care at the DiLorenzo TRICARE Health Clinic (DTHC), the Pentagon Flight Clinic, or any other military treatment facility is available to a small number of Presidential appointees granted Secretarial Designee status by the Secretary of Defense. Designees must present a signed letter bearing the letterhead of the designated service as proof of eligibility and authorization for treatment. SES and Schedule C appointees are not eligible unless they are retired military or dependents of military personnel.


  • Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Defense

  • Secretaries of Military Departments

  • Under Secretaries of Defense

  • Deputy Chief Management Officer

  • General Counsel of the Department of Defense

  • Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation

  • Inspector General of the Department of Defense

  • Director of Operational Test and Evaluation

  • Under Secretaries of the Military Departments

  • Principal Deputy Under Secretaries of Defense

  • Assistant Secretaries of Defense

  • Assistant Secretaries of the Military Departments

  • Judges of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

  • Director of the National Security Agency

  • Director of the National Reconnaissance Office

  • General Counsels of the Military Departments

  • Inspector General of the National Security Agency

  • Inspector General of the National Reconnaissance Office

Administrative Officers may contact the clinics for a complete list of eligible officials.

In an emergency at any time, dial 911. If calls are made from within the Pentagon, the Pentagon Operations Center will route emergency calls to the nearest emergency hospital.


National Capital Area Military Treatment Facility Emergency Rooms

Eligible PAS officials, retired military, or dependents of military personnel can obtain emergency services for the following National Capital Area Medical Treatment Facility:


  • Andrews Air Force Base (MD): ........................................................ 240-857-2333/2158   

  • Fort Belvoir (VA): ..............................................................................703-805-0414/0562

  • Walter Reed National Military Center (MD):......................................301-295-4810


Civilian Care at DiLorenzo

The Civilian Employee Health Service (CEHS) provides occupational health support and limited health services to the Government civilian workforce at the Pentagon, WHS occupied buildings, and other contracted organizations. Services include on-the-job injury initial care, emergency/ urgent care, annual immunizations, and blood pressure monitoring. In addition, CEHS proactively educates the civilian workforce in order to minimize costs to the Government of job related injuries, illnesses, and personal medical conditions. CEHS is knowledgeable about federal occupational health laws and regulations.


The DTHC is located in Corridor 8, Room MG 914/918 (just outside the North Parking lot entrance to the building). Hours of operation are from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday; closed Federal holidays and every 4th Thursday. 

For more detailed information on Pentagon medical services and programs–to include services for people with disabilities, nursing mothers, and wellness, please see Welcome to the Pentagon, or individuals holding a valid DoD Common Access Card can obtain points of contact and website information at
https://my.whs.mil/services/dod-2017-presidential-transition-publications.





Contact Information:
Telephone: 703-692-5121
E-mail: WHS.2017Transition@mail.mil

 

 

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