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D.C. developers are wasting no time in drawing up plans in anticipation of Walter Reed's closure, including retail space and residences, and potentially new charter schools and a health clinic.
In September 2011, a new, 354-bed Walter Reed National Medical Center is expected to open its doors on the grounds of the current Bethesda Naval Medical Center in Maryland. The current Walter Reed in Northwest DC will close its doors forever. It's all part of the Pentagon's Base Realignment and Closure process, BRAC. Yesterday, the House Armed Services Committee found that the road to the new Walter Reed is currently paved with a lot of uncertainty.
The health care of wounded warriors, military members and their families in the area is about to change forever, and the change is historic. And, after 102 years, Walter Reed Medical Center will close.
Traffic in the Route 355 corridor around NIH is only expected to get worse after the transition of employees from Walter Reed to the National Naval Medical Center.
Sharing knowledge is key and both parties are learning a lot from each other's knowledge and experience.
Could the DoD budget cuts actually result in...growth?
About 30 wounded Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who are being treated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center were given a heroes' welcome -- as well as an afternoon of food and camaraderie -- Saturday at Fort Detrick.
ABC 7 Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill says the pollen count in recent days has been sky high.
An amputee who started using Nintendo's Wii Fit for therapy is now giving the game away to others who have lost limbs.