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Now is the time to review your and your family member's current health plans, consider your needs for 2024, and learn about your coverage choices. TRICARE Open Season begins Monday, Nov. 13 and ends Tuesday, Dec. 12. Enrollment changes made during TRICARE Open Season will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2024.
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center's primary mission is to support Active Duty Service Members by providing them high-quality, compassionate and safe patient care. If the commander authorizes, care will be available to non-TRICARE beneficiaries on a space-available basis. Landstuhl Regional Medical Center provides various resources for space-available care to Retirees, DOD Civilians, DODEA staff, DOD Contractors, and their family members. *Please note: These are space-available resources which may not always be available to all patients, depending on staffing and current operations.
U.S. Army Col. Theodore Brown, Commander of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, welcomes you to Team LRMC.
Tiffany Wood, a registered nurse at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center’s Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU), prepares a patient for a surgical procedure at LRMC, April 23. Patients, staff and leaders may now nominate their favorite credentialed nurse member for Daisy Awards to recognize their commitment to selfless service and patient care.

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