The Warrior Family Coordination Cell (WFCC) serves as the central coordination point between military branches and commands for all non-medical support with Wounded, Ill and Injured (WII) members.
WII support is the collaboration of all logistics and resource components on the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC), Bethesda campus that provide continuous non-medical support to the WII service members and their families.
The Operations Section provides Event and Donation coordination for the WII and their families. Their mission is to provide the WII and their families at WRNMMC opportunities to enjoy wholesome activities on and off the campus, which are crucial in the service member’s reintegration back into society after very serious injury or illness. In keeping with this mission, Events/Donations staff coordinates with benevolent organizations and individuals within the global community who supply goods and services to our recovering WII population and their families.
“Events” include: White House, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Office of the Secretary of the Navy, Army and Air Force, Capitol Hill special invitational events as well as all other types of offerings. This office coordinates with over 550 benevolent organizations and coordinates 90-100 events per month. Since Sept 16th 2011, we have coordinated and executed 4700+ events. This far exceeds the number of events handled by Walter Reed Georgia Ave and Naval Medical Center Portsmouth combined, and is four times the number of events that the National Naval Medical Center was accustomed to prior to Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC).
Since Sept 16th 2011, this section has effectively managed over $500K in proffered goods from benevolent organizations and individuals within the global community.
Gift Procedures Gifts to individuals are prohibited unless an exception applies, such as:
Sabrina Clark, Director, VA Voluntary Service(202) 461-7300; firstname.lastname@example.org
Larry Long, Director, Recreation Therapy
Jose Llamas, Community & Public Affairs, National Veterans Sports Programs & Special Events
Kathleen Sullivan, Director, Office of Outreach Collaboration
POC: Mr. WertinPhone: 301-400-0458Email: email@example.com
Effective 1 OCT 2014 the WRNMMC, USUHS, and AFRRI staff ID credentials will no longer be accepted as access control credentials at NSAB's Entry Control Points (ECP).