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Lawyers for Medical Malpractice at Army Hospitals (Worldwide)

Can I sue the Army for medical malpractice?

YES – whether the person who was physically injured by the Army doctor, midwife or nurse was active duty, a military dependent, or retired military at the time of the Army malpractice you can file a claim to get compensation for your injuries.  

Does medical malpractice happen at Army hospitals?

YES- a comprehensive study published in the New York Times, of military hospitals in the United States and overseas that provide inpatient services, showed that many compare poorly to leading civilian hospitals on measures of safety in maternity care. Those Army hospitals  with high rates of birth injuries included: 

Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington; Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda, Maryland; Tripler Army Medical Center Honolulu, Hawaii; Womack Army Medical Center; Ft. Bragg, North Carolina; Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center Ft. Hood, Texas; Martin Army Community Hospital Fort Benning, Georgia; Fort Belvoir Community Hospital Ft. Belvoir, Virginia; Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Landstuhl, Germany; Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort, Riley, Kansas; Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital Fort Polk, Louisiana; and Bassett Army Community Hospital Fort Wainwright, Alaska.

Another study showed that the Army’s largest hospitals performed worse that established benchmarks for things such as infections and improperly done procedures.  Army hospitals found to have high rates of surgical complications included:

Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington; Womack Army Medical Center Ft. Bragg, North Carolina; Fort Belvoir Community Hospital Ft. Belvoir, Virginia; and Evans Army Community Hospital, Ft. Carson, Colorado.

How do I sue the Army for medical malpractice?

The rules are different when suing the Army for malpractice than if you were suing a civilian doctor.  For example, you must first file an administrative claim (an SF95), the time limits are different, especially for children and where you must file the case is different.  Therefore it is important to consult a lawyer who has experience suing the Army for malpractice to make sure your rights are protected.

Our law firm handles Army birth injury cases, Army wrongful death cases, and all other types of Army medical malpractice cases occurring in these high risk Army hospitals as well as all other Army hospitals and clinics worldwide, including all those listed below.  You may contact us by phone toll free at 1-877-695-8757 (24/7) or by e-mail at LawHelp@MilitaryMedicalMalpractice.com or by filling out the form on the right side of this page.  We offer free, confidential consultations and there is no fee unless we get a recovery for you.


Fox Army Health Center at Redstone Arsenal


Bassett Army Community Hospital


Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center


Army Community Hospital Weed-Irwin


Evans Army Community Hospital


Walter Reed National Military Medical Center


Eisenhower Army Medical Center

Martin Army Community Hospital

Winn Army Community Hospital


Tripler Army Medical Center


Irwin Army Community Hospital

Army Health Clinic Munson-Leavenworth


Blanchfield Army Community Hospital

Ireland Army Health Clinic


Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital


Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center


General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital


Keller Army Community Hospital


Womack Army Medical Center


Reynolds Army Health Clinic


Moncrief Army Health Clinic


Carl C. Darnall Army Medical Center

Brooke Army Medical Center

William Beaumont Army Medical Center


McDonald Army Health Center

Kenner Army Health Clinic

Fort Belvoir Community Hospital


Madigan Army Medical Center


Rodriguez Army Health Clinic


Landstuhl Regional Medical Center


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