Graduate Medical Education
Welcome to GME at WAMC
To deliver quality medical training with a holistic approach to understanding the healthcare system and teams, to advance the level of curiosity as it relates to evidence based medicine, to provide distinct military experiences in both the clinical and operational theaters while maintaining the highest principles of patient care and safety.
The Graduate Medical Education Office
Located on the Ground floor, Medical Library
Hours: 0700-1600 Monday thru Friday
In-Processing Time: 0700 - 1130 Monday thru Thursday
GME Administrator - (910) 907-7698
GME Office - (910) 907-8625
Fort Bragg Post Access:
Student will go to the Visitors Center located at the All American Express Way.
They will inform the guard that they are performing a clinical rotation at Womack Army Medical Center. If the background check is approved, student will be issued a 90 day pass
Non-US Citizen Civilian Students and Volunteers
Effective immediately due to security concerns, any/all non-US citizens should not work/or be permitted to work or have access to any areas where sensitive/FOUO information is accessible via hardcopy or government information systems. Per MEDCOM, there are no exceptions to this policy in regards to civilian students and volunteers.
FOUO information is material that is exempted from public domain. Examples include, but are not limited to:
*personnel and medical files (PII/PHI - hardcopy or computer systems)
*trade secrets or DoD financial records
*law enforcement records
*geological and geophysical data (maps, wells, etc ..)
*decision-making process of an agency (recommendations, subjective evaluation ...)
*internal personnel rules and practices (manuals, IG reports, directives, personnel and administrative matters, computer software ..)
Non-US citizens (foreign nationals/visitors) are those citizens who are "green card"/permanent resident card holders, work/student visa holders, or any individual that does not have legal documentation as to their U.S. citizenship status.
As specified in AR 380-67, a U.S. citizen is:
a. Native born. A person born in one of the 50 United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands; U.S. Virgin Islands; or Panama Canal Zone (if the father or mother (or both) was or is a citizen of the United States.
b. Naturalized. A person born outside of the United States who has completed naturalization procedures and has been given U.S. citizenship by duly constituted authority.
c. Derivative birth. A person born outside the United States who acquires U.S. citizenship at birth because one or both of his or her parents are U.S. citizens at the time of the person's birth.
d. Derivative naturalization. A person who acquires U.S. citizenship after birth through naturalization of one or both parents.
Citizenship is verified on all individuals. Individuals will have to bring verification of citizenship with the following acceptable forms of documentation:
1. Original or certified copy of their birth certificate.
2. Original FS 240, FS 545 or DS 1350. These are forms issued by the State Department/Reports of Birth Abroad.
3. Original Certificate of Naturalization/Citizenship issued by the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service).
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