The Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) Residency Program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) is the sole Military training program for the specialty. The residency program is predominantly Army, but accept all military applicants with approval for training coming from the respective branch. The program also sponsors rotations for interns and medical students interested in the practice of PM&R.


The NCC PM&R Residency Program strives to provide training along a broad scope, ultimately producing military leaders in the field of rehabilitative medicine. Through partnerships with National Rehabilitation/ Georgetown, Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, INOVA Mt. Vernon in Fairfax, Children’s Hospital in D.C. and several other sites our residents receive training in a broad range of settings and patient populations. The recent creation of a PM&R Department at USUHS along with our collaboration with the University of Pittsburg allows for ongoing support of resident and staff research interest.

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Program Director:
LTC Matthew Miller, MD

Assistant Program Director:
MAJ Edward Dolomisiewicz, (MD)

Program Coordinator
Ms. Patricia Bass

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