In addition to working with the Army's Deployed Warrior Medical Management Center to verify arrivals and departures in Germany, WWPMT members give an initial pay briefing to all ambulatory patients upon arrival, make the initial entries into the wounded-in-action (WIA) database, and initiate a relationship that will last as long as each Wounded Warrior requires DFAS support.
What does DWMMC stand for?
DWMMC stands for Deployed Warrior Medical Management Center (Landstuhl Regional Medical Center)
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AT Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, the staff of the Deployed Warrior Medical Management Center track the movement, condition and care of wounded and sick service members and civilians en route to LRMC from Iraq and Afghanistan.
This is DWMMC The Deployed Warrior Medical Management Center, DWMMC, in operation since March 2002, is specifically geared toward helping soldiers deployed in support of operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom who require medical care, whether they've been injured in combat or need routine attention.