Army MEDCOM establishes Housing Environmental Health Response Registry

By Public Affairs Staff    29 April 2019

Seeking transparency for Soldiers and families about Army Housing, Army Medical Command launched the Housing Environmental Health Response Registry, available by phone 24/7 -- 800.984.8523.

U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) established a Housing Environmental Health Response Registry to address Army Family concerns about housing and related health issues.

The Office of the Surgeon General of the Army is seeking to maximize knowledge of the registry. To bring attention to this initiative, Lt. Gen. Nadja Y. West, TSG, reached out by letter to residents Army-wide who have recently submitted a work order associated with a health or safety concern.

The registry is open to any service member who has lived in Army housing.

Information in the Registry will enable MEDCOM to provide registrants additional information on housing environmental health hazards, assist you in seeking medical care for any housing-related illnesses or concerns, and allow MEDCOM to share your concerns about housing environmental health hazards with Army leadership.

Contact Care Representatives of the Registry are available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to address questions or issues about your current or past Army housing residences.

Contact the Registry by phone number: 210.295.3700 or 800.984.8523 in the United States (and overseas, DSN 312.421.3700).

The Registry will remain open indefinitely.