As a care provider at WRAMC, I'm pretty pissed about how the media is portraying things. It's makes me realize that you honestly cannot believe anything you read in the MSM these days. I agree that some of the dilapidated housing was a major issue, and it's great that got resolved. I'm not surprised it blew up in our face. The medical evaluation board system (all admin, no healthcare) is also a major issue that needs to be resolved. It's too lenghty and a lot of soldiers who don't hire lawyers get screwed. Absolutely unacceptable. That said, the media is making the extrapolation that the healthcare is also poor at WR. I will say that I've never seen an OIF soldier not get prompt surgery (including elective plastic procedures) unless there are very good reasons (eg not showing up for pre op appt's repeatedly). I've seen no good evidence presented by the media that in anyway makes WR's healthcare out to be worse than an standard civilian hospital. Yet every news article lately has been condemning the healthcare w/o any real evidence to back it up. It's absolutely ridiculous.