Walter Reed (disambiguation)
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Walter Reed (1851–1902) was a U.S. Army physician celebrated for work establishing that yellow fever is spread by mosquitoes.
Walter Reed may also refer to:
- Walter Reed (actor) (1916–2001), American actor
- Walter Reed (cricketer) (1839–1880), English cricketer
- Walter Reed (Canadian politician) (1869–1945)
- Killah Priest (Walter Reed, born 1970), rapper
Military medical institutions
- Walter Reed General Hospital (WRGH) (1909–1951), Washington, DC, USA, a former U.S. Army general hospital
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) (1951–2011), Washington, DC, the U.S. Army's main hospital on the East Coast
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center neglect scandal, the 2007 scandal concerning substandard care of soldiers at WRAMC
- Walter Reed Health Care System (WRHCS), a complex of U.S. Army hospitals and clinics in the Washington, DC, region
- Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR), Silver Spring (Forest Glen), a research center and former tenant unit of the WRAMC installation
- Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC), a merged facility of WRAMC with the National Naval Medical Center which opened in Bethesda, MD
- Walt Reed, art historian and author
- Walter Reed Medal, a military decoration given to those who participated in the yellow fever investigation
- Walter Reed Middle School, a school in Studio City, California
- "Walter Reed", a song by Michael Penn on the album Mr. Hollywood Jr., 1947
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