FORT LEE, Va. (Sept. 25, 2014) -- Kenner Army Health Clinic will participate in the 2014 Fort Lee Retiree Appreciation Day activities set for Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., at the Soldier Support Center, 1401 B Avenue.

Col. Thomas S. Bundt, KAHC commander, will be a guest speaker. As a health care administrator and a senior leader in the Army Medical Department, Bundt understands the issues surrounding the complexities of health care and the potential impact of changes to the delivery of care within the Fort Lee community. He continues to support programs that promote the readiness of the force and ensures the welfare of all Soldiers (active, reserve and retired) and their families.

Kenner also will conduct a benefits fair consisting of display tables manned by clinic representatives. This is a chance for RAD participants to learn more about the pharmacy, Army Wellness Center, proper disposal of medications, disease management, nutrition, patient safety, Eagle Eye Clinic and Preventive Medicine. Health services that will be provided at the event include blood pressure checks and influenza (flu) and pneumonia vaccines. Participants also will be able to sign up for Relay Health and TRICARE Online.

Remember, any recent retiree is eligible to enroll in TRICARE Prime. There will be a TRICARE Service Center representative as well as health benefits advisors on hand to assist eligible individuals with enrollment.

Kenner’s agenda for the event is robust and promises to be informative and exciting to many. Hopefully, Team Lee retirees will take full advantage of this “one stop” opportunity.

KAHC continues its efforts to ensure readiness through high quality, customer-focused and cost-effective primary care by managing customer needs in an integrated system for health.

Clinic representatives look forward to seeing their retired beneficiaries at this year’s RAD program.

To all retirees … thank you for your service and sacrifice. Your courage and bravery are an inspiration to us all.