Frequently Asked Questions

Below are common questions and answers regarding the Cohen Veterans Care Summit;
if you have additional questions, please contact us.

How do I get an invite?

Invitations are reserved for key stakeholders and partners of our clinics and scientific programs. However, we often extend invitations to additional parties on a case by case basis. Please use the Contact Us form to request an invitation.

May I bring others to the event?

No. The registration is only valid for you. If you know of anyone who would like to attend please contact:

I’m a Government employee. Does this event constitute as a Widely Attended Gathering?

Due to the broad composition of attendees, we feel our event falls under the “widely attended gathering” definition for government employees. For further information regarding meal amounts and ethics concerns, please contact David Speer at

What time should I arrive at the Ronald Reagan Building on October 10?

Cohen Veterans Care Summit will provide a light breakfast before the official start of the meeting session. The breakfast will be from 7am to 8am in the Atrium.

How is payment arranged?

The Cohen Veterans Care Summit is a free event for invited guests. Each individual is responsible for their hotel room and related travel expenses.

How can I book a hotel room?

Please use the links found in your registration confirmation email. If you are unable to locate your confirmation email, contact You will be responsible for paying your own hotel stay.  We suggest that you book early to take advantage of cost savings as a limited number of hotel rooms are available at a lower, negotiated rate.

Is there a shuttle from the hotels to the Ronald Reagan Center?

There is no arranged shuttle between the hotels and the Ronald Reagan Building. The JW Marriott is within walking distance from the Ronald Reagan Center. The Courtyard by Marriott Washington DC/U.S. Capitol is only a quick taxi ride away.

Where and when do I pick up my meeting credentials?

You can pick up your meeting credentials in the Atrium of the Ronald Reagan Center on October 10th or October 11th.

Are there any security measures that I should be aware of?

The Ronald Reagan Building is a secure federal building. Please arrive early, have a picture ID with you, and be prepared to undergo airport style security screenings while entering the building.

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