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from the U.S. Government Printing Office or from a health  benefits  adviser  at  naval  hospitals  and  major naval commands. ELIGIBILITY Medical  care  from  both  civilian  and  uniformed services facilities may be extended to dependents and survivors   of   (1)   active-duty   members   and   (2) members and former members in receipt of retired or similar pay. To  be  eligible  for  medical  benefits,  a  dependent must  bear  one  of  the  following  relationships  to  the member or former member: Be  a  lawful  spouse  or  unremarried  widow/ widower Be   an   unmarried   legitimate   child,   adopted child, or stepchild, in one of the following categories: (1) under 21 years of age; (2) over 21 but incapable of self-support because of mental or physical incapacity that  existed  before  the  age  of  21  and  dependent  on service  member  for  over  one-half  of  support;  or  (3) under 23, enrolled in a full-time course in an approved institution  of  higher  learning,  and  dependent  on  the service member for over one-half of support Retired  members  and  their  spouses  and  children and  the  spouses  and  children  of  deceased  members 4-9 Uniformed Services Medical Facilities Civilian Health and Medical Program (CHAMPUS) Eligible Patients Inpatient Outpatient Inpatient Outpatient Program for Handicapped Active-Duty Member Yes, first priority Not eligible Not eligible Not eligible Spouse or child of AD member Yes, if space-available Yes—may need nonavailability certificate Yes Yes (needs prior approval) Retired member, spouse or dependent child of retiree, surviving spouse or dependent child of AD member, or retiree Yes, if space available Yes, unless eligible for MEDICARE (Part A); may need Nonavailabilit y certificate Yes, unless eligible for MEDICARE (Part A) Not eligible Dependent parents or parents-in-law of AD, retired or deceased member, and certain former spouses are authorized military hospital and CHAMPUS care if they do not have employer-sponsored health care Yes, if space available Not eligible Not eligible Not eligible Table 4-1.—Uniformed Services Health Benefits

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