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'Lighter, leaner, better capabilities': speeding combat casualty care via Army Medicine RSS Feed
IRVINE, Calif. -- In future conflicts, with communication channels and evacuation routes contested, a lot more casualty care might happen right there on the battlefield itself.
Fort Sill dentists sink their teeth into dog's bite via Army Medicine RSS Feed
A military working received a root canal and porcelain crown at the Fort Sill Veterinarian Treatment Facility. Dentists from the Cowan Dental performed the procedures.
GLWACH Soldiers get RAD training via Army Medicine RSS Feed
Thirteen Soldiers from General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital completed Rape Aggression Defense classes in December at Fort Leonard Wood.
BAMC returns to full surgical capability via Army Medicine RSS Feed
Brooke Army Medical Center has returned to full surgical capability after implementing a number of initiatives aimed at further improving surgical care. BAMC is back to averaging 65 to 70 surgical cases per day. The hospital scaled back its surgical…
Soldiers transition from follower to leader at NCO Induction Ceremony via Army Medicine RSS Feed
Sixteen General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital noncommissioned officers were inducted into the NCO Corps Friday, Dec. 8, during a ceremony at the Engineer Museum on Fort Leonard Wood.
'An asset to the community': Military medical trio saves life of civilian at restaurant via Army Medicine RSS Feed
HARKER HEIGHTS, Texas -- While the nation showed its appreciation of its military on Veteran's Day, one man was especially thankful for a trio of Army medical professionals who saved his mother's life the day before.
Knowledge key to combating diabetes via Army Medicine RSS Feed
Kenner Army Health Clinic staff are committed to improving the health of the Fort Lee community and places emphasis on beneficiaries taking an active role with their own health.
CRDAMC honors community partners, Gold Star Families via Army Medicine RSS Feed
Partnerships with community medical and educational institutions promotes military treatment facilities' patient satisfaction and military readiness.
Improving a patients world, one eye at a time via Army Medicine RSS Feed
When you're little, your dreams are big. From superhero to circus clown to a doctor, the possibilities are endless when you're a child.
USAARL publishes medical toolkit via Army Medicine RSS Feed
FORT RUCKER, Ala.--One of the most challenging decisions facing military health care providers is if and when a previously wounded warfighter is fit to return-to-duty.
CRDAMC hospital ringing with holiday cheer via Army Medicine RSS Feed
FORT HOOD, Texas --Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center employees and hospital visitors can dot their lunch hour with holiday cheer musical notes, thanks to the Fort Hood hospital's pastoral care services. This year, the department's annual holiday…
CRDAMC kids celebrate holiday spirit via Army Medicine RSS Feed
FORT HOOD, Texas -- It was all about Santa, cookies, crafts and toy wish-lists during Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center Troop Command's "Breakfast with Santa, held Dec. 9 at the Fort Hood hospital. Some of the younger attendees, including…