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Army Medicine joins effort to combat recruiting shortfalls
April 9, 2024
ARMY MEDICINE JOINS EFFORT TO COMBAT RECRUITING SHORTFALLS

Senior enlisted leaders convene at the Army Medicine Sergeants Major Summit
January 29, 2024
Senior enlisted leaders convene at the Army Medicine Sergeants Major Summit

MEDCoE Command Chief Warrant Officer promotes Army Medicine in Colorado
March 2, 2023
MEDCoE Command Chief Warrant Officer promotes Army Medicine in Colorado

Army North’s Office of the Command Surgeon receives Army Medicine Wolf Pack Award
November 8, 2022
Army Medicine Wolf Pack Award

Army Medicine tests new smartphone, tablet apps at JBSA-Camp Bullis
October 28, 2021
Ultrasound Field Portable devices test

MEDCoE hosts first large-scale, outdoor open graduation since pandemic
August 4, 2021
MEDCoE hosts the first large-scale, outdoor open graduation since the pandemic

Regional Health Command-Central welcomes new commanding general
May 7, 2021
General accepts flag

San Antonio Army Reserve nurse assists with federal COVID-19 response in Arizona
March 16, 2021
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Local high school science students learn about Army Medicine
May 7, 2019
Staff Sgt. James Mcalister, NCOIC Dental Department, Preventative Medicine, briefs students on the training and equipment used in the dental program while Taetum, a freshman in McCollum High School's health science class sits in the hot seat. Taetum plans to be a cardiac thorasic surgeon after college.

Army Medicine still starts here at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
February 1, 2019
Lt. Gen. Nadja Y. West, The Surgeon General of the U.S. Army and commander, Army Medical Command (right), passes the colors to Lt. Gen. Michael D. Lundy, Commander, Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, while Maj. Gen. Patrick D. Sargent, commanding general, the AMEDDC&S HRCoE (center), looks on.

Army surgeon general addresses Army Medical Department Retired Senior Leader Forum
January 31, 2019
Lt. Gen. Nadja Y. West, U.S. Army Surgeon General and Commanding General U.S. Army Medical Command, gives opening remarks during the Army Medical Department Retired Senior Leader Forum held at the Training Support Center on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston January 29. The forum provided a discussion on the vision for the future of Army Medicine's organizational structure.

ER physician returns to Army service following son's lead
September 7, 2018
The Nicholes family poses following a commissioning ceremony July 20 at the Army Medicine Department Museum on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas, where Army 2nd Lt. Marc A. Nicholes (center left) administered the oath of office to swear-in his father, Army Reserve Lt. Col. Andrew “Andy” Nicholes (center right).  They are joined by (l. to r.) Army Sgt. 1st Class Irvin Merino, a health care recruiter with the Army Medical Recruiting Station Houston, Marc’s wife, Kelly, Andy’s wife, Lorraine, and Staff Sgt. Joel Ocasio, a health care recruiter with the Army Medical Recruiting Station Houston.

Regional Health Command-Central welcomes new top enlisted leader
August 9, 2018
Brig. Gen. Jeffrey J. Johnson (right), commanding general of U.S. Army Regional Health Command-Central, passes the unit colors to Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph L. Cecil during an assumption of command ceremony at the U.S. Army Medical Museum Amphitheatre at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Aug. 6.

Migration to Defense Health Agency to modernize Army medicine, surgeon general says
May 2, 2018
Lt. Gen. Nadja Y. West, the Army Surgeon General and commanding general for Army Medical Command, addressed the Army's fiscal year 2019 funding request and budget justification before the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations on Capitol Hill, April 26.

Military Surgeons General testify on medical readiness at Senate hearing
April 30, 2018
Medical personnel from William Beaumont Army Medical Center on Fort Bliss, Texas, prepare for treatment of a simulated postpartum hemorrhage using the center’s new simulation system, which provides cutting-edge scenarios for training to medical staff, March 29, 2018. The new simulation system aims to increase communication and improve interdisciplinary and clinical performance of staff when treating obstetrics emergencies.

Army Medicine Fighting Opioid Overuse for a Decade
January 17, 2018
Readiness, not opioids. The Army and Army Medicine have made significant progress with reducing opioid overuse among soldiers and their families. Best practices for opioid use are helping to ensure readiness among soldiers. Army Medicine has spent much of the past decade determining best practices to treat acute and chronic pain; provide tools and infrastructure to support and encourage practice and research advancement in pain management; and integrate a culture of pain awareness, education, and proactive intervention together.

Commentary: Proud to be a part of Army Medicine
July 18, 2017
Then-Army 1st Lt. John Arroyo works on strengthening his right hand while his occupational therapist, Katie Korp, looks on at the Center for the Intrepid in Brooke Army Medical Center’s rehabilitation center at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Jan. 16, 2015. Arroyo is one of many warriors and civilians who have made tremendous strides in their recovery due to Army Medicine.

Army Medicine study looks at optimizing combat casualty care
September 3, 2015
Army Medicine