U.S. Army Reserve

 

"CIVILIAN SOLDIER MEDIC"

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Functionally aligned to U.S. Army Medical Command, Army Reserve Medical Command is uniquely capable of providing medical, dental and veterinary services as well as providing assistance to civil authorities during an emergency or disaster.

In 2016, ARMEDCOM mobilized 475 Soldiers to provide world-class healthcare to 21 installations
nationwide and European Health Command.

Concurrently,ARMEDCOM provided more than 2,000 Soldiers to total force training and mission support, engaged in 64 major exercises across 41 locations designing, executing and assessing individual and collective training while delivering healthcare to  exercise participants.

In September 2016, ARMEDCOM completed a HQDA-directed transformation, increasing from 76 to 119 units.

ARMEDCOM seamlessly synchronizes reserve medical units with USAMEDCOM Medical Treatment Facilities. The major subordinate headquarters focus on training, professional management, credentialing and mission command of medical units.

Unique to the Army Reserve, Medical Readiness and Training Command provides and resources “joint, multi-national collective training” to medical unit sand Soldiers for contingency operations while sustaining modularity of ready medical forces in support of civil affairs nation building and homeland operations.

Three Regional Training Sites serve as training platforms for DoD medical units by providing specialized medical individual/collective training and biomedical maintenance support.



    • AMEDD Professonal Management Command
      Posted 08/09/2015
SPECIALIZED CAPABILITIES
• Medical Professional Backfill to Military Medical Facilities
• Blood Collection Support to all Services
• Veterinary Support to all Services
• Individual and Collective Military Medical Training
• Administrative Management of Low-Density, High-Demand Medical Specialties
• Army Reserve-wide Medical Credentialing
In the News
September 7, 2017 - As the Nation enters its 17th year engaged in contingency operations, training for future operations is paramount to military success on the battlefield. Realistic training can be challenging for the military due to limited resources or difficulties recreating an environment that challenges the skillsets of all the Soldiers in a unit or team.
September 6, 2017 - Nineteen U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers with the 7248th Medical Support Unit (MSU) based out of El Paso, Texas, began annual training requirements while supporting patient care missions at William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC), Aug. 20.
August 21, 2017 - In an agricultural community less than 50 miles south of the Canadian border lies a town filled with history, culture and a small group of medical professionals from the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Reserve who are determined to make a difference.
August 16, 2017 - More than 200 U.S. Navy, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve and Army Reserve service members deployed to Hayesville and Bryson City for Smoky Mountain Medical Innovative Readiness Training, Aug. 2-10, 2017.
August 7, 2017 - Some will greet you joyfully, others will cower and try to hide. Scratches and bites that draw blood are an accepted hazard.

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