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Army Reserve Medical Command


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Army Reserve Soldiers provide medical aid at Care Harbor November 20, 2017 — Dozens of Army Reserve medical Soldiers from the 7214th Medical Support Unit participated in Care Harbor, a free clinic event, in Los Angeles on Nov. 17 and 18. MORE

New unit takes over Deployed Warrior Center Medical Management November 14, 2017 — Landstuhl Regional Medical Center’s Deployed Warrior Medical Management Center bid farewell to one U.S. Army Reserve unit Nov. 9 and said hello to another. MORE

Honoring those who have served November 1, 2017 — Providing final military funeral honors to those men and women who have served our Nation in war and in peace has been Sgt. 1st Class Danny Paul’s mission since 2004, as part of the Florida Military Funeral Honors Team. MORE

Citizen-Soldier has dual careers of caring for others October 7, 2017 — Whether the situation is a child facing problems at home or in school, or a person who is displaced hundreds of miles from their home in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Maj. Karean Troy is ready to help. MORE

Improved training saves lives at Global Medic 2017 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. MORE

Army Reserve Soldiers train, augment WBAMC 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. MORE

Soldiers provide needed medical services at Fort Belknap 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. MORE

Smoky Mountain Medical IRT provides care to 5,800 citizens 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. MORE

A childhood ambition come true 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. MORE

Joint training exercise ensures combat readiness for military medics July 31, 2017 — During a visit to one of 84th Training Command's exercises in March of this year, Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, Commanding General for U.S. Army Reserve Command, met with Army Reserve Soldiers out at several tactical assembly areas to witness the depth of the training that 84th Training Command exercises provide. MORE

Bringing smiles to Wolf Point July 25, 2017 — Spc. Cleopatra Matthews joins more than 25 other Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to the Army Reserve Medical Command’s 7239th Medical Support Unit, who partnered with Fort Peck Indian Health Service to provide health care services to an estimated population of over 8,000 local residents. MORE

Reserve Soldiers Respond To Nation's Needs July 25, 2017 — U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to Army Reserve Medical Command’s 7239th Medical Support Unit partnered with Fort Peck Indian Health Service to provide medical and dental care services from July 15-29 at the on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Poplar, Montana MORE

PROFIS mission provides needed medical support at home and abroad July 19, 2017 — On a humid California summer evening, nearly 100 Soldiers assigned to Army Reserve Medical Command’s 7452nd Medical Backfill Battalion sat side by side in their Army Reserve facility awaiting the legal and administrative briefings required to prepare them for upcoming missions. MORE

Army Reserve dentist provides free care to those in need July 10, 2017 — Maj. Jose Cangas had never been to Laredo. But when the U.S. Army Reserve dentist arrived here for a recent training mission, he felt like he was back in his hometown. MORE

ARMEDCOM: changing lives; building readiness July 5, 2017 — Nearly 125 U.S. Army Reserve medical professionals including doctors, dentists, nurses, optometrists, dieticians and physical therapists assigned to Army Reserve Medical Command’s 7458th Medical Backfill Battalion, from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, worked in partnership with U.S. Navy opticians and Texas A&M University students to provide health care services to individuals living in Webb County, Texas at from June 19 to 29, 2017. MORE

Rosebud brings meaningful work and readiness to Army Reserve medical professionals June 28, 2017 — Readiness continues to be a top priority for leaders across the U.S. Army, as well as within Army Reserve Medical Command. MORE

Army Reserve works to develop struggling border towns June 28, 2017 — A few weeks after civil affairs Soldiers surveyed an economically distressed border town, a $275,000 federal grant was approved to fix one of the town's failing roads, based on data the Soldiers had collected. MORE

Army Reserve Soldiers Provide Care to Colonias June 23, 2017 — U.S. Army Reserve deployed about 40 Soldiers from the 7226th Medical Support Unit out of Fort Jackson, South Carolina, on June 19 as part of the Texas A&M Colonias Innovative Readiness Training. This is one of four sites around Laredo, Texas, and Webb County as part of the joint civilian and military project designed to bring free medical aid and assistance to people living in these rural border communities called colonias. MORE

ARMEDCOM Soldiers bring smiles to faces at Pine Ridge Hospital June 20, 2017 — Sgt. Ashley Hennke, a dental specialist assigned to the 7240th Medical Support Unit out of Kirksville, Missouri, works quickly to set up a tray of utensils to prepare her area for a new patient, and then seamlessly moves to analyze chart information on another. MORE

ARMEDCOM initiative begins SMART partnership with Hackensack University Medical Center June 8, 2017 — Michael Filipowicz joined his family members in a small area at Hackensack University Medical Center, waiting for news on a loved one who was undergoing surgery nearby. As he sat, scanning faces and medical personnel rushing from one requirement to the next, he began to think about how the facility caring for his family member connected with his profession. MORE

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