807th Medical Command (Deployment Support) 
106 Soldier's Circle Fort Douglas, Utah 84113
General Inquiries:   866-413-1454  Media Inquiries:   801-793-7031

807th Overview

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807th MDSC PatchThe 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support) is headquartered at Fort Douglas, Utah (Salt Lake City) and manages all the Army Reserve deployable field medical units in the upper midwest to Ohio and west to California.  There are over 11,000 Soldiers that comprise over 100 subordinate units in the command.  The command is separated into five brigades, located in San Pablo, Calif., Seagoville, Texas, Fort Sheridan, Ill., Independence, Mo. and Blacklick, Ohio.  The 807th MDSC headquarters is organized with the main command post at Fort Douglas and an operational command post in Seagoville, Texas.
Units of the 807th provide general, surgical, dental, ambulance, behavioral health, preventive maintenance, and veterinary support to Army units and to civilian populations.  The 807th MDSC is the dedicated medical support to Southern Command, and conducts military and humanitarian operations yearly in Africa, South and Central America, Asia, and Europe.
For a detailed look at the 807th MDSC, its abilities, and missions, click the link below: 
Most recent print publication: 
The Pulse Click here to see the most recent print edition of The Pulse, the official magazine of the 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support)
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