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The 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support) is a theater medical command, operationally ready to execute multiple medical missions in a complex global environment. As the largest medical command in the Army Reserve, the 807th MC(DS) has five medical brigades and 142 deployable field medical units from Ohio to California.
While aligned to support U.S. Southern Command (South and Central America), the 807th MC(DS) also provides specialized medical skills for missions to the U.S. European Command, U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, U.S. Africa Command, U.S. Central Command, and U.S. Northern Command. The 807th MC(DS) consistently has elements of approximately 10 units and 300 Soldiers deployed to operations worldwide.
The 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support) is operationally ready and responsive, capable of providing superior Health Service Support and Force Health Protection to the Joint Force in Large Scale Combat Operations.
Our headquarters is organized at Fort Douglas, Utah. Our units include: Hospital Centers, Field Hospitals, Multifunctional Medical Battalions, Preventive Medicine Detachments, Medical Logistics Companies, Combat Stress Control Detachments, Veterinary Service Detachments, Minimal Care Detachments, Medical Area Support Companies, Dental Companies, Ground Ambulance Companies, an Optometry Detachment, a Blood Support Detachment, Forward Resuscitative and Surgical Detachments, Head and Neck Surgical Detachments, and Hospital Augmentation Detachments.
In Fiscal Year 2023, the 807th MC(DS) provided medical support for international Joint Exercise Programs and support the Homeland Operations and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) mission. Soldiers from the 807th MC(DS) also participated in 5 Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) events, using Reserve medical contributions and community resources to provide no-cost health services for civilian communities.
In the 2020 response to COVID-19, the 807th MC(DS) deployed its Operational Command Post (OCP) to Joint Base San Antonio to serve as the Joint Force Land Component Command’s (JFLCC) medical command and control (C2) element and provide operational control (OPCON) for all DoD medical units and personnel assigned to the JFLCC. In addition to the OCP, the 807th MC(DS) provided 10 Urban Augmentation Medical Task Forces (UAMTF) to provide patient care in New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Michigan, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. The UAMTF is an 85-person unit consisting of physicians, nurses, dentists, environmental scientists, combat medics, behavioral health specialists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, dieticians, physician assistants, respiratory therapists, and administrative personnel.
The 807th MCDS’s lineage began Oct. 27, 1944, when it was constituted in the United States Army as the 807th Medical Service Detachment. Activated in England, the 807th has reorganized and re-designated several times.
The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 807th Medical Brigade, March 25, 1977. It was re-designated as the 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support) effective Sept. 17, 2002.
• 5 Medical Brigades (Command and Control)
• 7 Hospital Centers
• 14 Field Hospitals
• 4 Multifunctional Medical Battalions
• 15 Preventive Medicine Detachments
• 11 Medical Logistics Companies
• 8 Combat Stress Control Detachments
• 7 Veterinary Service Detachments
• 5 Minimal Care Detachments
• 2 Medical Area Support Companies
• 4 Dental Companies
• 8 Ground Ambulance Companies
• 1 Optometry Detachment
• 1 Blood Support Detachment
• 14 Forward Resuscitative and Surgical Detachments
• 5 Head and Neck Surgical Detachments
• 11 Hospital Augmentation Detachments (60 Bed)
• 10 Hospital Augmentation Detachments (32 Bed)
• 7 Hospital Augmentation Detachments (24 Bed)
106 Soldier's Circle
Fort Douglas, Utah 84113
(719) 366-1612, or (719) 366-1602
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