Pinellas Park, Florida


ARMY RESERVE MEDICAL COMMAND provides medical, dental, blood donor and veterinary services, as well as the medical professionals needed for Soldier Readiness Processing and Troop Medical Clinic operations at Mobilization Force Generation Installations located throughout the United States.

  • There are approximately 8,200 Soldiers assigned to AR-MEDCOM’s more than 110 units located throughout the United States
  • More than 21,000 AR-MEDCOM Soldiers have mobilized in support of CONUS and OCONUS missions since 9/11.

In 2019

  • AR-MEDCOM mobilized or deployed more than 900 Soldiers in support of active-duty military treatment facilities and Soldier Readiness Processing centers both at home and abroad.
  • AR-MEDCOM supported four of DoD’s Innovative Readiness Training missions in six separate locations, providing more than 7,000 different types of medical services for more than 4,200 in American communities in need while simultaneously training Soldiers for future ‘Fight Fast’ missions that might require much-needed medical skills.


  • AR-MEDCOM also provided more than 2,200 Soldiers to total force training and mission support, engaged in 45 major exercises across 25 locations designing, executing and assessing individual and collective training while delivering health care to exercise


In 2020

  • In 2020, AR-MEDCOM as mobilized more than 300 medical skilled Soldiers to support the Department Defense support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency Response to the COVID-19 pandemic, serving in communities across the nation.
  • AR-MEDCOM staffed three 85-member Urban Augmentation Medical Task Forces (UAMTFs) assisting in hospitals in South Texas and augmented 10 other UAMTFs across the nation.
  • AR-MEDCOM Soldiers are supporting missions at Ft. Bliss, Ft. Hood and Landstuhl Germany

AR-MEDCOM Subordinate Commands

AMEDD Army Professional Medical Command (APMC) provides centralized management of medical professionals to improve readiness, retention and recruitment of Army Reserve critical medical personnel.  APMC is a brigade equivalent command that was established with the strategic intent of providing healthcare providers with a flexible method of performing military duty that assists with retaining the healthcare providers in the Army Reserve.

Medical Readiness and Training Command (MRTC) is a one-star command that provides and resources “joint, multi-national collective training” to medical units and 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.  

The four Medical Area Readiness Support Groups (MARSGs) – Northeast, Southeast, Central and Western are brigade-level commands that are the operational echelon for ARMEDCOM’s support to the active duty Army and its participation in state and local projects and missions.  The MARSGs provide trained, equipped, ready, skill-rich Citizen-Soldiers, to meet global requirements for unified land operations.  Each MARSG manages between 20-30 subordinate units in their footprint and personnel numbers vary between 1,200 and 2,200 personnel per MARSG.


Army Reserve Medical Command (AR-MEDCOM) provides trained, equipped, medically proficient units and Citizen-Soldiers to meet global requirements across unified land operations.

AR-MEDCOM Mission Facts

• Approximately 8,000 Soldiers throughout the United States.
• 119 different medical units throughout the United States.
• U.S. Army Reserve provides approximately 70% of hospitals to the Army.
• U.S. Army Reserve provides approximately 67% of medical groups to the Army.
• Hundreds of AR-MEDCOM Soldiers mobilized now.
• Over 20,000 AR-MEDCOM Soldiers mobilized since 9/11.

AR-MEDCOM is made up of professionals who make a difference every day in the Dental Corps, Medical Corps, Medical Service Corps, Medical Specialist Corps, Nurse Corps and the Veterinary Corps.







"Civis" "Militis" "Medicus"


Distinctive Unit Insignia


A gold color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall consisting of a gold cross superimposed by gold wreath of oak and laurel encircling a bust of a Minute Man wearing a tricorn hat, overall across the bottom, three maroon scrolls stacked bend-sinister wise doubled and inscribed with "CIVIS" "MILITIS" "MEDICUS" in gold.


The Minute Man is adapted from the Army Reserve plaque and highlights the Army Reserve Medical Command being a direct reporting command to Headquarters, United States Army Reserve Command. The Minute Man has also traditionally been used to represent our citizen soldiers and recalls that heritage. Gold is emblematic of honor and excellence. Maroon is the Medical Corps' primary color. The cross and motto also highlight the Command's mission. The branch of oak represents strength and growth and the laurel, high achievement.


The distinctive unit insignia is approved effective 1 October 2005.


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    2801 Grand Avenue
    Pinellas Park, Florida 33782

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