Category: 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support)

FAQs: COVID-19 impact to the U.S. Army Reserve
December 22, 2020

Making an Impact on Patients In and Out of Uniform
December 21, 2020
Capt. Ruthanne Owens is a 66H, Medical Surgical Nurse, with the 228th Combat Support Hospital currently deployed to Kuwait. Typical for Army Reserve Medical Soldiers, Owens brings both her civilian and military skills to the fight.

Reserve Soldier Attends White House Reception for Frontline Personnel
December 16, 2020
Col. Rachel Kaiser, 62A with the 332nd Med. Bde., poses next to a Christmas tree in the Red Room of the White House, Dec. 13. The Red Room is dedicated to first responders and front line workers in the COVID-19 fight. “Since I'm as E.R. doctor and also mobilized with UAMTF 7454-1 to fight COVID, I felt right at home here,” said Kaiser.

3d Medical Command and General Electric Military Externship Program
November 29, 2020
Starting in 2011, the Army Reserve partnered with General Electric (GE) creating the 68A, General Electric Military Externship Program

Army units innovate, find success with safe training at home stations
October 26, 2020
Army units innovate, find success with safe training at home stations

Medical Soldiers are Ready for Deployment
October 13, 2020
As the military continues to operate and adapt in a COVID environment, the importance of recognizing Soldiers and their Families remains unchanged. Recently, Soldiers from the 3d Medical Command (Deployment Support) DET 3 Theater Enabling Command-Medical held a departure ceremony for their upcoming deployment to Southwest Asia.

Soldier, and a limited number of Family members, gathered in a socially distanced ceremony before the team heads off to Fort Hood for training validation and ultimately overseas.

Covid Response at University Hospital Saved Lives and Changed Soldiers
October 5, 2020
UAMTF 332-1 expanded the ability of University Hospital to tend to all patients, to include COVID-19 positive patients, as they worked together to combat the spread of the virus and care for those patients requiring supportive medical care.

STEM education the building block for career success
October 1, 2020
STEM education the building block for career success

Balancing Deployment Medical Support, Education
August 18, 2020
Flores-Colon balanced his time as a Pharmacy Specialist, providing outpatient pharmacy services for military members and working with night shift medics to provide support during the COVID-19 pandemic along with finishing his last terms of school online.

Medical Training Can Make the Difference Between Life and Death
August 10, 2020
Working a live code is highly stressful and having a team that knows their roles can make the difference between life and death. Soldiers with the 411th Hospital Center, Code Blue Team, at US Military Hospital-Kuwait, makes sure that readiness is maintained in each section of the hospital including nonmedical shops.