ARMEDCOM answers the call for medical readiness
181103-A-UJ522-011.JPG Photo By: Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth Scott

FORT BELVOIR, Va. - Army Reserve Soldiers check in at the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Nov. 3-4, 2018, for a Periodical Health Assessment (PHA) as part of Operation Capitol Medic. Operation Capitol Medic is staffed and run in partnership with the Army Reserve Medical Command's, 7250th Medical Support Unit, from Alexandria, Virginia, and the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. Operation Capitol Medic provide hundreds of Soldiers in the Washington, D.C. area, with medical, dental and vision care, quarterly, improving medical readiness throughout the Army. Operation Capitol Medic has helped over 1500 Soldiers maintain their medical readiness since its beginning in August 2017 through scheduled appointments and walk-ins.


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