Tag: 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support)

One Mission, Many Faces: U.S. Army Sgt. Tasia Blair, Behavioral Health Technician, 327th Medical Detachment (Combat Operational Stress Control)
July 29, 2020
One Mission, Many Faces: U.S. Army Sgt. Tasia Blair, Behavioral Health Technician, 327th Medical Detachment (Combat Operational Stress Control)

Task Force Spartan and 3rd MCDS tour results of host nation partnership
July 23, 2020
Kuwaiti Soldiers stand with U.S. Army Soldiers of the 3rd Medical Command at a quarantine facility in Kuwait, July 3rd, 2020. U.S. and Kuwaiti forces have been working together to stop the spread of COVID-19 in Kuwait. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Andrew Valenza)

Somewhere between a Soldier and a civilian
July 21, 2020
Somewhere Between a Soldier and a Civilian

Protecting the protectors: Reserve Soldier on front lines helps contain COVID-19 spread
June 24, 2020
Capt. Holly Beard

Childhood tumor leads hockey player to health care career, the Army and COVID-19 battle
June 17, 2020
1Lt. James Ennis, resident of Salem, N.H. just completed a deployment to combat COVID-19 at Elmhurst Hospital-Queens, as part of an Urban Augmentation Medical Task Force with the US Army Reserve.

Sgt. Workman balances COVID-19 response and college graduation
June 2, 2020
COVID-19 complicated college and graduation for virtually every student in the US. For Sgt. Melanie Workman, a Soldier with the 75th Field Hospital, and student at Georgia State University, COVID-19 has been life changing.

Behavioral health team supports University Hospital
May 31, 2020
The Behavioral Health team worked out of several areas at University hospital: Emergency Psychiatric, Inpatient Psychiatry, and Chaplains Office. I worked out of the Chaplains office and with Nurse Manager we provided psychological support for the Hospital staff, who have gone through so much. The team and I also worked closely with the Associate Director for Nursing on development and implementation of a staff resilience program.

Newly commissioned officer supports UAMTF
May 28, 2020
I was excited to potentially be involved in this mission and I knew that critical care nurses were likely going to be in demand so I volunteered immediately. Even though I was still very new to the military I felt confident that my experience as a critical care nurse would still be a valuable asset to the mission

Spc. Kelsea LeBlanc discusses COVID-19 support
May 28, 2020
I am thankful for what I have experienced. It has been an event of a lifetime. I am grateful to everyone who has helped me get through this process. I am lucky to have had the command we had, my friends here that have become family, and the opportunity to have been in these patients lives to try and make a difference.

How the oldest Army medical unit teamed up against a new foe
May 18, 2020
Javits New York Medical Station