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    Regional Health Command-Atlantic      

    Fort Belvoir, VA, US  

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    Current Personnel:

    Terry Beckwith
    Andrew Brown
    Jacob Casserino
    Anna Mariae Gill
    Shelli Gipner
    Maj. Michael Henry
    Garrett Holt
    Capt. James Hunt
    Capt. Stephanie Hutcheson
    Penny Jerette
    Jon King
    Carolyn Kirk
    Ann Krebs
    Victor Leyvahernandez
    Shannon Lynch
    Erica Maloney
    Reginald Rogers
    Shanikqua Sharp
    Brian Sightler
    Scott Speaks
    Jennifer Stripling
    Jeanne Thomas
    Benjamin Truong
    Tereasa Wade
    Anna Walsh
    David White
    Neysa Williams
    Pvt. Larry Wooten
    Warren Wright
    chul yang

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    Blanchfield, 101st Soldiers moving forward to Army...

    08.07.2018 | Courtesy Story
    A team from Blanchfield Army Community Hospital and two Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) prevailed following three days of grueling competition to earn the title of the 2018 Regional Health Command-Atlantic – 101st Airborne Division Best Medic Competition Aug. 2.

    Blanchfield, 101st Soldiers moving forward to Army...

    08.07.2018 | Story by Maria Yager
    A team from Blanchfield Army Community Hospital and two Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) prevailed following three days of grueling competition to earn the title of the 2018 Regional Health Command-Atlantic – 101st Airborne Division Best Medic Competition Aug. 2.

    Fort Campbell hosts Best Medic Competition

    07.31.2018 | Courtesy Story
    A team from Blanchfield Army Community Hospital and two Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) prevailed following three days of grueling competition to earn the title of the 2018 Regional Health Command-Atlantic – 101st Airborne Division Best Medic Competition Aug. 2.

    Critical care training extends Soldiers’ survivability

    02.09.2018 | Story by Sameria Amerson-Zavala
    Future operations may demand the capability for sustaining a casualty in a place where little to no medical support beyond the combat medic is available. Army Medicine seeks to close this current capability gap with the Delayed Evacuation Casualty Management (DECM) course. DECM provides the medic with prolonged field care training and critical care techniques that prepare them to stabilize and sustain a casualty in an extended care scenario....