It's All About Health
Welcome to the Northern Regional Medical Command (NRMC), the nation's premier military system for health. What is a system for health? At NRMC, we are focused on our patients' health and wellness, which means we are as dedicated to preventing illness and injury as we are to healing. A system for health enables ready and resilient Soldiers, families and communities.
We maintain the readiness of America's fighting men and women through care that maintains, restores and improves their ability to deploy on a moment's notice anywhere in the world. And when our Soldiers deploy, we ensure that a ready medical force is ready to deploy with them, professionally trained and ready to provide world class casualty care. The Northern Regional Medical Command is working to build a healthier Army and healthier nation.
Rader Clinic caregivers practice Ebola response
Healthcare providers at Andrew Rader U.S. Army Health Clinic practiced response protocol March 18 in the event that a patient infected with Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) comes to the clinic for help.
Beating back the Blindside
FORT BLISS, Texas - It’s easy to dodge a punch when you see it coming, tougher when you get blindsided. Without warning, there’s not much you can do. You can’t brace for impact or defend yourself at that most critical time. In that split second, you possess no control. Perhaps it is luck or by the grace of God, you survive and begin to slowly regain control. Will and power are restored back to those who previously had no control.
NRMC Soldiers and Army Veterans prepare for Army Trials competition
Twenty-seven wounded, ill and injured Northern Regional Medical Command (NRMC) Soldiers and Army Veterans will join their Army counterparts from across the United States and Europe at Fort Bliss, Texas, to compete in the 2015 U.S. Army Trials. Training and practice sessions begin Sunday, March 22, and the Army Trials competition is slated for March 29 – April 2. ...Read more
Our Nurses: Patient advocacy tops OR nurses' priorities
When we see them on television and in movies it's usually in support roles. And while we can identify them by their uniforms when we see them in public, we don't usually give them much thought--they are just people standing with us in the grocery line or getting gas. ...Read more
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