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.
Initiative educates patients on prescription process
What is medication reconciliation? It’s a process to prevent drug interaction and dosing errors. ...Read more
Civilian Fitness Program employee assessments will be offered
It’s time for a new year of the Civilian Fitness Program. The CFP is a great way to jumpstart or re-energize your health and wellness goals by introducing Department of the Army Civilians to a healthier lifestyle. ...Read more
Dignity, respect training drives customer service improvements
Northern Regional Medical Command senior leadership attended a full-day of dignity and respect training May 13 to improve staff relationships and promote teambuilding as a means to improve customer service. ...Read more
Nurse Case Managers, the Quarterbacks of Care
BETHESDA, Md. – Just as a quarterback leads play for his team, a nurse case manager (NCM) plays a central role in the care and rehabilitation of wounded, ill or injured Soldiers at warrior transition units all over the country. At the Warrior Transition Battalion at Bethesda, Maryland, Warrior Transition Units at Fort Belvoir, Virginia and the Fort Meade, Maryland, there are almost 60 nurse case managers caring for Soldiers, including 31 military nurses, both active duty and Reserve/National Guard, and 28 civilians. ...Read more
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