Omavi Bailey, Yaa Asantewaa Medical Brigade
I had worked with Annie on a medical brigade
trip with NPH to Honduras the previous June, but Pat has known her from his long association with NPH and many medical brigades
He also commented on the devastation of New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina and the rejection by President Bush of his offer of a complete medical brigade
of trained people and life-saving equipment to aid that ruined city.
More doctors were flown in shortly after the earthquake, as part of the rapid response Henry Reeve Medical Brigade
of disaster specialists.
On the operational side, the transformation of the 18th Medical Command (MEDCOM) Headquarters (Korea) to the 65th Medical Brigade
(Korea) has enhanced modularity and provided the warfighting commander with greater ability to tailor specific medical capabilities under multifunctional medical command and control elements.
A Cuban medical brigade
is setting up an ophthalmology center to perform free eye surgeries in Cuzco, Peru.
The unit, part of 2nd Medical Brigade
, has spent the last four months providing a comprehensive range of services to soldiers and civilians in the Field Hospital based at Camp Bastion in the battle-scarred Helmand Province.
A parade salute and march-past, in Newcastle tomorrow will be taken by Sir Jeremy Sherlock, Lord Lieutenant of Tyne and Wear and the medals will be presented by Brigadier Ewan Carmichael MBE, Commander of the Army's 2nd Medical Brigade
She now serves with the 307th Medical Group, 330th Medical Brigade
, in Blacklick, Ohio.
The Cuban medical brigade
in Honduras has, according to the Cuban Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP), performed more than 6 million medical consults in the past seven years, treating almost 87.
As the medical brigade
in theater, we know in advance the schedule of units moving into the northern Kuwait camps.
The casualties were members of a US army medical brigade