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Madigan Army Medical Center

The Madigan Army Medical Center, located on Joint Base Lewis-McChord just outside Lakewood, Washington, is a key component of the Madigan Healthcare System...

Last Update: 2024-04-17T02:17:19Z Word Count : 2610 Synonim Madigan Army Medical Center

Patrick Madigan

Emmett Patrick Madigan, who became a doctor. Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis–McChord, Washington was named for Madigan. Patterson, Michael...

Last Update: 2024-05-09T01:39:47Z Word Count : 314 Synonim Patrick Madigan

United States Army Medical Command

Command-Pacific Madigan Army Medical Center, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA Other hospitals and installations Medical Research and Development Command 6th Medical Logistics...

Last Update: 2024-02-20T23:38:59Z Word Count : 2095 Synonim United States Army Medical Command

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

The Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC), also known as Landstuhl Hospital, is a U.S. Army post in Landstuhl, Germany, near Ramstein Air Base. It...

Last Update: 2024-02-20T23:39:12Z Word Count : 746 Synonim Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

Raymond Costabile

Costabile is a retired Colonel in the US Army and the former Chief of Urology Service at Madigan Army Medical Center. Costabile is an author; his articles...

Last Update: 2024-04-04T07:48:17Z Word Count : 823 Synonim Raymond Costabile

MAMC

MAMC may refer to: Madigan Army Medical Center, by Tacoma, Washington, USA Maharaja Agrasen Medical College, Agroha, medical college in Agroha, India...

Last Update: 2024-05-13T18:44:18Z Word Count : 109 Synonim MAMC

Seattle metropolitan area

Seattle Times. Retrieved March 1, 2024. "About Madigan Army Medical Center". Madigan Army Medical Center. Retrieved March 1, 2024. Bernton, Hal (March...

Last Update: 2024-05-18T03:53:53Z Word Count : 19237 Synonim Seattle metropolitan area

Fort Lewis (Washington)

Madigan Healthcare System facilities such as the Madigan Army Medical Center, the Okubo Clinic, and the Nisqually Clinic. JBLM Airmen receive medical...

Last Update: 2024-02-15T14:45:54Z Word Count : 3651 Synonim Fort Lewis (Washington)

Secretary of the Army Award for Valor

2017. Tanya C. Porter, Clinical Staff Nurse, U.S. Army Medical Command, Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA, for selfless service and personal courage...

Last Update: 2024-04-12T07:30:53Z Word Count : 838 Synonim Secretary of the Army Award for Valor

Patricia Horoho

DeWitt Army Community Hospital in Fort Belvoir, Virginia (2004–2006), Walter Reed Health Care System in Washington D.C. (2007–2008), Madigan Army Medical Center...

Last Update: 2023-06-24T19:50:17Z Word Count : 684 Synonim Patricia Horoho

National Center for Telehealth & Technology

Lewis-McChord in 2008. It was developed out of the Army Behavioral Health Technology Office at Madigan Army Medical Center. T2 is staffed by clinical psychologists...

Last Update: 2024-05-17T11:52:51Z Word Count : 680 Synonim National Center for Telehealth & Technology

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Medical Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, HI Brooke Army Medical Center...

Last Update: 2024-02-08T23:13:54Z Word Count : 3485 Synonim Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

62nd Medical Brigade (United States)

General Sheila Baxter, Commander of Madigan Army Medical Center and Western Regional Medical Command. The 62nd Medical Brigade Headquarters served as the...

Last Update: 2023-12-03T09:53:03Z Word Count : 970 Synonim 62nd Medical Brigade (United States)

Joint Base Lewis–McChord

Members receive medical care through on-base facilities such as Madigan Army Medical Center, the Okubo Clinic, the Nisqually Clinic, and the McChord Clinic...

Last Update: 2024-04-18T01:44:16Z Word Count : 2952 Synonim Joint Base Lewis–McChord

2017 Washington train derailment

Three soldiers from JBLM, including a Madigan Army Medical Center nurse, left their vehicles to give medical assistance to people trapped inside the...

Last Update: 2024-05-14T16:51:07Z Word Count : 4809 Synonim 2017 Washington train derailment

Andrew R. Morgan

2005 he completed his residency in emergency medicine at the Madigan Army Medical Center near Tacoma, Washington. In 2013 he completed a fellowship in...

Last Update: 2024-02-04T01:46:00Z Word Count : 1195 Synonim Andrew R. Morgan

John Shalikashvili

Shalikashvili died at the age of 75 on July 23, 2011, at the Madigan Army Medical Center in Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, from a stroke. He is...

Last Update: 2024-02-02T23:41:08Z Word Count : 2040 Synonim John Shalikashvili

Madigan (disambiguation)

Slip Madigan (Edward Patrick Madigan) (1896–1966), American college football player at Notre Dame University Madigan Army Medical Center Madigan, a 1968...

Last Update: 2023-04-09T10:13:26Z Word Count : 276 Synonim Madigan (disambiguation)

List of hospitals in Washington (state)

lifepointhealth.net. Retrieved May 7, 2019. BCI. "History of Capital Medical Center". Capital Medical Center. Retrieved May 7, 2019. "Washington State Trauma Services"...

Last Update: 2024-02-05T21:22:56Z Word Count : 472 Synonim List of hospitals in Washington (state)

Eric Schoomaker

Medical Center, Landstuhl, Germany, 1990–1992; Chief and Program Director, Department of Medicine and Director of Primary Care, Madigan Army Medical Center...

Last Update: 2023-03-07T05:27:17Z Word Count : 672 Synonim Eric Schoomaker

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Madigan Army Medical Center

The Madigan Army Medical Center, located on Joint Base Lewis-McChord just outside Lakewood, Washington, is a key component of the Madigan Healthcare System and one of the largest military hospitals on the West Coast of the United States. The hospital was named in honor of Colonel Patrick Madigan, an assistant to the U.S. Army Surgeon General from 1940 to 1943 who was also known as "The Father of Army Neuropsychiatry." On September 22, 1944, Madigan General Hospital was named in his honor. The hospital today is a 205-bed, Joint Commission-accredited facility, expandable to 318 beds in the event of a disaster. Major services include general medical and surgical care, adult and pediatric primary care clinics, 24-hour Emergency department, specialty clinics, clinical services, wellness and prevention services, veterinary care, and environmental health services. Madigan Army Medical Center received designation as a level 2 trauma center by the Washington State Department of Health in 1995, and has maintained level 2 status to the present day. The Madigan Army Medical Center is one of three designated trauma centers in the United States Army Medical Department (AMEDD). In 1999, Madigan became the second military hospital to ever receive a perfect score of "100" from the Joint Commission. Construction of the current facility was completed in the early 1990s. Prior to the opening of the building, the hospital consisted of a network of connected single-story buildings that are still utilized by Madigan Army Medical Center.


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