Q&A With Col. Mark Swofford From Brooke Army Medical Center: Making A Difference In Global Military Medicine From the Heart of Texas

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Located in San Antonio Brooke Army Medical Center has undergone considerable changes since opening nearly 20 years ago. Those changes have meant better care not only for their local patients but also service members who are sent there from all over the world on a daily basis.

Located in San Antonio Brooke Army Medical Center has undergone considerable changes since opening nearly 20 years ago. Those changes have meant better care not only for their local patients but also service members who are sent there from all over the world on a daily basis.

Col. Mark Swofford, MHA, PhD, who serves as Deputy Commander for Administration at the facility discussed what makes it such a pivotal piece of military medicine during a recent visit by MD Magazine.

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