What Does it Take to Run a Military Medical Group?

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Running a medical practice of any size can be filled with challenges. When that practice handles thousands of patients across three branches of the armed forces those challenges can be magnified without the work of a team of professionals across many specialties.

Running a medical practice of any size can be filled with challenges. When that practice handles thousands of patients across three branches of the armed forces those challenges can be magnified without the work of a team of professionals across many specialties.

Lt. Colonel Andrew Herman from the 87th Medical Group of the United States Air Force said working at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst means tackling a variety of challenges on a daily basis with everyone working toward the same goal.

Whether it is treating Ebola patients in Africa or veterans from World War II at home military doctors see conditions civilian doctors could not conceive of. The work they do can make a difference not only for the people they treat but their families and others around the world.

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