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I had recently left the military and was on the SMSU campus inquiring about obtaining a credential in healthcare administration, capitalizing on my military experience as a Medical Service Corps officer.
of Southern Mississippi) and Platoni (colonel, Medical Service Corps, U.
Chief Technology Officer, worked to advance the President's technology agenda by fostering new ideas and encouraging government-wide coordination to help the country meet its goals from job creation, to reducing health care costs, to protecting the homeland * Retired Army Major General David Rubenstein , FACHE, former Commanding General of the Army Medical Department Center & School and Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps * Joy Behar, award-winning co-host of The View, author, actress, comedian In addition to the speakers, artist and patient advocate Regina Holliday will create paintings during the conference that represents the patient's view of health information.
Military service for an entomologist officer took him to the Medical Service Corps, with training in Texas, and later stationing in Georgia, North Carolina, and Maryland.
Van Patten, MT(ASCP) SBB Lieutenant Commander Medical Service Corps U.
Whitaker, PhD, RN, a colonel in the US Army Medical Service Corps, as one of eight distinguished alumni.
HE WAS COMMISSIONED IN THE MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS THROUGH THE OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL AND IS g GRADUATE OF THE ARMY COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLLEGE.
I entered the civilian workforce after serving 21 years as a Navy Medical Service Corps Officer.