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May 22, 2018

U.S. Army partners with Centura Health

The U.S. Army and Centura Health signed a partnership agreement on May 22 as part of the U.S. Army Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) program. The 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion Commander, Lt. Col. Matthew Mapes, and Amy King, senior vice president and chief people manager, Centura Health, signed the memorandum of agreement during a ceremony at St. Anthony Hospital attended by Soldiers from the Aurora Medical Recruiting Station and Centura Health employees.

May 15, 2018

Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2018

Brig. Gen. Joe Heck, Deputy Joint Staff Surgeon and Director, Reserve Readiness, and members of the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion explained the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine to attendees of the Essentials of Emergency Medicine workshop at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev. on 15 May.

May 11, 2018

Los Angeles Medical Recruiting Company conducts Change of Command Ceremony

Capt. David O'Hea took command of the Los Angeles Medical Recruiting Company on 11 May in a Change of Command Ceremony on the USS Iowa at the Port of Los Angeles. Lt. Col. Matthew Mapes, 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion commander, presided over the ceremony to transfer command from the outgoing commander, Capt. Shawn Linhares to O'Hea.

May 9, 2018

Army Reserve surgeon helps healthcare recruiters

FREDRICKSBURG, Texas -- An orthopedic surgeon and 23-year military veteran with 10 deployments has seen his share of tough duty. Yet, for U.S. Army Reserve Col. Paul Phillips III, convincing other orthopedic surgeons to practice in uniform may be his most challenging job yet.Phillips is part of the orthopedic surgery team at Hill Country Memorial

May 9, 2018

Third-generation physician lives dream of serving

"Dear patients, I am about to get called up to serve overseas. I will be back …" is how the typical letter reads from Col. Paul Phillips III, 63, a reservist and orthopedic surgeon. Patients Don, 77, and Alice Huston, 78, of Boerne, have been under Dr. Phillips's care at Hill Country Memorial Medical Group through two deployments and readily agree

April 25, 2018

FY 18 USAREC SAMC Inductees and Best Warrior

By Capt. Jessica RoveroUSAREC Public AffairsApril 25, 2018LAS VEGAS – The U.S. Army Recruiting Command announced its newest Sgt. Audie Murphy Club inductees and the winners of the Best Warrior Competition at the conclusion of a weeklong event here, April 18.Thirty-two SAMC hopefuls and six Best Warrior competitors spent the week in the 6th

April 10, 2018

Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2018

U.S. Army health care recruiters explained the benefits of a career in Army Medicine to attendees of the Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference at Caesars Palace on 10 April in Las Vegas, Nev. Soldiers and Army Civilians from the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion and Las Vegas and Aurora Medical Recruiting Stations were on hand to discuss the Army's more than 80 medical specialties for both active duty and reserve opportunities.

April 10, 2018

Medical Recruiting Brigade human resources

When Rosanna Jessop was named U.S. Army Recruiting Command's Employee of the Year for Outstanding Program Support last year, it inspired her to work even harder for the Soldiers in the Medical Recruiting Brigade."I can rely on her to take on any task," said Al Tanaka, MRB's personnel chief. "Nothing is too difficult or too challenging when she is

April 10, 2018

Medical Recruiting Brigade welcomes new

The U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade welcomed a new senior enlisted leader during a change of responsibility ceremony here last month.Command Sgt. Maj. Michael L. Schwab relinquished his position as command sergeant major of the Medical Recruiting Brigade to Command Sgt. Maj. Jesse J. Castellano, Jr. Schwab retired from the Army after serving

April 3, 2018

Medical Recruiting Brigade human resources specialist is there for Soldier support

When Rosanna Jessop was named U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s Employee of the Year for Outstanding Program Support last year, it inspired her to work even harder for the Soldiers in the Medical Recruiting Brigade.