medical corps


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med·i·cal corps

(med'i-kăl kōr),
The subdivision of a military organization, such as the U.S. Army, devoted to medical care of the troops.

Medical Corps

A branch of the US Army that consists of officers of the Medical Department, who are graduate doctors of medicine commissioned in the Medical Corps and who provide medical and surgical (but not dental) treatment.

med·i·cal corps

(med'i-kăl kōr)
Subdivision of a military organization, such as the U.S. Army, devoted to medical care of its troops.
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Ann Marie Acot to the rank of Colonel, Medical Corps
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His public health background must have been invaluable to the Royal Army Medical Corps, to which he was commissioned first as Lieutenant and promoted to Captain in 1916.
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Edward "Ted" Singleton, who served in the Royal Army Medical Corps, died in his sleep on March 14.
This is a massive national success, and an objective body -- and they're not necessarily our biggest fans -- that has evaluated dozes of field hospitals has declared the IDF's Medical Corps is the best.
The grants will be used by the American Red Cross and the International Medical Corps for providing immediate relief to those affected by the hurricane in the United States, Haiti and Bahamas.
FedEx supported these disaster relief efforts through its humanitarian organization relationships with Direct Relief, International Medical Corps and Heart to Heart International.
USAID did not identify any of the charities, but among those affected are the International Medical Corps, the Irish charity Goal and the International Rescue Committee, headed by former British FM David Miliband, humanitarian sources told AFP.
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This five-year program: Gaza 2020 Health Matters, in partnership with International Medical Corps, will work with non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations, and private entities to strengthen the resilience of the Gaza health sector allowing it to respond rapidly and effectively in the event of crisis.
Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, the Adviser at the Royal Court and General Supervisor of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, highlighted the significance of the cooperation agreement signed with the International Medical Corps on Tuesday, at the Saudi mission's headquarters at the United Nations, saying it is part of the center's relief efforts in Yemen.

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