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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He used to say that in the Army Medical Corps administration pertains to patient's medical treatment / profession other functions are performed by AG QMG Branch Accounts Dept etc".
International Medical Corps, a non-governmental relief organisation has established a presence at Dubai International Humanitarian City to use it as a hub for its operations across the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
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The US Army Medical Corps Leadership Development Program Working Group
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In this revised doctoral dissertation, based predominantly on primary sources, the author has contributed by examining medical responses to three emergent diseases that the British Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) associated closely with conditions in the trenches on the western front: trench fever, trench nephritis, and trench foot.
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