Albany Army Medical Recruiting Station

Albany Army Medical Recruiting Station ARMY MEDICAL TEAM: Providing the Strength of our Nation one Health Professional at a time. JOINING THE ARMY MEDICAL TEAM
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Army health care team than you think. Benefits that can advance your skills and knowledge, shape your perspective, and provide you a comfortable and rewarding lifestyle. Whether you choose the U.S. Army as your career or serve in the U.S. Army Reserve while maintaining your existing practice, you’ll enter as a commissioned Officer. The health care lifestyle will give you respect, responsibility and prestige that are afforded your rank.

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Congrats to 2LT Kevin Metz! Our newest HPSP recipient! He is headed to Stony Brook College of Medicine after an amazing ...
06/07/2021

Congrats to 2LT Kevin Metz! Our newest HPSP recipient! He is headed to Stony Brook College of Medicine after an amazing start in ROTC at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences!

Congrats to 2LT Kevin Metz! Our newest HPSP recipient! He is headed to Stony Brook College of Medicine after an amazing start in ROTC at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences!

02/03/2021

Happy Bday to all of the Nurses out there!

Learn about the difference opportunities in the Army for prospective nursing students, CRNAs, AECPs and Soldiers interes...
11/14/2020

Learn about the difference opportunities in the Army for prospective nursing students, CRNAs, AECPs and Soldiers interested in nursing.

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Calling all pre-medical students, scholarship applicants and pre-medical school advisors:Join us Thursday, November 12, ...
11/09/2020

Calling all pre-medical students, scholarship applicants and pre-medical school advisors:

Join us Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 7:00 pm EST, 6:00 pm CST on Zoom for a discussion about the Health Professions Scholarship Program, Army Graduate Medical Education and much more.

Zoom ID: 160 107 7009

#armymedicine #servingtoheal #hpsp

We had an amazing visit with the 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion Command Team. LTC Bible and CSM Finch presented recogn...
11/04/2020

We had an amazing visit with the 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion Command Team. LTC Bible and CSM Finch presented recognition plaques and BN Commander Coins to two of our outstanding HPSP Officers 2LT Park and 2LT Altman currently attending Albany Medical College! Congrats! #ameddrecruiting #AlbanyMedicalCollege

Albany Army Medical Recruiting Station's cover photo
11/03/2020

Albany Army Medical Recruiting Station's cover photo

Thank you to all of our 67E Pharmacists and 68Q Pharmacy tech Soldiers who continue to provide amazing care to our fight...
10/23/2020

Thank you to all of our 67E Pharmacists and 68Q Pharmacy tech Soldiers who continue to provide amazing care to our fighting force!

It is National Pharmacy Week. Thank you to all the pharmacists and pharmacy techs that serve in Army Medicine!
#NationalPharmacyWeek #WarriorMedics Army Medicine

U.S. Army 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion
08/18/2020

U.S. Army 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion

As a U.S. Army or Army Reserve physician, you'll practice medicine in one of the few places in the world where comprehensive patient care is the top priority.

Send us a message to learn more, or visit healthcare.goarmy.com/physician

#armymedicine #callltoserve #servingtoheal

Please reach out if you would like more information about the Army Medical Department and the opportunities to serve ful...
06/29/2020

Please reach out if you would like more information about the Army Medical Department and the opportunities to serve full-time and part-time. The U.S. Army and the Army Reserve are looking for medical professionals and those in training to become one!

Through the Army's steadfast dedication to the mission, our core values and enduring support to our fellow Americans, we will safeguard the hard-earned trust and confidence of the public.

Visit goarmy.com/hiringdays to learn how you can become a part of this team.

#armyhiringdays #calltoserve #servingtoheal

Congratulations to Brooke Army Medical Center for being recognized by the American College of Surgeons for achieving mer...
11/14/2019

Congratulations to Brooke Army Medical Center for being recognized by the American College of Surgeons for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care. BAMC performs some of the most complex surgeries in the DoD and is truly leading the way in surgical innovation. Outstanding work!

BAMC receives national recognition for surgical quality

By Lori Newman
BAMC Public Affairs

The American College of Surgeons recognized BAMC for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2018, ranking the hospital among the top 10 percent of participating hospitals for surgical care.

“Achieving meritorious recognition means that BAMC ranks in the top 10 percent of over 722 hospitals on this composite surgical quality score,” said Army Lt. Col. George Kallingal, NSQIP surgeon champion and urologic oncologist. “This achievement shows our patients that the surgical care they receive at BAMC is among the highest quality in the nation. What is even more impressive is that we are able to do this in our high-risk surgeries as well. BAMC performs among the highest complexity surgeries in the DOD.”

BAMC is one of 88 ACS National Surgical Quality Improvement Program participating hospitals across the nation that have achieved meritorious recognition for surgical patient care. Additionally NSQIP recognized 72 hospitals on its “All Cases” list and 72 hospitals on its “High Risk” list. As a further distinction, BAMC was among only 56 hospitals recognized on both meritorious lists.

“This is a significant accomplishment,” said BAMC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Wendy Harter. “It is a testament to the commitment our entire staff has to provide safe, quality care for our patients each and every day.”

Air Force Col. Patrick Osborn, surgeon-in-chief, San Antonio Military Health System, and BAMC deputy commander for Surgical Services, agrees.

“This accomplishment is a direct reflection of the knowledge, skill and dedication of every member of the BAMC team,” Osborn said. “I am particularly proud of our people who provide this highest quality of care for the most complex patients in the Military Health System and the San Antonio area.”

As a participant in ACS NSQIP, BAMC is required to track the outcomes of inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures and collect data that directs patient safety and the quality of surgical care improvements.

The ACS NSQIP recognition program commends a select group of hospitals for achieving a meritorious composite score in either an “All Cases” category or a category which includes only “High Risk” cases. Risk-adjusted data from the July 2019 ACS NSQIP Semiannual Report, which presents data from the 2018 calendar year, were used to determine which hospitals demonstrated meritorious outcomes.

Each composite score was determined through a different weighted formula combining eight outcomes. The outcome performances related to patient management were in the following clinical areas: mortality, unplanned intubation, prolonged ventilator use, renal failure, cardiac incidents including cardiac arrest and myocardial infarction; respiratory illness such as pneumonia; surgical site infections-superficial and deep incisional and organ-space; or urinary tract infection.

ACS NSQIP is the only nationally validated quality improvement program that measures and enhances the care of surgical patients. This program measures the actual surgical results 30 days postoperatively as well as risk adjusts patient characteristics to compensate for differences among patient populations and acuity levels.

The goal of ACS NSQIP is to reduce surgical morbidity (infection or illness related to a surgical procedure) and surgical mortality (death related to a surgical procedure) and to provide a firm foundation for surgeons to apply what is known as the “best scientific evidence” to the practice of surgery.

"These results should give our patients comfort and optimism that BAMC is committed to providing our patients the best quality surgical experience every step of the way,” Harter said.

We are very honored to announce that we have been recognized as the top station for the Boston Medical Recruiting Compan...
11/08/2019

We are very honored to announce that we have been recognized as the top station for the Boston Medical Recruiting Company as well as the top HPSP/MDSSP station and the top Medical and Dental Corp Station. Individual awards include Staff Sergeant Matt Lathim being recognized for outstanding achievement by the Battalion Commander, Sergeant First Class Chris Swan recognized as the Company Commander's Leadership award winner, and Staff Sergeant Will Knapp recognized as the overall "Heavy Hitter" for Boston Company.

US Army Medical Recruiting Brigade
U.S. Army 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion

This week we had the privilege to assist with the training of over 50 teachers at Craig Elementary school on basic bleed...
11/02/2019

This week we had the privilege to assist with the training of over 50 teachers at Craig Elementary school on basic bleeding control techniques. If you or your organization would be interested in having your own private class then feel free to message us for more information!

Stop the bleed, save a life!

Today, 4 organizations came together to deliver Stop the Bleed training to the teacher's aids of the Niskayuna Central School District. Members from the Albany Med EMS Outreach, Niskayuna Fire District 2, Niskayuna Fire District No.1 and the Albany Army Medical Recruiting Station trained TA's on how to react to severe bleeding situations, how to apply tourniquets and use Quick Clot. Thank you to Craig Elementary School and Tom Moran from AMCH for organizing such needed training. If your organization is looking for Stop the Bleed training please contact us at 518-374-8386 or [email protected] and we can get you in touch with an instructor.

Had an amazing time presenting information on the Health Professions Scholarship Program- HPSP to the Pre-Med Fraternity...
10/10/2019

Had an amazing time presenting information on the Health Professions Scholarship Program- HPSP to the Pre-Med Fraternity at SUNY Albany!

Check out our table at Siena College to learn how to suture, pack wounds and apply tourniquets!U.S. Army 1st Medical Rec...
08/29/2019

Check out our table at Siena College to learn how to suture, pack wounds and apply tourniquets!

U.S. Army 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion
U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD)
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FREE lunch for kids and teens at The Crossings of Colonie this summer! Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity and ...
07/09/2019

FREE lunch for kids and teens at The Crossings of Colonie this summer! Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity and spread the word. A huge shoutout to the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York for their outstanding dedication to our community!

Saturday Morning, the Albany Medical Recruiting Team assisted various veterans organizations in placing flags at the gra...
05/26/2019

Saturday Morning, the Albany Medical Recruiting Team assisted various veterans organizations in placing flags at the graves of the fallen in Saratoga National Cemetery. It was a pleasure meeting everyone and honoring those who came before us in serving.

Thank you to the students and staff at Saint Rose College in Albany New York for allowing us to come out and present the...
04/18/2019

Thank you to the students and staff at Saint Rose College in Albany New York for allowing us to come out and present the Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) and a suture clinic with our special guest 2LT Jen Park from Albany Medical College.

The College of Saint Rose
US Army Recruiting Station Albany, NY

Thank you to the students at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences for hosting last nights Stop the Bleed train...
04/12/2019

Thank you to the students at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences for hosting last nights Stop the Bleed training. Also, a huge congratulations to you all for now being an official chapter of the AMSA - American Medical Student Association! You are paving the way for future students, keep up the great work!

US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC)
US Army Medical Recruiting Brigade
U.S. Army 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion
National Stop The Bleed Month
National Stop The Bleed Month - New York
Albany Med Trauma Education and Injury Prevention

Another great bleeding control class with students at UMass Amherst.  The dedication these students have for developing ...
04/10/2019

Another great bleeding control class with students at UMass Amherst. The dedication these students have for developing themselves into future leaders in medicine is truly incredible!

National Stop The Bleed Month
National Stop The Bleed Month - New York
Albany Med Trauma Education and Injury Prevention
US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC)
US Army Medical Recruiting Brigade

Thank you to all of the pre-health students from UMass Amherst who participated in last nights Stop the Bleed training. ...
04/05/2019

Thank you to all of the pre-health students from UMass Amherst who participated in last nights Stop the Bleed training. We appreciate your dedication and had a blast working with you. We're excited to see more of you at next week's class!

#StoptheBleed
National Stop The Bleed Month
National Stop The Bleed Month - New York
Albany Med Trauma Education and Injury Prevention

04/01/2019
U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

Thank you to all of our #USArmyReserve physicians!

There are many roads to service in the military. As we celebrate #NationalPhysiciansWeek, meet one doctor who's making a difference in the Army Reserve.

#KnowYourMil

Shout out to the students of the Siena College Bio Club for hosting our lastest Stop the Bleed training.  Thank you for ...
03/26/2019

Shout out to the students of the Siena College Bio Club for hosting our lastest Stop the Bleed training. Thank you for taking the time to come out and learn this invaluable skill, it was a pleasure working with all of you!

Albany Med Trauma Education and Injury Prevention
National Stop The Bleed Month
National Stop The Bleed Month - New York
U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD)
US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC)

We had the pleasure this morning to provide a Stop the Bleed class to students at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.  We ...
03/16/2019

We had the pleasure this morning to provide a Stop the Bleed class to students at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. We hope you never need to use these skills but are very thankful you took the time to learn and be prepared. Thanks again to the Albany Med Trauma Education and Injury Prevention department for their tremendous support of our efforts to spread awareness.

This May is National Stop The Bleed Month, contact us to find out how to register for or host a private class. The most tragic death is one thcould have been prevented. #StoptheBleed

Have a safe and happy Valentines Day!
02/14/2019

Have a safe and happy Valentines Day!

Hope everyone has a safe and glorious Valentines Day. Stay prepared. Carry a CoTCCC recommended tourniquet.

Check out what Albany Med residents are doing at the Engeye Clinic in Uganda!
02/11/2019

Check out what Albany Med residents are doing at the Engeye Clinic in Uganda!

Engeye Clinic Stop the Bleed Training

Last Friday we had the opportunity to provide a Stop the Bleed class to pre-med students at Williams College. I want to ...
02/04/2019

Last Friday we had the opportunity to provide a Stop the Bleed class to pre-med students at Williams College. I want to thank the students for taking the time to attend and learn this valuable skill. Also, a huge shout-out to the Albany Med Trauma Education and Injury Prevention office for providing the supplies, it would not have been possible without your generosity.

"The only thing more tragic than a death is a death that could have been prevented."

Congratulations to the Lee School District on being the first in Berkshire County to receive Stop the Bleed training. A ...
01/18/2019

Congratulations to the Lee School District on being the first in Berkshire County to receive Stop the Bleed training. A huge thank you to the Berkshire Medical Center, Lee Police Department, Massachusetts State Police, and the Lenox Fire Department for allowing us to assist with this great training opportunity.

The most tragic death is one that could have been prevented, can you stop the bleed?

Rest in peace to one of America's most famous Army veterans...
11/12/2018

Rest in peace to one of America's most famous Army veterans...

Rest in peace, Soldier.

Comic book creator Stan Lee has passed away at the age of 95. Lee served in the #USArmy Signal Corps during WWII from 1942-1945. We are deeply grateful for his service to our country and for his tremendous support to servicemembers.

Excelsior!

Congrats to Sergeant First Class Swan, who will become our office's new Station Commander next month!
11/03/2018

Congrats to Sergeant First Class Swan, who will become our office's new Station Commander next month!

Today we had the honor of meritoriously promoting Staff Sergeant Christopher Swan to the rank of Sergeant First Class. SFC Swan is part of the DC station, MDW Medical Recruiting Company. Congratulations, SFC!
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A great read on how Army professionals make a difference in peoples lives.Madigan Army Medical Center's Faith Clinic is ...
10/18/2018
Developmentally delayed patients find hope at Faith Clinic

A great read on how Army professionals make a difference in peoples lives.

Madigan Army Medical Center's Faith Clinic is the only clinic within the Department of Defense just for adult patients with developmental disabilities.

Although he and his family had lived with his severe autism his whole life, when he turned 19 Jacob Sheffield began to regress. He developed severe anxiety issues. He became easily agitated. He broke into loud outbursts....Jacob got assigned to Ma...

https://www.facebook.com/MRTC.HQ/posts/1095815997250065A look at some of the amazing healthcare training opportunities t...
10/17/2018

https://www.facebook.com/MRTC.HQ/posts/1095815997250065

A look at some of the amazing healthcare training opportunities the United States Army offers it's Healthcare Professionals.

Medical Readiness and Training Command provides key collective and sustainment training needed to prepare medical units to conduct world class health service support across a full range of military operations.

Check out these photos of MRTC’s training audience during Global Medic Fort Hunter Liggett 2018, a Joint, multinational exercise for medical units and personnel which incorporates the latest technology and scenarios to provide the most realistic training environment available to military medical units.

#WarriorMedics #RoadToAwesome #Readiness
Army Medicine 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support) 3d Medical Command Deployment Support Desert Medics

Photos by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret, U.S. Army Reserve

Discover the opportunities available as an Army Psychiatrist.
10/16/2018
Psychiatrist Career (60W)

Discover the opportunities available as an Army Psychiatrist.

As an Army Pyschiatrist, you’ll examine and treat patients suffering from mental illness while working with some of the finest minds in psychiatric medicine.

Whether you have just begun your undergraduate studies or have accepted a seat in medical school, you can take advantage...
10/15/2018
How to Pay for Medical School

Whether you have just begun your undergraduate studies or have accepted a seat in medical school, you can take advantage of the programs the U.S. Army provides for students pursuing careers in health care.

Need help paying for medical school? The U.S. Army can help. Learn more about the ways to pay for medical school through Army medical education programs.

Health care professionals who serve as officers in the U.S. Army Medical Department enjoy a wide range of opportunities ...
10/12/2018
AMEDD: Medical Employee Benefits

Health care professionals who serve as officers in the U.S. Army Medical Department enjoy a wide range of opportunities and financial incentives.

Army health care professionals enjoy a range of medical employee benefits such as loan repayment programs, bonuses & more.

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The Albany Medical Recruiting Station hosted a meet and greet with LTC Anthony Plunckett, MD for the Anesthesia residents at Albany Medical Center.