US Army Medical Command
Definition/Scope: Army command responsible for managing Army’s health care delivery and supportive services, the Army hospital system, and all medical training for the Army. Includes virtually all the Army Medical Department except field units. MEDCOM’s three-star commander is also the Army Surgeon General.
Used For:Army Health Services Command
Broader Terms:Direct Reporting Units (Army)
Narrower Terms:Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine
Related Terms:Army Commands