CHICAGO, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- ReachMD XM 157 on XM Satellite Radio and The United States Army Medical Department (AMEDD), today announced the launch of a new 13 week programming series designed to highlight military medicine from across the globe, covering clinical trauma, internal medicine, medical education and much more.
This fascinating series is designed to inform and educate medical professionals and those interested in a career in medicine to better understand the broad benefits of medical service career in the US Army including the highest quality medical education and innovation from around the world.
Col. Rafael C. Montagno, Medical Recruiting Brigade commander, Fort Knox, Kentucky said, "Army medicine is extremely diverse and our medical professionals are focused on many disciplines. By sharing their experiences, we hope to create a better understanding of the complexity of the Army health care system."
Gary Epstein, CEO of ReachMD said, "ReachMD is proud to work with the United States Army and pleased to broadcast this very look at leading edge medicine in a special series focused on the US Army Medical Department. The programming not only makes for compelling radio but also helps those interested in a career in the service gaining better insight and understanding about the work done by some of our nation's most dedicated medical professionals."
Former Colonel Dr. John Armstrong will host this new series entitled "The Strength to Heal." Dr. Armstrong has a distinguished military background and offers listeners first-hand insight into the role and service military medical professionals bring to the medical community around the world.
Dr. John Armstrong is a former Colonel with the United States Army. He
is a surgical educator and trauma surgeon who served in the US Army Medical
Corps for 17 years, rising to the rank of Colonel and serving as the
Director of the US Army Trauma Training Center in Miami, Florida.
|SOURCE ReachMD XM 157|
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