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Army Nurse Corps Celebrates its 117th Birthday


From MG Holcomb, 25th Chief, Army Nurse Corps:

Today, the Army Nurse Corps celebrates its 117th birthday, after formal establishment on 2 February 1901. This year's theme of "Keeping You in the Fight Since 1901" recognizes the diverse roles Army Nurses play in supporting our Warfighters. Army Nurses work hard every single day to teach families how to prevent illness and injury, treat and comfort ill and injured, train nursing teams to work at their hightest potential, and celebrate patient and family successes. Soldiers will always focus on their mission and be at their most lethal levels if they know they are healthy, that their family has the care they need, and that if they are injured, they will get the best possible care. In all of these things, there is an Army Nurse keeping them in the Fight. I want to thank all Army Nurses, past and present, for your selfless service, caring hands, and compassionate hearts, innovation and perserverance. I ask you to take one moment today to acknowledge the contributions you make to the defense of our nation. Have a great Army Nurse Corps Day, and THANK YOU! #IntheFight


MG Barbara R. Holcomb

MG Barbara R. Holcomb
Chief, Army Nurse Corps

COL Melissa J. Hoffman

COL Melissa J. Hoffman
Deputy Chief, Army Nurse Corps

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"To provide responsive, innovative, and evidence-based nursing care integrated on the Army Medicine Team to enhance readiness, preserve life and function, and promote health and wellness for all those entrusted to our care."

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"Preserving the strength of our Nation by providing trusted and highly compassionate care to the most precious members of our military family-each Patient."

                                     

  


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