Army medicine provides a high quality, safe and consistent patient experience, influences healthier lifestyles and behaviors, focuses on health readiness, injury and illness prevention, saves lives, and enables optimal health outcomes in support of the total Army
The 59th Medical Wing is the Air Force’s premier health care, medical education and research, and readiness wing.
The Medical Officer to the Marine Corps advises the Commandant and Headquarters staff on all matters regarding Healthcare and serves as the functional expert in working with the appropriate Headquarters agencies for determining requirements. The Medical Officer (TMO) makes recommendations on all medical and dental matters supporting the Marine Corps.
(BUMED) is the headquarters command for Navy Medicine. BUMED is where policy and direction are developed toward the Patient and Family Care vision which is carried out by Navy, Marine Corps and civilian personnel throughout the world.
Provides worldwide Force Health Protection services to Naval and Joint forces in support of the National Military Strategy.
The mission of the DCoE is to improve the lives of our nation's service members, veterans and their families by advancing excellence in psychological health and traumatic brain injury prevention and care. DCoE is comprised of three centers:
DHCC’s mission is to advance excellence in psychological health care across the Military Health System (MHS) by enhancing care quality, effectiveness and efficiencies; facilitating the translation of research to practice; and providing leadership, advocacy and implementation support.
DVBIC's mission is to serve active duty military, their beneficiaries, and veterans with traumatic brain injuries through state-of-the-art clinical care, innovative clinical research initiatives and educational programs, and support for force health protection services.
T2’s mission is to lead the innovation of mobile health and telehealth solutions to deliver psychological health and traumatic brain injury care and support to our nation’s warriors, veterans and their families.
The Defense Health Agency (DHA) is a joint, integrated Combat Support Agency that enables the Army, Navy, and Air Force medical services to provide a medically ready force and ready medical force to Combatant Commands in both peacetime and wartime. The DHA supports the delivery of integrated, affordable, and high quality health services to MHS beneficiaries and is responsible for driving greater integration of clinical and business processes across the MHS.
The mission of USU is to educate, train and prepare uniformed services health professionals, officers and leaders to directly support the Military Health System, the National Security and National Defense Strategies of the United States and the readiness of our Armed Forces. USUHS is home to many different centers and institutes, which help advance the university's research, education and public service missions:
The CDP trains military and civilian behavioral health professionals to provide the high quality care necessary to address the deployment–related needs of military personnel and their families.
The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) is the nation’s federal health professions academy — akin to the undergraduate programs of the U.S. military academies at West Point, Annapolis and Colorado Springs. And like the academies, students are not charged tuition; they repay the nation for their education through service.
The Uniformed Services University's (USU) Center for Health Disparities was established in 2003 in partnership with the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES). USU is a federal medical school training physicians for the military and civilians to conduct research in the basic and behavioral sciences. UMES is a Historically Black University (HBCU) on the Eastern shore of Maryland.
The mission of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences is to educate, train and prepare uniformed services health professionals, officers and leaders to directly support the Military Health System, the National Security and National Defense Strategies of the United States and the readiness of our Armed Forces.
- The Center for Prostate Disease Research (CPDR) will conduct basic science and clinical research programs that strive to combat diseases of the prostate. It will integrate basic and clinical science studies to improve early detection and prognostic factors and develop potential treatments for prostate disease.
- The mission of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences is to educate, train and prepare uniformed services health professionals, officers and leaders to directly support the Military Health System, the National Security and National Defense Strategies of the United States and the readiness of our Armed Forces.
- Advances scientific and academic knowledge, interventions, educational resources and outreach to mitigate the impact of trauma from exposure to war, disasters, terrorism, community violence and public health threats. Our Center’s mission continues to be essential to the Department of Defense and the nation.
- The department of Military and Emergency Medicine (MEM) lies within the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine (SOM). Created to enhance students’ understanding and appreciation of military medicine, the Department of Military and Emergency Medicine is also what makes USU a unique learning environment and opportunity for students who would not otherwise practice and understand what makes the practice of Military Medicine unique and challenging.
- HPRC's human performance optimization (HPO) website is for U.S. Warfighters, their families, and those in the field of HPO who support them. The goal is Total Force Fitness: Warfighters optimized to carry out their mission as safely and effectively as possible.
- The Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program (IDCRP) was founded in 2005 under an interagency agreement between the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). The work of the program, executed through a unique, adaptive and collaborative clinical research network, has a direct impact on force readiness by advancing clinical practice and informing health policy for military personnel. In collaboration with partners from the Department of Defense (DoD), academia, government and industry, IDCRP supports a broad clinical research portfolio within the Military Health System.
- The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is one of the nation's largest and most renowned military medical centers. Recently dubbed "The Nation's Medical Center," WRNMMC represents the joining of the "Best of the Best" in military medicine when National Naval Medical Center and Walter Reed Army Medical Center came together in September of 2011, to form Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as decreed by the Base Realignment and Closure law of 2005.
- The NCDMPH leads federal and coordinates national efforts to develop and propagate core curricula, education, training and research in all-hazards disaster health.
- SC2i brings together clinicians and scientists to gather and analyze information ranging from simple observation to bio-banked tissue samples, and makes the resulting data available for use in computerized statistical models that, critically, produce decision guidance tools that can quickly be used to improve clinical practice and outcomes.
- The Tri-Service Center for Oral Health Studies (TSCOHS), a service of the Postgraduate Dental College is chartered by the Department of Defense TRICARE Management Activity (TMA) to provide research and data collection services relating to the provision of dental care to all beneficiaries in the Department of Defense.
- Facilitates nursing research to optimize the health of military members and their beneficiaries.