August 2007
Soldiers;Aug2007, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p47
The article announces that an Army Medical Department Center and School program was in the second place in the ranking of the best graduate schools in the U.S. according to the "U.S. News and World Report" magazine. The Army graduate program in anesthesia nursing at Fort Sam Houston, Texas failed to get the top spot in the Nursing-Anesthesia category. The anaesthesia nursing program involves classroom training and clinical training. Army, Air Force and Department of Veterans Affairs registered nurses are welcome to enroll at the program.


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