Weekend in a War Zone

Kinkade, Mark
July 2001
Airman;Jul2001, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p2
Focuses on the partnership of the United States Armed Forces with the Ben Taub Hospital trauma center in Houston, Texas to prepare and train its medical members. Number of rotations held by the hospital per year; Annual number of its trauma patients; Opportunities presented by the training; Lessons learned by the military medical team from the hospital.


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