Posted on Jan 17, 2015
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I spent a tour at WRNMMC and it's fully integrated for those that don't know, so your leadership could be one of any branch despite the one you elected to choose. Also, the Navy Corpsman is generally better trained than the Army medic even if you do choose to have a specialty. Have anybody had an integrated experience? Does anybody think this is going to work long term?
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Edited 23 d ago
I myself am not quite a physician, although I am connected with medicine. I work in a hospital and am responsible for the equipment. My task is to supply quality goods that can save the lives of a large number of people in the future. If I ask you at work and maybe someone will sentence.
Basically I buy a product on the website, for example, a Wristech blood pressure monitor and then doctors prescribe it to the right patient. Perhaps if you are interested in here are the findings https://communityclinicassociation.org/wristech-blood-pressure-monitor/ and this is mainly what I do, if you are interested in my services, then I am ready to cooperate with you. long term. I hope that the information that I have shared will be useful to you
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LTC Instructor
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Not sure exactly the "integrated" model, but anytime medical folks work together in their field, everyone should get better.

PO2 (Join to see), could you expound on the "integrated" experience you hit one?
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