U.S. Army Ophthalmologist providing care to Dominicans, working with host nation doctors
Photo Credit: Lt. Col. Antwan C. Williams, U.S. Army South Public Affairs
(From left) Spc. Robert Larkin, operating room specialist, and Col. (Dr.) Darrel K. "Casey" Carlton, an ophthalmologist, both from Madigan Health Care System at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., conduct an eye surgery on a Dominican patient, July 25, 2012, at the Central Hospital of the Armed Forces in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republis. Carlton led the U.S. Army Medical Command and U.S. Army South-planned mission and team of ophthalmologists. Dominican physicians, including medical interns and medical residents, worked side by side with U.S. military doctors and ophthalmologists, July 10-27, 2012. The MEDRETE team of Dominican and U.S. doctors conducted more than 350 eye surgeries on adults and children.
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