New Multi-Service Clinic meets patient demand
Photo Credit: Nate Pesce
Col. Danny B.N. Jaghab, (center) commander, U.S. Army Medical Department, Fort Meade, and commander of Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center cuts the ribbon marking the official opening of Kimbrough's new Multi-Service Clinic on Monday. He was joined by: Navy Capt. Patricia McKay, director of the hand and upper extremity clinic; Lt. Col. Andrew Baxter, assistant deputy commander for nursing; Sgt. Antoni Alatorre, noncommissioned officer-in-charge of the Multi-Service Clinic; Capt. Gayle Fisher, clinical nurse officer-in-charge of the Multi-Service Clinic; Maj. Jeff Van Den Broek, officer-in-charge of the Multi-Service Clinic; and Col. Leon Moores, a former Kimbrough commander and now special assistant to the president at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
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