Army Medical Department Civilian Corps Chief Gregg Stevens hosted a town hall meeting with Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center and Dental Clinic civilians June 6 at the Murr Community Center on Fort Huachuca.
Stevens, who has 50 years of combined military and civilian experience in Army Medicine, discussed the future of the AMEDD Civilian Corps, gathered feedback and addressed concerns.
He became the AMEDD Civilian Corps chief in November 2009. He also is the deputy to the commanding general of AMEDD Center and School, Health Readiness Center of Excellence at Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
During the town hall, he focused on leadership, teamwork, education and training, and talent management.
He especially emphasized the importance of military and civilians working as a team.
"We're all on the same team; neither can exist without the other," Stevens said.
He stated we all have the same important mission--to serve Soldiers and their families.
"We in Army Medicine are especially blessed because within that great mission of defending the country we have the most honorable part of the entire mission," Stevens said. "We are lucky to take care of Soldiers and their families anywhere, anytime, often under circumstances that no one else will accept, and we do it the best in the world."
In addition to hosting the town hall meeting, Stevens toured Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center, the Soldier Centered Clinic, the Military Intelligence Student Clinic as well as the dental clinic and veterinary clinic on Fort Huachuca.