RHC-P's deputy commanding general's new position is at OTSG

By U.S. ArmyJune 7, 2017

Brig. Gen. Bertram C. Providence (right), commanding general, Regional Health Command-Pacific (RHC-P), bid farewell to Brig. Gen. Ronald T. Stephens, during a June 5 ceremony at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Washington. Stephens has served as the deputy commanding general, RHC-P at JBLM, since January 2016. During the ceremony, Providence presented Stephens with a mounted sabre on behalf of team RHC-P, and thanked him for his leadership and contributions over the past 17 months. Stephens' new assignment will be as the deputy chief of staff, G-1/4/6, Office of the Surgeon General, Falls Church, Virginia. During his farewell remarks, Stephens credited the RHC-P team for the strong work being done in the region, and expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to have served with such a great team. As the Market Manager for the Puget Sound Military Health System (PSMHS), Stephens also gave kudos to the PSMHS team for continuing to set the standard for other Enhanced Multi-Service Markets across the Defense Health Agency.  He also mentioned the departure of Sgt. Maj. Kesha White, former RHC-P (JBLM) chief medical noncommissioned officer (who was not present during the ceremony). White now serves as the Troop Battalion Command Sergeant Major, Madigan Army Medical Center.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Bertram C. Providence (right), commanding general, Regional Health Command-Pacific (RHC-P), bid farewell to Brig. Gen. Ronald T. Stephens, during a June 5 ceremony at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Washington. Stephens has served as the deputy commanding general, RHC-P at JBLM, since January 2016. During the ceremony, Providence presented Stephens with a mounted sabre on behalf of team RHC-P, and thanked him for his leadership and contributions over the past 17 months. Stephens' new assignment will be as the deputy chief of staff, G-1/4/6, Office of the Surgeon General, Falls Church, Virginia. During his farewell remarks, Stephens credited the RHC-P team for the strong work being done in the region, and expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to have served with such a great team. As the Market Manager for the Puget Sound Military Health System (PSMHS), Stephens also gave kudos to the PSMHS team for continuing to set the standard for other Enhanced Multi-Service Markets across the Defense Health Agency. He also mentioned the departure of Sgt. Maj. Kesha White, former RHC-P (JBLM) chief medical noncommissioned officer (who was not present during the ceremony). White now serves as the Troop Battalion Command Sergeant Major, Madigan Army Medical Center. (Photo Credit: Mr. John Liston, chief, Visual Information, Madigan Army Medical Center) VIEW ORIGINAL