By Ms. Sharon Ayala (Regional Health Command Pacific)February 13, 2018
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Washington -- The U.S. Army Medical Command's Command Sgt. Maj. Michael L. Gragg visited Regional Health Command-Pacific (RHC-P) at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Washington, Feb. 12-13. During the visit, Gragg spent time talking to leaders at Madigan Army Medical Center; I Corps; I Corps Surgeon's Office; Public Health Activity-Fort Lewis; 593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command; RHC-P Dental Activity; and RHC-P Contracting Office.
Gragg also conducted town halls at JBLM's 62nd Medical Brigade (motor pool) and French Theater for all 68 Series Soldiers. The purpose was to hear directly from service members about everything from their medical training to areas that Army Medicine should be focusing on that will enhance the delivery of care on the battlefield. During the town halls, Gragg was asked a variety of questions about leadership development; Army Physical Fitness scores; balancing priorities; advice he would give to Soldiers coming out of Advanced Individual Training; 68 Whiskey authorizations in MEDCOM; and talent management.
Gragg has served as the MEDCOM Command Sgt. Maj. since Nov. 3, 2017.