JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. - Brig. Gen. Jack Davis, deputy commanding general, Regional Health Command-Pacific toured Madigan Army Medical Center on Aug. 13.
As the new RHC-P deputy commanding general, Davis is spending time with the Soliders and civilians who are part of the military facilities in the Pacific region. He has already made trips to several of the clinics and hospitals in RHC-P's area of responsibility.
His most recent visit was focused on the experience of care at Madigan and leveraging partnerships, technology and resources, while fostering a healthy and ready force.
Davis is also the chief of the Army Nurse Corps and was provided a tour of multiple clinics while he was at Madigan. During the tour, military and civilian nurses highlighted the care they provide to patients in their respective clinics.