Taji Market Clinic

By Pfc. Adam Halleck, 1st BCT PAO, 1st Cav. Div., MND-BSeptember 30, 2009

TAJI, Iraq- Little Rock, Ark. Native, Capt. Alex Aquino, commander of Battery B, 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, and Hamamiyat Federal Police Station commander, Maj. Thamir, listen as the clinic manager explains the changes the clinic underwent in the past couple of years during a visit to the Taji Market Clinic, Sept. 27. The clinic now supports Taji and immediate areas as the primary medical facility in the area.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – TAJI, Iraq- Little Rock, Ark. Native, Capt. Alex Aquino, commander of Battery B, 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, and Hamamiyat Federal Police Station commander, Maj. Thamir, listen as the clinic manager explains the changes the clinic underwent in the past couple of years during a visit to the Taji Market Clinic, Sept. 27. The clinic now supports Taji and immediate areas as the primary medical facility in the area. (Photo Credit: Pfc. Adam Halleck, 1st BCT PAO, 1st Cav. Div., MND-B) VIEW ORIGINAL
TAJI, Iraq- Norfolk, Va. Native, 1st. Lt. Alton Royster, the medical officer for the 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, watches as hospital staff interact with patients during a visit to the Taji Market Clinic, Sept. 27. The small clinic supports Taji and the immediate area with medical care. "The staff members were very enthusiastic and sincere in caring for their patients and also expressed their desire to increase their hours of operation to ensure that more Iraqis receive medical attention," said Royster.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – TAJI, Iraq- Norfolk, Va. Native, 1st. Lt. Alton Royster, the medical officer for the 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, watches as hospital staff interact with patients during a visit to the Taji Market Clinic, Sept. 27. The small clinic supports Taji and the immediate area with medical care. "The staff members were very enthusiastic and sincere in caring for their patients and also expressed their desire to increase their hours of operation to ensure that more Iraqis receive medical attention," said Royster. (Photo Credit: Pfc. Adam Halleck, 1st BCT PAO, 1st Cav. Div., MND-B) VIEW ORIGINAL
TAJI, Iraq- Cambridge, Mass. native, Staff Sgt. Carlos Madden (right), a civil affairs team leader attached to the 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, and Little Rock, Ark. native, Capt. Alex Aquino (middle), commander of Battery B, speak to Dr. Mohammed (left), the manager of the Taji Market Clinic during a visit, Sept. 27. The "Dragons" visited the clinic to see if they could help provide any supplies and support to the clinic.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – TAJI, Iraq- Cambridge, Mass. native, Staff Sgt. Carlos Madden (right), a civil affairs team leader attached to the 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, and Little Rock, Ark. native, Capt. Alex Aquino (middle), commander of Battery B, speak to Dr. Mohammed (left), the manager of the Taji Market Clinic during a visit, Sept. 27. The "Dragons" visited the clinic to see if they could help provide any supplies and support to the clinic. (Photo Credit: Pfc. Adam Halleck, 1st BCT PAO, 1st Cav. Div., MND-B) VIEW ORIGINAL
TAJI, Iraq- Camden, N.J. native, Spc. Sesily Aponte, a civil affairs team member attached to 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, takes notes on the services offered at the medical facility that is in the heart of Taji Market, Sept. 27. The clinic supports Taji and immediate areas as the primary medical facility. "The clinic was better than I expected it to be. It seemed to be successful and doing well," said Aponte.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – TAJI, Iraq- Camden, N.J. native, Spc. Sesily Aponte, a civil affairs team member attached to 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, takes notes on the services offered at the medical facility that is in the heart of Taji Market, Sept. 27. The clinic supports Taji and immediate areas as the primary medical facility. "The clinic was better than I expected it to be. It seemed to be successful and doing well," said Aponte. (Photo Credit: Pfc. Adam Halleck, 1st BCT PAO, 1st Cav. Div., MND-B) VIEW ORIGINAL