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By Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)April 15, 2010

Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein is greeted by Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's (BACH) Blue clinic receptionist April 9 before touring their clinic. This was Rubenstein's first visit to Fort Campbell. He said that he was impressed with the strategic objectives and atmosphere of the hospital.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein is greeted by Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's (BACH) Blue clinic receptionist April 9 before touring their clinic. This was Rubenstein's first visit to Fort Campbell. He said that he was impressed with the strategic objectives and atmosphere of the hospital. (Photo Credit: Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein greets Fort Campbell Army medical leaders before lunch in Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's executive conference room April 9. Rubenstein shakes hands with the Chief of Soldier Health Service Lt. Col. Cherub Williamson as deputy commander for administration Col. Mike Heimall and hospital commander Col. John P. Cook look on.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein greets Fort Campbell Army medical leaders before lunch in Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's executive conference room April 9. Rubenstein shakes hands with the Chief of Soldier Health Service Lt. Col. Cherub Williamson as deputy commander for administration Col. Mike Heimall and hospital commander Col. John P. Cook look on. (Photo Credit: Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein spoke to members of the Silver Caduceus Society, a group of Army Medical Department officers, April 9 at Fort Campbell's Cole Park Commons. He portrayed his strategic vision and encouraged utilization of the Army's long-term educational programs to society members comprised of senior leaders and staff from Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, the 86th Combat Support Hospital, and the Division Surgeon's office.
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein spoke to members of the Silver Caduceus Society, a group of Army Medical Department officers, April 9 at Fort Campbell's Cole Park Commons. He portrayed his strategic vision and encouraged utilization of the Army's long-term educational programs to society members comprised of senior leaders and staff from Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, the 86th Combat Support Hospital, and the Division Surgeon's office. (Photo Credit: Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein greets receptionists in Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's (BACH) Specialty clinic April 9 as he visited clinics throughout the hospital.
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein greets receptionists in Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's (BACH) Specialty clinic April 9 as he visited clinics throughout the hospital. (Photo Credit: Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL
During his visit to Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH), Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein thanked both hospital commander (left) Col. John P. Cook and deputy commander for administration Col. Mike Heimall April 9 for their contributions to Soldiers, Families and Retirees' healthcare. After leaving BACH, he toured the Dental command and the Rascon School of Combat Medicine. Later that evening, he served as the keynote speaker for the 86th Combat Support Hospital Ball.
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – During his visit to Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH), Chief of the Army Medical Service Corps Maj. Gen. David A. Rubenstein thanked both hospital commander (left) Col. John P. Cook and deputy commander for administration Col. Mike Heimall April 9 for their contributions to Soldiers, Families and Retirees' healthcare. After leaving BACH, he toured the Dental command and the Rascon School of Combat Medicine. Later that evening, he served as the keynote speaker for the 86th Combat Support Hospital Ball. (Photo Credit: Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL