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Thank you for your interest in the Fort George G. Meade MEDDAC, home of Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center. The Fort George G. Meade MEDDAC, our hospital, all our clinics, healthcare providers and staff are working hard to provide safe, quality healthcare to our beneficiaries. Find out about some of the things we are doing below.

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 News

 

What a catch! Civilian employee recognized with the Golden Glove (Good Catch) Award

8/14/2017

While examining the smear she saw what appeared to be malarial parasites and immediately alerted her supervisor ...Read more

MEDDAC welcomes new Senior Enlisted Advisor

8/4/2017

Col. Daniel G. Bonnichsen, MEDDAC Commander, welcomed Command Sgt. Maj. Gurrola and looks forward to join forces in advancing the mission and medical readiness of the Fort Meade MEDDAC. ...Read more

Kimbrough welcomes new Chiropractic Doctor

7/10/2017

Bickford is still looking forward to meeting the KACC team members and continue to provide medical readiness to the active duty population. ...Read more

MEDDAC Soldiers Visit Site of America's Bloodiest Day

5/4/2017

On May 04, 2017, officers and senior non-commissioned officers representing the Fort Meade Medical Department Activity (MEDDAC) toured Antietam National Battlefield on a military staff ride. Guided by a military historian from the U.S. Army War College, the MEDDAC leaders explored the historic site where some 23,000 Americans on both sides of the conflict had been wounded or killed in the first major battle of the war to occur on Union soil. ...Read more

 

 

 

 

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Medic Takes Oath with Charters of Freedomhttp://www.army.mil/article/151350/Medic Takes Oath with Charters of Freedom
Leadership Reins Change Hands at Fort Meade MEDDAChttps://www.army.mil/article/171884/Leadership Reins Change Hands at Fort Meade MEDDAC
MEDDAC Soldiers Visit Site of America's Bloodiest Dayhttps://www.army.mil/article/187356/meddac_soldiers_visit_site_of_americas_bloodiest_dayMEDDAC Soldiers Visit Site of America's Bloodiest Day
 
 


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