Army's top enlisted officer calls Cincinnati a top spot for improving military medicine

Sgt. Maj. Raymond Chandler tours UC Medical Center

CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati is a national leader for improving military medical care, said the top enlisted officer in the U.S. Army.

Sergeant Major Raymond Chandler III, who serves as the Army chief of staff’s personal adviser on all enlisted-related matters, met with military and civilian doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center Wednesday as part of a day-long trip to celebrate the Army’s 239th birthday.

His visit heavily focused on the intersection of civilian and military medical research and training being done here, given UC Medical Center partnerships with the U.S. Air Force, the UC College of Medicine and the Cincinnati Veterans Administration hospital.

Insiders can read more about the visit, why Chandler points to Cincinnati as a leader in military health care and can view more photos of his visit. 

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