Army Medical Recruiting Station Houston, Texas

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Soldiers have the ability to impact the world in many ways. Capt. Holly Weaver, a 66H Medical Surgical Nurse, is now wor...
04/16/2021

Soldiers have the ability to impact the world in many ways. Capt. Holly Weaver, a 66H Medical Surgical Nurse, is now working as a #HealthcareRecruitingOfficer at the Kansas City Medical Recruiting Station where she joined the U.S. Army over 10 years ago.

As the cohost for the “#MyArmyMedicineStory” series with Otis Toussaint from the Office of the Surgeon General, she has made quite an impact. The series features #ArmyMedicineOfficers who are currently serving to showcase the work of #ArmyMedicine Professionals both to the force and to motivate and inspire medical professionals to join the U.S. Army.

The “My Army Medicine Story” series can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/5thMedicalRecruitingBattalion/videos

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Soldiers have the ability to impact the world in many ways. Capt. Holly Weaver, a 66H Medical Surgical Nurse, is now working as a #HealthcareRecruitingOfficer at the Kansas City Medical Recruiting Station where she joined the U.S. Army over 10 years ago.

As the cohost for the “#MyArmyMedicineStory” series with Otis Toussaint from the Office of the Surgeon General, she has made quite an impact. The series features #ArmyMedicineOfficers who are currently serving to showcase the work of #ArmyMedicine Professionals both to the force and to motivate and inspire medical professionals to join the U.S. Army.

The “My Army Medicine Story” series can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/5thMedicalRecruitingBattalion/videos

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Join us for the Army Physician Interview Series! TONIGHT, Cohosts Mr. Otis Toussaint and Capt. Holly Weaver with guest c...
04/14/2021

Join us for the Army Physician Interview Series!

TONIGHT, Cohosts Mr. Otis Toussaint and Capt. Holly Weaver with guest co-host Capt. Brandon Parham along with special guest Lt. Col. Dr. Brigg (Army EM Physician) discuss #MedicalCorps programs and Dr. Brigg will share his experience as an Army EM Physician.

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Join us for the Army Physician Interview Series!

TONIGHT, Cohosts Mr. Otis Toussaint and Capt. Holly Weaver with guest co-host Capt. Brandon Parham along with special guest Lt. Col. Dr. Brigg (Army EM Physician) discuss #MedicalCorps programs and Dr. Brigg will share his experience as an Army EM Physician.

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#Army Medicine.  For information on careers with the U.S. Army Medical Department, please download the U.S. Army Medicin...
04/13/2021

#Army Medicine. For information on careers with the U.S. Army Medical Department, please download the U.S. Army Medicine Careers App located in the Apple store or the Android Play Store.

#Army Medicine. For information on careers with the U.S. Army Medical Department, please download the U.S. Army Medicine Careers App located in the Apple store or the Android Play Store.

Leovinia Evans had always known she wanted to commit her career to the improvement of other's lives. #SocialWork was a n...
04/12/2021

Leovinia Evans had always known she wanted to commit her career to the improvement of other's lives. #SocialWork was a natural path for her & now she will attend a #MasterofSocialWork program as a recipient of an Army-healthcare scholarship. #MSWstudent #futuresocialworker

Leovinia Evans had always known she wanted to commit her career to the improvement of other's lives. #SocialWork was a natural path for her & now she will attend a #MasterofSocialWork program as a recipient of an Army-healthcare scholarship. #MSWstudent #futuresocialworker

Have any purple in your closet? Get it out and #PurpleUp today for military kids across the globe. #PurpleUpDay #ArmyMOM...
04/05/2021

Have any purple in your closet? Get it out and #PurpleUp today for military kids across the globe. #PurpleUpDay #ArmyMOMC #MonthoftheMilitaryChild #momc #kidsservetoo

In the comments below, tell us how awesome your military children are! SOUND OFF! #TheyServetoo

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Have any purple in your closet? Get it out and #PurpleUp today for military kids across the globe. #PurpleUpDay #ArmyMOMC #MonthoftheMilitaryChild #momc #kidsservetoo

In the comments below, tell us how awesome your military children are! SOUND OFF! #TheyServetoo

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03/23/2021
PUSHING BEYOND, THE LIFE OF AN ARMY OBGYN

Dr. Brit Geisler graduated from high school in Kailua, HI. She commissioned through Oregon State University ROTC with a Bachelors of Science in Microbiology and minors in Military Science and Chemistry. She attended Uniformed Services University’s F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine and received her Doctor of Medicine.

She completed her Gynecologic Surgery and Obstetrics residency at San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium at Joint Base San Antonio, TX. She was stationed as a staff OB/GYN at Fort Polk, LA and interim Chief of the Women’s Health Department. While at Fort Polk, she was deployed with 3rd Cavalry Regiment to Afghanistan as the Regimental Support Squadron Surgeon and OIC of the Role 2 Aid Station during the retrograde of Operation Enduring Freedom.

She continued with their follow on mission transitioning to Operations Resolute Support as the Squadron Surgeon as well as the Regional Command-East’s Senior Medical Advisor to the Afghan National Police. She was then transferred to Fort Wainwright, AK as the Chief of the Women’s Health Department then transitioned to the Hospital Risk Manager while maintaining full scope OBGYN practice.

MAJ(P) Geisler is a graduate of the U.S. Army Medical Department Basic and Advanced Officer Leadership Course, Tactical Combat Medical Care Course, Flight Surgeon Course, and the Executive Skills Course. She has earned attendance at the MHS Female Physician Leadership Course and AMEDD Iron Majors Week. She is board certified through the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and holds a medical license in Nebraska. MAJ(P) Geisler is also a member of both the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Society of Federal Health Professionals.

Her awards and decorations include: Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (1 Oak Leaf Cluster), the Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal (2 Campaign Stars), Global War on Terror Medal, Army Service Medal, NATO medal, Flight Surgeon Badge, and the Expert Field Medical Badge.

Her interests include anything Peloton, fitness, travel and spending time with friends and family.

03/23/2021
PUSHING BEYOND, THE LIFE OF AN ARMY OBGYN

Dr. Brit Geisler graduated from high school in Kailua, HI. She commissioned through Oregon State University ROTC with a Bachelors of Science in Microbiology and minors in Military Science and Chemistry. She attended Uniformed Services University’s F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine and received her Doctor of Medicine.

She completed her Gynecologic Surgery and Obstetrics residency at San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium at Joint Base San Antonio, TX. She was stationed as a staff OB/GYN at Fort Polk, LA and interim Chief of the Women’s Health Department. While at Fort Polk, she was deployed with 3rd Cavalry Regiment to Afghanistan as the Regimental Support Squadron Surgeon and OIC of the Role 2 Aid Station during the retrograde of Operation Enduring Freedom.

She continued with their follow on mission transitioning to Operations Resolute Support as the Squadron Surgeon as well as the Regional Command-East’s Senior Medical Advisor to the Afghan National Police. She was then transferred to Fort Wainwright, AK as the Chief of the Women’s Health Department then transitioned to the Hospital Risk Manager while maintaining full scope OBGYN practice.

MAJ(P) Geisler is a graduate of the U.S. Army Medical Department Basic and Advanced Officer Leadership Course, Tactical Combat Medical Care Course, Flight Surgeon Course, and the Executive Skills Course. She has earned attendance at the MHS Female Physician Leadership Course and AMEDD Iron Majors Week. She is board certified through the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and holds a medical license in Nebraska. MAJ(P) Geisler is also a member of both the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Society of Federal Health Professionals.

Her awards and decorations include: Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (1 Oak Leaf Cluster), the Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal (2 Campaign Stars), Global War on Terror Medal, Army Service Medal, NATO medal, Flight Surgeon Badge, and the Expert Field Medical Badge.

Her interests include anything Peloton, fitness, travel and spending time with friends and family.

Congratulations to CPT Marie Timm (65B, Physical Therapist) who recently graduated the SAPPER Leader Course! 🙌🏼 CPT Timm...
03/05/2021

Congratulations to CPT Marie Timm (65B, Physical Therapist) who recently graduated the SAPPER Leader Course! 🙌🏼 CPT Timm plans to use this experience to train future 1BCT 82nd Airborne Sapper Leaders and Best Sapper Competitors. Way to go CPT Timm! In her own words “It’s never too late to follow your dreams!” #spcorps #armyDPT #armyphysicaltherapist #holistichealthandfitness

“It’s all about who you are with, and connecting with others. No matter what we have done, or where it happened in the w...
03/04/2021
Fairfield, Illinois Army Reserve Veterinarian concludes 21 years of military service

“It’s all about who you are with, and connecting with others. No matter what we have done, or where it happened in the world, the best part of the job has been experiencing it with other Soldiers of a similar mindset."

Col. Loren Adams, an Army Reserve Veterinarian, reflects on his 21 year career.

Read more at https://www.dvidshub.net/news/390311/fairfield-illinois-army-reserve-veterinarian-concludes-21-years-military-service
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Col. Loren Adams, an Army Reserve Veterinarian from Fairfield, Illinois, retired March 1, 2002 after more than 20 years of service to his nation.

Finish #MedicalSchool debt free as a recipient of the Army Health Professions Scholarship Program. Comprehensive #HPSP b...
03/02/2021

Finish #MedicalSchool debt free as a recipient of the Army Health Professions Scholarship Program. Comprehensive #HPSP benefits include full-tuition paid, a monthly stipend, & expense reimbursement.

Thank you to those who continue to provide us with expert care under incredible circumstances!#armymedicine #servingtohe...
03/01/2021

Thank you to those who continue to provide us with expert care under incredible circumstances!

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As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, we feature the inspirational leader and Army Nurse Colonel Leslie Curti...
02/24/2021

As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, we feature the inspirational leader and Army Nurse Colonel Leslie Curtis- Glanton in the series My Army Medicine Story.

The livestream will be live on the Army Medicine and U.S. Army 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion Facebook and YouTube pages Wednesday February 24th at 1130 CST/ 1230 EST

Hope to see you there!

The best way to prevent #COVID19 is to avoid being exposed. Social distancing is everyone’s responsibility. When pos-sib...
02/22/2021

The best way to prevent #COVID19 is to avoid being exposed. Social distancing is everyone’s responsibility. When pos-sible, keep six feet between you and others, even when you are outdoors.

Learn more at: https://go.usa.gov/xGpx7

In July 1964, Margaret E. Bailey became the first African American to be promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. #ArmyMedicineHi...
02/22/2021

In July 1964, Margaret E. Bailey became the first African American to be promoted to Lieutenant Colonel.

#ArmyMedicineHistory #MargaretBailey #ArmyNurseCorps #BlackHistoryMonth

🎓 Do you have a medical degree? 💼 Hustling to find the right job? Well look no further! Put your knowledge and skills to...
02/20/2021

🎓 Do you have a medical degree?

💼 Hustling to find the right job?

Well look no further! Put your knowledge and skills to the test and become a Healthcare Officer in the U.S. Army!
www.goarmy.com/amedd

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02/18/2021
Why I Serve | CPT Whitfield

Why I Serve
Capt. Emrick Whitfield, veterinary clinic officer in charge, Area Support Group Kuwait, describes what it means to her to serve in the military.

(U.S. Army video by Sgt. 1st Class Noel Gerig, 1st TSC Public Affairs)

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02/17/2021

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02/16/2021

Answer the call!

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02/15/2021

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02/12/2021
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US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC)s commanding general speaks about the importance of black leaders and highlights his military career's many influences.

Be on the lookout to hear more from Maj. Gen. Kevin Vereen and three #USAREC noncommissioned officers about their experiences as black Soldiers in the @USArmy and their thoughts on diversity, inclusion and the changes happening in today's #Army.

#BlackHistoryMonth #ArmyDiversity #PeopleFirst

Introducing the new series "My Army Medicine Story"Co-Hosted by Otis Toussaint, Office of the Surgeon General and Captai...
02/12/2021

Introducing the new series "My Army Medicine Story"

Co-Hosted by Otis Toussaint, Office of the Surgeon General and Captain Holly Weaver, U.S. Army 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion.

This series will highlight inspirational individuals within the Army Medicine Profession. We kick off the series by honoring Black History Month and highlighting the Army Nurse Captain Stephen Campbell, Brigade Combat Team Nurse for the 82nd Airborne Division.

Livestream will be on the Army Medicine or U.S. Army 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion Facebook and YouTube pages.

Maj. Jodi Stoafer, Kansas City Medical Recruiting Officer in Charge went to Alaska “virtually” last Tuesday to be the gu...
02/09/2021

Maj. Jodi Stoafer, Kansas City Medical Recruiting Officer in Charge went to Alaska “virtually” last Tuesday to be the guest speaker for the Bassett Army Community Hospital Army Nurse Corps 120th Celebration. During her speech, Maj. Stoafer left the young nurses with this wisdom,

“If you have ever felt that you do not belong- know that you do. If you have felt you have not been seen - know that you are. You belong here— in this time, this moment, just as you are.”

An inspiring presentation that focused on the adversity of 2020 but also stressed the importance of caring for our own physical and mental well-being.
“Diverse in Talent, United in Mission”
Job well done, ma’am!
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Dreams come true, get ready to live them. #usarmy #army #dreams #inourboots #BlackHistoryMonth #ArmyMedicine
02/08/2021

Dreams come true, get ready to live them.

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Happy 120th Birthday to the U.S. Army Nurse Corps1st Lt. Cole Stewart was named one of Center for Junior Officers’ “30 U...
02/02/2021

Happy 120th Birthday to the U.S. Army Nurse Corps
1st Lt. Cole Stewart was named one of Center for Junior Officers’ “30 Under 30 Developers” which honors leaders who excel in developing others. He was one of only three Army Medicine
officers and the only U.S. Army Nurse Corps officer to be recognized.

Stewart serves as the vice president of Tripler’s Junior Officer Council where he doubled the amount of Officer Professional Development presentations. As a mentor to junior enlisted in his department, Stewart has formed relationships that have translated to helping Soldiers create career plans, apply to Physician Assistant school and prepare for higher level education. Stewart has also partnered with his alma mater’s ROTC recruiting program, providing mentorship via a virtual meeting platform. One of his coworkers says that “1st Lt. Stewart is the type of leader who ensures his peers rise along with him.”

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