North American Marines will do intensive training in Tierra del Fuego

The US military signed an agreement with the most important private health center in Río Grande, as medical support for “the training of troops that will be intensified in the area in the coming months.”

15 de June de 2024 18:07

Maj Matthew Grill (USMC), Capt Samuel Koranda (USMC - cold weather expert), Petty Officer 1st Class Jeremy Hoyer (US Navy Doc), CF IM Miguel Ángel Vaca, CC IM Ruben Ayala., TN MED Guillermo Lacour and Drs. Francisco De Bello, Jorge Lozano, Daniel Duarte and Sebastián De Bello representing CEMeP..

The Pediatric Specialties Medical Center of the city of Río Grande not only received a visit from members of the US Marine Corps and BIM 5, but they also signed “a cooperation agreement for the training of troops that will be intensified in the area in the coming months, for the purposes of having a health protocol against possible medical contingencies in the military exercises carried out by them.”

This is stated by the medical institution itself on its Facebook account, in a publication yesterday that reports on the meeting with “representatives of the Argentine Navy and the Navy of the United States of America (…), aimed at getting to know the facilities, the health capacity and a survey of the doctors the institution has. Among the different areas, laboratory services, hemotherapy, intensive care and the operating room sector were surveyed.”

 

Participating in the meeting: Maj Matthew Grill (USMC), Capt Samuel Koranda (USMC - cold weather expert), Petty Officer 1st Class Jeremy Hoyer (US Navy Doc), CF IM Miguel Ángel Vaca, CC IM Ruben Ayala., TN MED Guillermo Lacour and Drs. Francisco De Bello, Jorge Lozano, Daniel Duarte and Sebastián De Bello representing CEMeP.

By Agenda Malvinas

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