Basic Medical Care Program Successful
The US and Iraqi Soldiers have teamed up to provide a number of different basic medical care evolutions recently. The joint forces combined to perform a series of medical operations at Khatad Village, Iraq.
The majority of the people that were served by the medical effort were citizens with routine medical issues, bumps, bruises, as well as colds and flu. Most of the different issues were as a result of mothers taking their children in to be examined, and seen.
The routine health concerns were sent to the local civil operations center to be followed up upon, but there were also several issues that presented at the health center that were not routine.
Members of the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division light infantry were standing by providing security and assistance to the surgeons and doctors, and other medical staff from both Iraq and the coalition.
The American Soldiers began to realize that the concerns and health issues that are encountered by the citizens of Iraq are much the same as those that are found back in the United States. The medical teams worked together to give basic medical care for the different Iraqi people that attended.
There are different Medical operations that are planned for the future, and the ability to work together is very important as well as being able to succeed in dealing with different medical and humanitarian issues.