Air Force Medical Operations Agency

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Air Force Medical Operations Agency
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Active 1 July 1992 - Present
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Garrison/HQ Lackland Air Force Base

The Air Force Medical Operations Agency (AFMOA) oversees execution of the Air Force Surgeon General policies supporting Air Force expeditionary capabilities, healthcare operations, and national security strategy. It provides expert consultative leadership support to 75 military treatment facilities and eight major commands to ensure cost-effective, modern, and prevention-based healthcare continuum for 2.6 million beneficiaries worldwide. The AFMOA directs and supports the clinical currency of 43,131 healthcare professionals providing 6.6 million visits and 133,500 bed days. It provides clinical and population health data and analysis to AF/SG and MAJCOM surgeons. The agency partners with the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs), Secretary of the Air Force, Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.[1]

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