Director General Army Medical Services

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Director General Army Medical Services (DGAMS) is the head of the British Army's Army Medical Services. The Director General answers to the Adjutant-General.

The role of the Director General is to promote effective medical, dental and veterinary health services for the Army and provide a policy focus for individual medical training, doctrine and force development.

To Ensure that the Land Component Health and Veterinary Services Provided for Defence Capability are Fully Effective

— DGAMS Mission Statement

List of Directors General[edit]

Post-Second World War[edit]

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