List of former United States Army medical units
The following is a list of former (deactivated or decommissioned) U.S. Army medical units – both fixed and deployable – with date when last active.
- 1 Named Hospitals
- 2 Deployable hospitals
- 3 Medical research units
- 4 Medical Command and Control
- 5 Other units
- 6 References
Civil War era
Note: an asterisk (*) denotes a civilian hospital temporarily commandeered by the Union Army.
- Baxter General Hospital, Burlington, VT (1865)
- Brown General Hospital
- Freedman's Hospital
- MacDougall Hospital
- Mower Hospital (1865)
- Satterlee Hospital (1865)
- Sloan General Hospital, Montpelier, VT (1865)
- Smith General Hospital, Brattleboro, VT (1865)
- Indianapolis City Hospital*
- Yale – New Haven Hospital* (as the "Knight United States Army General Hospital")
- York United States Army Hospital
Spanish American War
World War I
World War II
- Valley Forge General Hospital (1942–1974)
- Mason General Hospital, Long Island, New York (1944–1946; psychiatric facility; the film Let There Be Light was made there.)
- Churchill Hospital (1945)
- Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island, NYC (194?; named after Col. Paul Stacey Halloran; site later became the notorious Willowbrook State School)
- Wakeman General and Convalescent Hospital, Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh, Indiana
- Percy Jones Army Hospital (1954)
- Letterman Army Medical Center (1994)
- Frankfurt Army Regional Medical Center/[[97th General Hospital]/51st Combat Support Hospital] (1995)
- Gorgas Hospital (1997)
- Fitzsimons Army Medical Center (1999)
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center (2011)
- Depot Field Hospital (186?), City Point, Virginia
Numbered General Hospitals
World War I
- U.S. Army General Hospital No. 1, Williamsbridge, New York City (This location, Columbia Oval, is now within the Norwood, not Williamsbridge neighborhood of the Bronx.) This hospital was previously Columbia University's Columbia War Hospital.
- Mobile Hospital No. 4, France (ca. 1917-18; served in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive).
- Mobile Hospital No. 6, France (ca. 1917-18; served in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive).
- 115th Field Hospital US Army (Activated 28 December 1917)
World War II
- 4th General Hospital (1945), deployed to Australia, New Guinea, Philippines.
- 5th General Hospital (~1990?, Bad Cannstatt, Germany)
- 55th General Hospital (1945) Formed 1943 at Ft Smith, AK. Deployed to England and France.
- 114th General Hospital (1943-1944), deployed in Kidderminster, England.
- 118th General Hospital (1945)
- 203rd General Hospital (1945), deployed to England, Normandy, Paris.
- 3rd Mobile Army Surgical Hospital - Bien Hoa, Republic of Vietnam, 1966. Converted to 3rd MUST (Medical Unit, Self Contained, Transportable) for service in the Mekong Delta, at MeTho RSV, 1967. Originally placed under the 1st Logistics Command, it was later flagged under the 44th Medical Brigade (Late 1966?)
- 4th MASH Anniston Alabama 1974
- 5th MASH, Fort Bragg, NC (1982 ~1997) Converted from 5th Combat Support Hospital (MUST) to 5th MASH in 1982.
- 116th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, Delaware Army National Guard, Wilmington,DE
- 135th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, Missouri Army National Guard, Kansas City (1995)
- 159th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, Louisiana Army National Guard, New Orleans
- 8076th MASH
- 131st MASH, Temple Terrace, FL (FLARNG)
- 74th Field Hospital Bronx, New York / Orangeburg, New York (US Army Reserve) (First USAR Hospital mobilized for service in Vietnam)
- 42nd Field Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky
- 47th Field Hospital, Fort Sill, Oklahoma
- 46th Combat Support Hospital Fort Devens, Massachusetts (-1994)
- 67th Combat Support Hospital (2007)
- 85th Combat Support Hospital (1974–76)
- 331st Combat Support Hospital Utica, New York (US Army Reserve)
- 339th Combat Support Hospital Pittsburgh, PA (2011) (US Army Reserve)
- 344th Combat Support Hospital Fort Totten, New York (US Army Reserve)
324th Combat Support Hospital--WHERE is it?? 16th Combat Support Hospital, Ft Riley, KS
World War I
World War II
- 93rd Evacuation Hospital (199?)
- 95th Evacuation Hospital (199?)
- 320th Evacuation Hospital New York, New York (US Army Reserve)
- 343rd Evacuation Hospital Fort Hamilton, New York
Medical research units
- Army Industrial Hygiene Laboratory
- Armored Medical Research Laboratory (1961)
- United States Army Medical Unit (1969), precursor of USAMRIID
- United States Army Institute of Dental Research (1993), remnants now part of US Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR)
- United States Army Environmental Hygiene Agency (1994), now USAPHC
- United States Army Medical Research Unit-Brazil (1997)
Medical Command and Control
- 7th Medical Command
- 9th Hospital Center
- 31st Medical Group
- 43rd Medical Group (1970)
- 55th Medical Group (2010)
- 67th Medical Group
- 68th Medical Group
- Aeromedical Isolation Team (2010)
- "Wakeman General & Convalescent Hospital". www.indianamilitary.org. Retrieved 2016-09-30.
- "Office of Medical History SECTION V OTHER GENERAL HOSPITALS CHAPTER XXV ARMY AND NAVY GENERAL HOSPITAL; GENERAL HOSPITAL, FORT BAYARD; LETTERMAN GENERAL HOSPITAL; GENERAL HOSPITALS, NOS. 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, AND 8". history.amedd.army.mil. Retrieved 6 January 2018.
- http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/msgfisher/3surg-1.htm and personal experience of Larry Sabin, Surgical Technician 3rd MASH 1966-67.
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