Talk:Medical Corps (United States Army)

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This page in support of AMEDD Article[edit]

This page was created as a redirect to Army Medical Department (United States) to provide a single point for articles on each of the AMEDD Corps to develop to the point of achieving independent article status. If you would like to contribute to an article on this branch, please do so at AMEDD. Thanks. --Mddake 04:45, 7 August 2005 (UTC)

Stand-alone article[edit]

This is now a stand-alone article. Valerius Tygart (talk) 14:47, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

Military vs. Civilian[edit]

Hi, it might be useful to state the number or percentage of Army Doctors that wear a uniform vs the number that are civilian employees.... --177.63.94.218 (talk) 12:30, 4 April 2013 (UTC)

Caduceus[edit]

Since we feature an image of the symbol (aside from the insignia patch) rather prominently in the article, does anyone think it might be worthwhile to at least briefly mention the criticism that its continued use has generated? For those unfamiliar, its use was championed by a single influential officer completely unfamiliar with the symbolism (it's a symbol of commerce, and not a medical symbol), which has led to its widespread adoption by other medical organisations in the United States, especially commercial ones. As such, its continued use by the Corps has been criticised within the medical profession and by academics, and its become a source of derision among professional medical organisations outside the U.S. Thoughts? Quinto Simmaco (talk) 22:05, 5 March 2015 (UTC)