April 30, 2013

Army Reserve Soldiers train at world-renowned Mayo Clinic by Gonda Bock

By Logan Lafferty

This fictitious scenario actually played out at the Mayo Multidisciplinary Simulation Training Center, or MMSTC, in Rochester, Minn., where the 865th Combat Support Hospital, or CSH, was doing a training exercise…The first steps toward the development of this partnership between the Army Reserve and world renowned Mayo Clinic began in 2011 when Dr. Walter Franz, an Army Reserve colonel in the Medical Corps and a family medicine physician at Mayo, was looking for a place to train members of the 945th Forward Surgical Team, 807th Medical Command Deployment Support, from Fort Snelling, Minn.



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