- To maximize operational readiness and keep the Uniformed Services mission-ready.
- To provide quality primary, sub-specialty and emergency care services in a caring, patient and family centered environment.
- To provide outstanding, customer-focused services for the DoD family.
- To contribute to distinguished graduate and undergraduate medical education and ensure professional development for all staff members.
- To actively collaborate in an integrated National Capital Area Health System.
- To provide and coordinate healthcare services for patients appropriate to the specialtiesA branch of medicine or surgery that a doctor specializes in. and subspecialties of Internal Medicine, Dermatology, Pediatrics, and Neurology to include examination, diagnosis, treatment, and proper disposition.
- To coordinate and direct the operation of the medical specialty functions of the command.
- To provide 24/7 on-call care services in a patient and family centered environment.
- To provide command Social Work support.
- To provide a culture of scientific inquiry that facilitates clinical and translational research.
- Directs, plans, coordinates, implements, and evaluates activities related to the delivery of inpatient and ambulatory care within the designated medical services of the hospital.
- Ensures the prompt and proper distribution of patients from the medical services as provided by law and regulations.
- Conducts and coordinates appropriate professional training for the medical services staff.
- Assists in developing hospital policy, devising procedures essential to achieving objectives, developing and evaluating medical service programs.
- Ensures that staff maintains the highest standards of professional services and keep the quality of care at the optimal level.
- Participates in and conducts appropriate portions of the WRNMMC education programs.
- Initiates, conducts, or participates in clinical and/or research studies for professional growth and development.
Last Updated 5/27/2020