Develop strategic messages which communicate to internal and external publics how the AMEDD Center and School envisions, designs and trains the Army`s premier medical force.
Our people strengths of competency and compassion make Army Medicine. Army Strong. We are the Army Medical Department "think tank" that is the foundation on which the AMEDD is built, sustained and transformed to support military operations. We save lives - on and off the battlefield and our message to the American public, potential recruits, the civilian medical community and educators is "send us your best to be the best by joining the Army Medical Department team. The military and civilian men and women of the AMEDDC&S train and educate medical personnel, develop organizations and operation concepts and provide a professional work force for the Army Medical Department.
Directorate of Communications coordinates public affairs,
marketing and protocol support to command senior leaders and synchronizes staff
support for engagements with media, civic and business organizations,
affiliated universities and also international visitors to build lasting
medical relationships to enhance community relations and create awareness of
Army Medical Department Center and School and Army Medicine
initiatives/programs. DCOMM develops products, manages communication campaigns,
synchronizes command messaging planning and executes major command events.
DCOMM briefs media inquiries and local outreach engagements to the commander,
coordinates responses/interviews with subject matter experts, and reports media
and community outreach engagements to MEDCOM DCOMM. DCOMM is responsible for
command information products to include feature stories, photography,
management of the command internet website and Facebook. Release authority for
staff faculty and student public presentations, research manuscripts, and
Borden Institute publications.
DCOMM coordinates all AMEDDC&s communications plans
supporting OTSG/MEDCOM Public Affairs Guidance, Army Medicine Talking Points
and campaign plans directed by OTSG/MEDCOM such as Army Best Medic Competition
and Performance Triad.
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