Top Military Official Discusses Improvements and Challenges for Medical Services
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Two years ago, dreadful conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. focused a harsh light on military health care. Especially for service members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
So how has the medical system changed since then, and where is there room for improvement?
Joining us on Morning Edition is Major General Keith Meurlin (Merlin). He works in the office of the Secretary of Defense for personnel and readiness
Tomorrow morning, we'll have the second part of our conversation with the major general about military health care.
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