Army Medical Corps
The Army Medical Corps is a branch of the United States Army responsible for providing medical services to soldiers, veterans, and their families. The corps includes active-duty physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who provide a wide range of medical services, including primary care, specialized care, and combat medicine. The corps also includes support staff such as medics, combat medics, and other healthcare specialists who provide medical support in the field. The Army Medical Corps is an essential component of the military’s healthcare system, and its members play a critical role in the care and treatment of soldiers and veterans.
Cadets who graduate from an Army-focused cadet college and choose to join the Army Medical Corps will have a head start in their training and may be able to advance more quickly through the ranks. The education and training they received in Kings Cadet College will have prepared them for the rigors of military service and will have given them a solid foundation in the skills and knowledge required for a career in the Army Medical Corps.