The Surgical Care Line provides a broad spectrum of services, ranging from neurosurgery and cardiac surgery to orthopaedics and general surgery. Surgical training programs are conducted in Podiatry, Orthopaedics and General Surgery. Nonsurgical service is provided by Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Audiology. Since Eisenhower Army Medical Center is a regional medical center, numerous referrals, consults and site visits are conducted throughout the Southeast. These activities are coupled to a strong program of U.S. Army readiness training.
Welcome and Introduction
Welcome to the Surgical Care Line. We are here to serve the military community by providing surgical patient care and training surgeons for the future needs of our country. The surgical staff at Eisenhower hopes this web site will prove a helpful tool in communicating with you. We look forward to interacting via the net with all interested in the care of our patients, and the advancement of military medicine.
To provide outstanding health care to our beneficiaries. We are committed to providing the highest quality of military medicine while maintaining soldier readiness programs. As part of our support to this Nation's military force, we will advance the health care environment through medical technologies. We believe that our beneficiaries have the right to obtain professional health care regardless of financial or social status, ethnic or religious background. In practice, we promote the highest level of wholeness possible which is achieved through prevention of illness, restoration of health, maintenance of health, the alleviation of suffering and support the dying process. We will provide superb health care while supporting military operations worldwide.
The Surgical Care Line provides a variety of general and subspecialty health care services for all eligible beneficiaries within the Southeastern Regional Medical Command of the United States (SERMC). The subspecialty services include: