Serves as the command advisor for all medical and health readiness matters. Promotes the integration of force health protection and health promotion principles and provides staff supervision over all aspects of health care. Facilitates and coordinates unit, individual, and leader development medical training curriculum in a disciplined combined arms
training environment. Advises on future force medical research development and medical capabilities integration to provide healthy and physically fit Soldiers to support Army Readiness.
TRADOC Surgeon’s Corner
- Medical readiness also includes prevention for this upcoming cold/influenza season. Prior planning and adequate training are essential to minimizing cold weather injuries.
- Cold weather injuries are preventable with command vigilance and application of risks management to ensure leaders and Soldiers are aware of the risks and potentially debilitating effects of cold weather conditions.Cold weather injuries are preventable with command vigilance and application of risks management to ensure leaders and Soldiers are aware of the risks and potentially debilitating effects of cold weather conditions.
- The flu is unpredictable and its severity can vary widely from season to season. Annually in the United States, 40 million cases of flu are reported resulting and as many as 750,000 hospitalizations due to serious complications. The best defenses against influenza are receiving the vaccination and practicing personal hygiene measures.
TRADOC SURGEON’S OFFICE
950 Jefferson Ave.
Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA 23604
Phone: Comm (757)-501-5633
FAX: DSN 501-5443 or 501-5382
TRADOC Surgeon’s Office Contact List
- DUTY POSITION – PHONE
- Command Surgeon – 5633
- Executive Officer – 5383
- Administrative Assistant – 5633
- Sergeant Major (SGM) – 5635
- Medical Operations Specialist – 5631
- Clinical Staff Officer – 5632
- Psychologist – 5636
- Health Promotion Project Officer – 5401
- Health Promotion Program Assistant – 5400
Army Injuries, Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention Overview
- Cold Weather Poster(CAC required)
- Cold Weather Injury Card (CAC required)
- Urine Color Test Card (CAC required)
- Sun Protection Poster (CAC required)
- Continuous Work Water Consumption Poster (CAC required)
- Heat Stress Card (CAC required)
- Heat Can Kill Poster (CAC required)
Human Performance (Taking Care of You)
The Human Performance Resource Center (HPRC) is an online, one-stop source of evidence-based information and key resources to help Warfighters and their families achieve total fitness and, ultimately, human performance optimization (HPO). HPRC can help you on your quest for total fitness and performance optimization. HPRC translates general and cutting-edge information and collects resources, strategies, tools, and apps/videos for the following domains:
- Family and Relationships
- Physical Fitness
- Dietary Supplements
- Mind Body
- Total Force Fitness
Human Performance Resource Center
Stress, Depression, and Suicide Prevention
TRADOC Pamphlet 600-22, Leader’s Guide for Risk Reduction and Suicide Prevention
The TRADOC HPC meets the requirement to convene a Health Promotion Council (HPC), for the purpose of monitoring the Health and Wellness of the TRADOC Force in accordance with the Army’s Health Promotion Program Regulation and Army’s Ready and Resilient (R2) end state effort.