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By Matthew W. Lewis, Aimee Bower, Mishaw T. Cuyler, Rick Eden, Ronald E. Harper

Strive against help Hospitals, while no longer deployed, retain a partial set of apparatus at domestic station with the remaining in long term garage, a technique that has created upkeep and obsolescence demanding situations. This briefing describes a brand new process for configuring domestic station gear units and proposes that deploying CSHs get rid of a lot of the unit-owned gear at present in long term garage, activities that would sharply decrease overall gear bills.

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The leftmost pair of the three pairs of bars corresponds to the use of the 44-bed EEHE slice of the 84-bed hospital; the middle pair corresponds to the use of the 84-bed hospital (active) or MEET equipment set (reserve); and the rightmost pair corresponds to the use of the 164-bed hospital. It is not surprising that units rarely use their 164-bed hospitals, given the difficulty and expense that transporting them from SIAD to the unit and back again would entail. Regardless of whether CSHs prepare for deployment by training on home station equipment or on the equipment at a training site, much of the equipment they train on will likely not be the same as what they fall in upon in theater.

They also noted that most of the equipment their CSHs train with does not match the equipment they will use in theater if they deploy, and they report negative effects from the mismatch, even though personnel from the arriving CSH can adapt to the new equipment by working alongside the personnel from the redeploying CSH. They expressed a desire to train on equipment like that in theater. Reserve component CSH commanders felt comfortable with relying on shared equipment to meet both their training and deployment needs.

Focus group participants indicated that in order to train both clinical and maintenance personnel, combat support hospitals require timely access to appropriate types of specific sets of equipment in sufficient quantities. Generalizations regarding equipment access for training are difficult because training is a complex area with requirements varying on many dimensions, including component (active and reserve), ARFORGEN pool (Reset, Train/Ready, Available); type of personnel needing access to the equipment (clinicians, maintainers); and level of training (individual, collective, unit).

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