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Network Spotlight: The Center for the Intrepid 

The Center for the Intrepid

The Center for the Intrepid is a four-story, 65,000-square-foot, circular building where doctors, therapists, technicians, and specialists provide advanced rehabilitative care to service members recovering from amputations and other catastrophic injuries. The $55 million, publicly-funded center, opened adjacent to Brooke Army Medical Center on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Jan. 29, 2007. CFI offers a vast array of services to include military performance lab, occupational therapy, physical therapy, prosthetics, case management and behavioral medicine. Much of the technology found in the CFI can't be found anywhere else in the world. | Learn Moregoes to BAMC


 

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Bassett Army Community Hospital

 

Brooke Army Medical Center

 

Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi

 

2d Medical Group - Barksdale Air Force Base

 

5th Medical Group - Minot Air Force Base

 

6th Medical Group - MacDill Air Force Base

 

7th Medical Group - Dyess Air Force Base

 

8th Medical Group - Kunsan Air Base

 

14th Medical Group - Columbus Air Force Base

 

17th Medical Group - Goodfellow Air Force Base

 

18th Medical Group - Kadena Air Base

 

19th Medical Group - Little Rock Air Force Base

 

22d Medical Group - McConnell Air Force Base

 

28th Medical Group - Ellsworth Air Force Base

 

35th Medical Group - Misawa Air Base

 

36th Medical Group - Andersen Air Force Base

 

42d Medical Group - Maxwell Air Force Base

 

47th Medical Group - Laughlin Air Force Base

 

49th Medical Group - Holloman Air Force Base

 

51st Medical Group - Osan Air Base

 

56th Medical Group - Luke Air Force Base

 

59th Medical Wing - Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center

 

60th Medical Group - Travis Air Force Base

 

71st Medical Group - Vance Air Force Base

 

81st Medical Group - Keesler Air Force Base

 

82d Medical Group - Sheppard Air Force Base

 

87th Medical Group - Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

 

90th Medical Group - F.E. Warren Air Force Base

 

92d Medical Group - Fairchild Air Force Base

 

97th Medical Group - Altus Air Force Base

 

341st Medical Group - Malmstrom Air Force Base

 

354th Medical Group - Eielson Air Force Base

 

374th Medical Group - Yokota Air Base

 

375th Medical Group - Scott Air Force Base

 

377th Medical Group - Kirtland Air Force Base

 

436th Medical Group - Dover Air Force Base

 

509th Medical Group - Whiteman Air Force Base

 

673d Medical Group - Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson

 

628th Medical Group - Joint Base Charleston

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