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Military Health System

Civil Military Medicine

Supporting National Homeland Defense with Medical and Public Health Preparedness

The Civil Military Medicine Division (CMM) ensures the provision of the highest possible level and quality of health service support to military missions and domestic crisis that are outside the realm of major combat operations. Heavily involved with homeland disaster response—CMM works closely with groups at the federal, state, local, and tribal levels to ensure the safety and health of Service Members, Beneficiaries, and the American people.  

CMM Divisions

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