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Table 1 Staffing requirements 4 bed facility

From: Toward a US Army Pacific (USARPAC) rapid deployment medical component in support of Human Assistance/Disaster Relief (HA/DR) operations: challenges with “Going in Light”

1 X 61 J General Surgeon w/Trauma experience
1 X 61 M Orthopedic Surgeon
1 X 66F Nurse Anesthetist
1 X 68Q Pharmacy Specialist
1 X 66S Critical Care Nurse w/behavioral health experience
1 X 66H Medical Surgical Nurse/Trauma experience
1 X 68D OR Tech
1 X 66P Family Nurse Practitioner w/behavioral health experience
1 X 68C Practical Nursing Specialist
2 X 68 W Health Care Specialists one dual-hatted for supply
1 X 68P Radiology Specialist
1 X 68 K Laboratory Specialist
13 Total
Possibly expanded to 15 with other specialties per mission requirements
  1. If there is a need for Preventive Medicine personnel, they will be TACON and OPCON to the Teams, but ADCON to a higher Command Level. Research shows that Preventive Med is needed more Pre-and-Post Disaster
  2. The Numbers/Letters are U.S. Army (Medical) Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) designations denoted by their respective corresponding job title