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CF H Svc Centre

MedCorps

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Quick questions... does anyone know which CF H Svcs units provides medical support to:

CFS Dundurn
CFB Goose Bay
ASU Northern Ontario in Sault Ste Marie
CFS St John’s
CFJHQ Yellowknife

Cheers,

MC


 

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Yellowknife have a PA and MedA on staff, use a contracted Doctor. Dental and other Med Support is provided through Garrison Edmonton.

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MedCorps said:
Quick questions... does anyone know which CF H Svcs units provides medical support to:

CFS Dundurn
CFB Goose Bay
ASU Northern Ontario in Sault Ste Marie
CFS St John’s
CFJHQ Yellowknife

Cheers,

MC

Could be wrong but CFS St. John's uses a civy Doctor and mostly MED A's from 35 Field Amb det in 36 SVC BN
 

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Subject to change, but IIRC, Dundurn is a sub-det of Edmonton, Goose is a sub-det of Greenwood, the Sault is a sub-det of God only Knows, St John's is a sub-det of Halifax, and Yellowknife is joint between Recruiting and Northern Region - likely administered by Edmonton though.

I'm pretty sure of most, a couple might be coming out of my smelly part.

Cheers.

MM

 

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This is what I have (without having access to the DIN for the next few weeks, it is hard to check).

It is in reply to a PM someone sent me here asking about which CFHS unit provide base medical support where:

Base Medical Units:

1 Field Ambulance General Support Company - CFB Edmonton
                - CFB Suffield
                - CFB Wainwright
                - ASU Calgary
                - JTFHQ North
2 Field Ambulance General Support Company - CFB Petawawa
5 Field Ambulance General Support Company - CFB Valcartier
11 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Shilo
21 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Comox
22 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Cold Lake
23 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre          - CFB Winnipeg
                - CFB Moose Jaw
                - CFS Dundurn 
24 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Trenton
                - CFB North Bay
                - ASU Northern Ontario 
25 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   – CFB Bagotville
26 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Greenwood
27 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Goosebay
                - CFS Gander 
31 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Borden
32 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - ASU Toronto
                - ASU London
                - LFCA TC Meaford
33 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Kingston
41 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - ASU St Jean
42 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre   - CFB Gagetown
Canadian Forces Health Services Centre (Atlantic) - CFB Halifax
                - CFS St John’s
Canadian Forces Health Services Centre (Ottawa) - National Capital Region
Canadian Forces Health Services Centre (Pacific)  - CFB Esquimalt
                  - ASU Chilliwack


Comments?

MC

 

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A few things wrong there.
example - 1 HSG takes care of Chilliwack, not Pacific.
It's hard to see but I attached a pdf org chart in my last post.
You'll see the Group numbers are in columns 1 Edmonton, 2 Winnipeg, 3 Toronto, 4 Montreal etc.
The clinics and dets have a fire dept. like numbering system..
1 Group, Clinic 1 is 11 CF H Svcs C Shilo
2 Group, Clinic 1 is 21 CF H Svcs C Comox
2 Group, Clinic 2 is 22 CF H Svcs C Cold Lake  etc


<edit: cleaned up my own post>

 

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I think only 1 HSG (Edmonton) and 4 HSG (Montreal) were the only HSG's to stand up when all was said and done at the end of the day....  2 HSG never stood up.

Unless I missed something while I have been away from the CFHS for the past few years... which could have happened (as I look around now that I am making my grand return to the CFHS I am noticing lots of things have changed... damn.. should have paid more attention...)

Cheers,

MC
 

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Just spent the summer at ASU Chilliwack, and there is NO Med Support there anymore.  You have to use on of the civi clinics, or go the CFB Esquimalt if it's serious enought.

Northern Ontario and the Sault, there are NO Reg force units except I think a few in CFB NorthBay.  Therefore if you get hurt on duty there, good luck in the local Hospital ( if there is one),  Otherwise support comes from CFB Northbay.

 
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