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HJF Opens New MIlitary Medical Research Facility in Texas

StethescopeonKeyboardThe Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine opened a new facility Monday in San Antonio, Texas as part of efforts to grow its advocacy work in military medical research.

That facility is based near San Antonio Military Medical Center and the foundation aims to promote business partnership throughout Texas and the southwestern United States, the HJF announced Monday.

Kenneth Crook, an HJF senior manager and former Army surgeon general, will head the new office and oversee new programs HJF at the center, which the foundation calls the U.S. military’s largest inpatient medical facility.

The 31-year Army Medical Department veteran has led HJF programs focused on the initial outfitting and transition of the Military Education and Training Campus and San Antonio Military Medical Center.

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