List of former United States Army medical units

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Mower Army General Hospital, Philadelphia, in an 1863 lithograph. Note passenger train in foreground.

The following is a list of former (deactivated or decommissioned) U.S. Army medical units – both fixed and deployable – with date when last active.

Named Hospitals

Civil War era

Note: an asterisk (*) denotes a civilian hospital temporarily commandeered by the Union Army.

World War II

Later

Deployable hospitals

Civil War

Numbered General Hospitals

World War I

  • Mobile Hospital No. 4, France (ca. 1917-18; served in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive).
  • Mobile Hospital No. 6, France (ca. 1917-18; served in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive).
  • 115th Field Hospital US Army (Activated 28 December 1917)

World War II

Portable Surgical Hospitals

Mobile Army Surgical Hospitals

  • 5th MASH, Fort Bragg, NC (~1997)
  • 135th MASH, MoANG, Kansas City (1995)
  • 159th MASH, LaANG, New Orleans
  • 212th MASH (2006)
  • 8076th MASH
  • 116th MASH, DeANG, Wilmington,DE
  • 131st MASH, Temple Terrace, FL (FLARNG)

4th MASH Anniston Alabama 1974

Field Hospitals

  • 74th Field Hospital Bronx, New York / Orangeburg, New York (US Army Reserve) (First USAR Hospital mobilized for service in Vietnam)
  • 42nd Field Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky
  • 47th Field Hospital, Fort Sill, Kentucky

Combat Support Hospitals

  • 46th Combat Support Hospital Fort Devens, Massachusetts (-1994)
  • 67th Combat Support Hospital (2007)
  • 85th Combat Support Hospital (1974–76)
  • 331st Combat Support Hospital Utica, New York (US Army Reserve)
  • 344th Combat Support Hospital Fort Totten, New York (US Army Reserve)

Evacuation Hospitals

World War I

  • Evacuation Hospital No. 15, later 115th Field Hospital US Army (Activated 28 December 1917)

World War II

Later

Medical research units

Medical Command and Control

Other units

References

  1. ^ "Wakeman General & Convalescent Hospital". www.indianamilitary.org. Retrieved 2016-09-30.