You are Here:   Home > About Us

 Content

<< August >>
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
  1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31  

Last update:
July 23, 2020, 20:47

 

About Us

Army Banner

This is not an association which is rank orientated and irrespective of what rank you hold or have held, you are welcome.

The  RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED acts as a conduit to the RAAMC Committee for individuals and RAAMC Unit Associations.

The RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED encourages all members, especially those who have served in modern conflicts and operations to join the Association in its activities, especially on ANZAC Day.

The Association is fundamentally an Association for members and former members of the RAAMC, however, notwithstanding, it recognises that RAAMC Unit Associations have members from other Corps who were or are posted to the strength of a Unit. The RAAMC Association welcomes those members and encourages them to participate in RAAMC Association activities

The RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED is not an official part of the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps, however it is closely connected through serving members, both full-time and reserve, and the RAAMC service and veteran associations. Its role is to act as a conduit between these associations and the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps Committee and to provide support, guidance and advice. Its constitution forbids it to poach members from other associations. Serving and former RAAMC members who are members of any RAAMC association such as 1st Australian Field Hospital Association and 5th Field Ambulance Association are automatically members of the RAAMC and Health Service Corps Assn Inc. if they are in good standing with their respective association and submit the required application form. Non RAAMC serving and former members belonging to these associations who are members of other Corps, such as RAANC or RAASC, may apply as Special Members. Members of the RAAMC who do not belong to any association may also be members. Membership is free, however tax-deductible donations to the RAAMC Corps Committee is encouraged at any time.

The RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED website is privately funded and, as such, reserves the right to publish articles it sees fit and which are in the interest of its members and the RAAMC and Health Service Corps. Unlike official defence websites, which are obligated under Defence Instructions to only maintain a "hot link" to the Defence Minister’s site, the association. maintains a healthy balance and links its site to both the Minister and the Shadow Minister to ensure that the passage of relevant information is passed on to its members and is seen as being an apolitical organisation. Click here to view the RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED Constitution.

 

Association Minutes

  

 

VALE

COL Brenton Mollison RFD ED on Monday 20 July, 2020 at the Mary Potter Hospice in Adelaide

Our Condolences go to his family and friends.

 "LEST WE FORGET"

 

 

 

Queen's Birthday Honour's List June 2020

 The RAAMC and HSC Association Incorporated Congratulates all recipients in this year's (2020) Queen's Birthday Honour's List.

Colonel Steven Raymond GAUNT

For exceptional service as Commanding Officer of the 13th Combat Service Support Battalion, Senior Medical Officer, and Deputy Commander of the 13th Brigade. 

Brigadier Isaac Alexander Gregory SEIDL 

For exceptional service to the Australian Defence Force in health executive leadership. 

Dr Laurie Scott WARFE 

Woorarra West VIC 3960
For service to medicine, and to the community. 

Warrant Officer Class One Michael Stephen CLARKE 

For meritorious performance of duty as a Regimental Sergeant Major in the Australian Army. 

 

 

"BREAKING NEWS" 

SOAH Reunion 2020

The Schools of Army Health Reunion: Cancelled due to COVID 19

Subject to the best available medical advice the Schools of Army Health Dinner and Corps Birthday Reunion has unfortunately been cancelled.  
 
 
1 Mil Hosp Reunionand their families

To all members the 25th 1 Military Hospital Closure Anniversary Reunion is a GO!
Venue, Saturday 2 October 1900 hrs Howard Smith Wharves.
Cost, $100.00, which consists of a 3 hour Food and Drink Package, a Door Prize. The package consists of 3 hot and 3 cold Canapes + 2 Substantial Canapes and your Drinks for 3 Hours ( I say again this is a FOOD and Drinks Package, our last Reunion at the Broncos was $65.00 and you payed for your drinks on top of that}
On Sunday 3 October we will be holding a Memorial Service and B-B-Que at our Memorial Tree on the River bank at Yeronga, I am hoping that we will have a few Dollars left from the main event to supply meat for B-B-Que, a time yet to decided on.
Please remember you have until the end of August 2021 to pay your money, so no hurry but could all members who are interested or coming please say so in area provided.
Members please click on get tickets and you will be directed to where you pay for your ticket. This system keeps a running total of tickets sold, who is coming and interested parties. I will also put up a list of those members who are coming and interested at monthly intervals.
I hope as many of you come and make this a night to remember, I said last year when I decided to organize this that I wanted to make it a Food and Drink package and that is what we have organized for you all. Now I know some members may have Allergies to certain foods etc. mine being Garlic, so could anyone with Food Allergies please indicate in the comments section and we will endeavor to liaise with the management at the Venue to come up with safe foods.

Powered by CMSimple_XH | Template: ge-webdesign.de | test (X)html | test css | Login