News Archive
From RT to M.D. – A METC Graduate’s Journey
June 17, 2024
Dr. Jared Katz is a former Army reserve respiratory therapist who graduated from the Medical Education and Training Campus Respiratory Therapy (RT) course. Along his journey to medical school, Katz utilized his RT skills to help save lives during the coronavirus pandemic. He reached his goal of graduating from Dartmouth Medical School in May 2024.

Navy Transfers Maxillofacial Tech Course to METC
May 31, 2024
A student works in the maxillofacial laboratory. The Maxillofacial Dental Laboratory Technician course recently transitioned from the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery to the Medical Education and Training Campus.

PMT Graduates Support Military Partners
May 31, 2024
A Navy graduate of the METC Preventive Medicine Technician course participates in the Entomology block of the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence Preventive Medicine Operations course by conducting mosquito larvae surveillance at Salado Creek.

Medical Education and Training Campus Receives Reaccreditation of its Urology Technician Program From the Certification Board for Urologic Nurses & Associates
March 27, 2024
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METC Educators and USU CAHS Support Enlisted Service Members
March 4, 2024
U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Corey Terry, METC Ophthalmic Technician program instructor, was appointed by the College of Allied Health Sciences as an Assistant Professor.

Spurs’ Zach Collins Visits METC
February 1, 2024
Zach Collins, San Antonio Spurs player, signs autographs for students, staff and instructors while visiting the Medical Education and Training Campus, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, TX, Jan. 25, 2024.

METC Pharmacy Training Lab named in honor of late program director
December 13, 2023
METC Pharmacy Training Lab Named in Honor of Late Program Director

METC Programs Mitigate Heat Challenges
November 6, 2023
A group of Pharmacy students begin their mock practical exam on outpatient pharmacy hoods located in the loading dock of Heritage Hall.

METC Ultrasound Student Praised for Catching Abnormal Scan
September 18, 2023
Hospital Corpsman Second Class Douglass Jones is presented with a coin from the Medical Education and Training Campus Commandant, Col. David Walmsley, for Jones' outstanding attention to detail while conducting a practice scan on a student, leading him to recognize an abnormality that allowed the student to receive expedited care for a mass that could have later become symptomatic.

METC PTT Program Goes Digital
September 1, 2023
One benefit to using eBooks is their accessibility by METC students out-side of class time.