WVU Medicine employees were honored by U.S. Army Special Operations Command for their contribution and dedication to the Special Forces Medical Sergeant Program at a celebration at the Health Sciences Center Wednesday, March 15. For a CONNECT photo gallery from the event, click here.

In 2016, WVU became the first academic medical center in the country to host clinical rotations for soldiers training to become Special Forces Medical Sergeants.

A press release has more details about the partnership.

‚ÄčAlison Wilson, MD, director of the WVU Medicine Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center, and Col. Shawn F. Kane, of the U.S. Army Special Forces, speak before a crowd of WVU Medicine employees and military personnel at a celebration at the Fukushima Auditorium March 15.