Amy Bohrer receives Navy Medicine Reserve Duty Sailor of Year award

Amy Bohrer, Department of Surgery

Amy Bohrer, office supervisor in the Department of Surgery, CU School of Medicine, recently received the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery’s Reserve Duty Sailor of the Year award. Bohrer will go on to represent Navy Medicine in the Commander, Navy Reserve Force Sailor of the Year competition.

Navy Medicine consists of more than 30,000 active duty and reserve hospital corpsmen that deploy with Sailors and Marines worldwide, in both wartime and peacetime. The rating is the largest, most professionally diverse and highly decorated enlisted corps in the Navy.

Navy Medicine is a worldwide health care network of 63,00 personnel that provide health care support to the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, their families and veterans across the globe.

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