BJACH opens 4-10 Embedded Behavioral Health Center
The grand opening of 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division’s Embedded Behavioral Health Center was held June 18 at bldg 1170, behind Glory Chapel. Col. Mark C. Wilhite, Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital commander, opened the event by signing the Army Medicine Health Care Covenant.
The covenant communicates the hospital’s commitment to deliver maximized physical and behavioral health promotion, improved quality outcome focused care and services and better access and continuity of care. In the covenant BJACH also commits to providing the highest quality care, support during the healing process, assistance in returning soldiers to duty or assisting their transition to civilian life and a healing environment that focuses on mind, body and spirit.