Tomah Chamber & Visitors Center Newsletter November 2019 Newsletter_digital - Page 7

Spotlights Member Spotlight: Gundersen Tomah Clinic (608) 372-4111 505 Gopher Driver Tomah Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Visit us at: gundersenhealth.org/tomah The Gundersen Tomah Clinic is a comprehensive medical facility that provides Primary Care, Vision, Behavioral Health, Pharmacy, 20+ specialty services including Orthopedic Surgery, Podiatry, OB/Gyn, General Surgery, Orthodontics, Renal Dialysis and a Cancer Center with Radiation Oncology. We have Family Medicine, Pediatrics and Internal Medicine providers to meet the medical needs of your family. We offer the area’s most comprehensive women’s health services including the area’s only full-time, obstetrics and gynecologist. He performs a wide range of gynecological procedures as well as delivers babies along with our two certified nurse midwives and family medicine physician who also deliver babies and care for women. A full range of General Surgery procedures are performed by our General Surgeon, Orthopedic Surgeon and Podiatrists in our clinic as well as at Tomah Health, which is located next door. Visiting Gundersen specialists provide access to local specialty services such as Heart, Cancer, ENT (ear, nose and throat), Orthodontics, Oral Surgery and more. The eye clinic includes an optical shop with the latest styles in frames. A full-service Gundersen pharmacy is also located in the building. on Base at Fort McCoy by Theresa Fitzgerald 125,166 troops train at Fort McCoy during fiscal year 2019 For the 35th consecutive year, more than 100,000 troops have trained at Fort McCoy as 125,166 service members completed training on post during fiscal year (FY) 2019. The numbers were lower than FY 2018’s total of 148,733 because several Army National Guard units that usually conduct training at Fort McCoy were sent on deployments to areas of the world where the Army supports numerous ongoing operations. Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security personnel document the training statistics each month of the fiscal year. This involves combining numbers of the entire transient training population, which encompasses reserve- and active-component military forces as well as other training agencies, such as law- enforcement agencies or the Wisconsin Challenge Academy. The FY 2019 training statistics were split between extended combat training (ECT) and battle drills. The ECT total for the fiscal year was 68,812, which includes institutional, civilian, and law-enforcement training and major exercises. The battle drill weekend training total for FY 2019 was 56,354. Fort McCoy has supported the training of at least 100,000 troops annually since 1984. An annual-training record of 155,975 was set in fiscal year 2017. The post’s varied terrain, state-of-the-art ranges, new as well as renovated facilities, and extensive support infrastructure combine to provide military personnel with an environment in which to develop and sustain the skills necessary for mission success. 12 8