Military Partnership Training Programs
The Military Partnership Program began in 2004 with 24 Arizona Air National Guard medical personnel. The original two-week program concentrated primarily on trauma and deployed medical skills. Since then, the Military Partnership has trained over 2000 Soldiers and Airmen in these critical medical skills and more.
Military Partnership Programs at HonorHealth
- Readiness Skills Sustainment Training.
- Air Force Phase III/Seasoning Training.
- US Air Force Nurse Transition Program.
- US Air Force Critical Care Nursing Fellowship.
- US Air Force Emergency Trauma Nursing Fellowship.
- Medical Simulations Training.
- JTTP (Just In Time Training Program).
All facets of the program are offered at the HonorHealth Osborn Medical Center. We have Training Affiliation Agreements (TAA) with Air Force Reserve Command, Air National Guard Bureau, Army National Guard Bureau, Western Army Reserve Command as well as active duty Air Force and Army units. We also partner with the Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) to allow experiences in the MIHS Emergency Department as well as in the Arizona Regional Burn Center.
Additionally, our program focuses on a practical, integrated and proactively coordinated approach to regional disaster preparedness. Through partnerships with military and community partners, HonorHealth continues to develop programs and technologies aimed at training military and civilian medical personnel. The goal is operational excellence to better protect the community in times of disaster.
All training is tailored to meet the needs of military medical professionals.
HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center orientation is a prerequisite.
For additional information on any of the mentioned programs, please contact:
Military Partnership Office Supervisor
Military Clinical Training and Simulation Supervisor
Military Simulation Technician
Director, Military Affairs, Disaster Preparedness, Forensic Nurse Examiners