J&J Worldwide Services has concluded the transition phase of a four-year contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to help the Defense Health Agency operate and maintain a military medical education and training campus in San Antonio, Texas.
The company said work on the Medical Education Training Campus operations and maintenance support contract began Monday.
“Our team is proud to be welcomed back as the preferred O&M services provider for the Tri-Service Campus,” said Steve Kelley, CEO and president of J&J Worldwide Services.
METC provides training to enlisted medical personnel from the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force with approximately 16,500 graduates annually.
The tri-service campus has a total of 48 medical training programs.