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Medics score "Outstanding" during inspection

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  • 624th Regional Support Group
The 624th Aeromedical Staging Squadron earned an "Outstanding" score following a Health Services Inspection Feb. 5-8 at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii.

Auditors from the Air Force Inspection Agency assessed medical readiness, management effectiveness and quality of healthcare delivery to determine whether or not the 624th ASTS was performing successfully while supporting readiness.

"This inspection rating validates the quality care we provide to our Airmen," said Col. Gayle Seifullin, commander of the 624th ASTS. "It also ensures that we are meeting all other health needs and keeping our Reserve members ready for war."

An HSI is comparable to a unit compliance inspection Air Force wings undergo every four years, but with a focus on healthcare.

"I'm very proud of the men and women of the 624th ASTS," said Col. Robert "Randy" Huston commander of the 624th Regional Support Group. "This was, without a doubt, one of the most in-depth, detail-oriented Health Services Inspections seen to date, and they came through with flying colors. The 624th RSG 'Ohana salutes them!"