Comprehensive Combat Casualty Care
Wounded Warrior Care Month
SAN DIEGO – Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. James F. Amos and wife Bonnie watch as Naval Medical Center San Diego prosthetist Brian Zalewski makes final adjustments to Marine Cpl. John Munoz' prosthetic leg during their visit to Naval Medical Center San Diegos' Comprehensive Combat and Complex Casualty Care (C5) facility Oct. 23 .C5 is a program of care that manages severely wounded, ill or injured patients from medical evacuation through inpatient care, outpatient rehabilitation, and eventual return to active duty or transition from the military.
SAN DIEGO – Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Donald C. Winter (left), shakes the new i-LIMB Hand of Army Staff Sgt. Wallace Fanene during his tour of the Comprehensive Combat & Complex Casualty Care (C5) facility at Naval Medical Center San Diego Oct. 15. Fanene is the first NMCSD patient to receive this type of prosthetic which is characterized by five individually powered fingers. During his visit, Winter spent time in C5 and the recently opened Fisher House II speaking with patients and staff.
10/21/2010 5:16 PM