Apparently our military heath care personnel are very busy, as I have not heard from my loved one who is a career Army PA since the war began.
I'm posting this article rather than a link because you'd have to sign into the site to read it. It was published in the Washington Post.
Saturday, April 12, 2003; 5:20 AM
By Rosalind Russell
KUWAIT CITY (Reuters) - Two U.S. C-130 transport planes flew medical supplies from Kuwait to Baghdad late on Friday to help strapped hospitals cope with casualties from the U.S.-led assault on the Iraqi capital.
The 20 tons of supplies donated by the Kuwaiti government were among the first badly needed equipment and medicines to reach Baghdad since U.S. forces took control of the city on Wednesday.
Supplies included first aid equipment to treat war wounded, mobile operating theaters, insulin and baby milk.
Small photographs of some of the 600-plus Kuwaitis who went missing during Iraq's occupation of Kuwait in 1990-1991 were stuck to the side of the aid packages.
Kuwaiti Health Minister Mohammad al-Jarallah, watching the supplies being loaded at Kuwait military airport, said more medical assistance and food aid would follow.
"Whenever the situation settles and we receive a request from the coalition, we are ready to send more help, even medical personnel to help the people of Iraq," he said.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Friday that Baghdad's health system had all but collapsed because of combat damage, looting and anarchy.
The Geneva-based agency demanded U.S.-led forces rapidly restore order as was their duty under the Geneva Conventions and organize protection of medical units and staff.
Here is another link to centcom news regarding military health care operations.