For anyone interested, the 48th Combat Support Hospital, out of Fort Meade, MD, has taken over the mission at the Salerno Hospital. Although I don't know of any blogger from that unit (yet!), they do have a unit website.
There is not much on the website as of today, but I would expect much more as they get settled in to their new "home".
Here's the address:
I wish them good luck, and great success. They've got a beautiful new facility and a great mission.
By the way, in the interest of full disclosure, I do want to give credit to the leadership of the 14th CSH, our predecessors, who conceived and advocated the idea for the new, hardened facility before we arrived. Things like this take time and the effort of many; the 14th CSH started the ball rolling, the 396th CSH managed the construction and the 48th CSH will move in and provide healthcare in a new facility 3 years in the making.
I'll still be blogging about my mission with the Jordanian Field Hospital, and life in Afghanistan in general. Join me, if you are so inclined.
Thanks for caring, and praying, and supporting our troops.