HCRS employs clinical and administrative healthcare staff from appointment clerks to transcriptionists to medical coders to nurses to interventional cardiologists. Almost 200 HCRS employees are currently on the job at Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) across the country, and there are more to come, thanks to three important new Defense Department Contracts.
Air Force Medical Service
Air Force Medical Support Services. On January 25, 2012, the United States Air Force awarded a team headed by GTW Consultants & Associates, LLC (GTW), along with six other bidders, a $494 million, five-year contract to provide qualified medical support employees for staffing more than 80 of its MTFs. HCRS is a key member of the team assembled by GTW. GTW is a subsidiary of Chenega Corporation, an Alaska Native Corporation.
- Air Force Consultant, Advisory and Technical Services. A team headed by Lockheed Martin Corporation and including HCRS was one of fourteen firms sharing a $985 million contract to provide “management and professional services; engineering and technical services; and studies analyses and evaluations throughout the Continental United States including Alaska, Hawaii, and territories.”
Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) administrative support services. On January 26, 2012, the United States Army awarded a $58 million, five-year Administrative Support Services contract to a team headed by Infused Solutions, LLC, and including HCRS. The contract will provide support services including clerical, secretarial, logistical, and administrative services to Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC), Camp Bullis United States Army Health Clinic (USAHC), the McWethy Troop Medical Clinic (TMC) and the Fort Sam Houston Primary Care Clinic (PCC), all in Texas.