DoDMWDVS Section-Medina Military Working Dog Clinic 

NOTE:   PHCR-South has merged with other Public Health Commands.

  • Technical services are now aligned under Public Health Command-Central (Provisional).
  • Fort Gordon district transitioned to Public Health Command-Atlantic (Provisional).
  • The information here is provided as a courtesy and may not be up-to-date.

The Medina Military Working Dog (MWD) Clinic has been in operation for over 30 years. The Department of Defense Military Working Dog Veterinary Service (DODMWDVS) personnel at Medina provide routine and emergency veterinary support to match the unique battle rhythm of quarantine and training requirements for up to 350 MWDs on-site.

On June 28th, 2011, COL (Dr.) Kelly Mann, Director of The LTC Daniel Holland Military Working Dog Hospital; COL (Dr.) David Rolfe, USA, Retired, guest speaker; LTC (Dr.) Ronnie Nye, USA, Retired, Chief of the new Medina Military Working Dog Clinic; and Major William Roberts, Commander of the 341st Training Squadron cut the ribbon symbolizing the opening of the new Medina MWD Clinic.

At 2,100 square feet, the new clinic is over 800 square feet larger than the previous clinic. It includes additional medical equipment and a surgical suite that will enhance MWD medical care and better serve the 341st TRS mission. The new facility significantly broadens veterinary care for the MWDs training at the Medina Training Annex of Lackland Air Force Base.


Medina MWD Clinic Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Medina MWD Clinic's New Surgery Suite