NOTE: As of 30 September 2015, PHCR-North has transitioned to the Regional Health Command - Atlantic (Provisional).  The information here is provided as a courtesy and may not be up-to-date.

The U.S. Army Public Health Command Region - North (PHCR-North) provides military preventive medicine services to Active, Reserve, and National Guard units in the northeastern United States.  We promote force health protection through our five divisions:

  • Environmental Health Engineering (including Entomological Sciences)
  • Health Risk Management
  • Occupational Health Sciences
  • Lab Sciences

PHCR-North Boundary Map

PHCR-North includes ME, VT, NH, MA, RI, CT, PA, NJ, DE, MD, OH, MI, WI, WV, ID, IL, VA, NC, KY

Navigate to our Organizational Page for more information and for:

  • Commander and Sergeant Major mission statements
  • Unit sponsorship information for inbound Soldiers
  • Customer Satisfaction survey
  • Unit history

See below for more information on each division.



Entomological Sciences Branch (ESB) [PHCR-North]

The PHCR-North Entomological Sciences Branch performs a variety of missions that involve field studies, field surveillance, and laboratory analysis.

Environmental Health Engineering Division (EHED) [PHCR-North]

The PHCR-North Environmental Health Engineering Division uses tools such as Global Information System (GIS) and on-site inspections to complete a variety of system surveys.

Health Risk Management Division (HRMD) [PHCR-North]

Maintaining Soldiers' health in field conditions requires surveillance of air, water, and soil quality.

Laboratory Sciences Division (LAB) [PHCR-North]

The Laboratory Sciences Division provides analysis on ticks, sandflies, mosquitoes, and animal blood and tissue for over 25 major vector-borne and zoonotic diseases of public health concern world-wide.

Occupational Health Sciences Division (OHSD) [PHCR-North]

Occupational Health Sciences aims to prevent occupational health hazards. Examples of missions include building thermograms, chromium plating evaluations, and lead paint remediation.

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