The RAMC operated the army's medical units and provided medical detachments for the units of infantry, artillery and other arms. The Corps was assisted in its work by voluntary help from the British Red Cross, St John's Ambulance, the Friends Ambulance Unit, the Voluntary Aid Detachments and hundreds of private and charitable ventures.
The links below will take you to pages describing the various units operated by the RAMC.
Dead and wounded on stretchers outside a captured German pillbox serving as an Australian aid post, Zonnebeke, 12 October 1917. AWM photograph E01202, with permission. The regimental aid post was the first step along the casualty evacuation chain, taking men from front line to medical care.
The badge of the Royal Army Medical Corps as cut into a war grave headstone. With thanks to Jasmic at flickr for the use of this image
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