The Chemical Casualty Care Division (CCCD), is a division of the
United States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD).
Under sponsorship of the US Army Medical Department Center and School
(AMEDDC&S), The Army Medical Department (AMED) and The Office of The Surgeon
General Medical NBC, our staff of physicians, nurses, and other highly
qualified military and civilian personnel, develop, organize, and implement
post-graduate education programs for medical professionals, hospital
administrators, medical planners, and first responders in the management of
chemical agent casualties. Many of our continuing medical education
courses are accredited for
CME/CEU credits for physicians, nurses, and paramedical
Emergency Management Program dated 4 Dec 2008 lists MCBC and FCBC as
mandatory training for all "First Receivers"
First Receivers include: Physicians, nurses, or medical treatment providers
at medical treatment facilities.