The royal army medical corps ramc supported the british army throughout the first world war treating sick and wounded military personnel the military nursing services and voluntary medical personnel provided vital support to ramc medical units and hospitals ensuring the effective treatment of casualties. The ramc the royal army medical corps formed in 1989 was formed for the management of care and welfare for the sick and the wounded during world war 1. Before the war the royal army medical corps in common with the medical services of the armies of all other countries had to depend for the transport of casualties between advanced formations such as field ambulances and rearward units such as railhead hospitals on the use of supply wagons going back empty to the rear. The royal army medical corps ramc is a specialist corps in the british army which provides medical services to all army personnel and their families in war and in peace together with the royal army veterinary corps the royal army dental corps and queen alexandras royal army nursing corps the ramc forms the army medical services . The royal army medical corps in the great war timothy mccracken has compiled a fantastic collection of photographs from world war one which not only contains hundreds of ramc photos but as you can see from the images further below many queen alexandras imperial military nursing service pictures
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