BAACH will conduct monthly Q&As along with monthly town hall meetings regarding the upcoming move of the hospital to Camp Humphreys to keep staff and beneficiaries informed of the transition. (Photo Credit: Inkyeong Yun, BAACH UPAR)
BAACH will conduct monthly Q&As along with monthly town hall meetings regarding the upcoming move of the hospital to Camp Humphreys to keep staff and beneficiaries informed of the transition. (Photo Credit: Inkyeong Yun, BAACH UPAR)

BAACH leadership initiates communication about transition to Camp Humphreys

by Inkyeong Yun
U.S. Army

U.S. ARMY GARRISON-YONGSAN, Korea -- Conversations among staff and leadership regarding the transition to U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys have become more active at Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital.

BAACH Deputy Commander for Administration Lt. Col. Aristotle Vaseliades recently hosted a "We Are Moving" question-and-answer forum Jan. 16 to communicate with staff in the hospital and provide the most current information on the upcoming move.

A Q&A desk was also set up to allow staff, including military service members and civilian employees, to get answers on questions specific to their personal situations directly from Vaseliades.

Vaseliades shared that the hospital will conduct monthly Q&As along with monthly town hall meetings going forward until the move is completed. During these times, the hospital staff will get the most recent updates on the hospital's upcoming relocation to USAG Humphreys later this year.

"We like to actively communicate with our staff so that they can be proactive with respect to their move. We want to make this transition as smooth as possible for everyone," said Vaseliades.

Plans are also underway to provide transition briefs for local national staff and civilian employees.

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