Army Medical Department Command (MEDCOM) Climate Survey

The Army Medical Department Command (MEDCOM) Climate Survey was an effort for the Office of the Surgeon General of the Army in which AIR developed an organizational climate survey for the Army Medical Command that served as a tool for enhancing the effectiveness of MEDCOM personnel as they performed their daily duties in the U.S. and abroad. The Command Climate Survey (CCS) measured medical personnel perceptions of various aspects of their organizational climate—adequacy of resources, opportunities for training and development, job satisfaction, core values, performance outcomes, organizational flexibility, teamwork, supervision, leadership, recognition, equal opportunity (EO), and equal employment opportunity (EEO)—and thereby provided solid information for translating these personnel reactions into meaningful and actionable recommendations that Commanders used in performance and quality improvement efforts.