About Us

U.S. MedicineU.S. Medicine is a monthly publication that serves healthcare professionals working in the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense and U.S. Public Health Service.  Each month U.S. Medicine provides 35,000 physicians, pharmacists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and administrators with a mix of news, medical updates, interviews, reports on special government topics and monthly columns.
2014Directory.jpgIn October, U.S. Medicine publishes the annual Directory of Federal Medical Treatment Facilities.  The Directory is a detailed listing of all U.S. federal medical facilities, including the address, telephone and fax number, key medical personnel and workload data.  With over 1,800 current listings, the U.S. Medicine Directory is a comprehensive listing of colleagues and facilities available to the federal healthcare professional.  The U.S. Medicine Directory is sent by name and title to 35,000 physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and administrators working in the federal government.

The 2014 Directory of Federal Medical Treatment Facilities will be available in October. Single copies are $50 each.

To purchase the 2014 Directory please send a check or money order made payable to:
Marathon Medical Communications, Inc.  P.O. Box 538 New Canaan, CT 06840
To pay by credit card please call (203) 801-0055 or send an email to Jim Nagle at Nagle@usmedicine.com

For bulk purchases please contact the publisher at (609) 397-5522

2014_compendium_ssEach year in May, U.S. Medicine publishes the Compendium of Federal Medicine. The Compendium is a unique resource for federal healthcare professionals providing updated information on commonly treated diseases in the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense and U.S. Public Health Service. The Compendium is written and edited by the staff of U.S. Medicine.

For a listing of topics schedule for inclusion in the 2014 edition, please contact the publisher.

The Compendium of Federal Medicine is mailed with the May issue of U.S. Medicine