As already happened with the RLC list, there are some discrepancies. At least one squadron seems to be missing from the list: for all i know, in fact, 3 Medical Regiment also includes 251 Sqn (Reserve) in its structure. In the FOI document, 251 does not appear, for whatever reason.
The regular / hybrid medical regiments are as follows:
2 Medical Regiment (Hybrid) – move from Hohne to North Luffenham in July 2015
2 Medical Regiment is part of the 1UK (United Kingdom) Division’s Adaptable Force Medical Group
29 Medical Squadron
22 Support Squadron
222 Medical Squadron (R)
250 Medical Squadron (R)
3 Medical Regiment (Hybrid)
3 Medical Regiment is part of the 1UK (United Kingdom) Division’s Adaptable Force Medical Group
64 Medical Squadron (R)
251 Medical Squadron (R) - does not appear in the FOI list, but probably just a mistake
12 Medical Squadron
18 Medical Squadron
4 Armoured Medical Regiment
July 2013 re-organization with Bulldog, support 12 Armoured Infantry Brigade
11 Medical Squadron
4 Medical Squadron
36 Medical Squadron
13 Medical Squadron
5 Armoured Medical Regiment.
1 September 2014 the Regiment was reorganized as Army 2020 armored medical unit for 1st Armoured Infantry Bridade.
35 Medical Squadron
39 Medical Squadron
7 Medical Squadron
24 Medical Squadron
1 Armoured Medical Regiment
1 April 2014, assigned to 20 Armoured Infantry Brigade
30 Medical Squadron
31 Medical Squadron
28 Medical Squadron
14 Medical Squadron
16 Medical Regiment
19 Air Manoeuvre Medical Squadron
23 Air Manoeuvre Medical Squadron
127 Medical Squadron - mentioned in the FOI, but not sure about this. 127 used to be the forebear of the current 23 squadron.
81 Air Assault Medical Support Squadron
144 Parachute Medical Squadron (Reserve)
Reserve medical regiments:
225 (Scottish) Medical Regiment (Reserve)
RHQ and 174 Support Squadron (Dundee)
152 Evacuation Squadron - Glenrothes.
153 Medical Squadron and - Dundee
154 Medical Squadron – Stirling
253 (North Irish) Medical Regiment
Regimental Headquarters and 110 Support Squadron -Belfast
107 Medical Squadron - Belfast
109 Squadron - Belfast
108 Medical Squadron - Limivady and Enniskillen
254 (East of England) Medical Regiment
Regimental Headquarters and 163 Support Squadron (Cambridge)
161 Squadron (Colchester)
162 Squadron (Hitchin)
220 Squadron (Ditton) - Not listed in the FOI, but appears elsewhere included in document about Reserves 2020 reorganisation. FOI answer incomplete...?
On Field Hospitals, there again is an element of confusion as the 2013 "Summary of Army 2020 Reserve Structure and Basing Changes" identifies the squadrons with letters, and several Field Hospitals have more than three squadrons as the FOI suggests. Specifically:
204 has A, B, C and D squadrons.
205 has A, D, E, G and I squadrons.
207 has A, B, C and G squadrons. (but with B and G merging by December 2014)
243 and 256 Field Hospitals also have each a fourth squadron.
I'm not sure how the difference is explained. The FOI seems to identify the squadrons by role, and it is possible that two recruitment squadrons in two different locations form part of the same role-squadron. But it is just a guess.
Moreover, the FOI unfortunately does not identify the squadrons in the other regiments by role (Evacuation Sqn, Area Medical Sqn, etcetera).
As a result of these discrepancies, the RAMC's structure in Army 2020 remains somewhat mysterious.