CLUNES soldier Sergeant Andrew Mayne is doing his bit to ensure Australian soldiers in Afghanistan are healthy and well.He is one of two Australians working at a Canadian-run hospital in Afghanistan and is the medic at Camp Baker near Kandahar, home to the Australian Force Support Unit.The unit is responsible for a variety of duties, including sick parades and the treatment of minor medical problems."I take care of the people who aren't sick enough to see the doctor," Sgt Mayne said."As an Advanced Medic I also help out at the ROLE 3 hospital."The ROLE 3 hospital includes staff from several coalition countries, including Britain, the Netherlands, Denmark, Canada, Australia and the United States and provides advanced care to patients.Sgt Mayne is one of only two Australians working at the hospital."I am very proud to be involved at ROLE 3," he said. "Myself and the unit's doctor, the RAAF's Flight Lieutenant Nash, work shifts there and we achieve great outcomes."This is Sgt Mayne's third overseas deployment since joining the Army in 1996.Back home, his wife Annie is pregnant with their third child - a new sibling for his daughters Madison and Chloe."It'll be great to get home and see the family," he said."I'm really looking forward to the upcoming birth."