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Puget Sound Military Health System

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The Puget Sound Military Health System (MHS) is an integrated medical market that:

  • Includes Army, Navy and Air Force facilities 
  • Provides care to more than 288,500 beneficiaries
  • Ensures Service members, retirees and families get timely access to the highest quality health care. 

We strive for a seamless patient experience. Our beneficiaries can get care at Army, Navy or Air Force facilities regardless of Service affiliation in many cases.  

Our Beneficiaries

  • Population Served: 290,000
  • Population Enrolled: 180,000 (62.1%)

Market Facilities by Service

Army  Navy Air Force 
  • Madigan Army Medical Center
  • Madigan – Puyallup Medical Home
  • Madigan – South Sound Medical Home
  • Okubo Family Practice Clinic
  • OMAMC - JB Lewis-McChord
  • UMATILLA Army Depot OHC
  • Winder Family Medical Clinic 
  • Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor
  • Navy Hospital Bremerton
  • NBC Everett
  • NBHC Bangor
  • NBHC Puget Sound
  • 62nd Medical Squad JB Lewis-McChord

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Providing TLC for ICU babies

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1/19/2017
New mom Kimberly Neifert watches NICU Nurse Brandy Lor check the breathing rate of her daughter Ruelyn at Madigan Army Medical Center. Premature babies experience faster heart rates than adults and may also pause longer between breaths due to immature breathing patterns. (U.S. Army photo by Suzanne Ovel)

Needing the care of a neonatal ICU is not something most families anticipate

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Get framed by optometry

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1/4/2017
Those old jokes about Navy-issue eyeglasses being called ‘birth-control’ are not applicable anymore with a host of new stylish frames available from which to pick and choose. Since the new frames – nine different colors, style and sizes - were introduced last October, Optometry’s Optical Support Unit has made 1,124 new pairs of eye glasses for customers. (U.S. Air Force photo  by Senior Airman Jaeda Tookes)

Old jokes about Navy-issue eyeglasses being called ‘birth-control’ are not applicable anymore with a host of new stylish frames available

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Working together ensures high-quality patient care

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12/20/2016
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Supported by the Defense Health Agency, the Puget Sound MHS was selected as a pilot site for strategic patient communications

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Army Blood Program expands low-titer Type O whole blood production

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11/9/2016
Army Col. Michael Place, commanding officer of the Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, donated blood with the Armed Services Blood Bank Center-Pacific Northwest. (U.S. Army photo)

The Armed Service Blood Bank Center-Pacific Northwest is the first DoD blood donor center to ship low-titer Type O whole blood to the U.S. Central Command area

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Madigan sleep service nationally recognized

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11/8/2016
U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Bobby M. Scharton, a platoon sergeant with 17th Fires Brigade, 7th Infantry Division, lies down as Christopher Taylor, a sleep technician with Madigan Army Medical Center, checks sensor connections during a sleep study at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. Sleep technicians connect 26 sensors to patients that measure eye and muscle movements, brain activity, heart rate and breathing. (U.S. Army photo)

Madigan Army Medical Center earned national recognition for the excellent care provided in its sleep service clinic

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Place brothers are guided by selfless service

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11/4/2016
Army Col. Michael Place, commander of Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, discusses school-based health with youngsters. (Courtesty photo )

Among all Army values, selfless service was the one Army Col. Michael L. Place named as the reason he and his two brothers, joined the military and became medical doctors

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