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TRICARE Online (TOL) System

Form/Template
5/3/2022

TRICARE Online (TOL) is a Department of Defense (DoD) Online Patient Portal (PP) which provides eligible beneficiaries with the following: access to Military Treatment Facilities' (MTFs) appointments, new prescription (Rx) fill and refills, health record data, service separation/retirement information as well as access to secure messaging (SM), and the Nurse Advice Line (NAL).

eRX Pharmacy Lists

Report
5/3/2022

This Excel document lists the military pharmacies that accept electronic prescriptions from civilian providers. The list is printer friendly and organized in four tabs: alphabetically by Pharmacy Name; alphabetically by State or Territory; by Region (Overseas TRICARE East, TRICARE West); by Branch of Service.

Pandemic Spotlights the Vital Role of Military Lab Workers

Article
5/2/2022
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Ashley Solomon, 18th Medical Support Squadron NCO in charge of microbiology, unloads blood samples from a centrifuge at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Jan. 31, 2019. (Photo: Tech. Sgt. Matthew B. Fredericks, U.S. Air Force)

MHS clinical labs produce results.

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Altitude chambers hit rare 50,000-foot mark for manned research

Article Around MHS
5/2/2022
Military personnel running an oxygen system test in an Altitude Chamber

Three of the lab’s Research Altitude Chambers, better known as the RACs, are now certified for manned research up to 50,000 feet.

Does body mass define Soldier’s fitness level?

Article Around MHS
5/2/2022
Military personnel working out

 The Department of Defense recently updated its 20-year-old policy that establishes body composition and physical fitness standards for active-duty service members to ensure optimal physical readiness.

Ashley Solomon

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5/2/2022
Ashley Solomon

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Ashley Solomon, 18th Medical Support Squadron NCO in charge of microbiology, unloads blood samples from a centrifuge at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Jan. 31, 2019. (Photo: Tech. Sgt. Matthew B. Fredericks, U.S. Air Force)

Moonshot Roundtable

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5/2/2022
Moonshot Roundtable

Shanti Durairaj, lead mammographer, Breast Imaging Center of the Murtha Cancer Center at Walter Reed, conducts a tomosynthesis mammogram, which allows providers to see a three-dimensional image of the breast. (Photo: Bernard Little, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center)

Craig Shriver

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5/2/2022
Craig Shriver

USU's Dr. Craig Shriver, director of the Murtha Cancer Research Program/Murtha Cancer Center, will lead a Department of Defense Cancer Moonshot Roundtable on May 4. (Courtesy Photo)

USU to Host May 4th DOD Cancer Moonshot Roundtable

Article
5/2/2022
Shanti Durairaj, lead mammographer, Breast Imaging Center of the Murtha Cancer Center at Walter Reed, conducts a tomosynthesis mammogram, which allows providers to see a three-dimensional image of the breast. (Photo: Bernard Little, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center)

On May 4, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) will host the Department of Defense Cancer Moonshot Roundtable as part of a day-long series of agency events sponsored by the White House Cancer Moonshot initiative.

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NW 2022 Tags

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Tags

Nurses across the #MHS are united by their drive to serve and rooted in the strength that keeps them performing at a high level every day. www.health.mil/nursesweek #NursesWeek #UnitedInService

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NW 2022 Overlay

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Overlay

Download this overlay and use it to spotlight nurses from your MTF on social media.

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NW 2022 Future of Nursing

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Future of Nursing

From virtual health care to improving integration, working with robotic surgery and more, the MHS is dedicated to investing in the future of nursing. www.health.mil/nursesweek #UnitedInService #NursesWeek

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Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune’s Family Medicine Residency Program Earns National Award

Article Around MHS
4/29/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune is being honored on a national level once again. The Family Medicine Program was recently presented with the 2022 Research Competition "Outstanding Achievement in Scholarly Activity Award" from the Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians.

Don't Skip the Warm-up!

Article Around MHS
4/29/2022
Someone working out

The warm-up prepares your body for exercise by getting the blood to the muscles, increasing range of motion needed to perform the physical activity, and aids in the movement pattern for the intended sport.

Eglin has first sexual assault medical exam team

Article Around MHS
4/29/2022
A teal SAPR Ribbon on OCP uniform

The SAMFE team’s main purpose is to perform mindful and compassionate on-site sexual assault forensic exams after a sexual assault is reported.

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