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AF Chief Nurse advises how to 'treat' others

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5/10/2022
Military personnel at readiness training

Air Force Brig. Gen. Jeannine Ryder, leadership success is more than just the ability to work hard and go beyond. Compassion, empathy and the ability to advocate and support others is even more important to a leader’s success. These provide a foundation to guide and serve.

MEDCoE Commanding General recognizes 68W Combat Medic Trainee on his acceptance to West Point

Article Around MHS
5/10/2022
Military personnel at West Point

Advanced Individual Training Soldier Pfc. Samuel Olson accepted an appointment to the U. S. Military Academy at West Point. 

Navy Hospital Ship Departs for Pacific Partnership 2022

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5/9/2022
Navy Hospital Ship Departs

Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) departed San Diego, May 3, marking the beginning of Pacific Partnership 2022 (PP22).

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Army Public Health Nurse offers thank you to nurses across Army: Reminder of where we came from

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5/9/2022
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U.S. Army Public Health Center thanks all Army Public Health Nurses for the hard work and dedication you show to the communities you serve every day. 

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Angels of the Airfields: Navy Nurses of Iwo Jima and Okinawa

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5/6/2022
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Navy Nurses played a vital role during the World War II Battles of Iwo Jima and Okinawa.

Fort Riley Summit Tackles Mental Healthcare Shortage

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5/6/2022
Soldier speaks at podium

Dozen of civilian partners within the local TRICARE network recently collaborated with Fort Riley leadership for an all-day, first-time ever Mental Health Summit April 28. 

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Army Surgical Team Awarded for Actions in Afghanistan

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5/5/2022
Army Surgical Team Awarded for Actions in Afghanistan

Army Maj. Katherine Sego, an emergency room nurse with the 936th Forward Resuscitative Surgical Team (FRST), bowed her head as the words of the invocation fill the room.

Health Professions Scholarship Program

Article Around MHS
5/5/2022
Health Professions Scholarship

For those interested in a career in the medical field, the Navy has the Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) to help fund graduate-level professional schooling—all the way through residency. 

332d EMDG Airmen 'punch above their weight'

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5/4/2022
Military medical personnel in Army hospital

The 332d Expeditionary Medical Group is a small group of dedicated medical professionals providing a variety of services to support members of the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing.

Chicago area Army Reserve Soldiers donate blood to combat supply shortage

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5/4/2022
Military medical personnel donating blood

Earlier this Spring, the 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command hosted an Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) blood drive at the COL Paul G. Schulstad United States Army Reserve Center in Arlington Heights, Illinois.

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Winn ACH prepares to transition to MHS GENESIS

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5/4/2022
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U.S. Army Medical Department Activity Fort Stewart – Hunter Army Airfield healthcare continues to prepare to transition healthcare records to the new Department of Defense system - Military Health System GENESIS.

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Updated Army directive to help new parents care for children, maintain health

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5/3/2022
Secretary of the Army Christine E. Wormuth signs directive

Last month, Army Secretary Christine E. Wormuth aprroved new Parenthood, Pregnancy and Postpartum Army Directive which has updated regulations for parents and families into the 12 policy changes included in the omnibus directive.

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.

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

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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.

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.

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