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The Military Health System is an interconnected network of service members whose mission is to support the lives and families of those who support our country. Everyday in the MHS advancements are made in the lab, in the field, and here at home. These are just a few articles highlighting those accomplishments that don't always make it to the front page of local papers.

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Development of WRAIR’s Pan-Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Promise

Article
12/28/2021
A vial of spike ferritin nanoparticle WRAIR's COVID-19 vaccine

Series of preclinical studies supports the Army’s pan-coronavirus vaccine development strategy

Garrison chaplains provide vital mental health, counseling for holidays

Article Around MHS
12/27/2021
Army Chaplain (Maj.) Michael Dawson

Chaplains are also a unique part of a Soldier’s mental health options and a vital player in the garrison’s first Line of Effort: People, putting People First.

BAMC Fisher House matriarch retiring after 29 years

Article Around MHS
12/23/2021
Inge Godfrey receiving a token of appreciation

Inge Godfrey will retire at the end of 2021 with 29 years of service as Brooke Army Medical Center’s Fisher House manager.

Don’t Underestimate Mother Nature: Winter Safety Tips for Cold Weather

Article
12/23/2021
Military Personnel training

Don’t fool with Mother Nature in the winter: Be prepared

Take care of yourself, loved ones during the holiday season

Article Around MHS
12/22/2021
Joy

The holidays are a time to log off from work, celebrate with family and friends, exchange gifts, share traditional meals and make memories that can last a lifetime.

Patients can take steps now to prepare for MHS GENESIS ‘Go Live’

Article Around MHS
12/20/2021
MHS GENESIS

The San Antonio Market, to include Brooke Army Medical Center, Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center and the outlying clinics, will transition to MHS GENESIS on Jan. 22, 2022.

Immunization Experts are Central to COVID-19 Vaccine Program

Article
12/20/2021
Immunization Experts are Central to COVID-19 Vaccine Program

Immunization Health Division at forefront of COVID-19 vaccinations.

New Small Market and Stand Alone MTF Organization Marks Big Milestone

Article
12/20/2021
The Defense Health Agency officially established the Small Market and Stand Alone Military Treatment Facility Organization, or SSO, during a ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field in Texas on Dec. 14.

The Defense Health Agency officially established the Small Market and Stand Alone Military Treatment Facility Organization, or SSO, during a ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field in Texas on Dec. 14.

Ektropy Tool Standardizes DHA Program & Portfolio Management

Article
12/20/2021
Image of a DHA Ektropy user.

Ektropy, a financial management planning tool designed to align and integrate DHA, is being deployed across Defense Health Agency information technology environments.

Access to TRICARE Online Patient Portal Materials Just Got Easier

Article
12/20/2021
Access to TRICARE Online Patient Portal Materials Just Got Easier

TRICARE Online Patient Portal (TOL PP) outreach materials will be accessible without login on TOL PP

Substance and Alcohol Rehabilitation Counselors The Steep Road to Helping Others

Article Around MHS
12/17/2021
military personal

Aviation Machinist Mate First Class Alberic Mareus recently graduated from the Navy's Substance & Alcohol Rehabilitation Program (SARP) counselor course.

Partnering to customize care for cancer patients

Article Around MHS
12/16/2021
Military personnel holding dentures

In an effort to make radiation therapy for cancer patients more precise and effective, the 81st Diagnostic and Therapeutic Squadron collaborated with the 81st Dental Squadron to shape a radiation bolus for each patient

How Global Health Engagement is Boosting U.S. National Security

Article
12/16/2021
Ghanaian sailor taking notes while standing watch

The health impact of HIV and AIDS prevention efforts translates directly into our partners’ fitness, effectiveness and readiness, says Department of Defense HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Chief Dr. Brad Hale.

U.S., Ukrainian Army medics train together during Combined Resolve XVI

Article Around MHS
12/15/2021
Military personnel talking

During Combined Resolve XVI, a U.S. Army Europe and Africa directed, 7th Army Training Command conducted, Joint Multinational Readiness Center hosted multinational training event involving 1st Infantry Division's 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, U.S. and Ukrainian soldiers compared emergency medical procedures to find efficient ways to quickly and safely treat one another’s patients at a moment’s notice.

AF to field new bladder relief device working toward suite of options

Article Around MHS
12/14/2021
Military Jet

The Air Force is slated to receive the first shipment of the Omni Gen. 3 Skydrate, an improved in-flight bladder relief device, early next month.

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