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Officer Candidate Melissa Lewis, a student with the Phase II Interservice Physician Assistant Program at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, is pictured in the Orthopedic Clinic at LRMC. Lewis was recently involved in emergency situations during a six-hour flight from Israel to Portugal, where her medical expertise led to stabilizing distressed passengers along with a New Hampshire physician.
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Information for Providers

The Military Health System is comprised of providers at military hospitals and clinics augmented by civilian TRICARE-authorized providers. As the health care delivery arm of the MHS, the Defense Health Agency is crucial to supporting the Department of Defense’s integrated system of readiness and health. DHA manages a global health care network of military and civilian medical professionals and military hospitals and clinics around the world.

What's New?

Deployment of MHS GENESIS Across the MHS

MHS GENESIS, the MHS's new electronic health record, provides enhanced, secure technology to manage patient health information. MHS GENESIS is currently deploying in waves across the MHS. >>Learn More

To visit the MTF Staff Community page, enter "MHS GENESIS MTF Staff" in the search bar. 

Transgender Education References and Training Resources

Get education references and training resources for transgender patients that are built on evidence-based practice guidelines and standards of care. >>Learn More

Education & Training

The Military Health System includes a robust, innovative, enterprise-wide system to maximize education and training opportunities so we ensure a Ready Medical Force and a Medically Ready Force. 

Our Training Opportunities

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Jan 22, 2024

Acute Concussion Care Pathway: MACE 2 & PRA Training

The Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence hosts a combined Military Acute Concussion Evaluation 2 and Progressive Return to Activity clinical recommendation virtual training. Attendees may earn two CEUs through the Defense Health Agency Continuing Education Program Office.

Calendar Event
Jan 18, 2024

Beyond the Blast: Evaluating TBI Care in Operational Environments

Putting Knowledge into practice to prepare for the future. This webinar explores the medical response to TBI after the 2020 Al Asad missile attack and more recent events.

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Jan 18, 2024

TBICoE Quarterly Education Series: Prolonged Field Medicine and TBI

A challenge of modern-day warfare is determining the course of care when a battlefield injury results in traumatic brain injury. Join the Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence for a discussion on TBI care in austere environments.

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Dec 4, 2023

Acute Concussion Care Pathway: MACE 2 and PRA Training Flier

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The Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence is hosting a combined Military Acute Concussion Evaluation and Progressive Return to Activity clinical recommendation virtual training. Attendees may earn two CEUs through the Defense Health Agency Continuing Education Program Office. Download the flier for the complete 2024 training schedule.

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Jun 14, 2023

MHS GENESIS: Revenue Cycle for Beneficiaries

MHS GENESIS: Revenue Cycle for Beneficiaries

The Military Health System recently launched new and enhanced business tools as part of the full suite of capabilities in MHS GENESIS, the new electronic health record. These new tools allow our hospitals and clinics to accurately collect your information at the beginning of your visit. To learn more about MHS GENESIS, please visit health.mil ...

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Apr 18, 2023

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital ICU joins DHA’s Joint Tele-Critical Care Network

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Blanchfield Army Community Hospital is the latest military hospital or clinic in the Military Health System to join the Defense Health Agency’s Joint Tele-Critical Care Network. The JTCCN virtually integrates 24/7 access to highly skilled critical care physicians, or intensivists, from DHA medical centers, or hubs like Naval Medical Center San Diego ...

Last Updated: November 16, 2023
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