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Facility Dogs Play a Vital Role in Recovery for Patients Across the MHS

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5/27/2022
Luke is a German Shephard facility dog.

Each dog has his or her own rank, service, and uniform and is inducted in an enlistment or commissioning ceremony. Today, the Facility Dog Program at WRNMMC includes Sully, a yellow Lab who was former President George H.W. Bush’s service dog.

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Air Force Surgeon General eyes modernizing capabilities for joint commanders (Part 2)

Article Around MHS
5/27/2022
Military medical personnel at Patrick AFB

Since assuming his role of Air Force Surgeon General, Lt. Gen. Robert Miller has worked to advance the Air Force Medical Service’s capabilities, ensuring it is ready for an evolving joint fight.

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Medical Logistics | Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute | Health Readiness | Total Force Fitness

Learning How to 'Stop the Bleed'

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5/27/2022
Training students how to pack an injury

In San Antonio, there is an ongoing effort to train as many people as possible on how to control bleeding to increase the chances for victim survival.

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Children's Health | Emergency Preparedness and Response | Civil Support

After Leading Through the Pandemic, TRICARE Pharmacy Chief Retires

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5/27/2022
Pharmacy Services

How COVID-driven changes are improving the TRICARE Pharmacy System.

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Health Readiness | Health Care Technology

Mental Health Awareness Month highlights resources available for those in need

Article Around MHS
5/27/2022
Military personnel with counselor

As May concludes Mental Health Awareness Month, it serves as a reminder that taking care of your Mental Health year-round is vital to maintaining personal health, and mission readiness. 

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Psychological Fitness

Pharmacy Services

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5/27/2022
Pharmacy Services

At the start of the pandemic, a curbside pharmacy service was initially offered as an additional health protection measure to minimize foot traffic and help to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Corneal Collagen Cross linking in the Military A Game Changer

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5/27/2022
Corneal Collagen Cross linking in the Military A Game Changer

Corneal collagen cross-linking, known as CXL, the first and only treatment to date that is proven to stop Keratoconus, KCN, progression.

Stop the Bleed

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5/27/2022
Stop the Bleed

TaTaka Perry-Johnson, University Health nurse educator, right, trains participants how to pack an injury during one of four ‘Stop the Bleed’ courses, May 19, 2022, at the Texas Department of Transportation District offices. Training was conducted both in-person and virtually to teach members of the community what everyone should know to stop bleeding after an injury. (U.S. Army photo by Robert A. Whetstone)

Walter Reed Service Dogs

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5/27/2022
Walter Reed Service Dogs

Luke, a German Shepherd facility dog at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, stays with wounded warrior Heath Calhoun at the Military Advanced Treatment Center facility while Calhoun undergoes rehab therapy. Luke is officially a Navy Hospital Corpsman Third Class.

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Standing Order for Administering Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine (ages 5-11)

Publication
5/27/2022

Standing orders authorize nurses, pharmacists, and other appropriately trained healthcare personnel, where allowed by state law, to assess a patient’s immunization status and administer vaccinations according to a protocol approved by an institution, physician, or other authorized practitioner.

Modification of Annual Reporting Requirements on Defense Manpower

Report
5/27/2022

S. 1790 NDAA Conference Report for FY 2020, 116-333

6430.02, Volume 8

Policy

Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) – Volume 8, “Assemblage Management”

  • Identification #: 6430.02, Volume 8
  • Date: 5/26/2022
  • Type: DHA Technical Manual
  • Topics: N/A

US Military Tracks, Fights Pathogens in East Africa

Article Around MHS
5/26/2022
Military personnel at microbiology lab

Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti – COVID-19 reminded the world of the danger unknown pathogens can present to the world, as the disease swept across the globe, shutting down entire societies in the early days of the outbreak.

COVID-19 Vaccine Quick Reference Guide for Healthcare Professionals

Publication
5/26/2022

Seasonal Influenza Summary: May 26, 2022

Report
5/26/2022

During week 20 of the influenza season, laboratory-confirmed influenza cases, dispensed antiviral prescription counts, and inpatient counts continued to be low. All installations and US states with available data had minimal to low ILI activity.

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