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Navy Corpsmen Help Keep Life-Saving Blood Products Flowing

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Navy Hospitalman Jia Li Chen works at the Armed Services Blood Bank Center-Pacific Northwest in charge of helping keep life-saving blood product flowing.

Blood products collected are distributed world-wide to provide support from deployed troops overseas to veterans and their families at home.

This is my Why

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Air Force Senior Airman Marcus Bullock poses for a photo after receiving his COVID-19 vaccination

Air Force Senior Airman Marcus Bullock stated his reason for getting the vaccine was to help his mother and son be able to have a play date again.

Norfolk Naval Shipyard Continues the Fight on Emergency Blood Shortage

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Norfolk Naval Shipyard mascot Yardbird Sam getting his vitals checked

Next Month is National Donor Month. The Armed Services Blood Program encourages all beneficiaries to consider donating blood in 2022.

Scrubs to Suits: A Pathway for Mentorship for Middle Managers

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The experience gained through this informal mentorship opportunity cultivates a shared vision and empowers the junior leader to create change within the organization starting with being better prepared within their current leadership role

Garrison chaplains provide vital mental health, counseling for holidays

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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

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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.

Take care of yourself, loved ones during the holiday season

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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’

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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.

Substance and Alcohol Rehabilitation Counselors The Steep Road to Helping Others

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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

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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

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

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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

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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.

So others may breathe - Navy Medicine Respiratory Therapist cares for COVID casualties

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Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Tessa Hazard, a respiratory therapist, recently deployed to Alabama as a member of a COVID-19 response team.

Uniformed Services University Neuroscientist Inspired by Chance to Help Others

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Growing up, Dr. Kimberly Byrnes thought she would be a teacher or a doctor. She ended up becoming a scientist who teaches others how to become doctors.

Weed ACH labs receive national accreditation

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The Weed Army Community Hospital and Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. laboratories passed College of American Pathologist (CAP) inspections Oct. 8 and Nov. 9, respectively

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