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Travis Mills

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4/14/2022
Travis Mills

Retired Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills is one of only five quadruple amputees from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to have survived his injuries, largely thanks to the donated blood he received in a hospital in Kandahar.

MEDCoE awards Expert Field Medical Badges

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4/13/2022
MEDCoE awards Expert Field Medical Badges

Army Maj. Dennis LeMaster, U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence (MEDCoE) Commanding General, awards 1st Lt. Kameron Hernandez, a 70B health services administration officer assigned as the S3 operations officer, 232d Medical Battalion, 32d Medical Brigade, the Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB).

DHA Director Outlines Vision for Health Care Readiness at HIMSS

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4/11/2022
DHA Director Outlines Vision for Health Care Readiness at HIMSS

Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ron Place speaks at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society conference held in Orlando, Florida, March 2022. Place’s speech detailed his thoughts on solutions to military health care readiness. (Photo: Claire Reznicek, MHS Communications)

Jay Montgomery

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4/8/2022
Jay Montgomery

Dr. Jay Montgomery is a medical director for DHA’s Immunization Healthcare Division. In addition to being a clinician and educator, he also volunteers with Wounded Warriors to design, build and fly radio controlled helicopters. (Courtesy Photo)

Airmen at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base

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4/8/2022
Airmen at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base

Air Force Col. Dolphis Hall, 4th Medical Group commander, left, and Chief Master Sgt. Kaleah Belin, 4th MDG senior enlisted leader, pose for a photo at the Thomas Koritz Medical Clinic at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, March 19, 2022. (Photo: Air Force Senior Airman Kimberly Barrera)

Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center

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4/7/2022
Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center

The Military Health System Research Program provides funding for projects that aim to improve care in military medical facilities like the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, pictured here. (Photo: Senior Airman Melody Bordeaux, U.S. Air Force)

Marine washing his hands

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4/6/2022
Marine washing his hands

Marines with Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing take precautionary measures by cleaning and disinfecting their hands during field day on Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., March 20, 2020, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 while continuing to perform mission-essential tasks. (Photo: Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jaime Reyes)

Barclay Butler

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4/5/2022
Barclay Butler

Dr. Barclay Butler, the Defense Health Agency’s assistant director of management, spoke at the annual Health Information Management Systems Society conference in Orlando, Florida, in March. (Photo: Claire Reznicek, MHS Communications)

Rear Adm Brandon Taylor

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4/5/2022
Rear Adm Brandon Taylor

Rear Admiral Brandon Taylor of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps in dress whites at the 2019 National Independence Day Parade where he represented the U.S. Surgeon General as a presiding official with the other services. Taylor was named in February as the new director of the Defense Health Agency’s Public Health directorate. (Photo: Tanisha Blaise, Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division senior public relations and media specialist)

Conducting neurological exam

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4/1/2022
Conducting neurological exam

Dr. Gregory Johnson, Tripler Concussion Clinic medical director, conducts a neurological exam on Army Spc. Andrew Karamatic, a combat medic, having him follow his finger with his eyes, at Tripler Army Medical Center, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Neurologic exams are part of the MACE 2 diagnostic tool to assess service members’ Acute Concussion Care Pathway. (Photo: Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Hubenthal, DMA Pacific – Hawaii Media Bureau)

Exertional Hyponatremia, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2006–2021

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4/1/2022
Exertional Hyponatremia, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2006–2021

Serum sodium concentration is determined mainly by the total content of exchangeable body sodium and potassium relative to total body water. Thus, exertional hyponatremia can result from loss of sodium and/or potassium, a relative excess of body water, or a combination of both.

Exertional Heat Illness at Fort Benning, GA: Unique Insights from the Army Heat Center

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4/1/2022
Exertional Heat Illness at Fort Benning, GA: Unique Insights from the Army Heat Center

Cadet Saverio Macrina, U.S. Military Academy West Point, receives corneal cross-linking procedure at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Va., Nov. 21, 2016. (DOD photo by Reese Brown)

Update: Heat Illness, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2021

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4/1/2022
Update: Heat Illness, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2021

Cadet Saverio Macrina, U.S. Military Academy West Point, receives corneal cross-linking procedure at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Va., Nov. 21, 2016. (DOD photo by Reese Brown)

TBI illustration

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4/1/2022
TBI illustration

A traumatic brain injury is a recoverable yet complex injury with a broad spectrum of symptoms including headaches, memory problems, attention deficits, mood swings, and others. The MACE 2 diagnostic tool allows for health care providers to assess service members more comprehensively after exposure to a concussive event to better determine their care pathway. (Photo: Navy Petty Officer 2nd Cl. Jonathan D. Chandler, Fleet Combat Camera Pacific)

DRES app

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4/1/2022
DRES app

Deployment Readiness Education for Servicewomen, one-stop resource for some of the most common questions and concerns that servicewomen have around deployment. (Photo: Connected Health)

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