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The Military Health System (MHS) 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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Dr. Jonathan Woodson Selected to Lead USU

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6/8/2022
Dr. Jonathan Woodson Selected to Lead USU

Dr. Jonathan Woodson, former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs (ASD(HA)), was selected as the new President of the Uniformed Services University.

We Are NMCCL: Case Management Department

Article Around MHS
6/8/2022
Military personnel at computer

The Navy Case Management program is available to support patients with complex or multiple medical conditions and those requiring intense and extensive support.

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Air Force Medical Service Launches 'Nutrition Kitchen' Program

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6/8/2022
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The Air Force Medical Service is launching “Nutrition Kitchen”, a series of online nutritional cooking classes geared toward service members and their families.

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Army Medical Corps/AMEDD Birthday

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6/8/2022
Army Medical Corps/AMEDD Birthday

Today, we celebrate 247 years of determination and innovation in military medicine and the U.S. Army’s mission. To the Army Medical Corps and the Army Medical Department, Happy Birthday.

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July

International Friendship Day

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6/8/2022
International Friendship Day

Your battle buddy can be your biggest asset. Make sure you check in with them on #InternationalFriendshipDay.

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July

World Hepatitis Day

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6/8/2022
World Hepatitis Day

Nutrition plays a huge role in preventing and treating liver disease as well as getting tested, treated, and vaccinated. You can help #EndHep today. Learn more: https://www.health.mil/News/Articles/2021/07/19/What-to-Know-About-Hepatitis--its-Treatment-and-Prevention #WorldHepatitisDay

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July

Air Force Medical Service Birthday

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6/8/2022
Air Force Medical Service Birthday

Happy Birthday, Air Force Medical Service! Thank you for 73 years of selfless service, sacrifice, and dedication to providing "Trusted Care, Anywhere." https://www.airforcemedicine.af.mil Facebook Tag: @USAFMedicine Twitter Tag: @USAFMedicine

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July

Independence Day

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6/8/2022
Independence Day

“Freedom is never given; it is won.” – A. Philip Randolph To all the service members, veterans, and their families who made incredible sacrifices for the freedom we’re celebrating today, #HappyFourthofJuly.

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July

UV Safety Month

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6/8/2022
UV Safety Month

According to the CDC, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the U.S. Reduce your risk by limiting exposure to UV rays and taking protective measures such as wearing sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher, staying in the shade during midday hours, and wearing sunglasses. For more #summersafety tips, visit: https://health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Total-Force-Fitness/Environmental-Fitness/Summer-Safety

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July

MHS Video Connect Improves Provider Productivity, Patient Readiness

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6/8/2022
Army Lt. Col. (Dr.) Robert Cornfeld shines light on how MHS Video Connect improves provider productivity.

MHS Video Connect, the Defense Health Agency’s new comprehensive telehealth platform, rolled out to all U.S.-based forces in 2021 and is currently being rolled out outside the continental U.S.

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Dr. Jonathan Woodson Tapped to Lead Uniformed Services University

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6/8/2022
Dr. Jonathan Woodson Selected to Lead USU

Dr. Jonathan Woodson, a vascular surgeon and former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, will lead the nation’s only federal health sciences university – the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences – as its new President.

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How Military Medicine Is Preparing for the Next Conflict

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6/8/2022
As the Pentagon prepares today’s force for a “near-peer” fight against a large military adversary, the Military Health System is challenged to provide life-saving support for large-scale and dispersed operations.

As the Pentagon prepares today’s force for a “near-peer” fight against a large military adversary, the Military Health System is challenged to provide life-saving support for large-scale and dispersed operations. That’s especially true for the medics supporting troops on the front lines.

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KFOR MedEvac Team Crosses Borders to Save Lives

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6/7/2022
Military personnel posing next to their MedEvac helicopter

MedEvac crew of Detachment 2, Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 169th Aviation Regiment, Virginia National Guard resccue two Albanian police officers.

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BDAACH Enhances Its Surgical Capability Through Robotic Surgical System

Article Around MHS
6/6/2022
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Three years of dedication to activating the robotic surgical system in the Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital (BDAACH) finally came to fruition on May 16, 2022.

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Army Doc Air Assault School

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6/3/2022
Army Doc Air Assault School

An Army doctor earned the top spot in his class at the Air Assault School at Fort Campbell. It is a 10-day course that is both physically and academically challenging teaching soldiers the foundations of heliborne operations to include troop transportation, sling loaded cargo and equipment transportation, medical (MEDEVAC) and casualty (CASEVAC) evacuation operations, and air assault operations. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Christina Yager)

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