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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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MHS GENESIS live at BJACH, JRTC, Fort Polk

Article Around MHS
4/6/2022
Military personnel looking at a computer

At 7 a.m., on March 19, as the day shift assumed their duties MHS GENESIS became the new modernized electronic health record for beneficiaries of Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital.

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Military Medical Officials Back FY 23 Budget Before Senate Appropriations Committee

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4/6/2022
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)

Military Medical officials, including Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald J. Place, Defense Health Agency director, back FY 23 Budget before the Senate Appropriations Committee, March 29, 2022.

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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)

A Germ of an Idea for Patient Safety Awareness Week

Article Around MHS
4/5/2022
Pictures of germs

From countertops and cutting boards to television remotes and cell phones, the immediate world of many – sight unseen - has a host of germs readily intent on meeting anyone, anytime and anywhere.

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Women's History Month highlight: All-women medic team supports mission welcoming Afghan allies

Article Around MHS
4/5/2022
Military personnel taking a walk

In late August 2021, the Department of Defense issued a call for volunteers to support Operation Allies Welcome, the federal government’s effort to safely resettle Afghan refugees.

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Why I Donate Blood: A Conversation with Purple Heart Veteran Sgt Russ Himmelberger

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4/5/2022
Why I Donate Blood: A Conversation with Purple Heart Veteran Sgt Russ Himmelberger

CSM Michael Gragg, DHA Senior Enlisted Leader, sit downs with retired Sgt Russell Himmelberger, to talk about his service, his injury during OIF, and why he donates blood to the Armed Services Blood Program.

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What are USU Facility Dogs?

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4/5/2022
What are USU Facility Dogs?

What are facility dogs? The Uniformed Services University is the only medical school in the country that has facility dogs to serve their medical students and staff.

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MOMC Badge

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4/5/2022
MOMC Badge

Use this Month of the Military Child badge as an overlay to create your own local MOMC social media posts.

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Month of the Military Child - Celebrating Military Kids

MOMC Coping with Loss 2

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4/5/2022
MOMC Coping with Loss 2

Change is a constant for most kids. Parents can help them adjust to change by setting expectations, so they can anticipate a new routine and look forward to the end of the disruption. #MOMC #CopingWithLoss #MonthoftheMilitaryChild #MilKids https://militarykidsconnect.health.mil/Caring-for-Our-Youth/Parents

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MOMC Coping with Loss 1

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4/5/2022
MOMC Coping with Loss 1

As the COVID-19 pandemic moves to a new phase, it’s important to help children understand what that means in their community. Communication is critical, so talk to your kids about the “new normal” and answer their questions honestly and simply as possible. #MOMC #CopingWithLoss #MonthoftheMilitaryChild #MilKids https://militarykidsconnect.health.mil/Caring-for-Our-Youth/Parents

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MOMC Main

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4/5/2022
MOMC Main

Welcome to #MonthoftheMilitaryChild! This month the #MHS and #DHA celebrate the strength and resilience #MilKids and families have shown through two years of COVID-19, and highlight tips and resources to help children as we move into new phases of the pandemic. https://health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Total-Force-Fitness/Preventive-Health/Childrens-Health #MOMC #CopingWithLoss

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MOMC Purple Up

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4/5/2022
MOMC Purple Up

#PurpleUp today! Wear purple to show support for the military kids in your life today, and to honor the strength, resiliency and sheer might of Military Kids around the globe! https://health.mil/MKCHome #MOMC #CopingWithLoss #MonthoftheMilitaryChild #MilKids

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MOMC Coping with Loss 3

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4/5/2022
MOMC Coping with Loss 3

The past two years have been tough for everyone, especially kids. Here are tips for how to help your children process the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, and adjust to the new normal. #MOMC #CopingWithLoss #MonthoftheMilitaryChild #MilKids https://sesamestreetincommunities.org/activities/when-children-worry/

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MOMC Talk About It

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4/5/2022
MOMC Talk About It

Communication is key to helping kids cope with loss, disruption, or grief. https://sesamestreetincommunities.org/activities/when-children-worry/ #MOMC #CopingWithLoss #MonthoftheMilitaryChild #MilKids

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