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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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Advancement Towards High Reliability Video

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5/10/2021
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Eielson nurse says technology, readiness integral to military nursing

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5/10/2021
Military health personnel checking the ears of a patient

Air Force 1st Lt. Katelyn Schoneweis, a clinical nurse at Eielson Medical Clinic at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, said technology like MHS GENESIS, working with the Army and her commander’s increased focus on readiness have already benefitted her early in her career.

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Army nurse recognized with national nursing honor

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5/10/2021
Military health personnel wearing face mask reviewing a patient's record

Army Lt. Col. DeAnna Hutchings was one of only 18 nurses from across the nation -- and the only military nurse -- to receive the 2021 Circle of Excellence award from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses for care of acutely and critically ill patients and their families.

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Ask the Doc: COVID Courageous

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5/10/2021
Spc. Andrew Buchtan, 1-4 Infantry Regiment medic, vaccinates Command Sgt. Maj. Deondre Long, Battalion Command Sergeant Major of 1-4 Infantry Regiment. Long said “I got the vaccination shot today because I did not want my leadership style to change. I am an engaged leader. The shot will enable me to develop a better relationship with my soldiers. It will help better interact with them without a standoffish leadership.” (US Army photo by Sgt. Julian Padua).

Dear Doc: I was afraid about getting my COVID vaccine at first and even entertained the thought of not getting it at all, but now that most of my friends and coworkers have gotten their first dose and some have even gotten their second, I think I'm ready. It seems pretty safe. That being said, now I need to know what I'm supposed to do to get it done. My wife wants to get hers as well but isn't sure how to go about doing it as a dependent. Is there a difference? Are there different ways of getting an appointment? What do we have to do? Any help would be much appreciated. — COVID Courageous

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2021 Patient Safety Professional Course Virtual April 12

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5/7/2021

The next PS Professionals Course will be held virtually April 12 - 22, 2021. For more information, please contact the DoD Patient Safety Training staff: dha.patient-safety-training@mail.mil.

Nurses Corp Main 2021

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5/7/2021
Military personnel speaking at a podium

For Army Col. Vince Myers, an Army nurse serving as the chief of staff for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, the range and responsibilities of nurses’ duties are what make them a critical element of the medical team (Photo by: Courtesy Army Col. Vince Myers).

Navy Nurse at NHTP 2021

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5/7/2021
Military health personnel posing for a picture

Navy Lt. Karen Jimenez Gudino is a registered nurse at the Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms, Emergency Department, Marine Corps Combat Development Command Twentynine Palms in California, which serves Marines and sailors alike.

Navy Nurse 2021

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5/7/2021
Military health personnel wearing face mask discussing the COVID-19 vaccine program

Navy Cmdr. Glenn “Pete” Bradford, a nurse at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, discusses the COVID-19 vaccination program in the Jacksonville, Florida, community with Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Morgan Helms and Navy Force Master Chief Michael Roberts, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery director, U.S. Navy Hospital Corps, to his left (Photo by: Navy Mass Communications Specialist 3rd Class Griffin Kersting).

Diversity, flexibility of Nurse Corps members makes them stand out

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5/7/2021
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Unified. Reliable. Ready. – National Nurses Week holds special significance after unforeseen events of the past year.

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Daughter of Mexican immigrants excels as Navy nurse

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5/7/2021
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Navy registered nurse at the Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms (NHTP) Emergency Department at the Marine Corps Combat Development Command Twentynine Palms in California serves Marines and sailors alike.

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Navy nurse steps into Jacksonville community for COVID-19 vaccinations

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5/7/2021
Military health personnel wearing face mask discussing the COVID-19 vaccine program

Navy Cmdr. Glenn “Pete” Bradford is aiding the underserved Jacksonville community in COVID-19 vaccination mission

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Roundtable 2021

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5/6/2021
Military personnel talking at a podium

Dr. Terry Adirim (left), acting assistant secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, and Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald J. Place, director of the Defense Health Agency, participated at a roundtable April 12 hosted by the American Hospital Association (Lisa Ferdinando, Department of Defense).

Nurses and Tech Week Main 2021

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5/6/2021
12 COVID-19 patients aboard a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft

Airmen assigned to the 313th Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron transfer a COVID-19 patient following the first-ever operational use of the Negatively Pressurized Conex to transport 12 patients aboard a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft at Ramstein Air Base, Germany last July, to receive higher level of care at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany (Photo by: Air Force Airman 1st Class John R. Wright).

EACH Main 2021

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5/6/2021
Military health personnel inputting information into a computer

Army 1st Lt. Lauryn Hudgins, a 627th Hospital Center critical care nurse, inputs patient data July 10, 2020, at Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas, in support of the Department of Defense COVID-19 response (Photo by: Luis A. Deya).

BAMC Nurses Week 2021

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5/6/2021
Black and white image of two nurses wearing PPE in a hospital setting

Nurses play an extremely important role in saving lives and caring for our Service members and their families around the world. In honor of these incredible professionals, each year the nation celebrates National Nurses Week between 6 May, National Nurses Day, and 12 May, the birthdate of celebrated nurse Florence Nightingale. We are grateful for our nurses and all nurses worldwide. Thank you for your service and sacrifice!

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