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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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The Future of Nursing

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4/27/2022
The Future of Nursing

Nurses are critical to the #MHS, today and tomorrow. Check out this video to learn about how military nursing is preparing for the future. #NursesWeek #UnitedInService

Nursing Is... 2022 Nurses Week Celebration

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4/27/2022
Nursing Is... 2022 Nurses Week Celebration

Nurses from across the Military Health System tell us what "Nursing Is" to them.

Formulary Search Tool Bag Insert

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4/27/2022
Formulary Search Tool Bag Insert

A pharmacy bag insert that shows that the formulary search tool can help beneficiaries find prescription-related information. Includes a blue list centered on the graphic, a link to esrx.com/tform, and the TRICARE logo on the bottom right.

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Formulary Search Tool Screensaver/Social Media Graphic

Infographic
4/27/2022
Formulary Search Tool Screensaver/Social Media Graphic

A screensaver that shows that the formulary search tool can help beneficiaries find prescription-related information. Includes a blue list centered on the graphic, a link to esrx.com/tform, and the TRICARE logo on the bottom right.

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New Centers Will Deliver Advanced Care for Serious Eye Injuries

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4/27/2022
Army Brig. Gen. Katherine Simonson, Defense Health Agency Deputy Assistant Director of the Research and Engineering Directorate, and Dr. Barclay Butler, Assistant Director for Management, DHA, talks with Army Lt. Col. Samantha Rodgers, Ophthalmology chief (left), during a tour and designation ceremony April 19 at the Ocular Trauma Center – San Antonio Region, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The designation ceremony marked the launch of DHA’s first Ocular Trauma Center, comprised of personnel from Brooke Army Medical Center and the 59th Medical Group. (Photo: Larine H. Barr, DOD)

The Defense Health Agency launched the first of four Ocular Trauma Centers, which will become primary hubs for the treatment of complex eye injuries and development of cutting-edge research programs.

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C-Suite's Culture of Care

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4/27/2022
U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Clinton Murray (right), Brooke Army Medical Center commanding general and an infectious disease physician, and Dr. Evan Renz, deputy to the commander for quality and safety and a general surgeon, stop to compare notes during Saturday morning rounds at BAMC on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Dec. 18, 2021. (Courtesy Photo)

It can be a balancing act, but senior leaders at Brooke Army Medical Center make it a priority to carve out time for clinical care.

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Rocio Romo and son

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4/26/2022
Rocio Romo and son

Airman 1st Class Rocio Romo, Space Launch Delta 30 public affairs specialist, and her son pose for a photo at Cocheo Park on Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, March 25, 2022. During the month of April, we celebrate Month of the Military Child to highlight the sacrifices military children make on the home front while their parents serve the United States. (Photo: Airman Kadielle Shaw, Space Launch Delta 30 Public Affairs)

Healthy Living, One Bite At A Time

Article Around MHS
4/26/2022
Plate of food

One of the pillars of a healthy lifestyle is nutrition and diet. The food you eat is arguably the most important part toward healthy living, also it shapes how you feel and perform.

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WRNMMC’s Darnall Medical Library awarded for its contribution to advancing health research

Article Around MHS
4/26/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

The Darnall Medical Library at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) has been selected as one of the recipients of the 2022 Research Advancement in Health Sciences Award.

TRICARE QLE Knowledge - Getting Divorced, Former Spouses

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4/26/2022
TRICARE QLE Knowledge - Getting Divorced, Former Spouses

Former spouses may have continuing health care options after divorce. Learn more at Caution-www.tricare.mil/formerspouses

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Modern combat helmet

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4/25/2022
Modern combat helmet

Modern combat helmets, like the one worn by this Marine, offer protection from both projectiles and blast waves. They are also designed to incorporate the use of communications equipment and other devices that can improve warfighter performance and capability. (Photo: Lance Cpl. Manuel Alvarado, U.S. Marine Corps)

Lt. Gen. Patton and Brig. Gen. Roosevelt

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4/25/2022
Lt. Gen. Patton and Brig. Gen. Roosevelt

Lt. Gen. George S. Patton and Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt Jr are pictured here in 1943 wearing the standard M1 helmet, sometimes called the "steel pot." (Photo: 1st Infantry Division Courtesy Photo)

Sharing nursing knowledge: Madigan’s 13th Annual Warman Conference

Article Around MHS
4/25/2022
Juanita Warman Nursing Excellence Conference

Excellence Conference reinforced the strengths in the nursing community at Madigan Army Medical Center on Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington.

For the first time at Aviano AB the 31st MDG integrates with 31st SFS for “Trauma Care Under Fire” training

Article Around MHS
4/25/2022
Military personnel during a training session

For the first time at Aviano Air Base, 31st Medical Group technicians conducted joint ‘trauma care under fire’ training with the 31st Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog K-9 unit, at Aviano Air Base, Italy.

Pendleton’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program provides support for survivors

Article Around MHS
4/25/2022
SPEAK UP FOR THE VICTIMS; SPEAK OUT AGAINST SEXUAL ASSUALT

The SAPR program’s various services has allowed the Marine Corps to offer service members and their family members the ability to report a sexual assault and address any negative consequences that come as a result.

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