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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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NW 2022 Overlay

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Overlay

Download this overlay and use it to spotlight nurses from your MTF on social media.

NW 2022 Future of Nursing

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Future of Nursing

From virtual health care to improving integration, working with robotic surgery and more, the MHS is dedicated to investing in the future of nursing. www.health.mil/nursesweek #UnitedInService #NursesWeek

NW 2022 United in Service

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 United in Service

National Nurses Week runs from May 6-12. We are honored to celebrate the extraordinary military, civilian, and contractor nurses across the #MHS and nation who are on the frontlines of health care. www.health.mil/nursesweek #NursesWeek #UnitedInService

NW 2022 Tags

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4/29/2022
NW 2022 Tags

Nurses across the #MHS are united by their drive to serve and rooted in the strength that keeps them performing at a high level every day. www.health.mil/nursesweek #NursesWeek #UnitedInService

Tips for Talking to Your Kids About Current Events

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4/29/2022
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Rocio Romo, public affairs specialist at Space Launch Delta 30, spends quality time with her son at Cocheo Park on Vandenberg Space Force Base, California. We celebrate Month of the Military Child in April to celebrate military children whose parents serve the United States. (Photo: U.S. Space Force Airman 1st Class Kadielle Shaw)

Parents can help reassure children who are troubled by news events they see on TV and social media.

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Lt. Gen. Place receives commemorative Vietnam War flag

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4/28/2022
Lt. Gen. Place receives commemorative Vietnam War flag

U.S. Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ron Place, Defense Health Agency director, receives a commemorative Vietnam War flag from Army Maj. Gen. (Retired) Peter Aylward, The United States of America Vietnam Commemoration director. (Photo: Sonia Clark, MHS Communications)

Shirley Lanham Elementary School students

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4/28/2022
Shirley Lanham Elementary School students

Shirley Lanham Elementary School students perform Taiko drumming during a Month of the Military Child celebration aboard the Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan, April 6, 2022. (Photo: Petty Officer 2nd Class Ange-Olivier Clement, Naval Air Facility Atsugi)

RevX upgrades MHS GENESIS at Puget Sound Military Health System

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4/28/2022
Military personnel looking at a computer

The Department of Defense integrated electronic health record MHS GENESIS is being upgraded at Puget Sound Military Health System military treatment facilities.

2021 Health of the Force report examines COVID-19 pandemic impacts to Soldier health, public health response

Article Around MHS
4/28/2022
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The U.S. Army Public Health Center released the seventh annual Health of the Force (HOF) report April 18. The report focuses on Active Component Soldiers and presents Army-wide and installation-level data for more than 20 medical, wellness, and environmental indicators.

Air Force Physical Therapist Honored for Role in Space Medicine

Article Around MHS
4/28/2022
Air Force Maj. Danielle Anderson.

The 2021 Air Force Medical Service Annual Awards were announced last month, recognizing individuals and teams who represent the best of Air Force Medicine.

Vietnam War Commemoration Presents DHA Director with Commemorative Flag

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4/28/2022
U.S. Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ron Place, Defense Health Agency director, receives a commemorative Vietnam War flag from Army Maj. Gen. (Retired) Peter Aylward, The United States of America Vietnam Commemoration director. (Photo: Sonia Clark, MHS Communications)

Lt. Gen. Place receives Vietnam War commemorative flag.

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Helping Your Child to Cope with Grief and Losses Related to COVID-19

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4/28/2022
Shirley Lanham Elementary School students perform Taiko drumming during a Month of the Military Child celebration aboard the Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan, April 6, 2022. (Photo: Petty Officer 2nd Class Ange-Olivier Clement, Naval Air Facility Atsugi)

Many military children have lost loved ones to COVID-19. How parents can help with the grief.

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Ocular Trauma Center San Antonio Region

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4/27/2022
Ocular Trauma Center San Antonio Region

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)

Care from C Suite

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4/27/2022
Care from C Suite

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)

DAF updates leave program; includes support for fertility treatments, transition assistance programs

Article Around MHS
4/27/2022
mother and a baby

A recent update to the Department of the Air Force Instruction 36-3003, Military Leave Program, includes time for Airmen and Guardians who want to participate in a fertility treatment program at a military medical treatment facility.

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