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The Military Health System 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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Shots Fired: Brooke Army Medical Center Combat Medic Reacts on Instincts

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6/17/2024
U.S. Army Spc. Anne Koller stands near the emergency entrance of Brooke Army Medical  Center

After work on Feb. 19, 2024, U.S. Army Spc. Anne Koller heard voices and went outside of her house to see what was going on. To her surprise, she heard gunfire and saw her neighbor trying to make it back to his home saying he’d been shot.

Womack Army Medical Center Celebrates Interservice Physician Assistant Program Graduates Class 22-01

Article Around MHS
6/17/2024
graduation at Womack Army Medical Center

Four service members celebrated a major milestone as they graduated from the Interservice Physician Assistant Program during a ceremony at the JFK Memorial Chapel on Fort Liberty, June 7, at 11 a.m. The ceremony marked the culmination of years of hard work, dedication, and commitment to the health care profession.

Making History and Honoring Heritage – New Medical Center Commander/Director Hopes to Inspire

Article Around MHS
6/17/2024
U.S. Navy Captain Anja Dabelić smiles for headshot

United States Navy Captain Anja Dabelić makes history at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune as the first woman to lead the Medical Center since its establishment as a haven for care some 80 years ago.

General Recognizes Red Hill Clinic Personnel for Medical Support After 2021 Fuel Release

Article Around MHS
6/17/2024
military personnel shake hands

The director of Defense Health Network Indo-Pacific, U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Bill Soliz, visited the Red Hill Clinic at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam June 6 to recognize Army, Navy and Air Force personnel for providing outstanding medical support to people exposed to water contamination due to a jet fuel release.

From RT to M.D. – A METC Graduate’s Journey

Article Around MHS
6/17/2024
Army reservist Jared Katz makes the evolution from Respiratory Therapist to M.D.- with the help of METC education.

Army reservist Jared Katz makes the evolution from Respiratory Therapist to M.D.- with the help of METC education.

U.S. Navy Officers Honored for Health Information Technology Excellence

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6/15/2024
U.S. Navy Officers Honored for Health Information Technology Excellence

U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdrs. “Gean” Boca and Raben Talvo receive CIO award, and ACHE Early Career Executive award, respectively, for their health IT expertise and contributions.

New Patient Resources Section on TRICARE Website

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6/14/2024
New Patient Resources Section on TRICARE Website

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Check out the new Patient Resources section on tricare.mil. This section makes it easy to find forms, track your health records, learn about disaster alerts, and more.

TRICARE Authorizes Temporary Prescription Refill Waivers for 12 Florida Counties due to Flooding

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6/13/2024
TRICARE Authorizes Temporary Prescription Refill Waivers for 12 Florida Counties due to Flooding

FALLS CHURCH, Virginia – The Defense Health Agency announced that TRICARE beneficiaries in 12 Florida counties may receive emergency prescription refills now through June 22, 2024, due to flooding.

Health Data Standardization Improves Patient Care

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6/13/2024
Health Data Standardization Improves Patient Care

The Military Health System is working to create a common medical vocabulary to standardize terms and definitions to improve care.

Branch Health Clinic China Lake Helps Expectant Moms Navigate Care in a Rural Setting

Article Around MHS
6/13/2024
Military personnel at uniform inspection

Navigating the health care system can be challenging at any time, but when you live in a rural location and you’re expecting a baby, that adds another layer of complexity. For beneficiaries of Branch Health Clinic China Lake, which is in the western Mojave Desert, they don’t have to go it alone.

Pittsburgh, Pediatrics, and the People: Retiring AF-SG Shares Story, Leadership Ethos, and Personal Growth

Article Around MHS
6/13/2024
Lt. Gen. Robert Miller has his new rank pinned on by his wife and mother-in-law

When Lt. Gen. Robert Miller became the U.S. Air Force Surgeon General in 2021, he committed to building and nurturing personal connections within the Air Force Medical Service.

Environmental Science Officer Receives Order of Military Medical Merit

Article Around MHS
6/13/2024
U.S. Army Lt. Col. Paul Hester smiles for photo

A Public Health Command Europe Director of Environmental Health Sciences was recently inducted into the Order of Military Medical Merit for his accomplishments during his career.

Enlisted Army National Guardsman Earns Doctorate in Neuroscience to Study Brain Diseases, Traumatic Brain Injury

Article Around MHS
6/12/2024
Military medical personnel in lab

U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Gabriel Gonzales, a recent doctorate graduate from the Uniformed Services University, shares his inspiring journey of overcoming challenges in neuroscience research, driven by personal and professional passions.

Nurses Make a Profound Difference in Military Health

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6/11/2024
Nurses Make a Profound Difference in Military Health

The Defense Health Agency celebrated nurses during a National Nurses Week event held May 10, 2024, at DHA headquarters in Falls Church, Virginia.

I Am Navy Medicine - and New Navy MSC officer Lt. j.g. Catherine Basiga

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
Lt. j.g. Catherine Basiga is commissioned as a Navy Medical Service Corps officer

Even before Catherine L. Basiga had risen through the U.S. Navy enlisted ranks to become a hospital corpsman first class, she knew. She knew that preparation, proficiency and perseverance would help her just as she continued to help others.

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Last Updated: March 12, 2024
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