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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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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.

I Am Navy Medicine – Behavioral Health Tech – Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Cade Crenshaw

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Cade Crenshaw listens at attention

With May designated by the Department of Defense as Mental Health Awareness Month, there is one definitive aspect which Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Cade Crenshaw wants everyone to know about mental health.

U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa is Improving the Patient Experience with Modernization Through Innovation

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
military personnel pose at ScriptCenter in Okinawa, japan

The pharmacy at U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa recently added a fully automated ScriptCenter in the pharmacy lobby for beneficiaries in Okinawa. Capt. Kathleen Cooperman spoke during the ribbon-cutting to staff and patients in the waiting area about the importance of modernization through innovation. Cooperman mentioned that leveraging technology is a priority of the Defense Health Agency's Director, Lt. Gen. Telita Crosland.

I Am Navy Medicine - and Navy MSC In-Service Procurement Program appointee - Lt. j.g. Paulo C Guillen

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
Lt. j.g. Paulo C. Guillen is commissioned as a Navy Medical Service Corps

Rare is the time when the normal staid and focused ambiance of the laboratory in Navy Medicine Readiness Training Unit Bangor becomes full of boisterous gaiety. Yet last year there was a sudden burst of unleashed enthusiasm when the Navy Medical Service Corps officially increased their ranks as Navy Medicine’s most diverse corps.

Twelve New Graduates Complete Emergency Medical Technician Course

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
Military personnel practice loading a patient into an ambulance during training.

Emergency Medical Services Week, observed May 19-25, recognizes the service members and civilians who care for patients in U.S. Naval Hospital Guantanamo Bay’s emergency department.

United States Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Guantanamo Bay Holds Change of Command Ceremony

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
Capt. Richard Zeber salutes military personnel

U.S. Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Guantanamo Bay held a change of command ceremony at U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, May 31.

Air Force Retiree Excels in his Role at Naval Health Clinic Lemoore

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
Capt. Richard Zeber salutes military personnel

Cedric L. Fuller is an equipment manager and accountable property officer at Naval Health Clinic Lemoore. He is from Musella, Georgia and has worked at the clinic for four years.

Army Veterinary Corps Celebrates 108th Birthday

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
Military personnel teaching a dog at Ft. Campbell Vet Clinic

The Army Veterinary Corps celebrates 108 years of service to our nation June 3. The Soldiers and staff of the Fort Campbell Veterinary Clinic strive to provide the best animal, food and public health support to the entire Fort Campbell community.

Cherry Point Clinic Celebrates Retirement Accomplishments of Sailors, Staff

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
 Chief Petty Officer Raymond Weeks smiles for camera

Staff serving aboard Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point celebrated the retirement of a Chief Petty Officer and the accomplishments of Sailors and civilians during a ceremony conducted Wednesday, May 29 aboard the Clinic.

Stories of Valor and Sacrifice: Navy Medical Heroes at Midway

Article Around MHS
6/11/2024
historic photo of military personnel on the USS Yorktown 1942

The Battle of Midway stands as a pivotal moment in World War II, a turning point that decisively shifted the balance of power in the Pacific. For the Navy, June 4, 1942, remains a sacred date, one that not only celebrates a historic victory but also encourages us to look back on the tremendous courage and sacrifice of all who served. This includes the vital role played by Navy Medicine.

TRICARE Authorizes Temporary Prescription Refill Waivers for 2 Counties in Iowa due to Storm Damage

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6/10/2024
TRICARE Authorizes Temporary Prescription Refill Waivers for 2 Counties in Iowa due to Storm Damage

FALLS CHURCH, Virginia – The Defense Health Agency announced that TRICARE beneficiaries in two counties in Iowa may receive emergency prescription refills now through June 17, 2024, due to storm damage.

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