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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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METC Degree Bridge Program helps METC Alum change career path

Article Around MHS
9/23/2022
Military personnel

Spc. Abby Milinkovich, a 2017 graduate of the Medical Education and Training Campus Combat Medic Specialist Training Program (previously known as the Department of Combat Medic Training), is currently working on her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at a Minnesota college while serving in the Army National Guard.

Eglin Hospital transitions to new health records system

Article Around MHS
9/23/2022
MHS GENESIS

The 96th Medical Group goes live with the Defense Health Agency's new health record system here Sept. 24.

September is Suicide Prevention Month

Article Around MHS
9/22/2022
Suicide Prevention Month

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. his year’s theme is “Be The One To Stop Suicide Before It Starts.” The month is set aside each year to bring heightened awareness to suicide prevention.

Dedicated Korean War Navy Medic Worked “Feverishly” to Save Lives

Article
9/22/2022
Profile photo of a sailor

U.S. Navy Hospitalman Francis Hammond was awarded a posthumous Medal of Honor for selflessly saving lives and risking his own during the Korean War.

Columbus AFB upgrades to MHS GENESIS

Article Around MHS
9/21/2022
MHS GENESIS

The 14th Flying Training Wing will join nine other military installations scheduled for the launch of the new Military Health System (MHS) GENESIS and electronic health record, beginning in September 2022.

Exciting Time to be at NASA: USU Alumnus, Army Doc Heads to Space

Article
9/21/2022
Close-up of an astronaut

U.S. Army Astronaut Lt. Col. (Dr.) Frank Rubio, a 2010 graduate of the Uniformed Services University, successfully launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, aboard a Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft, Sept. 21, for a six-month mission aboard the International Space Station.

BAMC Behavioral Health professionals, resources are here to help

Article Around MHS
9/20/2022
Military personnel looking at a computer

Across the nation, suicide has been prevalent in the general population over the past decade, due to a myriad of events increasing the need for behavioral health (or mental health) services throughout the community and world.

Safety Tips for Riding Your Motorcycle this Fall

Article
9/20/2022
Motorycle rider and illustration of proper and required gear.

Safety tips for motorcyclists

A Changing of Caring Hands at NHCOH NMRTC Oak Harbor

Article Around MHS
9/19/2022
Military personnel at a podium

Navy Capt. Juliann Althoff relieved Capt. Steven Kewish as commanding officer of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Oak Harbor (NMRTCOH) and director, Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor (NHCOH) during a change of command ceremony on Ault Field earlier this month.

Navy Medicine Conducts ERSS Proficiency Training

Article Around MHS
9/19/2022
Military personnel performing emergency surgery

Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) surgical teams conducted an Expeditionary Resuscitative Surgical Systems (ERSS) training exercise aboard the Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship, USS Tortuga (LSD-46) during Task Force Atlas, Sept. 6-9.

NMC Camp Lejeune’s Lab Receives ‘Unprecedented’ Results

Article
9/19/2022
Military personnel demonstrating lab testing procedures

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune's Lab recently received a compliance rate of 99.9% on their recent inspection from the College of American Pathologists.

Military Health System Research Symposium Draws Thousands of Researchers from Across the Globe

Article Around MHS
9/16/2022
Researchers at an exhibit at the Military Health System Symposium

Thousands of scientists and scholars from around the world, including more than 150 researchers and leaders from the Uniformed Services University (USU) and countless USU graduates, represented the many innovative minds who attended this year’s 2022 Military Health System Research Symposium.

Giving Sailors Something to Smile About

Article Around MHS
9/16/2022
3D-printed teeth

Two active duty Sailors aboard the USS Nimitz (CVN 68) and USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) made military medical history after U.S. Navy dentists successfully removed the Sailors’ failing teeth and implanted 3D-printed prosthetics for the first time while assigned to a carrier.   

On National Concussion Awareness Day, Learn the Truth about TBI

Article
9/16/2022
A mountain biker wearing a helmet bikes through hard terrain.

Separate the myths and truths around traumatic brain injury

Air Quality Awareness in a Haze

Article Around MHS
9/15/2022
Hazy sunset view at Puget Sound

Due to raging wildfires scorching thousands of acres from British Columbia to northern California, there’s been a murky layer which has settled over the entire area, which has even closed highways and mountain passes in Washington State.

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