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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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Dr. Cordts welcomes regional coordinators to training

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5/13/2019
Dr. Paul Cordts, Deputy Assistant Director for Medical Affairs, addressed coordinators from the Recovery Coordination Program during annual training. (Courtesy photo)

Programs and organizations that build relationships for service members and caregivers are critical

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DoD joins national global health security effort

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5/13/2019
Image of the DoD Seal

The Global Health Security Strategy outlines the U.S. approach to strengthen Global Health Security

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Navy nurse earns recognition for Nurses Week 2019

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5/10/2019
Navy Capt. Andrea Petrovanie (left), Naval Medical Center San Diego, Senior Nurse Officer, Directorate for Branch Clinics, goes over the day's orders with members of her nursing staff at NMCSD Naval Training Center branch clinic. Petrovanie was recently recognized for outstanding leadership by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the Defense Health Agency. (U.S. Navy photo)

I love what I do and I know for sure nursing is my calling

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Navy hospital ship to deploy in response to humanitarian crisis in Latin America

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5/10/2019
The U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort is scheduled to deploy in to the Caribbean, Central America and South America to conduct humanitarian medical assistance missions in support of regional partners and in response to the regional impacts of political and economic crises in Venezuela. (U.S. Navy photo)

USNS Comfort represents our enduring promise to our partners in the Western Hemisphere

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Call to service: A transition from civilian to Army nurse

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5/9/2019
Army Capt. Lisa Kasper, an Emergency Room Nurse assigned to 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), inserts an intravenous needle into a patient during a training exercise at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. John Moore)

Serving as the only nurse in the brigade was very daunting

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AFMES celebrates lab week

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5/8/2019
The purpose of lab week is to increase public awareness of the importance of laboratory professionals and their role in clinical diagnostics and medicine. The exceptional efforts and behind-the-scenes work of laboratories is essential to protecting public health. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nicole Leidholm)

AFMES celebrated its lab week by embracing science and lab techs

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Jacksonville nurse throws out first pitch at MLB game

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5/8/2019
Navy Cmdr. Coby Croft throws out the first pitch at the invitation of the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team as they took on the Arizona Diamondbacks on May 6. Croft was invited as part of this year's National Nurses Week celebration, which continues until May 12. (Photo courtesy of the Tampa Bay Rays.)

Croft was proud to represent the roughly 27,000 uniformed and civilian nurses in the Military Health System

Mother's Day a chance to highlight care in the Military Health System

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5/8/2019
The Nunns with daughter Sabella and son Gideon. (Courtesy file photo)

The Military Health System helps deliver more than 100,000 babies each year

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Wreath-laying ceremony marks start of National Nurses Week

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5/7/2019
The MHS wreath presented at the beginning of National Nurses Week at the 3rd annual wreath laying ceremony stands against the stained-glass backdrop of Tiffany Circle Hall at the American Red Cross headquarters, Washington, D.C. (MHS photo)

Third annual event honors military, civilian nurses

Preventive Medicine techs foil the foe

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5/6/2019
The Food Safety Managers Course can positively impact mission readiness. By inspecting food and food service facilities, and if needed, conducting bacteriological analysis of food, water, and ice samples keeps those food and water borne contaminants away. (U.S. Army photo)

The adversary can impact Sailors and Marines everywhere

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Adding a new family member stateside? Take action to get TRICARE coverage

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5/3/2019
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Whether giving birth or adopting, this change in your family composition is a TRICARE Qualifying Life Event

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From flight medical technician to Public Health nurse

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5/2/2019
2019 National Nurses Week Profile of Public Health Service Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Cohen

2019 National Nurses Week Profile of Public Health Service Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Cohen

Navy nurse is also educator, coordinator of care

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5/2/2019
2019 National Nurses Week Profile of Navy Captain Andrea Petrovanie

2019 National Nurses Week Profile of Navy Captain Andrea Petrovanie

Land, air, sea: Care in all domains

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5/2/2019
2019 National Nurses Week Profile of Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Matthew D. Welder

2019 National Nurses Week Profile of Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Matthew D. Welder

Air Force nurse gives back to thank U.S. for second chance

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5/2/2019
2019 National Nurses Week Profile of Air Force Major Phi Tran

2019 National Nurses Week Profile of Air Force Major Phi Tran

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