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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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Immunization Healthcare Branch outreach initiatives

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12/6/2017
Navy Lt. Jessica Miller, a certified nurse midwife in Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s pregnancy Integrated Practice Unit, assesses a patient. A key education initiative for the Defense Health Agency Immunization Healthcare Branch involved outreach to new parents or soon-to-be parents to address any questions or concerns they have about vaccines recommended during pregnancy, infancy or childhood. (U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel)

A key education initiative for the Defense Health Agency Immunization Healthcare Branch involved outreach to new parents or soon-to-be parents

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Community, innovative collaborations are themes at third annual International Warrior Care Symposium

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12/6/2017
Air Commodore Rich Withnall, United Kingdom WC21 co-chair (left), Harjit Sajjan, Canada’s minister of national defence (center left), Dr. Dorothy Narvaez-Woods, special assistant to the assistant secretary of defense for health affairs (center right), and Mr. Bret Stevens, U.S. WC21 co-chair (right) pose for a photo following Minister Sajjan’s  keynote address. Senior representatives from 14 attending nations discussed their nations’ strategic priorities for warrior care. (Canadian Armed Forces photo by Corporal Lisa Fenton)

Community, innovative collaborations are themes at International Warrior Care Symposium

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2017 MHS award winners honored

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12/6/2017
MHS “Advancements towards High Reliability in Health Care” Awards: Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety Awards - Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for “High Value Cost Conscious Care: Optimizing the Electronic Medical Record to Reduce Unnecessary or Redundant Lab Orders.” Pictured (left to right) are Navy Vice Adm. Raquel Bono, director, Defense Health Agency, Navy Lt. Brett Sadowski, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Alison Lane, Navy Lt. Sara Robinson, Navy Lt. Nora Maddy and Tom McCaffery, acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs. (Courtesy photo)

The Department of Defense Military Health System honored its top healthcare providers and facilities during an awards ceremony

Doctors use cutting-edge research at Navy hospital

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12/6/2017
Chad Rodarmer, traumatic brain injury clinic program manager, demonstrates tracking a patient's eye movement at Naval Medical Center San Diego, California. (DoD photo by EJ Hersom)

The Navy is developing and using cutting-edge research to better help service members, their family members and retirees

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From initial entry to retirement, access to seamless health care top priority among leaders

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12/6/2017
Dr. Paul Cordts, (right), director of the Defense Health Agency Office of the Functional Champion, and Dr. Ashwini Zenooz, chief medical officer for the VA’s Electronic Health Record Modernization executive office, speak at AMSUS Annual Meeting in Oxon Hill, Maryland, on November 29. This year’s conference theme emphasizes force health protection from the battlefield to home. (Courtesy photo)

DoD and Va are committed to working together

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Navy doctors bring medical care to the Amazon

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12/5/2017
U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Nehkonti Adams, an infectious diseases specialist, left, and U.S. Navy Lt. Gregory Condos, an internal medicine specialist, middle, work with 2nd Lt. Raissa Vieira Sanchez, a Brazilian medical officer, right, to diagnose an elderly woman on her houseboat near a remote village along the Amazon River in Brazil. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame)

U.S. Navy doctors recently embarked aboard a Brazilian Navy hospital ship and began a month-long humanitarian mission that will take them deep into the Amazon

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Defense Health Agency earns top 2017 Military Health System Awards

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12/5/2017
Navy Vice Adm. Raquel Bono, director, Defense Health Agency (far left) and Thomas McCaffery, acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs (far right), present the MHS “Advancements towards High Reliability in Health Care” Quality and Patient Safety Award to Fort Belvoir Community Hospital for “Improving Sterile Instrument and Process Handling.” Accepting award (left to right) are Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Daniel Asante, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Lara Kirchner, Army Maj. Shirley Ochoa-Dobies, Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Daniel Renardo Reid and Chief Petty Officer James Pell. (Courtesy photo)

Several activities and one individual from the Defense Health Agency were recognized during an awards ceremony

Airman saves infant's life

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12/4/2017
Air Force Staff Sgt. Charity Lee Vest, 87th Aerospace Medicine Squadron operational medicine technician, holds baby Arlo at his home on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. Vest received a knock on the door from a neighbor who exclaimed their 14 month-old son was unresponsive and needed medical attention. Vest used her CPR training to resuscitate the infant. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jessica Blair)

Air Force Staff Sgt. Charity Vest used her CPR training to resuscitate a 14 month-old child who was unresponsive

CGHE: A look back at an eventful year

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12/1/2017
Navy Capt. (Dr.) Jamie Reeves (left) and Air Force Major (Dr.) Geoff Oravec (center, right), of the Uniformed Services University's Center for Global Health Engagement participated in Exercise RIMPAC 2016 with Captain Sun Tao, head of the medical element of the Chinese hospital ship Peace Ark. During the exercise, CGHE delivered its Fundamentals for Global Health Engagement course, which brought together about 30 Chinese Navy medical officers with medical officers from Australia, Canada, and the US Navy.  (Uniformed Services University photo)

This year has been an exceptional one at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences’ (USU) Center for Global Health Engagement (CGHE).

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Earthquake shakes Dover Air Force Base

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12/1/2017
A map of Delaware and the surrounding areas where a magnitude 4.1 earthquake occurred Nov. 30, 2017, six miles northeast of Dover is shown. (Courtesy photo)

On November 30, 2017, a magnitude 4.1 earthquake occurred six miles northeast of Dover, Delaware

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Army to begin providing medical care to Chem/Bio research volunteers

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12/1/2017
A Soldier provides medical care. (U.S. Army photo)

The U.S. Army is notifying veterans that they may be eligible to receive medical care if they participated in U.S. Army chemical or biological substance testing from 1942 to 1975

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Military health: All for one, one for all

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12/1/2017
From left, Retired Army Maj. Gen. Richard Thomas, president of Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences;  Navy Rear Adm. Colin Chinn, Joint Staff surgeon; Air Force Lt. Gen. Mark Ediger, Air Force surgeon general; Navy Vice Adm. Forrest Faison III, Navy surgeon general; Army Maj. Gen. Ronald Place, for the Army surgeon general; Navy Vice Adm. Raquel Bono, director of the Defense Health Agency; and Tom McCaffery, acting assistant secretary of defense for health affairs. (Courtesy photo)

Joint interoperability is theme of leadership session

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AFHSB's health surveillance program supports Defense Department global health engagement efforts

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11/30/2017
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Joshua Douglass, left, an aerospace medical technician, watches as Liberian health care workers properly put on their personal protective equipment as part response by the Defense Department operation to provide logistics, training and engineering support during the Ebola virus outbreak. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Terrance D. Rhodes)

Navy Commander Franca R. Jones, chief of the Global Emerging Infections section at the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch (AFHSB) discusses how AFHSB's health surveillance program supports the Defense Department global health engagement efforts.

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Navy bells, Army colors mark NCR change of leadership

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11/30/2017
From left, Navy Rear Adm. David Lane, Navy Vice Adm. Raquel Bono, and Army Maj. Gen. Ronald Place during the change of authority ceremony for the National Capital Region Medical Directorate. (Courtesy photo)

Army Maj. Gen. Ronald Place is incoming director

DoD's international HIV/AIDS prevention program saves lives, builds lasting relationships

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11/30/2017
Air Force Capt. Crystal Karahan, U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Air Forces Africa international health specialist, talks to Cameroonian nursing students during a clean site delivery workshop in Douala, Cameroon. (Courtesy photo)

MHS honors World AIDS Day December 1

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