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Articles by Douglas H. Stutz, NHB/NMRTC Bremerton Public Affairs Officer

Navy optometry tech finds path to service at NH Bremerton

Female soldier wearing a black mask

As part of our ‘I am Navy Medicine’ series, Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Cruz Gabriela Gallardo, NMRTC Bremerton's Optometry Clinic and Optical Support Unit leading petty officer is highlighted.

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Heroes Behind the Mask

Defending the Homeland: NMRTC Bremerton ensures Operational Readiness and a Medically Ready Force

Three healthcare workers wearing masks

Supporting mission readiness has long been a responsibility for the ready medical force of NMRTC Bremerton.

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Coronavirus | Health Readiness

Top Military Health Care officials visit Naval Hospital Bremerton

Place and colleagues learn about Bremerton

"[W]hat’s most important to military health is not headquarters, but where that military health is delivered."

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Combat Support | Coronavirus

DHA Director and Senior Enlisted Leader visit Branch Health Clinic Everett

Army Lt. Gen. Ronald Place viewing a drive-through pharmacy

NHB, along with Branch Health Clinics Bangor, Everett and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard transitioned administration and management oversight to DHA in the fall of 2019.

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Defending the Homeland: COVID-19 Asymptomatic Testing Clinic opens at NMRTC Bremerton

Soldier getting a nasal swab test for COVID-19

[S]tanding up the CAT clinic will assist in identifying asymptomatic COVID-positive individuals and assist the continual effort to stop the spread of the pandemic.

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Confronting the Coronavirus and Countering Complacency

Masked Navy members consult clipboard.

Call it the COVID-19 complacency conundrum.

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Coronavirus | Convalescent Plasma Collection Program

A stronger tomorrow starts today during Men’s Health Month

Men running on the street

Although just a guess, there’s a sneaky reason why June is designated as Men’s Health Month.

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Men's Health

NMRTC Bremerton Radiology enhances connectivity with MHS GENESIS

Corpsman showing medical equipment to group of people in masks

New X-ray machine at NMRTC Bremerton provides near real-time capability for patient diagnosis on MHS GENESIS

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Defending the Homeland: NHB/NMRTC Bremerton’s PHEO leans in on COVID-19 pandemic

Three men standing in front of a military medical tent

It’s been long days preparing for the unpredictable, limiting the unforeseen and controlling the unexpected.

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Coronavirus | Heroes Behind the Mask

NMRTC Bremerton recognizes National Nurse Week/Navy Nurse Corps Birthday

image of nurse Amy Salzieder, with the statement "Nurses care for people, not just treat a person. In doing so, we receive the satisfaction of knowing that we have made a difference to patients and their families."

Nurses Care for People...Not Just Treat a Person.

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Nurses Week

Defending the Homeland: 'I Am Navy Medicine, helping stop the spread of COVID-19'

Image of nurse wearing a mask

NMRTC Bremerton’s Urgent Care Clinic (UCC) is a microcosm example of nurses – and teamwork - in action.

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Coronavirus | Heroes Behind the Mask | Nurses Week

Shining light on those wintertime blues

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects millions of Americans every year and is believed to be more common in parts of the country where the sunshine is less prevalent, such as here. SAD symptoms can include a down mood, loss of interest in activities that are normally enjoyable, change in appetite, sleep patterns, fatigue and loss of energy. (Navy photo by Douglas Stutz)

About seven percent of people experience a depressive episode every year

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Psychological Fitness | Sleep

DHA transition discussion hosted at Naval Hospital Bremerton

Air Force Maj. Gen. Lee E. Payne, Assistant Director for Combat Support Agency, Defense Health Agency explained to Naval Hospital Bremerton staff members during a Town Hall meeting there are four overlapping areas of focus for DHA which are great outcomes, ready medical force, satisfied patients, and fulfilled staff, all contributing to the goal of having a medically ready force and a ready medical force.

The most important outcome for us is a medically ready force

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Lending a helping, healing hand

Navy Capt. Johannes Bailey, Naval Hospital Bremerton Director for Nursing Services (left) and Navy Lt. Kaitlyn Harmon, NHB Multi Service Unit (right), flank Army 1st Lt. Lauren Odegaard, from Madigan Army Medical Center, for a photo op after thanking her for her assistance. Odegaard provided assistance for the month of October in NHB's MSU to help with staffing shortages. (U.S. Navy photo by Douglas H. Stutz)

Army nurse supports Navy hospital

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