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Navy Medicine Information Systems Support Activity (NAVMISSA), located in San Antonio, TX, is an Echelon III Command serving as the Information Management/Information Technology (IM/IT) Systems enterprise execution agency of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED).  NAVMISSA supports the vision, goals, and objectives of Navy Medicine by embracing the "HEALTHCARE DRIVEN IT" objective established by the BUMED M6 CIO.

We have a seasoned staff averaging more than 22 years of specialized experience in Clinical Healthcare, Health Administration, Laboratory, Pharmacy, IT Management and Infrastructure Engineering, Program Management, and Resource Management.
Established in 2008, NAVMISSA was chartered to become a premier leader in Medical IM/IT Systems Program Management. With a vision of “Jointness” NAVMISSA was strategically placed in San Antonio, TX, geographically close to its Army and Air Force service partners:  the United States Army Medical Information Technology Center (USAMITC) and the Air Force Medical Operations Agency (AFMOA).  Enhancing collaboration and joint efforts throughout DoD healthcare and directly supporting the Defense Health Agency IT Shared Services initiative.
In 2011 NAVMISSA was functionally aligned under BUMED Deputy Chief, IM/IT/Chief Information Officer (BUMED-M6) to optimize IM/IT for the Navy Medicine enterprise. Ensuring an agile, efficient, and comprehensive IM/IT infrastructure, improving the IT acquisition effectiveness, and enhancing the integration, accession, training, distribution, and management of IM/IT resources.

For more information on NAVMISSA locations and driving directions, click here.


 Our Mission


Deliver healthcare value through high quality information systems and services for military medicine.


 Our Vision


Be the global leader in military health care information management.


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