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150224-N-ZZ145-8161.jpg Photo By: MC3 Eric Moorer

May 19, 2021
141015-N-TW569-014 SAN DIEGO (Oct. 15, 2014) Christy O'Neill receives an electronic get well card (E-card) from Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah Deal at Navy Medical Center San Diego. O'Neill is the first patient to receive a medical center E-card. Patients admitted to the hospital can receive a free customized printed greeting card sent from friends or loved ones. Cards are delivered within one to two business days by patient relations staff. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Eric Moorer/Released)


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