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A secure partnership built on trust and medical proficiency is in the national spotlight. Onslow County Emergency Medical Services is the 2020 recipient of the Dick Ferneau Career EMS Service of the Year awarded by the National Association of EMTs.
By NMCCL Public AffairsBy NMCCL Public Affairs | 16-Sep-202020209/16/2020 12:00 AMYes
 
  
Every year, Naval Medical Logistics Command recognizes National Hispanic American Heritage Month with large and festive celebrations.
By Julius EvansBy Julius Evans | 15-Sep-202020209/15/2020 12:00 AMYes
 
  
Influenza (flu) season is upon us. In the United States, flu season lasts through the fall and winter. While influenza viruses circulate year-round, most flu activity peaks between December and February, but can last as late as May.
By Macy HindsBy Macy Hinds | 14-Sep-202020209/14/2020 12:00 AMYes
 
  
SAN DIEGO – Naval Medical Center San Diego's (NMCSD) Project Improvement Non-delayed Conception (PINC) clinic has begun seeing patients via virtual appointments in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
By Seaman Luke CunninghamBy Seaman Luke Cunningham | 10-Sep-202020209/10/2020 3:00 AMYes
 
  
Naval Branch Health Clinic Kingsville was recently recognized for its outstanding patient care in the Military Heath System’s Best of the Best Report.
By Dale DavisBy Dale Davis | 10-Sep-202020209/10/2020 12:00 AMYes
 
  
Breathing a sigh of relief really isn’t up in smoke.The current wildfire season is casting a smoky pale across much of the Puget Sound region, making the air quality unhealthy and potentially contributing to a host of associated health risks that mirror COVID-19 symptoms.
By Douglas StutzBy Douglas Stutz | 09-Sep-202020209/9/2020 12:00 AMYes
 
  
U.S. Navy Captain Reginald Ewing has a question for his sailors and staff - if he were stranded on the side of the road, would they stop to help?
By Riley EversullBy Riley Eversull | 04-Sep-202020209/4/2020 12:00 AMNo
 
  
It takes more than just awareness to respond to someone showing signs of distress. It takes conviction of care, compassion and competence to help that someone in need. Which describes precisely what Hospitalman Grace Pridmore did.
By Douglas StutzBy Douglas Stutz | 03-Sep-202020209/3/2020 12:00 AMNo
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