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NMCPHC works to enhance the readiness, resilience and recovery of WII Sailors and Marines by offering tailored informational tools and materials for healthy living. Our WII programs provide Navy Medicine with scientific data and analyses to answer questions and make pivotal decisions regarding our WII service members and their families.

Expanded Surveillance and Metrics Support provides leadership with accurate and timely health informatics and public health surveillance to support strategic decisions on military healthcare policies, interventions, and programs.

  • Health Analysis experts promote force readiness and improve healthcare for WII Sailors and Marines by analyzing areas to improve cost efficiency, reduce process variation in clinical practices, and ensure the development and implementation of quality healthcare services. Click here for more information and download our fact sheet here (PDF).
  • EpiData Center epidemiologists and information technology experts design analytic tools and conduct population health surveillance to improve military readiness through disease and injury prevention programs. Click here for more information and download our fact sheet here (PDF).

The Navy Entomology Center of Excellence (NECE) serves as an international authority on effective ways for safeguarding human life from blood-feeding insects that carry human disease and for sustaining a lasting, positive impact on warfighters and at-risk populations. Click here for more information and download our fact sheet here (PDF).

The Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW) Department develops innovative and evidence-based health promotion resources to facilitate readiness and resilience, prevent illness and injury, hasten recovery, and promote lifelong healthy behaviors among those who are wounded, ill, or injured. For resources and educational materials for WII Sailors and Marines, caregivers, and health care providers, visit the
HPW WII Program Webpage.

To learn more about our WII products and services, read our WII Progress Report, 2012 Annual Report, 2013 Annual Report,
2014 Annual Report, and 2015 Annual Report.

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