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From Navy Medicine’s headquarters just outside of Washington, D.C., to any of the military treatment facilities, research labs, training facilities, or support activities around the globe, we’re constantly working to ensure our Sailors and Marines are healthy and ready to do our nation’s work. These photos, articles and transcripts and publications highlight the work we do to support a medically ready force and ready medical force.


 External News


Decision-Making at the Speed of a Virus: U.S. Navy Surgeon General visits Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center Oct. 22

Courtesy Story | 22-Oct-2020

The onset of a world-wide pandemic changed everything. Typically, the expectation for military decision-making is to exceed the speed of war, but what does that look like when fighting a virus?

NMCCL’s first interventional radiologist moving vision of care forward

By NMCCL Public Affairs | 22-Oct-2020

“Interventional radiology” is a term that personnel and patients will soon be using frequently at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune.

NMCP Welcomes the Navy Surgeon General

By Seaman Ariana Torman | 21-Oct-2020

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (Oct. 21, 2020) – Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) welcomed Rear Adm. Bruce Gillingham, 39th Surgeon General of the Navy, and Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Oct. 21.

‘It Takes All of Us’: Corpsmen Emotional Education Enlightens Command Diversity

By Petty Officer 1st Class Kyle Steckler | 21-Oct-2020

The phrase “above and beyond” can sometimes be thrown around casually in the Navy. Make no mistake – Sailors and their government civilian counterparts do amazing things on a daily basis, but still, phrases can be worn out rather easily.