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Three health care professionals with Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune were recognized on August 17, 2022 for advancing their medical education.
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At Naval Base San Diego’s Dental Clinic’s courtyard, dentists, hygienists and staff gathered to celebrate the 110th birthday of the U.S. Navy’s Dental Corps with a cake-cutting ceremony, Aug 22. NMRTC San Diego's mission is to prepare service members to deploy in support of operatio
At Naval Base San Diego’s Dental Clinic’s courtyard, dentists, hygienists and staff gathered to celebrate the 110th birthday of the U.S. Navy’s Dental Corps with a cake-cutting ceremony, Aug 22 as Capt. Kim Davis, Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC)
At Naval Base San Diego’s Dental Clinic’s courtyard, dentists, hygienists and staff gathered to celebrate the 110th birthday of the U.S. Navy’s Dental Corps with a cake-cutting ceremony, Aug 22 by the most senior corps member, Capt. Christopher Hanhila, Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC) San Dieg
Three health care professionals with Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune were recently recognized for advancing their medical education.
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Naval Medical Center San Diego’s (NMCSD) inaugural VolunTEEN program concluded with a graduation ceremony Aug. 17 with much praise from parents and VolunTEENs alike.  VolunTEEN
Naval Medical Center San Diego’s (NMCSD) inaugural VolunTEEN program concluded with a graduation ceremony Aug. 17 with much praise from parents and VolunTEENs alike.  VolunTEENs and NMCSD staff gather for a group photo to celebrate the completion of the program.  After more than five weeks of participating in this heavily centric STEM (Science, Technolo
Naval Medical Center San Diego's (NMCSD) VolunTEEN Kaite Bailey (center) and fellow VolunTEENs observe a medical demonstration Aug 3. during NMCSD's inaugural VolunTEEN program. After more than five weeks of participating in this heavily centric STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program, VolunTEENS walk away with greater
Medical staff at Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) participate in Commander, Naval Installations Command’s (CNIC) annual all hazard exercise Citadel Rumble 2022 with the objective of safely evacuating three simulation mannequins after a simulated earthquake, all while still providing vital medical care in the process, Aug 17. NMCSD's mission is to prepare service members to deploy in support of operational forces, deliver high quality healthcare services and shape the future of military medicine through education, training and research. NMCSD employs more than 6,000 active duty military personnel, civilians and contractors in Southern California to provide patients with world-class care anytime, anywhere.
PUERTO PRINCESA, Philippines (August 5, 2022) – Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) sits at anchor upon its arrival off the coast of Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during Pacific Partnership 2022. Now in its 17th year, Pacific Partnership is the largest annual multinational humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission conducted in the Indo-Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Raphael McCorey)
U.S. Navy Captain Kevin J. Brown assumed command of Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune and the Coastal North Carolina Market on July 22, 2022.
U.S. Navy Captain Kevin J. Brown assumed command of Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune and the Coastal North Carolina Market on July 22, 2022.
Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Pearl Harbor (NMRTC PH) staff and the Federal Fire Department evaluate and treat simulated mass casualty injuries during the NMRTC PH mass casualty exercise on Aug. 11, 2022, aboard Joint Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The quick- reaction, scenario-driven drill evaluated the NMRTC PH and Federal Fire Department's response to a mass casualty incident, should one occur. The drill evaluated NMRTC-PH’s ability to alert staff and respond to the installation’s requests to support the Federal Fire Department.
Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Pearl Harbor (NMRTC PH) staff evaluate simulated mass casualty injuries during the NMRTC PH mass casualty exercise on Aug. 11, 2022, aboard Joint Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The quick- reaction, scenario-driven drill evaluated the NMRTC PH and Federal Fire Department's response to a mass casualty incident, should one occur. The drill evaluated NMRTC-PH’s ability to alert staff and respond to the installation’s requests to support the Federal Fire Department.
Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Pearl Harbor (NMRTC PH) staff and the Federal Fire Department evaluate and treat simulated mass casualty injuries during the NMRTC PH mass casualty exercise on Aug. 11, 2022, aboard Joint Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The quick- reaction, scenario-driven drill evaluated the NMRTC PH and Federal Fire Department's response to a mass casualty incident, should one occur. The drill evaluated NMRTC-PH’s ability to alert staff and respond to the installation’s requests to support the Federal Fire Department.
Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Jacob Jeffreys simulates a routine medical checkup on a sailor aboard the Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Sioux City (LCS 11) while pierside.
Professional Service with a Sincere Smile...Lauren McCall, Navy Medicine Readiness Training Unit Everett dental assistant was recently lauded for her work ethic by command leadership, expertly guiding scheduling coordination between fleet medical unit personnel and clinic dental providers, including providing vital liaison for over 100 timely physical exams, as well as collaborating with area dental offices in regards to required overseas and sea duty screening needs (Official Navy courtesy photo).
220813-N-IT566-0039 SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Aug. 13, 2022) Joseph Barna, a Marine that served with Hospitalman John E. Kilmer in Korea, explains how Kilmer saved his life during a graveside ceremony commemorating the 70th anniversary of his death. Barna also shared other stories of their time together in Korea. Kilmer was killed, during the attack on “Bunker Hill”, while using his body to shield another man from enemy fire. On June 18, 1953, Kilmer’s mother and brother were presented the Medal of Honor for his actions on Aug. 12, 1952. (US Navy Photo by Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class David Kolmel/Released)
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