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METC Technology Innovation Group showcases key initiatives, products of the future at tech expo
June 30, 2017
Senior Airman Travis Napaepae, Medical Education and Training Campus Information Management Division call center manager, tries his hand drawing on an interactive SMART screen displaying the circulatory system.

Navy, Air Force celebrate Nurses Week in San Antonio
May 18, 2017
Rear Adm. Rebecca McCormick-Boyle (left), commander, Navy Medicine Education, Training and Logistics Command, cuts a ceremonial cake with Staff Sgt. Kaitlyn Montenegro during a celebration for National Nurses Week at the Medical Education and Training Campus at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston May 11. Navy and Air Force nurses and medical technicians participated together in several health promotions activities throughout the week to commemorate Nurses Week.

Opportunities expand for METC graduates to further education
February 22, 2017

San Antonio Association of Operating Room Nurses embraces Navy nursing
September 21, 2016
Lt. Cmdr. Annissa Cromer, Medical Education and Training Campus Surgical Technologist Program assistant Navy service lead, discusses Navy opportunities with local San Antonio perioperative nurses Sept. 12. Cromer is assigned to Navy Medicine Training Support Center as the assistant Navy service lead for the METC Surgical Technologist Program.

Commentary: METC cardiovascular technicians training for healthy hearts
March 4, 2016
Petty Officer 1st Class Aldrin Augustus (center), cardiovascular technician program instructor and Navy service lead at the Medical Education and Training Campus on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, instructs Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Chessa Sheppard (left) and Army Spc. Victoria Belbusti (right) on using the cardiac catheterization simulator during a portion of their CVT didactic training. The simulator is used to demonstrate concepts learned in the classroom and exposes students to hands on training that they will be expected to perform.

METC prepares future medics for any situation
September 17, 2015
Basic Medical Technician Corpsman Program students practice patient assessment skills Sept. 11, 2015, at the Medical Education and Training Campus at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. The BMTC Program graduates an average of 11,000 Air Force medics and Navy corpsmen annually.