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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
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Making WAVES: Remembering the first women of the Hospital Corps
March 20, 2023
— The Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service, or WAVES, included the Navy’s first women physicians, dentists, allied health specialists, medical administrators, and hospital corpsmen like Liston (who were referred to as CorpsWAVES). Outside of nurses, CorpsWAVES were the largest group of women to represent Navy Medicine during the war. ...
NAMRU San Antonio hosts fourth edition of 'Mission Possible'
February 14, 2023
— Military and support personnel assigned to Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio attended the fourth edition of “Mission Possible,” an information-sharing event held at the Tri-Service Research...
Retired Coast Guardsman earns civilian honors at NAMRU San Antonio
December 29, 2022
— Alfredo Gonzalez, a financial management analyst assigned to the Resource Management and Acquisitions Directorate, Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio, was recognized by Capt. Gerald DeLong,...
DHA Research and Engineering visits NAMRU San Antonio
November 21, 2022
— Dr. Sean Biggerstaff, acting deputy assistant director, Research & Engineering, Defense Health Agency, and his team visited with the leadership and staff of Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio Nov. 8 to discuss medical research and development transition to DHA...
NAMRU San Antonio highlights Sara Blackcloud during Native American Heritage Month
November 21, 2022
— Native American Heritage Month marks a time to showcase and honor the many contributions Native Americans have made to the Department of Defense and the nation...
Born in harm’s way: The advent of Navy Medicine in the Revolutionary War
October 13, 2022
— Today’s U.S. Navy recognizes Oct. 13 as its official birthdate. It was on this day in 1775 that the Continental Congress authorized the construction of the first Navy ships as well as a special committee to oversee the administration of this service. The provision for medical care followed soon after. The Rules and Regulations of the Navy of the United Colonies of North-America, issued by Congress on November 28, 1775, mandated the role of shipboard medical providers as well as a place on each Navy vessel to care for the sick and injured (Article 16). ...
NAMRU San Antonio talks 'Mission Possible'
October 10, 2022
— Military and support personnel assigned to Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio, or NAMRU SA, attended the second “Mission Possible,” an information-sharing event held at the Tri-Service Research Laboratory at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston...
Naval Medical Forces Support Command celebrates cultural diversity during National Hispanic Heritage Month
September 27, 2022
— As National Hispanic Heritage Month begins there are always moments to reflect on where we have come from as a military service to see where we are headed. This year’s theme of “Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation” celebrates our cultural diversity...
Navy Surgeon General visits with NAMRU San Antonio during 2022 Military Health System Research Symposium
September 15, 2022
— Rear. Adm. Bruce L. Gillingham, Surgeon General of the Navy, visited with leadership and research scientists of Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio during Poster Session I on day two of the 2022 Military Health System Research Symposium, or MHSRS, held at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida, Sept. 13...
IPAP graduates newest class of physician assistants
January 18, 2022
— The Interservice Physician Assistant Program, or IPAP, recently graduated Class 20-3, the last of 2021, and one that met many challenges due to COVID-19 during the 29-month long biphasic master’s program in physician assistant studies at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston...
New director takes helm of Navy Medicine Civilian Corps
January 7, 2022
— The Navy Medical Department began 2022 by welcoming a new Director of the Medical Civilian Corps...
Retired Navy Chief earns civilian honors at Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio
November 16, 2021
— Darrel Mercer, of San Antonio, a management analyst assigned to the Administrative Operations Directorate, Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio was recognized by NAMRU San Antonio Commanding Officer Capt. Gerald DeLong as the Fiscal Year 2021 Support Staff Civilian of the Half-Year during an All Hands meeting held at the Carolyn D. Putnam Auditorium inside Brooke Army Medical Center Nov. 3...
Navy Medicine steeped in symbolism
August 21, 2021
— From uniforms and branding to wall decorations and command seals, Navy Medicine is steeped in symbolism...
NMFSC honors Navy Medicine Civilian Corps birthday
May 5, 2020
— Dr. Rick Dickinson, the Naval Medical Forces Support Command, or NMFSC, chief of staff honored the Navy Medicine Civilian Corps third birthday in a teleconference message April 30...
Navy Medicine unveils logos to support new command structure
March 4, 2020
— Navy Medicine unveiled a series of unifying logos March 3 to support the establishment of more than 60 new medical commands...
Local Sailor honored at Angels of the Battlefield Awards Gala
November 6, 2019
— Petty Officer 1st Class Alan P. Aaron, currently assigned as an instructor at the Hospital Corpsman Basic Program at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, was one of two Navy Medicine Sailors honored as 2019 recipients of the Armed Services YMCA Angels of the Battlefield Award in Falls Church, Virginia, Oct. 29...
Navy Medicine commands host San Antonio educators for STEM tour
July 25, 2019
— The Navy Medicine Training Support Center cohosted Bexar County educators for a tour of the Medical Education and Training Campus at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston July 15...
Military Surgeons General testify on medical readiness at Senate hearing
April 30, 2018
— The services’ surgeons general updated senators on Capitol Hill April 26 on the needs and priorities of military health programs...
Navy offers new online options for continuing education units
January 18, 2018
— Continuing Education Units, or CEUs, may now be earned online via the Veterans Health Administration, or VHA, “Train,” said Capt. Ethan Josiah, head of the Navy Medicine Education, Training and Logistics Command, or NMETLC, Staff Education and Training Program Management Office, or SEAT PMO, at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston...
Houston-Area Navy Junior ROTC Students Wowed by Visit to Navy Medicine San Antonio
December 18, 2017
— Navy Medicine Training Support Center (NMTSC) and Navy Medicine Education, Training and Logistics Command (NMETLC) hosted 42 Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) cadets from Richmond, Texas, for a Navy Medicine orientation visit to Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston in early December...