Navy Medicine

Disrupt or be Disrupted

  by  Cmdr. Hassan Tetteh, Lead, Futures and Innovation, Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Disruption is about experience. I went back to my undergrad as visiting alumni recently and recognized immediately much had changed from my own experience in the early 1990s. Many students talked with me and shared their views about the way campus life had changed and how …

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Corpsmen Demonstrate Resiliency and Warrior Spirit during 2016 DoD Warrior Games

Editor’s note: Navy Medicine applauds the approximately 250 wounded warrior athletes that competed in the 2016 Warrior Games. Of the 38 seriously wounded, ill and injured Sailors competing on behalf of Team Navy, seven were hospital corpsmen. Bravo Zulu to Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Shane Gilley and the following retired hospital corpsmen: Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Luis Surla, Hospital Corpsman …

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Leadership Cares- U.S. Fleet Forces Hosts Mental Health Summit

By Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Jonathan E. Donnelly U.S. Fleet Forces Command hosted a three-day Fleet Mental Health Summit aboard Naval Support Activity, Hampton Roads in Norfolk, Va. January, 26-28. “For the first time, we’ve taken everybody that holds a piece of the spiritual or mental health puzzle and put them all in one room in an effort to …

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I AM NAVY MEDICINE

I am a Hospital Corpsman First Class in the greatest branch in the uniformed services … the U.S Navy! I joined the Navy June 14, 2001 right out of high school in Henderson, North Carolina. Joining the Navy was not in my initial plans. I was working at Subway, happy and content with the job I was doing. I had planned …

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NAVY MEDICINE IN FOCUS

Here’s a few shots from around Navy Medicine for your viewing pleasure:

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