Navy Medicine Features

Rush relieves watch at BUMED

By André B. Sobocinski, Navy Medicine Office of the Historian With the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery’s departure from its Hilltop in Foggy Bottom this summer, we find ourselves saying good-bye to an old friend. Roland Hinton Perry’s bronze likeness of Dr. Benjamin Rush has stood watch for 108 years of Navy medical history from his limestone perch on the …

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Navy Chaplain Recalls Journey in Latest Real Warriors Profile

Navy Lt. Cmdr. Steve Dundas, chaplain, reflects on his post-traumatic stress disorder and offers hope and inspiration in this new Real Warriors Campaign video. (Video courtesy of Real Warriors Campaign) “You can’t go back to what you were… you  have to adapt to what you are.” – Lt. Cmdr. Steve Dundas U.S. Navy chaplain With 30 years in the military, …

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Navy Medicine Celebrates Black History Month

From U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs The U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) wrapped up National African-American History Month with a celebration, Feb. 27. This year’s theme for the month is “Black Women in American Culture and History.” The BUMED ceremony included a presentation from guest speaker Pamela Montgomery, director and chief counsel for training, …

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Resolving Resolutions

By Paul Ross, managing editor, Navy Medicine Magazine, U.S. Navy Bureau of 
Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs Every year when the big ball drops in Times Square our New Year’s 
resolutions litter the ground with the confetti and party hats from the
 night when we are all supposed to get a fresh start. No matter how hard we 
try, these …

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