Hospital Corps

I Am Navy Medicine: Chief Hospital Corpsman Natalie Cebular

  Attending the Senior Enlisted Academy (SEA) Class 189 was a very rewarding experience for many reasons. When I first enrolled in the course I assumed it was going to be just like any other Navy training however, it was very different.  The SEA is an academic program that is designed to challenge Senior Enlisted Leaders with required readings, papers, …

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I am Navy Medicine: Lt. Cmdr. Jamal Dejli

As a microbiologist, Navy Medicine has taken me away from the laboratory bench and routine patient sample processing to a more challenging, diversified and rewarding career. It has molded me into the naval officer I am today. I am a native of Safi, Morocco and resident of the state of Massachusetts.  I was employed as a medical technologist at Massachusetts …

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I Am Navy Medicine: Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Ricler M. Magsayo

I’m honored to be selected as Navy Medicine’s 2015 fiscal year Shore-Based Junior Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET) of the Year. I’m a Chicago native, graduating from Stephen Tyng Mather High School in 2002. I attended Northeastern Illinois University that fall then transferred to Wilburn Wright College, but I couldn’t find direction on what I wanted to do as a career, so I …

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Every Hospital Corpsman Serving Today is the History of the Hospital Corps

By Master Chief Hospital Corpsman (SS/SW/FMF) Brad McIntire, deputy director, Hospital Corps It is easy for me to stand here and rattle off the MoH’s, Navy Crosses, Silver Stars, Purple Hearts….ships, clinics, Hospitals, buildings named after Hospital Corpsmen. The sacrifices Hospital Corpsman have made serving, not only their country in general,  but in most cases the direct action of coming to …

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Navy Hospital Corps Birthday Message 2015

On behalf of Navy Medicine, I extend my sincerest thanks and appreciation to the Navy Hospital Corps commemorating 117 years of faithful and committed service. President William McKinley signed an act of Congress in 1898 establishing the Hospital Corps. Since the first 25 apothecaries were appointed by the secretary of the Navy, the Hospital Corps has grown immeasurably in size …

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