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Profiles in Medical Power – LCDR Harry Qui

LCDR Harry Qui Assistant Director for Administration and Logistics Officer PEOPLE LCDR Harry Qui received his degrees from University of Connecticut. He is a prior recipient of medical research training grant from National Institute of Health. He has published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and recently presented at an international scientific conference. He enhanced his career by attending the rigorous Navy …

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Profiles in Medical Power – LT Ruth Johns

LT Ruth Johns Registered Nurse – Critical Care PEOPLE LT Johns attended Northern Arizona University and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree in 2010.  After graduation, she was accepted into a new graduate nursing program at Flagstaff Medical Center, a level I trauma center in Arizona, training to be a nurse in the critical care environment.  In 2011, …

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I Am Navy Medicine, and Command Managed Equal Opportunity Program Manager – Lt. Shanece Washington

Lt. Shanece Washington, Navy Medical Service Corps officer and Occupational Audiologist, Regional Hearing Conservation Program Manager, and Command Managed Equal Opportunity Program Manager at Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC) Bremerton. (Official Navy photo by Mass Communication 3rd Class Meagan Christoph, NMRTC Bremerton public affairs). By Douglas Stutz, Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Bremerton “I am Lt. Shanece Washington, …

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The 39th Surgeon General of the Navy Launches Professional Reading List

Falls Church, Va.  U.S. Navy Surgeon General, Rear Adm. Bruce Gillingham, announced the launching of his professional reading list in a video released on February 27, 2020. “The reading list is comprised of books that have helped shape my perspective as I have developed as a doctor, naval officer, and leader over the course of three decades of service,” said …

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Beyond Heroism: Hospital Corpsmen and the Battle for Iwo Jima

By André B. Sobocinski, Historian, US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Arthur C. Clayton administers a blood plasma injection to a wounded Leatherneck, Feb 1945. At 0900 on February 19th, 1945, the first assault waves from the 4th and 5th Marine Divisions hit the beaches of Iwo Jima.[i]  Embedded within these units were corpsmen like Pharmacist’s Mate Second Class …

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