Tag Archives: Ebola Crisis

Navy Medicine Engages in Global Health: Leveraging its People, Organization and Capabilities

By Capt. Glendon Diehl, director, Navy Global Health Engagement Hello everyone, December is DoD Global Health Engagement (GHE) month. Your Navy Medicine team celebrated GHE month by participating in a panel forum with our GHE counterparts from the Air Force and the Army.  It was a lively discussion that lasted thirty minutes longer than anticipated and filled a lecture hall at …

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A Message from the Navy Surgeon General: Defend Against Ebola

VADM Matthew Nathan, U.S. Navy Surgeon General: Defend Against Ebola

By Vice Adm. Matthew Nathan Ebola is at the forefront of our conscience right now. I want to assure you Navy Medicine remains committed to providing safe, high quality care to our Sailors, Marines, their families and beneficiaries. Nothing is more important than the health and well-being of our people. In the following video, I’m joined by Cmdr. James Lawler, …

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US Government and DoD Response to the Ebola Crisis

Dear MHS Colleagues, The international health community is working closely together to help confront the outbreak of Ebola virus in the West African nations of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and, more recently, Nigeria. As military medical professionals, we want to ensure that you are aware of the facts of the crisis, US government support to this effort, the Department of …

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