Tag Archives: Naval Hospital

Naval Hospital Bremerton Corpsmen support Black Hills 2014 Joint Field Exercise

By Douglas H Stutz, Naval Hospital Bremerton Public Affairs The Black Hills of South Dakota are about as far removed from the open ocean as can be, but that was exactly where Sailors from Naval Hospital Bremerton have been training of late. Four teams of hospital corpsmen are taking part in 2014 Joint Field Exercise (JFE) not only supporting the …

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A Look Back: Navy Medicine in 1914

By Andre Sobocinski, historian, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery As the twentieth century’s first “Great War” erupted on the European stage the United States held to a policy of “strict neutrality” under President Woodrow Wilson. In 1914, the American population numbered 99, 111,000 people across 48 states. The year was marked by many “firsts” in this country including …

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Navy Medicine Places Value on Primary Care

By Lt. Kevin Bernstein, M.D., M.M.S., Family Medicine Resident at Naval Hospital Pensacola, Fla. Medical residency years- three crucial, challenging, yet completely rewarding years of medical education.  As I begin the first of my residency years, it is difficult to personally quantify how demanding this year is going to be. I find it reassuring, however, to be a part of …

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