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Air Force Maj. Gen. Lee Payne and his team of military healthcare professionals visited Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms to brief the command on the launch MHS GENESIS, the Military Health System’s new electronic health record
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The Hospital Corpsman Trauma Training program furthers the Navy surgeon general’s goal to achieve maximum future life-saving capabilities
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Our No. 1 priority is to maintain the quality of care for both the wartime mission and the beneficiary population
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The Military Health System is making it easier for patients to find out how we are doing. Visit the new transparency page to download reports about the performance of our military hospitals and clinics.
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Recent Department of Defense Office of the Inspector General inspections of military housing found the presence of mold and lead.
The Defense Department has designated April the Month of the Military Child, since 1986, recognizing the contributions and personal sacrifices that military children make. Additionally it is important for our deployed service members to be reassured that their loved ones are receiving the care they need while a parent is away.