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  • All-female CCATT saves life of infant

    A 59th Medical Wing Pediatric Critical Care Air Transport Team from Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland provided care to a five-month-old patient on board a C-17 Globemaster III headed to California Oct. 9. The patient and his family were traveling from the neonatal intensive care unit in Hawaii to Texas.
  • New trauma training program prepares surgical team for deployment

    Brooke Army Medical Center is conducting the first of its kind pre-deployment trauma readiness training exercise for the 555th Forward Surgical Team from May 18 to June 6.
  • Maintaining balanced lifestyle key to staying healthy

    Combining a healthy diet, exercise and sleep habits is the key to an overall healthful lifestyle, something that is paramount in many people’s minds during the ongoing pandemic.
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  • 59th MDW medics assist Honduras hospital during Resolute Sentinel 21

    U.S. Air Force and Army military doctors were in Choluteca, Honduras, May 12-27, to assist the local hospital with urologic surgeries during Resolute Sentinel 21. The exercise provides joint training and improved readiness for U.S. civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities in Honduras.
  • 59th MDW: 'To make a difference that impacts the world'

    Master Sgt. Latanceia Godfrey, 59th MDW COVID-19 vaccine clinic noncommissioned officer in charge, coordinates more than 30 Airmen and civilians for the COVID-19 vaccine operation daily.
  • 59th Medical Wing welcomes Air Force Nurse Corps chief as new commander

    Brig. Gen. Jeannine Ryder took command of the 59th Medical Wing during a change of command ceremony at the Inter-American Air Forces Academy Auditorium at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland April 29. The outgoing commander, Maj. Gen. John J. DeGoes, leaves for Washington, D.C. to serve as the next Deputy Surgeon General of the Air Force.
  • SAMHS vaccinates beneficiaries 75 and older

    Warrior medics from the 59th Medical Wing were out Feb. 6 at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, working tirelessly to vaccinate the local 75-plus-age population.
  • San Antonio Military Health System starts next phase of COVID vaccine rollout

    The San Antonio Military Health System is starting the next phase of the Department of Defense’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout -- expanding the scope of who is eligible to get vaccinated against the virus.
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