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673d Medical Group Closures: The 673 MDG is closed every third Thursday of the month for Medical Readiness Training. Outpatient and ancillary services will be closed the entire day and will resume operations the following day at 7:30 a.m. Emergency Services will remain open for emergency or urgent care.

2017 Hospital Training Day Closures (Full List)

Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Clinic MTF News

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Flu Vaccine Flu season
The JBER Hospital Allergy and Immunization Clinic will provide mass flu shot clinics for all
0 9/18
2017
Default Air Force Logo JBER drinking water is safe
The 673d Aerospace Medicine Squadron’s Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight has received multiple inquiries from individuals expressing concerns specifically about drinking water on JBER.
0 9/11
2017
Suicide Prevention Month graphic Suicide prevention month: stopping suicide is everyone’s battle
September is Suicide Prevention Month, a time for Americans to build awareness and help understand
0 9/07
2017
Senior Airman Lauren Francis (right), 673d Dental Squadron dental technician, checks the articulating paper to assure the temporary crown won’t grind the other teeth of Airman 1st Class Ian McKinney, 673d Security Forces Squadron alarm monitor specialist, at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Hospital, Alaska, Aug. 14, 2017. A cavity or incomplete tooth needs a crown to prevent further damage. The dentist removes any decay and the outer layer of the tooth so the crown fits like a cap. 673d Dental Squadron sparks innovation with new 3D scanner
Technology and innovation are focal points for the 673d Dental Squadron at the Joint Base
0 8/29
2017
Members of the Pacific Angel 17-3 (PACANGEL) team pose for a photo in Lautoka, Fiji, July 24, 2017. The team consisted of service members from five partnering nations aside from the U.S. and Republic of Fiji including Australia, Vanuatu, Indonesia, the Philippines and France. The nations all offered their assistance in the exercise promoting regional military-civilian-nongovernmental organization cooperation and interoperability across the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. The hotel staff joined in the photo as their support for the service members staying at their hotel ensured the PACANGEL 17-3 personnel were well rested, fed and relaxed when caring for their fellow countrymen whether at the health services site or on engineering projects. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin W. Stratton) JBER Hospital personnel provide medical care during PACANGEL 17-3 Fiji
Members of Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardsons’ 673d Medical Group recently returned from Pacific ANGEL 17-3 Fiji July 8 through 25, which brought medical care to the islands of SavuSavu and Lautoka.
0 8/28
2017
Warrior Games; Wounded Warrior Program; Maj. Teresa Sellers Air Force Major rises up as a Warrior Games medalist
Air Force Maj. Teresa Sellers, a nurse anesthetist with the 673d Surgical Operations Squadron had
0 8/11
2017
Airman 1st Class Malachi Whitney, 673d Aerospace Medicine Squadron public health specialist retrieves a mosquito trap at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 26, 2017. Scientists from AFSAM visited JBER to gather mosquitoes and ship them in three different preservatives for their new method of testing – genome sequencing, which requires the rapidly degenerating DNA/RNA. USAFSAM visits JBER for genome sequence testing
Two scientists from United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, visited the 673d Aerospace Medicine Squadron Public Health Flight at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 24 to 30 to further test genome-sequencing technology.
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2017
Airmen from the 673d Medical Group's Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight unload scrap metal from shipment boxes on the Bryant Army Airfield July 20, 2017. Frozen in time
Glaciers are essentially ice rivers that flow down mountains through gravitational pull on the weight of repeated snowfalls that eventually freeze and are absorbed into the glacier. One glacier, about 50 miles east of Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, has carried an invaluable payload for the past 65 years.
0 7/20
2017
New annual Mental Health Assessment requirement begins July 31
New annual Mental Health Assessment requirement begins July 31
Starting July 31, 2017, Airmen undergoing their annual Periodic Health Assessment may notice
0 7/19
2017
Cardiopulmonary technicians of the 673d Medical Group Cardiopulmonary Clinic practice a bronchoalveolar lavage, a type of bronchoscopy that squirts a liquid into the lungs and then collects it again to identify disease in the lungs, at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson hospital at JBER, June 9, 2017. The clinic is capable of doing many tests and procedures from noninvasive exercise studies to invasive bronchoscopies, which involve putting a scope into the lungs through the patient’s mouth or nose. Medical Group clinic focuses on heart and lungs
The Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Hospital Cardiopulmonary Clinic is a specialty clinic concentrating on the heart and lungs.
0 7/17
2017
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