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  • Zika Virus: The facts you need to know

        As if mosquitos were not already a big enough nuisance normally, they have made headlines in the
  • MUSC leadership gets first-hand look at JB Charleston mission

    Joint Base Charleston played host to senior officials from the Medical University of South Carolina, including MUSC president Dr. David Cole, during a briefing and tour of aeromedical capabilities May 22, 2018 at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. The purpose of the visit was to share information about the medical missions, as well as the overall mission, of the various units at JB Charleston. It echoed a visit base officials made to MUSC earlier this year to familiarize themselves with the institution’s facilities.
  • Airmen team with local college to brush up on job skills

    Two 628th Medical Group Airmen from Joint Base Charleston, S.C., graduated from the Trident Technical College dental hygienist program, May 3, 2018.
  • CG Director of Health Safety and Work Life visits NHCC

    U.S. Coast Guard Rear Adm. Erica Schwartz, Director of Health, Safety and Work-Life for the Coast
  • Deily Dental gives kids a smile through ADA program

    JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. – Deily Dental Clinic hosted “Give Kids A Smile”, a program launched by the American Dental Association, March 23, 2018, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. The program offers children free preventative dental services such as dental exams, fluoride treatments and education.
  • Air Force, University of Nebraska conduct research for TIS

    Joint Base Charleston hosted members from Air Mobility Command and the University of Nebraska Medical Center for a transportable isolation system training and research event March 14, 2018. The TIS, an enclosed negative pressure medical pod with clear walls, is an isolation unit designed to provide in-flight medical care for patients with highly infectious diseases.
  • Trusted Care brought order to chaos after Hurricane Maria

    Soon after hurricanes struck the Caribbean and southern U.S. in the fall of 2017, Air Force medics deployed to the island of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands and brought along their Trusted Care culture to help evacuate patients safely and effectively from the storm ravaged island.
  • International Women’s Day recognizes the contribution of women around the AFMS

    International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on the many contributions that women have made worldwide, and to the Air Force Medical Service.
  • Air Force expands virtual appointments

    The Air Force Medical Service is eliminating some of the hassle of medical appointments by expanding use of virtual, over-the-phone appointments for patients who do not need to see their provider in person.
  • Embracing the uncharted life as an amputee – An Airman’s story of resiliency (Part 2)

    Maj. Stephanie Proellochs (PRE’-locks), a recent amputee, gazes up at the rock climbing wall at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s physical therapy center in Bethesda, Maryland. She recalled the time she witnessed a Service member who had lost his arm effortlessly climb his way to the top.