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  • Braving the Last Frontier: Recounting the ITI 1,000-mile ultramarathon

    Frozen air whips by, sinking its teeth into any inch of exposed skin it can find. Snow pushes in from all sides, forcing its way through waterproofed layers and attempting to soak everything beneath. Dozens of pounds of gear are pulling and dragging and begging to stop as they are carried ever

  • JBER lab team increases capabilities, postured for future

    The 673d Medical Group Laboratory team greatly increased its capabilities to test for the COVID-19 virus and other respiratory infections when it acquired two high-capacity analyzers - one in November 2021, and another in January 2022.

  • 673d Medical Group rolls out new records system

    After delays caused by COVID-19, the Department of Defense has rolled out the Military Health System Genesis, or MHS Genesis - a new military health-records program which streamlines both military and the Department of Veterans Affairs records.

  • 673d Medical Group holds Medical Provider Open House

    The 673d Medical Group and Health Net Federal Services held a Medical Provider Open House on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Oct. 24, 2019.The event was held to strengthen the relationships of the base’s mission partners with over 100 people attending.

  • JBER discusses new electronic health record

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Lee E. Payne, the Defense Health Agency Assistant Director for Combat Support, and Military Health System Electronic Health Record Functional Champion, visited Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 9, 2019.

  • JBER leading PACAF in casualty care training

    Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, is leading the way in training service members to save the lives of wounded comrades in combat.The 673d Medical Group at JBER is the first site in Pacific Air Forces to be implementing Tactical Combat Casualty Care, a life-saving course scheduled to replace