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  • Career advisor changing lives one Airman at a time

    Service, education and travel are some of many reasons people have for joining the military. Later in their careers, however, Airmen may reach a fork in the road and not know where to turn – that is where Senior Master Sgt. Jose Diaz can help.   As one of four career assistance advisors for Joint

  • EMS team gives baby a second chance at life

    Being ready for any medical emergency is what the EMS team is trained to do and every time they put on their uniform they are ready to handle any medical emergency. A baby boy named Isaiah now has a second chance at life thanks to the group of Airmen at the Wilford Hall Urgent Care Center waiting

  • AF medics, San Antonio firefighters corral training for EMT Rodeo

    Medics from the Randolph Clinic teamed up with an elite emergency response unit from the San Antonio Fire Department to hone their emergency response skills in preparation the Air Force’s 2016 Emergency Medical Technician Rodeo Aug. 24-27 in New Mexico.

  • Dermatologists go the distance for the English Channel

    A midnight start in the cold and clammy darkness, vision impaired and depth perception compromised, two 59th Medical Wing doctors took the 16-mile California swim challenge head on in preparation for the 21-mile English Channel in September.

  • 59th MDW brings normalcy to wounded patients

    Most people have no idea what “maxillofacial” means, but to wounded warriors with traumatic injuries the word inspires hope. Disfigured by circumstances while abroad or at home, maxillofacial prosthodontics gives wounded warriors, veterans and civilians a chance at living a normal life.

  • 42nd Army surgeon general lauds medical graduates

    The 42nd Army surgeon general had high praise for the nearly 250 medical and allied health graduates being honored at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium awards and graduation ceremony June 10 in downtown San Antonio.

  • Roberson impressed by 59th MDW warrior medics

    Seeing first-hand how the 59th Medical Wing is “setting the standard” for innovation throughout the Department of Defense, Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, commander, Air Education and Training Command, toured the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center May 11 to get an inside glimpse of the organization.

  • 59th MDW improving clinical care, occupational services

    Now open on the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center’s second floor, a 59th Medical Wing Base Operational Medicine Clinic is improving access to health care for beneficiaries at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.

  • 59th MDW Airman honored at inaugural D3 summit

    A 59th Medical Wing medic was part of a four-person team honored at the inaugural Defense, Diplomacy and Development Innovation Summit Pitch Challenge March 3 in Washington, D.C.