Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune (NHCL) is setting a medical precedence as the first Department of Defense military treatment facility (MTF) to collect blood platelets through a collection process introduced in December 2010, using two key advances in medical science and technology.
Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune (NHCL) kicked off the 2011-2012 Seasonal Influenza (flu) Vaccination Campaign, Sept. 12, with the goal of achieving 100 percent Navy and Marine Corps force readiness aboard the largest Marine Corps installation on the East Coast, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Discussing Navy Medicine's roles in maintaining readiness and supporting the warfighter were amongst the top priorities for the U.S. Navy Surgeon General and Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery during a two-day visit to the Camp Lejeune area that concluded May 23.
Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune (NHCL) added a twist to the command substance abuse awareness and prevention training with a dramatic reading from Outside the Wire's "Rum and Vodka" on the hospital quarterdeck, June 12.
Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune (NHCL) and Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) held the first annual Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) awareness informational fair at the Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Exchange in support of PTSD Awareness Month, June 14th.
Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune (NHCL) took home three of the top honors Nov. 8 at the Society of Federal Health Professionals annual meeting in Seattle, Wash., winning the award for facility based healthcare, rehabilitation, and the physician award.