The Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point (NHCCP) laboratory leaped into the 21st century Feb. 9, as Capt. John Ferguson, NHCCP commanding officer, and Capt. Elizabeth Maley, NHCCP executive officer, cut the ribbon re-opening the clinic's laboratory after a weeklong refurbishment.
There is no greater crossroad where art and science meet than the practice of medicine, and to ensure patients receive the best care possible, patient safety must be a top priority at every medical facility.
One day he was serving as the leading petty officer for the Operations Management department at Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point, N.C., and the next, he became a commissioned ensign in the Medical Service Corps.
Dozens of Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point (NHCCP) Sailors learned about the opportunities available to them in Navy Medicine while attending a speed mentoring session at the clinic at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., June 10.
Capt. Angela S. Nimmo assumed command of Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point, North Carolina, during a routine change of command ceremony held July 10, 2015, at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Nimmo relieved Capt. John S. Ferguson who will retire after 31 years of naval service.
If you've been wondering about that dry patch of skin on your elbow, or perhaps you've noticed a change in shape or color on a mole, the doctor you want to see is now available at Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point (NHCCP).
October 1 marks the beginning of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point (NHCCP), is doing its part to fight this horrific cancer by conducting several educational events.
Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point on Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., achieved a major milestone recently, receiving the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) certification for the second consecutive time since becoming a clinic in 2007.