Naval Hospital Pensacola Story Archive

Wellness and Lifestyle Program at Naval Hospital Pensacola   (8 May 2017)
Naval Hospital Pensacola is currently implementing a wellness and lifestyle program designed to help promote healthy lifestyle changes and improve the physical well-being of patients.
Mental Health Part of Overall Wellness  (18 May 2017)
If a Sailor or Marine came into work with a cold or injury, it would be a common occurrence for them to seek medical attention. Receiving care for mental health concerns is just as vital for overall wellness.
Pearl Harbor Survivor Still Volunteers at Naval Hospital Pensacola  (23 May 2017)
Twice a week, Francis "Frank" Emond drives over 30 minutes to volunteer at Naval Hospital Pensacola.
Men Need to Take Control of Their Health   (19 June 2017)
A visit to a urologist is not something most men look forward too, but results can range from improved sexual health to early detection of cancer.
Naval Hospital Pensacola Holds Change of Command   (26 June 2017)
Capt. Sarah Martin, Nurse Corps, relinquished command of Naval Hospital Pensacola (NHP) to Capt. Amy Branstetter, Nurse Corps, at a change of command ceremony, June 22, at the National Museum of Naval Aviation onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola.
Outpatient Infusion Services Available at Naval Hospital Pensacola  (17 July 2017)
Naval Hospital Pensacola's (NHP) Multi-Service Ward provides infusion services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Clear Path to Vision Available at NBHC NASP  (26 July 2017)
A clear path to vision care is available at Naval Branch Health Clinic Naval Air Station Pensacola's (NBHC NASP) Optometry Clinic for TRICARE Prime beneficiaries.
Naval Hospital Pensacola's Pharmacy Best Option for Prescriptions  (10 August 2017)
TRICARE beneficiaries in the Pensacola, Florida area needing prescriptions have lots of options, including Naval Hospital Pensacola's Pharmacy.
Preventive Medicine Takes the Fight to Diseases  (22 August 2017)
Preventing a medical condition before it has a chance to affect others is the goal of Naval Hospital Pensacola's Preventive Medicine Department.
One Small Act Can Save a Life  (5 October 2017)
Naval Hospital Pensacola, along with the rest of the Navy, joins the nation in observing September as Suicide Prevention Month.
One in Eight: Raise Your Awareness of Breast Cancer  (12 October 2017)
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Naval Hospital Pensacola is taking the opportunity to educate patients about the dangers of breast cancer and the importance of getting checked.
Connected Corpsmen in the Community Expands Care to Service Members in Pensacola  (18 October 2017)
Naval Hospital Pensacola (NHP) has implemented a new concept called Connected Corpsmen in the Community (CCC) that is designed to expand access and convenience of care for active duty service members.
Now is the Time to Quit Smoking  (6 November 2017)
According to the American Lung Association, almost half a million people in America die from tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke.
Gulf Coast MTFs Meet to Discuss Partnerships  (16 November 2017)
In an effort to expand partnerships, the inaugural meeting for medical treatment facilities (MTF) in the Gulf Coast Region was held at Naval Hospital Pensacola (NHP) on Oct. 8.

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