The U.S. Navy's premier medical training facility for expeditionary medicine welcomed more than 200 medical professionals from the United Kingdom's Second Medical Brigade during Operation Integrated Serpent, Oct. 3-16.
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Mike Stevens visited Aviation Survival Training Center (ASTC) Patuxent (Pax) River, Maryland, Nov. 12. Rather than simply visit and shake hands, though, the MCPON was on hand to take part in training for an upcoming mission.
When the Navy needs to train independent duty corpsmen (IDC) and undersea medical officers (UMO) for submarine duty, it looks to the Navy Undersea Medical Institute (NUMI). But as with anything to do with submarines, maximum utilization of resources is imperative.
As part of the Navy's initiative to honor a diverse culture of Sailors, Navy Medicine Operational Training Center celebrated African-American History Month with a special presentation and pot luck lunch, Feb. 24.
The Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC) announced the presentation of a quality certification from the National Association of Occupational Health Professionals (NAOHP) to Naval Aerospace Medical Institute (NAMI), Feb. 24.
Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC) announced March 8 the selection of the command Civilian of the Year (COY), who was chosen from among COYs from 16 NMOTC commands, detachments, and units spread across the nation.
While it's worth noting the Hyperbaric Medicine Department at Navy Aerospace Medical Institute (NAMI) passed its most recent recertification March 6-8, it comes on the heels of a far more significant achievement.
Sailors from Naval Expeditionary Medical Training Institute (NEMTI) at Camp Pendleton, California, led a Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Instructor Course at Naval Hospital Pensacola (NHP) the week of March 20.