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  • Hospitalman Stacie M. Sprehe, assigned to Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi, administers an influenza vaccine to Petty Officer 3rd Class John F. Malinowski during a SHOTEX.  By getting flu vaccine Sailors may protect themselves from influenza and may also avoid spreading it to others.  120927-N-KF478-019
  • Capt. Gina M. Jaeger, the first female Medical Service Corps commanding officer and the third female to oversee Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi in its 72 year history, bids Sailors farewell during a final personnel inspection before she retires April 19, following 30 years of naval service which she began as an enlisted Navy corpsman.  130411-N-KF478-411
  • Cmdr. Nora M. Perez and Lt. j.g. Steven J. Kahn, the oldest and youngest officers at Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi,  led the 68th anniversary of the Navy's Medical Service Corps. Congress enacted the Army-Navy Medical Service Corps Act of 1947, formally establishing the Corps.  150804-N-KF478-874
  • Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Force Master Chief Laura Martinez listens as Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarom Meas describes some of his career successes. Meas, a 9-year Navy veteran, is assigned to the Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi Internal Medicine team. Martinez toured Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi during a South Texas visit that included Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.  U.S. Navy photo by Bill W. Love (Released)  090429-0184L-N-008
  • Commander Navy Medicine East, Rear Adm. Terry J. Moulton flanked by Capt. Guido F. Valdes (left) and Capt. Jimmy A. Bradley (right) before the Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi change of command ceremony aboard USS Lexington (CV 16) Museum on the Bay Aug. 27, 2015.  U.S. Navy photo Richard Stewart)  150827-N-LY958-473
  • Commander Navy Medicine East, Rear Adm. Terry J. Moulton (right), congratulates Capt. Guido F. Valdes during a change of command ceremony aboard USS Lexington Aug. 27, 2015.  Valdes becomes the 38th commanding officer of Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi in its 74-year history after relieving Capt. Jimmy A. Bradley (center). U.S. Navy photo Bill W. Love)

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  • Capt. Guido F. Valdes' wife pins his Navy Ashore Command Pin during the change of command ceremony aboard USS Lexington (CV 16) Museum on the Bay Aug. 27, 2015.  Valdes became the 38th commanding officer of Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi in its 74-year history.  U.S. Navy photo Richard Stewart)  150827-N-LY958-586
  • - Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Juan M. Rubio was awarded the Silver Star Medal for conspicuous gallantry against the enemy while serving as a Marine platoon corpsman in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). Medical Corps, Commander, Navy Medicine East and Commander, Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, Va., Rear Adm. Thomas R. Cullison made the presentation in front of the Naval Hospital on board Naval Air Station Corpus Christi. U.S. Navy photo by Mr. Bill W. Love (RELEASED)  060427-N-0184L-011

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