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  • Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton staff and guests celebrated the 69th anniversary of the Navy's Medical Service Corps Aug. 4, 2016.  Retired Navy Lt. Cmdr. Jeffrey Evans, NHCP deputy director of public health and Ens. Clara Pangco, assistant department head of the NHCP Laboratory, the oldest and youngest MSC officers present, cut a cake during the birthday celebration ceremony.  160804-N-UM054-032
  • 12 students visited Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton for the first week-long Science, Service, Medicine and Mentoring Program from July 25 to July 29, 2016. Pictured L to R Back row, Angelica Delzompo, assistant program coordinator, HN Leon Simmons, Masher Hawkins, Chasity McManigal, Evelyn Garofano, Diego Camacho, Rosalinda Castro, Tyson Ayoso, PO3 Christopher Ellis, Cmdr. Emeka Ofobike, Jr. Front Row, Tessa Stapp, Destiny Rodriguez, Rachel Nealon, Rhea Santos, Emma Andrews, Haley Sisk and PO3 Renzogerard Adaya.  160729-N-UM054-001
  • Cmdr. Victor Diaz, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton's Anesthesiology Department Head,   instructs students participating in NHCP's Science, Service, Medicine and Mentoring program, on how to use different instruments to administer anesthesia, July 26, 2016.  While participating in the week-long S2M2 program the 12 rising juniors and seniors from Oceanside and El Camino High School in Oceanside, Calif., will experience informative lectures from NHCP staff; interactive hands-on training and activities; a disability exercise during which the students spend 24 hours without the use of their dominant arm; one-on-one shadowing rotations with clinical staff in areas such as primary care, medical and surgical subspecialties, pharmacy, nursing, and biomedical repair; as well as an introduction to Navy fitness.  160726-N-UM054-039
  • Lt. Jenique Keys, talks with students about upcoming research projects during Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton's week-long Science, Service, Medicine and Mentoring program, July 25, 2016. Initially implemented at the Naval Medical Center Bethesda, Maryland in 2004, this is NHCP's first year sponsoring the S2M2 program, welcoming 12 students to spend a week in the facility experiencing the world of military healthcare from behind-the-scenes.  160725-N-UM054-119
  • MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif (June 17, 2016)  Naval Hospital Camp
Pendleton's oldest Corpsman, Master Chief Kenneth Wilburn and the youngest
Corpsman, Seaman Ivantristan Terrenate, cut a cake with NHCP Commanding
Officer, Capt. Lisa Mulligan during the Hospital Corps 118th birthday
celebration, June 17. Since their establishment on June 17, 1898, Hospital
Corpsmen have provided medical care to Marines, sailors and their families
on the battlefield, at sea and in military treatment facilities worldwide.   U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Yasmine T. Muhammad (Released)  160617-N-UM054-012
  • MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif (June 14, 2016) Hospital Corpsman
2nd Class Kimverlyn Yue is pinned at a frocking ceremony held at Naval
Hospital Camp Pendleton June 14. During the ceremony friends and family
pinned each new petty officer after they received their letter of
advancement to the next paygrade.   U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Yasmine T.
Muhammad (Released)  160614-N-UM054-018
  • MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif (June 7, 2016) Petty Officers 1st Class Ranit Kumar(left) and Ester Delacruz deliver a wreath 
to Capt. Lisa Mulligan, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton commanding officer and 
Master Chief Kenneth Willburn, NHCP acting command master chief during a 
Battle of Midway Commemoration Ceremony June 7. The wreath was laid in honor 
of the 74th anniversary of the Battle of Midway, which took place from June 
4-7, 1942 and is considered one of the most decisive battles of World War II 
and is regarded as the turning point of the war in the Pacific.  U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Yasmine T.
Muhammad (Released)  160607-N-UM054-034
  • MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif (May 17, 2016) Dr. Patricia Mouk, an
audiologist in Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton's Audiology Clinic teaches Cpl.
James Howarth, squad leader, 1st Reconnaisance Battalion, 1st Marine
Division, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, how to insert a hearing aid during
an appointment, May 17. NHCP's Audiology Clinic offers several services such
as assessment, identification and rehabilitation of hearing and balance
disorders and newborn hearing screenings in NHCP's Maternal Infant Unit. The
clinic provides care to 400 service members and their families on average
per month. For more information on NHCP's Audiology Clinic please call
760-725-1641.  U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Yasmine T. Muhammad (Released)  160517-N-UM054-010


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