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  • Ensign Michelle Araya, a registered nurse, checks on Cpl. Nicholas Digregorio and his wife as they hold their newborn twin girls at Naval Hospital Jacksonville. The Digregorio family, originally from St. Augustine, Florida, is stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. and evacuated due to Hurricane Florence. Naval Hospital Jacksonville serves as the National Disaster Medical System federal coordinator for northeast Florida and southeast Georgia.  U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel (Released)  180914-N-AW702-001
  • Cmdr. Catherine Hagan, the chief medical officer at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, discusses high reliability during a safety brief at the hospital. This daily brief is a focused conversation among leaders about any potential patient safety risks. According to Hagan, a native of Ocala, Fla., "In 15 minutes, senior leadership gain a real-time understanding of what's happening at the deckplate. Leaders determine whether appropriate immediate actions have been taken, if further support is needed, and consider the possible impact command-wide. Lessons learned are shared with leadership and the deckplate. With the focus on keeping our patients and staff safe every day, our strong team has only become stronger."  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jacob Sippel (Released)  180823-N-AW702-001
  • Hospitalman Apprentice Juan Zamora distributes suicide awareness information to Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class Brandon Shadrock, assigned to Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron Forty (HSM-40), at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Fla. Zamora, a native of Plainfield, Ill., says "No family should have to go through a loss because of suicide. Saving one life can save the pain of many. People shouldn't be afraid to talk to someone. Talking can help prevent a loss of life."  U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel (Released)  180912-N-AW702-005
  • Religious Programs Specialist 2nd Class Dawaylon Farr prepares for Roman Catholic mass at Naval Hospital Jacksonville's chapel.  U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel (Released)  180712-N-AW702-002
  • Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Russell Rogers demonstrates the proper way to start an intravenous line with Hana Kabil during simulation training for Science, Service, Medicine and Mentoring students at Naval Hospital Jacksonville. Kabil is one of 13 high school students from Darnell-Cookman School of the Medical Arts participating in the hospital's S2M2 summer internship. The goal of S2M2 is to nurture students' commitment to science and medicine in a welcoming and intellectually stimulating environment.  U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel, Naval Hospital Jacksonville (Released)  180612-N-AW702-009
  • Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Joshua Crisano explains the benefits of the anti-gravity treadmill to Samara Habyarinana at Naval Hospital Jacksonville's physical therapy clinic. Habyarinana is one of 13 high school students from Darnell-Cookman School of the Medical Arts participating in the hospital's Science, Service, Medicine and Mentoring summer internship. The goal of S2M2 is to nurture students' commitment to science and medicine in a welcoming and intellectually stimulating environment.  U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel, Naval Hospital Jacksonville (Released)  180607-N-AW702-011
  • Hospitalman Apprentice Shelby Hall, from Rowlett, Texas, measures a newborn girl while she is being held by her mother during a two-week check-up at the Naval Hospital Jacksonville pediatrics clinic. The Navy Hospital Corps celebrates 120 years of service on June 17, 2018. Hospital Corpsmen take a pledge to faithfully perform all of their duties, to hold the care of the sick and injured to be a privilege and a sacred trust, and assist the medical officer with loyalty and honesty.   U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel (Released)  180516-N-AW702-003
  • Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sara Bookall, from Clarendon, Jamaica, a laboratory technician at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, studies a blood sample with a microscope. Established June 17, 1898, the Hospital Corps cares for sailors and Marines on the battlefield, at sea, under the sea, and in military treatment facilities worldwide.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jacob Sippel (Released)  180423-N-AW702-005

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