Building Momentum: Marines learn Innovative Problem Solving

Story by Frances Seybold on 07/10/2019 ALEXANDRIA, Va. In just one week, Marines and other service members were presented the opportunity to learn a wide variety of problem solving skills using science, engineering, and technology. Thomas Sullivan, the director of training for Building Momentum, runs a monthly workshop for military
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Joint Commission Gives Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Clinics Seal of Approval

Story by NMCCL Public Affairs on 07/08/2019 Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune (NMCCL) Primary Care Clinics, which include Family Medicine, Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine, were given the Golden Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission June 27, 2019. The Joint Commission's Primary Care Medical Home (PCMH) Certification is valid through
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MARFORCOM welcomes new commanding general

Story by Sgt Jessika Braden on 07/03/2019 NORFOLK, Va. U.S. Marine Lt. Gen. Robert F. Hedelund assumed command of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command (MARFORCOM) during a change of command ceremony where Lt. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, the outgoing MARFORCOM commanding general transferred the command's colors to Hedelund July 3
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Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Takes Home Dozen Patient Satisfaction Best of the Best Awards

Story by NMCCL Public Affairs on 07/03/2019 Each quarter Navy Medicine recognizes military treatment facilities (MTF) and those working in them as the Best of the Best based on patient satisfaction ratings captured through Joint Outpatient Experience Surveys (JOES). Nearly every "Best of the Best" survey category for Quarter 2
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Camp Lejeune Family Medicine Residency Graduates 11 Residents, 11 Interns

Story by NMCCL Public Affairs on 07/03/2019 The latest group of Camp Lejeune Family Medicine Residency (CLFMR) graduates took major steps toward their futures as family physicians, hopeful Flight Surgeons, Undersea Medical Officers and newly-advanced medical residents June 28 at the annual Residency Program Graduation. This year's graduating class included
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Exotic animals as pets can pose threat to domestic species

For the second time in the last several months, base Land and Wildlife Resources staff have responded to reports of "huge, strange looking snakes" on base. The first was a ball python found in a barracks and the second was a red tailed boa in a parking lot. Neither of
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