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Top nurse at Kenner Clinic a kidney cancer survivor
By Lesley Atkinson | July 6, 2021
FORT LEE, Va. – The success story of Itanya Milligan-Artis goes beyond her recent selection as Kenner Army Health Clinic’s 2021 Registered Nurse of the Year – an accomplishment that earned her a heap of accolades as well as a Civilian Service Achievement Medal.
Army's Newest Physicians
By Jane Lee | June 28, 2021
FORT BENNING, GA. – Congratulations are in order for the Army’s newest physicians, as the Martin Army Community Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program graduated its 49th class, June 25.
The importance of nursing to the health of the fighting force
By Ann Krebs | May 12, 2021
National Nurses Week began May 6 and is celebrated through May 12.  This year, more than ever it is important to recognize nurses, but on a whole different level.  
Fort Campbell Soldiers to receive top-level trauma training
By Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Courier | May 4, 2021
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. – Vanderbilt University Medical Center, or VUMC, is now an official site for U.S. Army Military-Civilian Trauma Team Training, or AMCT3, a move that will help Fort Campbell’s medical personnel achieve the highest standards of care before deployment.
Alcohol Awareness Month
By Janice Erdlitz, Lyster Army Health Clinic | April 30, 2021
April is National Alcohol Awareness Month, an annual campaign aimed at bringing awareness to the dangers of alcohol misuse. Recognizing the warning signs of alcohol abuse and receiving proper treatment can make a significant impact with the recovery process. Warning signs that might indicate a person having issues with alcohol are decreased energy, short-term memory loss, denial of substance abuse, mood swings, poor work performance, and many more.
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BG Krueger and CSM Booker talk about the region and what lies ahead