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  • Day in the Life: Labor and Delivery Nurse

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- What’s in a workday? Sometimes, it depends on who you ask.Does it start at midnight—when Capt. Dahlia Garcia, 88th Inpatient Operations Squadron charge nurse, is halfway through her 12-hour shift in the Labor and Delivery Ward? Or does is start at 5 p.m.—when

  • Wright-Patt lands 11 on chief master sergeant selection list

    The Air Force has announced its newest chief master sergeant selects – and the list includes 11 names from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base:Air Force Materiel CommandSenior Master Sgt. Kevin CozadSenior Master Sgt. Michael GuanillAir Force Life Cycle Management CenterSenior Master Sgt. Chad

  • Admiral visits Wright-Patt clinic to thank Airmen

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Rear Adm. Kristen Fabry visited Wright-Patterson Medical Center on Oct. 1 to thank the 88th Medical Group Airmen who provided active duty and civilians at Defense Supply Center Columbus with the COVID-19 vaccine earlier this year.The Defense Logistics Agency

  • Doctors keep pain low and personnel serving

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The 88th Medical Group’s Pain Clinic team is pioneering pain management for Airmen to diminish the physical aches of military service.The clinic’s three interventional pain doctors, neuropsychologist, nurse, X-ray technician, physical therapy technician and

  • Commander delivers latest COVID-19 update

    Col. Patrick Miller, 88th Air Base Wing and installation commander, addressed the base Jan. 27 on Facebook Live concerning the latest COVID-19 situation update.

  • Med Group opens up COVID-19 vaccine offerings

    The 88th Medical Group is set to expand its offering of the COVID-19 vaccine after working through the initial phases of first responders and medical personnel at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

  • Top Air Force medical officers trained at Wright-Patterson Medical Center

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – More than 100 of the newest Air Force military medical residents and interns were recognized at a graduation ceremony held at the National Museum of the United States Air Force May 23.Depending on the specialty, the medical officers completed their residency