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Colonel (Dr.) Karyn E. McKinney, commander of the 59th Training Group, and Jennifer Acton, widow of Staff Sgt. Eric Acton, unveils the new memorial for an Air Force dorm at Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston, Texas, May 24, 2018. SSgt. Acton is the only enlisted Air Force medic to succumb to combat related injuries during OIF/OEF. 59th TRG renames dorm after fallen combat medic
Col. (Dr.) Karyn E. McKinney, the 59th Training Group's commander, and Jennifer Acton, widow of Staff Sgt. Eric Acton, unveils the new memorial for an Air Force dormitory at Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston, Texas, May 24, 2018. Acton is the only enlisted Air Force medic to succumb to combat related injuries during Operation Iraqi Freedom
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359th Medical Group service members report during a bag drag recall at the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph clinic, May 3. The recall was conducted to measure military preparedness, operational readiness mindset and to support the Air Force Medical Service and Defense Health Agency goals of a Medically Ready Force and a Ready Medical Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kevin Iinuma) 359 MDG proves to be a medical ready force
359th Medical Group service members report during a bag drag recall at the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph clinic, May 3. The recall was conducted to measure military preparedness, operational readiness mindset and to support the Air Force Medical Service and Defense Health Agency goals of a Medically Ready Force and a Ready Medical Force. (U.S.
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2018
59th Medical Wing members kick off National Nurse Week by signing a new proclamation declaring May 6-12 as Nurse and Medical Technician Appreciation Week at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. Nurses and medical technicians will participate in daily events throughout the week in celebration of the new declaration. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kevin Iinuma) Nurse,Technician Appreciation Week at JBSA
On March 25, 1982, President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation designating May 6 a “National Recognition Day for Nurses.” In 1990, the recognition was expanded to a week-long celebration, declaring May 6-12, 1991, as the first National Nurses Week.
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A 59th Medical Wing CCATT team member bonds with an infant patient during
an air transport mission from Germany to Walter Reed National Medical
Center, Bethesda, Md., April 19th, 2018. CCATTs are able to continuously
monitor and maintain stabilization of patients during movement activities in
either an inter- or intratheater aeromedical evacuation  mission support
role. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Keifer Bowes) 59th Executes Five Missions at Once
The 59th Medical Wing orchestrated five air transport missions simultaneously during the week of April 16th through the 20th.The Air Force's premier healthcare, medical education and research, and readiness wing flexed global capability by delivering expert health care to patients in multiple regions of the globe.“We maintain a 24/7 worldwide
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2018
59 MDW 59 MDW Transports Critical Infant
A team from the 59th Medical Wing transported an infant patient from Walter Reed National Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., to Boston Children’s Hospital April 17th, 2018.                                           The four-month-old child has been battling various abnormalities and needed the 59th’s unique capability to move critical patients while
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2018
New Gateway Bulverde Clinic 59th Medical Wing Opens New Clinic on Far Northside of San Antonio
– On April 17th the 59th Medical Wing officially opened its new Gateway Bulverde Clinic located at 25615 US Hwy 281, San Antonio, Texas, 78258. “The 59th Medical Wing staff have truly enjoyed partnering with the VA and sharing facilities at the North Central Federal Clinic,” said Colonel Robert Bogart, “However, both the VA and the 59th Medical
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2018
The 59th Medical Wing, located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, is the Air Force's premier healthcare, medical education and research, and readiness wing. The wing's vision is "Exemplary Care, Global Response." Its mission is "Developing Warrior Medics Through Patient-Centered Care." (U.S. graphic by Robert Shelly) 59 MDW flexes integrated healthcare capability
A water main broke at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, March 14th, resulting in no fresh water at the Randolph Clinic.Rather than shutting down and cancelling appointments, the 359th Medical Group practiced patient centeredness, and very quickly shifted operations by leveraging the resources of the entire 59th Medical Wing.  "In our continuous
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2018
Staff Sgt. Kayce Crisp, an informatinon systems technician from the 59th Medical Wing, explains the process of upgrading a computer's operating system March 13, 2018 at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. The 59MDW information technician staff upgraded a record amount of more than 3,700 systems to maintain Air Force standards. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Keifer Bowes) 59 MDW sets Air Force work station upgrade bar
The 59th Medical Wing, headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, migrated a record number of computers from relic operating systems to a new version, from the end of January through the first of March 2018.Efforts chartered by the 59 MDW’s systems team enabled the roughly 8,000 member wing to meet the Air Force information technology
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yup 59th Medical Wing medics perform life saving procedure

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Suzanne Packard, a Cardiology Phase II instructor at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, explains a cardio sonogram to Trenton Moore, Basic Military Training trainee at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, during the Basic Military Training Fast Track program Feb. 28, 2018. The 59th Medical Wing’s weekly program gives trainees in BMT technical school on cardiology-related medical hold a singular location to have their issues tested and identified. (U.S. Air Force photo by Daniel Calderon) 59 MDW expedites Airmen’s return to training
The 59th Medical Wing’s cardiology clinic, located at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center on Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, is working to help Airmen complete their training as quickly and as safely as possible. Basic Military Training Fast Track began in December 2016, and provides Airmen in BMT and technical school a “one-stop shop” to have
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