• 59 MDW: Training hours allow readiness capabilities

    The 59th Medical Wing will conduct training every week beginning Wednesday, May 4, 2022.All 59th MDW clinics will be closed from 7:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. on Wednesday mornings to allow time for readiness training.“There is going to be a rotating schedule to cover the different categories of the

  • San Antonio Market closes drive-thru COVID-19 screening, testing locations

    The San Antonio Market, to include Brooke Army Medical Center and the 59th Medical Wing, will close their consolidated drive-thru COVID-19 screening and testing sites April 1.BAMC Screening/TestingBAMC opened its drive-thru site in March 2020, screening and testing more than 76,000 individuals over

  • 59th MDW: service hours update

    San Antonio beneficiaries, please be advised the 59th Medical Wing service hours are changing.Starting 4 May 2022 all medical facilities will open at 9:15 a.m. every Wednesday to accommodate training. The Family Emergency Center, Dunn Dental Clinic sick call and Randolph Dental sick call will remain

  • 59th MDW: Pulmonary trains for CPET

    John Sessums, 59th Medical Specialty Squadron respiratory care practitioner, places electrodes on a patient as part of a Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test in the Pulmonary Clinic at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, Feb. 24, 2022. The CPET is a clinical

  • 59th MDW extends OB services

    Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center’s Women’s Health Clinic is now offering obstetric services to include prenatal and postpartum care and expanding services for walk-in patients.

  • 59 MDW: Life-saving program hits milestone

    Since the adult extracorporeal membrane oxygenation program began at Brooke Army Medical Center more than a decade ago, the integrated teams of Airmen, Soldiers and civilian medical personnel have completed over 200 transports.ECMO requires a heart-lung machine that removes carbon dioxide and

  • Why Today’s ‘Gen Z’ is at Risk for Boot Camp Injuries

    For today's generation of 18-to-25-year-olds, making it through recruit training and successfully transitioning from civilian life into the military is not easy. Today's recruits are coming from a far more sedentary lifestyle compared to previous generations, making their skeletons more prone to

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