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  • San Antonio Market to standardize, optimize local healthcare

    After years of collaboration, San Antonio’s military treatment facilities officially unified as a market with the Defense Health Agency during a ceremony at Brooke Army Medical Center today.The newly designated San Antonio Market will work together to optimize personnel and resources and improve access to care for more than 250,000 military
  • JBSA medical facilities support Operation Warp Speed

    Joint Base San Antonio’s Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, or WHASC, and Brooke Army Medical Center are supporting the Department of Defense on Operation Warp Speed, which seeks to pioneer vaccines for COVID-19. The vaccine trial began at JBSA Nov. 5.
  • SAMHS COVID-19 operations for Columbus Day

    The San Antonio Military Health System will continue COVID testing over Columbus Day. The WHASC Drive-thru testing site will be the only site open on Columbus Day, 12 Oct 20, 0800 - 1200hrs.  The BAMC and Randolph COVID-19 Drive-thru sites will be closed on Columbus Day (12 Oct 20).  Normal hours of operation will resume thereafter.Normal hours of
  • BAMC, WHASC chosen for COVID-19 vaccine trials

    As part of the Operation Warp Speed, or OWS, goal to deliver safe and effective vaccines and therapeutics by January 2021, five Department of Defense locations have been identified to participate in the Phase III trial evaluating the vaccine candidate AZD1222 under development by AstraZeneca. Two of the locations are in San Antonio.
  • #RiseUp Mental Health, Resiliency at JBSA

    Members of the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center (WHASC) Mental Health Clinic and 737th Training Group Military Training Consult Service (MTCS) mental health team spent their Monday motivating others with words of encouragement for base personnel and community members as part of a mental health and resiliency effort during the COVID-19 pandemic at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, May 4.
  • #RiseUp Mental Health, Resiliency at JBSA

    Members of the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center (WHASC) Mental Health Clinic and 737th Training Group Military Training Consult Service (MTCS) mental health team spent their Monday motivating others with words of encouragement for base personnel and community members as part of a mental health and resiliency effort during the COVID-19 pandemic at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, May 4.
  • Medics train for real world events

    More than 125 Airmen from the 59th Medical Wing at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center took part in a mass casualty exercise on November 28, 2018.
  • ‘Big Willie’ hosts soldiers traveling to Harvey relief

    The 59th Medical Wing at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland is currently hosting roughly 500-Soldiers in the old Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center as they prepare to deploy to areas affected by Hurricane Harvey.
  • Solar Eclipse Safety Tips

    This weeks 59MDW Health tip comes from Capt. Jason Croskrey from the Wilford Hall Ophthalmology Clinic. Providing safety tips on safely viewing a solar eclipse, he reminds you to take care of your eye sight!
  • Wilford Hall hosts blood drive

    The 59th Medical Wing is hosting a blood drive outside of the new Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center at JBSA-Lackland, today until 1:30 p.m.
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