Latest "navy medicine" stories
Navy sets up mobile hospital with 150 beds in Norwegian caves
The mobile hospital, which can function in the caves or head to other theaters, aims to cultivate joint processes and procedures with NATO allies in the region.
Comments by Trump’s military doctor on symptoms, care spark confusion
For the second day in a row, the Navy commander in charge of President Donald Trump’s care left the world wondering: Just how sick is the president?
New in 2020: Military health system will expand takeover of local treatment facilities
Military hospitals and clinics in Europe and the Indo-Pacific regions will begin to transition to Defense Health Agency management in 2020.
By Patricia Kime
Prognosis good for Navy Medicine, but budget concerns loom
Talking about a future war at sea, Vice Adm. C. Forrest Faison III kept returning to memories of the fighting in Iraq.
By Navy Times staff
Op-ed: Surviving combat depends on readiness
The Navy's surgeon general makes a pitch for an ongoing transformation designed to help the military's healthcare system better serve service members and their families.
By Vice Adm. C. Forrest Faison III, Surgeon General, Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery