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Former chief medical historian visits NHCL April 03, 2014 — Jan Herman, former chief medical his¬torian of the Navy, visited Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune to speak about naval medi-cal history and to promote his new book, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 28.   Herman spoke to patrons regarding his passion for naval medical history and read excerpts from his book, “The Lucky Few: The Fall of Saigon MORE
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Navy’s newest family physicians graduate from Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune July 16, 2013 — Graduates of Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune’s Family Medicine Residency Program were welcomed into the world of medicine after years as students, interns and residents at the Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 28. Twelve sailors graduated in the ceremony. Five earned the right to call themselves family physicians, one became MORE
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Navy's newest family physicians graduate
Holocaust horror brought to life April 18, 2013 — After a weeklong journey with hundreds of others crammed in a train cart created for cattle, Morris Glass’ family was ripped apart in a single moment as they entered Auschwitz. The Nazi soldiers divided the passengers into separate lines. Men were sent to the right and women to the left. Glass stayed in line with his father and his brother but MORE
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NHCL brings mental health providers closer to troops, opens more group programs August 24, 2012 — In 1958 Marie Johada, a social psychologist, said the ideal state of mental health is a self-reliant individual with good sense of self-perception, realistic self-esteem, voluntary control of behavior, with a true perception of the world who is self-directed and productive person who sustains relationships and can give affection.    When those MORE
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Herschel Walker’s “proudest moment”: getting help August 09, 2012 — Marines and sailors can suffer from visible injuries; wounded warriors can face missing limbs or burns from improvised explosive devices, but many service members suffer in a way no one ever sees.  Mental health issues are prevalent in society and are present in service members alike. Although there are many resources available for those with MORE
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Hospital holds ribbon cutting for new quarterdeck, lobby August 06, 2012 — Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune’s quarterdeck, a gateway for more than 120,000 patients of the hospital, has reopened after six months of construction with a ribbon cutting Aug. 6.   The quarterdeck’s completion joins a host of new construction throughout Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and marks the first major feat in the hospital’s renovation efforts MORE
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Zinder shares memories of his time at NHCL June 08, 2012 — For the past two years, Navy Capt. Daniel J. Zinder watched over those who take care of service members and their families aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune as the commanding officer of Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune. In a ceremony aboard the base June 8, Zinder passed the mantle on to Navy Capt. David Lane and prepared for his new post in Role 3 MORE
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Aprils docket will target sexual health March 22, 2012 — Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is the home of Marine expeditionary forces in readiness and is the largest Marine Corps installation on the East Coast. The need to maintain readiness is paramount and includes the health of Marines aboard the base. The Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune’s Health Promotion and Wellness team is doing their part to keep troops MORE
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