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OptometryOptometry
Optometry

Senior Airman Katherine Girard, 779th Aerospace Medical Service optometry technician, operates an autorefractor at the Optometry Clinic on Joint Base Andrews, Md., June 2, 2015. The autorefractor tests with non-contact tonometry, which measures eye prescriptions and pressure. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class J.D. Maidens)
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Posted: 6/2/2015

OptometryOptometry
Optometry

Senior Airman Katherine Girard, 779th Aerospace Medical Service optometry technician, performs a Fields test on Maj. Charles Jones, National Guard Bureau logistical support officer, at the Optometry Clinic on Joint Base Andrews, Md., June 2, 2015. The Fields test tests peripheral vision. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class J.D. Maidens)
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Posted: 6/2/2015

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Optometry

Olivia Morris, a Flight Medicine nurse, takes a Distance Visual Acuity Test at the Optometry Clinic on Joint Base Andrews, Md., June 6, 2015. The test measures eyesight at various distances. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class J.D. Maidens)
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Posted: 6/2/2015

Medicial Wing AcupunctureMedicial Wing Acupuncture
Medicial Wing Acupuncture

Senior Master Sgt. Patricia Sthill, Prince George’s Junior ROTC instructor, receives a needle during an acupuncture treatment session at the Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 15, 2015. The Air Force has a new initiative to complement western medicine with acupuncture care for service men and women in accordance with the May 2010 Pain Management Task Force objective. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Philip Bryant)
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Posted: 4/16/2015

Medical Wing AcupunctureMedical Wing Acupuncture
Medical Wing Acupuncture

Capt. Matthew Lindsey, 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron physician, left, and Meghan Tape, 412th Aerospace Medicine Squadron physician, explain what to expect during an acupuncture treatment session at the Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 15, 2015. Eight student physicians will complete 300 credit hours of acupuncture study over a period of six months and then apply for licensure. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Philip Bryant)
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Posted: 4/16/2015

Medical Wing AcupunctureMedical Wing Acupuncture
Medical Wing Acupuncture

Jennifer Whitaker, acupuncture patient, receives a needle during an acupuncture treatment session at the Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 15, 2015. Physicians are beginning a three-part training program, in partnership and conjunction with a prominent, civilian physician acupuncturist course, to become certified and licensed as physician acupuncturists. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Philip Bryant)
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Posted: 4/16/2015

Medical Wing AcupunctureMedical Wing Acupuncture
Medical Wing Acupuncture

Jennifer Whitaker, acupuncture patient, receives a needle in her ear during an acupuncture treatment session at the Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 15, 2015. The Air Force has a new initiative to complement western medicine with acupuncture care for service men and women in accordance with the May 2010 Pain Management Task Force objective. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Philip Bryant)
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Posted: 4/16/2015

Medical Wing AcupunctureMedical Wing Acupuncture
Medical Wing Acupuncture

Capt. Travis Russell, 99th Medical Operations Squadron physician, inspects the area of acupuncture insertion on a patient at the Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 15, 2015. Physicians are beginning a three-part training program, in partnership and conjunction with a prominent, civilian physician acupuncturist course, to become certified and licensed as physician acupuncturists. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Philip Bryant)
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Posted: 4/16/2015

Medical Wing AcupunctureMedical Wing Acupuncture
Medical Wing Acupuncture

Jennifer Whitaker, acupuncture patient, receives a needle in her ear during an acupuncture treatment session at the Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 15, 2015. Whitaker was one of approximately 15 to receive acupuncture care as part of a training program to certify Air Force physicians in acupuncture. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Philip Bryant)
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Posted: 4/16/2015

Medical Wing AcupunctureMedical Wing Acupuncture
Medical Wing Acupuncture

Airman 1st Class Tyler Denis, 779th Medical Operations Squadron member, smiles after receiving three acupuncture needles in his ear at the Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 15, 2015. The Air Force has a new initiative to complement western medicine with acupuncture care for service men and women in accordance with the May 2010 Pain Management Task Force objective. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Philip Bryant)
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Posted: 4/16/2015

Medical Wing AcupunctureMedical Wing Acupuncture
Medical Wing Acupuncture

Capt. Thomas Bayuk, 48th Medical Operations Squadron physician, evaluates the range of motion and current pain level of Airman 1st Class Tyler Denis, 779th Medical Operations Squadron member, at the Malcom Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 15, 2015. Evaluating pain level is the first step for physicians in a training program to become certified and licensed as physician acupuncturists. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Philip Bryant)
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Posted: 4/16/2015

Surgical center solves peeper problemsSurgical center solves peeper problems
Surgical center solves peeper problems

Capt. Frank Cumbie, 1st Helicopter Squadron pilot, lies motionless while surgical staff finds his face’s midline to a Photorefractive Keratectomy procedure March 18, 2015, in Malcolm Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center on Joint Base Andrews, MD. Centering the patient prior to PRK ensures the proper landmarks can be easily located during the procedure. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Preston Webb)
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Posted: 3/20/2015

Surgical center solves peeper problemsSurgical center solves peeper problems
Surgical center solves peeper problems

Col. (Dr.) Joseph Giovannini, 779th Aerospace Medical Squadron ophthalmologist, uses a rotary scrubber to remove epithelium cells prior to a Photorefractive Keratectomy procedure March 18, 2015, in Malcolm Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center on Joint Base Andrews, MD. After scrubbing, a laser can reshape the eye as needed for the patient’s prescription. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Preston Webb)
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Posted: 3/20/2015

Surgical center solves peeper problemsSurgical center solves peeper problems
Surgical center solves peeper problems

Capt. Frank Cumbie, 1st Helicopter Squadron pilot, sits at a slit lamp while his eye is examined prior to a Photorefractive Keratectomy procedure March 18, 2015, in Malcolm Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center on Joint Base Andrews, MD. The slip lamp allows a doctor to examine patients’ eyes prior to procedures such as PRK. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Preston Webb)
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Posted: 3/20/2015

Surgical center solves peeper problemsSurgical center solves peeper problems
Surgical center solves peeper problems

Capt. Frank Cumbie, 1st Helicopter Squadron pilot, sits still while a Technolas Orbscan is taken of the his eye March 18, 2015, in Malcolm Grow Medical Clinics and Surgery Center on Joint Base Andrews, MD. The Orbscan measures multiple regions within the patient’s eye to provide critical information to surgical staff prior to a Photorefractive Keratectomy procedure. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Preston Webb)
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Posted: 3/20/2015

BioenvironmentalBioenvironmental
Bioenvironmental

Senior Airman Thomas Hollingsworth, 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental technician, checks the condition of a Level A hazardous material suit, with the help of Airman 1st Class Ashton McLaughlin, 779th AMS bioenvironmental technician, March 16, 2015, on Joint Base Andrews, Md. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Mariah Haddenham)
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Posted: 3/17/2015

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Bioenvironmental

Senior Airman Thomas Hollingsworth, 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental technician, sanitizes a gas mask before a demonstration, March 16, 2015, on Joint Base Andrews, Md. The flight assists service members preparing for deployment by testing the fit of their gas masks, contributing to the safety of more than 1,400 service members per year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Mariah Haddenham)
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Posted: 3/17/2015

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Bioenvironmental

Senior Airman Thomas Hollingsworth, 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental technician, demonstrates putting on a gas mask with the help of Airman 1st Class Ashton McLaughlin, 779th AMS bioenvironmental technician, March 16, 2015, on Joint Base Andrews, Md. The flight conducts approximately 1,400 gas mask fit tests and tests more than 140 water samples per year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Mariah Haddenham)
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Posted: 3/17/2015

779th ECC779th ECC
779th ECC

Maj. Joseph Thomas, 779th Medical Group Emergent Care Center flight commander, and Senior Airman Kristine Perez, 779th MDG ECC medical technician, care for a patient in the ECC, Sept. 11, 2014, on Joint Base Andrews. The presence of the ECC contributes to the immediate health and well-being of each member on Andrews by tending to patients with urgent conditions after hours. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Released)
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Posted: 9/22/2014

79th Medical Wing79th Medical Wing
79th Medical Wing

Maj. Gen. (Dr.) Roosevelt Allen became the new commander of the 79th Medical Wing during a ceremony June 30, 2014.Prior to this assignment, General Allen, a board-certified comprehensive dentist, served as the deputy command surgeon of Air Education and Training Command at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas.
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Posted: 6/30/2014

Medical clinic construction to impact trafficMedical clinic construction to impact traffic
Medical clinic construction to impact traffic

Traffic will intermittently be limited to one lane on West Perimeter Road between the Fisher House and Menoher Drive at Joint Base Andrews starting Monday, Nov. 4. Traffic will be impacted Monday - Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Construction in this area is expected to last until Dec. 1 contingent upon weather. Flagmen will be working in the area and directing traffic. Drivers should expect delays and should ensure they are obeying the posted speed limit. (Photo by Robert Graham)
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Posted: 11/1/2013

Inside my HeadInside my Head
Inside my Head

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. - Dr. Beth Davis,779 Medical Operations Squadron deployment behavioral health psychiatrist at Malcolm Grow Medical Clinic, reviews the brain scan of a patient, Nov. 16, 2012. The scan enables patients to see a graphical representation that reacts directly to their thoughts. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Aaron Stout)
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Posted: 12/12/2012

Stick a Pin in MeStick a Pin in Me
Stick a Pin in Me

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. - Dr. Richard Niemtzow,779 Medical Operations Squadron chief of acupuncture at Malcolm Grow Medical Clinic, performs Battle Field Acupuncture on Master Sgt. Elie Bellevue, patient, Nov. 16, 2012. According to Niemtzow, the procedure was nearly painless and has an 80 percent success rate in its clinical trials. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Aaron Stout)
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Posted: 12/12/2012

Pins and NeedlesPins and Needles
Pins and Needles

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. - Dr. Richard Niemtzow, 779 Medical Operations Squadron chief of acupuncture, introduces patient Master Sgt. Elie Bellevue to the needles used in Battle Field Acupuncture at Malcolm Grow Medical Clinic, Nov. 16, 2012. In 2001, Niemtzow was intorduced to a new, smaller needle used by a French physicial for acupuncture treatment on ears. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Aaron Stout)
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Posted: 12/12/2012

    

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