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The WBAMC GME Class of 2020 [Image 1 of 2]
Mon, 29 Jun 2020 12:20:28 -0400
Col. Michael S. Oshiki, commander of William Beaumont Army Medical Center, speaks to Soldiers and civilians graduating from WBAMC’s Graduate Medical Education (GME) Programs during a graduation ceremony held at the North East lawn of the main hospital campus, June 20. Graduates completed courses of study in residencies or internships in one of the following GME programs: Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, General Medical Officer, Oral Surgeon, and Certified Registered Nursing Anesthesia Graduates. U.S. Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing (DoD. photo by Vincent Byrd)
The WBAMC GME Class of 2020 [Image 1 of 2]
The WBAMC GME Class of 2020 [Image 2 of 2]
Mon, 29 Jun 2020 12:20:21 -0400
Maj. Roger Webb, a graduate of the U.S. Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing (USAGPAN), receives a diploma from Maj. Richard E. Crocker, director, USAGPAN, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, during WBAMC's 2020 GME graduation ceremony held at the North East law of the main campus, June 20. Graduates completed courses of study in residencies or internships in one of the following GME programs (DoD. photo by Vincent Byrd)
The WBAMC GME Class of 2020 [Image 2 of 2]
The WBAMC GME Class of 2020
Mon, 29 Jun 2020 12:19:43 -0400
Soldiers and civilians attended the Graduate Medical Education (GME) program graduation ceremony at William Beaumont Army Medical Center, on June 19. The ceremony was held on the Northeast Lawn of the hospital campus, a change made to accommodate social distancing and COVID-19 measures.
The WBAMC GME Class of 2020 [Image 2 of 2]
Fort Bliss Range Control volunteers assist in making life-saving device for WBAMC
Fri, 29 May 2020 14:48:10 -0400
Lt. Col. Eric Weber (far right), chief medical officer, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, and his colleagues demonstrate how to effectively use the COVID-19 Airway Management Isolation Chamber (CAMIC), a device that serves as a barrier protecting healthcare workers from aerosolized droplets by capturing and removing viral particles emitted from the patient, May 19, at WBAMC’s surgical room.
Fort Bliss Range Control volunteers assist in making life-saving device for WBAMC
Fort Bliss Range Control volunteers assist in making life-saving device for WBAMC [Image 1 of 2]
Fri, 29 May 2020 14:15:58 -0400
Raul Martinez and Robert Serrano, maintenance workers with Fort Bliss Directorate of Plans Training Mobilization and Security, Range Control branch, demonstrate how to put together one COVID-19 Airway Management Isolation Chamber (CAMIC), May 15, at the Range Control building on Fort Bliss. The CAMIC is an inexpensive barrier device for COVID-19 patients, by draping clear plastic sheeting over a box-like frame made of common PVC piping, then placed over the head of patients to reduce the risk of virus spread as these patients receive treatment at William Beaumont Army Medical Center.
Fort Bliss Range Control volunteers assist in making life-saving device for WBAMC [Image 1 of 2]
Fort Bliss Range Control volunteers assist in making life-saving device for WBAMC [Image 2 of 2]
Fri, 29 May 2020 14:15:51 -0400
Raul Martinez, Robert Serrano, Tim Ahlstrom, and Kevin Waller, maintenance workers with Fort Bliss Directorate of Plans Training Mobilization and Security, volunteered to construct 40 COVID-19 Airway Management Isolation Chambers (CAMICs) for William Beaumont Army Medical Center, in the hopes that it will help save a patient who may have the novel coronavirus disease known as COVID-19.
Fort Bliss Range Control volunteers assist in making life-saving device for WBAMC [Image 2 of 2]
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