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  • Airmen at Travis AFB Feat. DGMC part 4: Staff Sgt. Loisel

    Ask a rugby player what’s good to bring along for a match and you might hear a strange answer: A medic. For one player, though, it’s a requirement. Staff Sgt. Stefani Loisel, an aerospace medical technician with the 60th Surgical Services Squadron, plays as a wing on the U.S. Air Force Rugby team and is a single mother to two boys, aged four and five.
  • Airmen at Travis AFB feat. DGMC part 3: nurse competes at U.S. Strongman Nationals

    “Now that’s a downright sprint right there; that’s amazing!” a master of ceremonies yells into the microphone as Capt. Jamie Navarro, 60th Surgical Group Command Squadron charge nurse, carries 165 pounds in each hand at the U.S. Strongman Nationals competition, June 5, 2021, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Paramedics at DGMC are always ready

    “Typically, we get 911 calls, but our real job starts before the 911 calls,” said Tech. Sgt. James Martin, 60th Medical Operations Squadron paramedic. Airmen from the 60th MDOS deliver fast and responsive care at David Grant USAF Medical Center — "We come in first thing in the morning and we do a full prep,” said Martin.
  • Medical Equipment Repair Center keeps DGMC medical devices healthy

    “You don’t know what you’re going to get … whether it’s ‘go there now because it’s an urgent sort of thing or can this wait until tomorrow’ – you just don’t know,” said Senior Airman Trevor Lee, 60th Medical Support Squadron biomedical equipment technician.
  • David Grant USAF Medical Center reaches new heights

    David Grant USAF Medical Center is stepping into the new decade with a renewed Joint Commission accreditation.
  • Know your benefits: 60th MDG to host TRICARE briefings

    The 60th Medical Group at David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base is scheduled to host a series of TRICARE benefits briefings before the Thanksgiving holiday to inform TRICARE beneficiaries aged 65 and older of their benefits.
  • Dental clinic offers screenings for children

    The dental clinic at Travis AFB is offering pediatric screenings for active duty and retired military family members ages 12 and under to determine if they qualify for regular visits.
  • Blood drive benefits Armed Forces Blood Program

    If one person donates blood, they can save the lives of up to eight people. If one person donates to the Armed Services Blood Program, they can save the lives of up to eight ill or injured service members in combat areas.
  • DGMC celebrates Medical Laboratory Professionals Week

    A typical day at the David Grant USAF Medical Center consists of more than 1,500 outpatient visits and 60 emergency department visits. While the hallways and medical areas are filled with patients, there are also Airmen working behind the scenes in the Clinical and Pathology Laboratory.
  • April is Child Abuse Awareness, Prevention Month

    According to Pinwheels for Prevention, “Child development is largely influenced by early interactions with parents and caregivers; however, the community also plays a role in healthy child development.
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