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 new NATIONAL NURSES WEEK 2016(MAY 6 -12)

NATIONAL NURSES WEEK We are passionate about nurses and making sure they are recognized for the heroic work they do every day for patients and their families. Their dedication and contributions to the Culture of Safety continue to make a significant difference in the history of nursing.

 new Spring into Risk Management

Spring is here! Whether you're a motorcycle rider, bicyclist, skater or sightseeing enthusiast, the warm weather means it's time to start getting ready to engage in your favorite outdoor activities

As you prepare to re-engage in your favorite outdoor activity, remember that risk management is a must. Most accidents are predictable and avoidable with the use of sound risk management. If you’re a motorcyclist, skater, or bicyclist personal protective gear is the first step in reducing the element of risk. No matter how great a rider, skater or bicyclist there is always the potential for an accident to occur. Remember, you do not have to cause an accident; you can be a victim of someone else’s error.......see more

 new Armed Services Blood Program Zika Virus Update

Zika is a mosquito-borne illness. The U.S. Army is taking the Zika virus very seriously and assisting the lead organization; Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in any way possible. Information on the virus is changing almost daily and getting the most up to date information is important. The information below is to help individuals and health care providers with decisions on travel and risks in their area. Women who are pregnant or could be pregnant need to discuss their risk with their health care provider.

https://phc.amedd.army.mil/topics/discond/diseases/Pages/Zika.aspx

 new Pregnancy : A New Frontier

Pregnancy classes Three classes
- Understanding pregnancy (1st Thursday)
- Vaginal Delivery vs C/Section (2nd Thursday)
- Newborn care / postpartum needs (3rd Thursday)

Classes will be held on the 2nd floor in the OB conference room (2335) at BAACH. The Current time frame is from 1700-1900 the first three Thursday's of each month.

 new HOSPITAL EDUCATION AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT CALENDAR FY 16

Courses :
BAACH Newcomers Orientation, M.E.D.I.C. Courses, CLS Classes, BLS CLASSES, PALS Course, Neonatal Resuscitation Program, ACLS Course, Team STEPPS Training, Nursing Skills Proficiency, Immunization Competency Training, Moderate Sedation Course, EKG and Pharmacology ......see more

 new Changes to Hours of Central Appointment Line Operation

The Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital Central Appointment Line will be changing their hours of operation beginning 18 May 2015 to 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. By closing an hour earlier, agents can be shifted to earlier in the day when call volume is the heaviest. This will decrease wait times during peak hours and hopefully increase patient satisfaction with this aspect of service by alleviating long wait times and improve the booking process. The main call center receives calls from across the Peninsula. Therefore this change in hours will affect everyone. Central Appointments can be reached at DSN 737-2273 (CARE) or commercially at 050-3337-2273.

 Performance Triad

Performance TriadThe Health and fitness behaviors of your family and friends are "contagious" - they can spread!
Adopt a healthy habit and enhance your health with Sleep, Activity, and Nutrition.

New TRICARE Service Center Office Hours in Effect

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 07:30-16:00
Thursday: 12:30-16:00
(Closed every Thursday 07:30-12:30 for training)
Closed on Weekends and all Training/Federal Holidays
For more information, call 737-1433

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