Lt. Cmdr. Frank Munoz, the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton command chaplain, addresses common problems newlywed military members frequently face during a premarital seminar titled “P.S. before you say I do” May 15 in the Cmdr. R. W. Emerine Memorial Conference Room.
Capt. Ann Uetz (left), the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Director of Nursing Services, and Ensign Allison McCann, a staff nurse in the hospital’s Multi Service Ward, cut the cake at the 105th Navy Nurse Corps Birthday Cake Cutting Ceremony outside the NHCP Quarterdeck May 13, 2013.
Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton will host a premarital seminar titled “P.S. before you say I do” May 15 from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Cmdr. R. W. Emerine Memorial Conference Room on the hospital’s ground floor.
Ms. Mindy Martini, from the Marine Corps Community Services Camp Pendleton Consolidated Substance Abuse Counseling Center, performs an alcohol breathalyzer check on Seaman Terrance Scott, a logistical specialist from the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Material Management Department, during an intoxiclock® presentation during the hospital’s Alcohol Awareness Fair April 29.
By, Cpl. Mark Garcia, I Marine Expeditionary Force
Petty Officer 1st Class Benny Flores, a corpsman serving with Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, speaks to an audience after being awarded the Silver Star during an awards ceremony at Camp Pendleton, May 3. Flores was recognized for his actions on April 28, 2012, while serving with Regional Command Southwest providing medical support on a mission to Zaranj, Nimroz province, Afghanistan.
By, MC1(SW) Michael R. McCormick, NHCP Public Affairs
Naval Medical Center San Diego Deputy Commander Capt. Mark A. Kobelja (left) poses with Lt. Cmdr. James Chung, a third year Family Medicine resident at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton during the Navy Medicine West 28th Annual Academic Research Competition. Chung placed 1st for his case report poster submission on Acute Renal Failure with Severe Loin Pain after Anaerobic Exercise (ALPE) in Active Duty Marines.
Seaman Danie Dancel, a patrolman with the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Security Department discards unused, unwanted medications during the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 27.
Contractors construct a ramp network at the main gate here to alleviate traffic at the intersection of Camp Del Mar and Lincoln Housing. A temporary intersection will be constructed May 3 through 5 for motorists to use during the construction of an overpass that is scheduled to begin May 6.
Marine Corps Base and Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton leadership are hosting a Nationwide Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Apr. 27 in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Administration to help prevent medication misuse, abuse and theft.