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    COVID-19 ICU

    COVID-19 ICU

    07.17.2020 | Photo by James Camillocci
    Cesar De La Vega, right, ensures Maj. Kay Bolin properly dons her personal protective equipment in an intensive care unit at Brooke Army Medical...
    WTB Tree Dedication

    WTB Tree Dedication

    06.03.2020 | Photo by Jason W. Edwards
    U.S. Army Lt. Col. Andrea Castillon, Warrior Transition Battalion commander, delivers remarks during a tree dedication ceremony at Fort Sam...

    Recent Videos

    The Numbers Speak Volumes

    The Numbers Speak Volumes

    07.24.2020 | Video by Corey Toye
    Thank you, Team BAMC! BAMC has been working round the clock to take care of our patients and our community. As just a few examples: -- More...
    BG Bagby and CSM Oates

    BG Bagby and CSM Oates

    06.26.2020 | Video by Corey Toye
    Brooke Army Medical Center Commanding General BG Shan K. Bagby and CSM Thomas Oates thank Team BAMC for their hard work and devotion to duty. BG...
    SAUSHEC Graduation Video

    SAUSHEC Graduation Video

    06.04.2020 | Video by James Camillocci
    San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium (SAUSHEC) held its first virtual graduation ceremony for 265 residents and fellows from...
    Mental Health Month

    Mental Health Month

    05.19.2020 | Video by Gerardo Estrada
    As we continue to cope with an ever changing world, now it’s more important than ever to focus on the emotional and psychological wellness of...

    Recent News Stories

    Researchers complete study of deployed military...

    07.23.2020 | Story by Lori Newman
    Researchers at Brooke Army Medical Center, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and Fort Belvoir Community Hospital recently completed the largest prospective study of redeploying military personnel with chronic respiratory symptoms.

    Recent Audio

    Spc. Ezra Maes

    10.18.2019 | Audio by Adam Reese
    Spc. Ezra Maes talks to a reporter from Fox News about saving two of his fellow service members and the injuries he received following a tank...

    Recent Publications