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    Shot Ex

    Shot Ex

    01.14.2021 | Photo by Dale Davis
    HM3 Thomas Bentley, a Hospital Corpsman assigned to Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Corpus Christi prepares a syringe with the...
    22 Push Ups

    22 Push Ups

    11.10.2020 | Photo by Dale Davis
    Chief Hospital Corpsman Koleea Flagg, the Command Suicide Prevention Coordinator at Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Corpus Christi...
    Happy 245

    Happy 245

    10.13.2020 | Photo by Dale Davis
    Hospitalman Apprentice Jaines Davis Antonio, and Capt. David Stevens, the command’s youngest and oldest Sailors, respectively, participate in a...
    Words of Wisdom

    Words of Wisdom

    10.07.2020 | Photo by Dale Davis
    Retired Navy Capt. and Pearl Harbor Survivor Bob Batterson speaks to Sailors and staff of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Corpus...

    Recent News Stories

    NBHC Kingsville recognized as ‘Best of the...

    06.03.2020 | Story by Dale Davis
    Naval Branch Health Clinic Kingsville was recently recognized for its outstanding patient care in the Military Heath System’s Best of the Best Report. NBHC Kingsville earned distinction, ranking #1 in Primary Care Clinic customer satisfaction and fourth in Primary Care Clerks and Receptionist patient satisfaction across the Military Health System.

    Cloth face covering required at NHC Corpus Christi

    05.13.2020 | Story by Dale Davis
    Effective Thursday, May 14, all military personnel, DoD civilian employees, DoD contractor employees, family members, and all other individuals who enter the clinic will wear cloth face coverings while in public spaces and in workspaces where it is difficult to maintain at least six feet of social distance.