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Charlene Jenkins healing through mental readiness
July 2, 2019

Winn ACH preps for DHA transition via collaboration of efforts
July 2, 2019

Bobbie Poole retires after almost half-century of civil service
July 2, 2019

Winn builds readiness with multi-service collaborative exercise
July 2, 2019

Cervical Cancer: capture, intervene, prevent
July 2, 2019

Hydrotherapy tub offers comfort during labor
July 2, 2019

Audiologist supports readiness with advanced-hearing technology
July 2, 2019

Drive-Thru Flu Clinic readies community for winter wellness
July 2, 2019

Surgeon gives hands-on help to children
July 2, 2019

Winn new commander makes history
July 2, 2019

On any given day, Charlene Jenkins, a substance abuse counselor with the Department of Behavioral Health at Winn Army Community Hospital, supports and treats Soldiers who have experienced emotional and physical trauma as well as those who have turned to alcohol or other controlled substances.
U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield's Winn Army Community Hospital hosted former Winn ACH Commander, Maj. Gen. Ronald Place, who now serves as the Director of U.S. Army, Defense Health Agency, National Capital Region Medical Directorate. Place as well as command teams from Naval Hospital Beaufort, South Carolina; Naval Health Clinic Charleston, and the U.S. Air Force's 628th Medical Group toured various MEDDAC departments/clinics February 6 and 7.
Throughout the last 34 years, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity -- Fort Stewart has undergone a series of changes, and Referral Management Assistant, Bobbie Poole has been through many of them.
To evaluate the readiness of their Soldiers and Civilians during a natural disaster, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity -- Fort Stewart, Winn Army Community Hospital participated in a joint, two-phase, multi-service vertical evacuation exercise.
To evaluate the readiness of their Soldiers and Civilians during a natural disaster, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity -- Fort Stewart, Winn Army Community Hospital participated in a joint, two-phase, multi-service vertical evacuation exercise.
Solas, a name which means comforting, illumination and enlightenment is what Family Member Tashaia, and Spc. Johnathan Thomas, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, named their son. Solas' name is indicative of the nature of his birth.
Solas, a name which means comforting, illumination and enlightenment is what Family Member Tashaia, and Spc. Johnathan Thomas, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, named their son. Solas' name is indicative of the nature of his birth.
The 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, a Modular Infantry Brigade with the Georgia Army National Guard, is committed to maintaining their Soldiers' lethality and survivability while also protecting against hearing loss during combat. As part of this aim, this team participated in a training designed to educate the Soldiers of the 48th IBCT on the utilization and implementation of the Tactical Communication and Protective Systems.
According to the CDC, one hundred years ago in 1918, the flu pandemic shattered many homes throughout the U.S. taking approximately 675,000 lives. Today, we are more transient thanks to a populous of trains planes and automobiles. Many people have an opinion about getting the influenza vaccine--good, bad and indifferent. However, the Centers for Disease Control reports the level of flu activity is low right now, but is expected to pick up in the coming weeks.
According to the CDC, one hundred years ago in 1918, the flu pandemic shattered many homes throughout the U.S. taking approximately 675,000 lives. Today, we are more transient thanks to a populous of trains planes and automobiles. Many people have an opinion about getting the influenza vaccine--good, bad and indifferent. However, the Centers for Disease Control reports the level of flu activity is low right now, but is expected to pick up in the coming weeks.
In life few know what their future will look like or what type of career life may afford them, yet somehow U.S. Army Medical Department Activity- DIVARTY Surgeon, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, Major Brian Mims,' life was set as a young child to make a difference in the world.
During the July heat and humidity of the South Georgia region, Brigadier General, Telita Crosland, Commanding General Regional Health Command Atlantic gave a warm welcome to incoming U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart, Winn Army Community Hospital Commander, Col. Michelle Munroe, as outgoing MEDDAC-Winn ACH Commander, Col. Christopher Warner, said his goodbyes during a change of command ceremony held at Fort Stewart's Marne Garden July 13.
During the July heat and humidity of the South Georgia region, Brigadier General, Telita Crosland, Commanding General Regional Health Command Atlantic gave a warm welcome to incoming U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart, Winn Army Community Hospital Commander, Col. Michelle Munroe, as outgoing MEDDAC-Winn ACH Commander, Col. Christopher Warner, said his goodbyes during a change of command ceremony held at Fort Stewart's Marne Garden July 13.
In the early morning hours, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart Soldiers placed 468 American flags attached with photo ID cards, which represented each Fallen Soldier's White Crape Myrtle tree along Warriors Walk, in preparation for the first-ever Fort Stewart Remembrance Run June 2.
In the early morning hours, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart Soldiers placed 468 American flags attached with photo ID cards, which represented each Fallen Soldier's White Crape Myrtle tree along Warriors Walk, in preparation for the first-ever Fort Stewart Remembrance Run June 2.
In the early morning hours, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart Soldiers placed 468 American flags attached with photo ID cards, which represented each Fallen Soldier's White Crape Myrtle tree along Warriors Walk, in preparation for the first-ever Fort Stewart Remembrance Run June 2.
In the early morning hours, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart Soldiers placed 468 American flags attached with photo ID cards, which represented each Fallen Soldier's White Crape Myrtle tree along Warriors Walk, in preparation for the first-ever Fort Stewart Remembrance Run June 2.
U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart, Winn Army Community Hospital held a designation ceremony at the Emergency Room entrance to signify Winn ACH as a Level IV Trauma Center April 18. Winn is a state-of-the art, 25 bed emergency room and fully accredited 39 bed hospital.
On February 9, around 8:45 a.m., there was an accident on Highway 196 in Hinesville, Georgia involving two automobiles. At that same time U.S. Army Medical Department Activity -- Fort Stewart's Sgt. Dustin Napier, a Chaplain Corps Assistant at Winn Army Community Hospital, was on his routine morning drive when he approached the accident.
Winn Army Community Hospital is situated on the largest Army base this side of the Mississippi River, and is located in the heart of University of Georgia Bull"Dawg" fans, so when the 1982 Heisman Trophy Winner and former NFL football player, Herschel Walker, visited U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Fort Stewart, many Soldiers and Civilians clamored at the chance to meet and hear him speak.