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  • Life still happens: ASAB Physical Therapy and Acupuncture operating during a pandemic

    Luckily, when injuries happen to impair Airmen from accomplishing their mission medical professionals like Maj. Christine Broszko, 386th Expeditionary Medical Group family medicine physician, and Master Sgt. David Garcia, 386th EMDG physical therapy technician, are available when necessary to take care of the warfighter, even in a COVID-19 climate.
  • Guarding the Gateway

    Spanning from donning facial coverings to new work locations at home station, the deployed environment is no different. The area of responsibility has adapted to meet the needs of the mission in an ever-changing expeditionary landscape. For the 386th Expeditionary Medical Group, adapting has meant bringing in Airmen to screen the service members seeking transit through Cargo City.
  • Dental team helps keep the bite in the fight

    While in a deployed environment Medical Group dental team treat expeditionary Airmen for a variety of ailments. One lesser-known capability that may surprise some is the dental procedures they perform on our four-legged Airmen. This capability was recently tested as the dental team, deployed to an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, performed a dental operation on a military working dog.
  • Public Health: Staying vigilant, insuring the fight in the AOR

    It’s the job of public health to look at every illness and disease that health professionals encounter, searching for clusters that are out of normal parameters, said Maj. Jessica McGlade, 386th Expeditionary Medical Group, Public Health officer in charge. Public health uses this information to educate its base populations on preventative measures and to inform Air Force leadership of possible unforeseen risks or outbreaks.
  • Innovative PT program increases readiness downrange

    An innovative system is being used to help Airmen remain mission ready and physically capable, allowing them to be more productive in their duties downrange.
  • AF dentist, Army veterinarian team up for K-9 root canal

    In a deployed environment, adequate medical care is crucial to ensuring that people can execute the mission. Airmen need to be physically and mentally healthy or the mission could suffer. The 386th Expeditionary Medical Group boasts a medical clinic, physical therapist, mental health team and dental clinic as just some of the available services paramount to keeping Airmen mission ready and in the fight.
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