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  • New health maintenance resource available for military beneficiaries

    The San Antonio Market has developed a comprehensive tool to help military beneficiaries understand the current recommended health maintenance guidelines. The guidelines are displayed in an easy-to-read format with space for the patient to record their screening information details.

  • BAMC honors Asian American, Pacific Islanders

    Brooke Army Medical Center designated May 27, 2021, to observe the culture and accomplishments of Asian American and Pacific Islander service members. This year’s theme was “Advancing Leaders Through Purpose-Driven Service” and highlighted the advancement of Asian American and Pacific Islander

  • Program for sexual assault survivors available at JBSA

    Joint Base San Antonio has been home to an intensive outpatient program for survivors of sexual assault since 2014, and now that program has been selected as a pilot site for an evaluation study of TRICARE’s Sexual Trauma Intensive Outpatient Programs.

  • JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Community Pharmacy opens at new Exchange

    Brooke Army Medical Center leaders participated in a Facebook Live ribbon-cutting ceremony March 3 for the Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Community Pharmacy, which relocated to the new Army and Air Force Exchange Service (Exchange) in February.

  • BAMC issues weather update for Feb. 19

    Due to hazardous road conditions and to conserve power, only emergency-essential Joint Base San Antonio personnel, including Brooke Army Medical Center staff supporting patient care, should report to work Friday, Feb. 19. To ensure the safety of patients and staff and to conserve resources, BAMC has

  • BAMC opens main outpatient pharmacy Feb. 19

    With warmer weather anticipated, Brooke Army Medical Center will open it's Main Outpatient Pharmacy Feb. 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. to ensure patients are able to fill/refill their medications.

  • BAMC switching to generator power

    At the request of CPS Energy and as part of Joint Base San Antonio’s city support, Brooke Army Medical Center is planning to transition to generator power today, Feb. 17, with an estimated duration of at least 24 hours in order to aid the community’s power conservation efforts.