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Third-party insurance helps improve quality of health care at NHCC
April 16, 2019
Capt. Dale Barrette
Naval Health Clinic Charleston Commanding Officer

Naval Health Clinic Charleston names Junior Officer of the Year
February 12, 2019
Navy Lt. Anthony Waite, Jr., was recently named Junior Officer of the Year for Naval Health Clinic Charleston, located at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. - Naval Weapons Station, where Waite serves as a conscious sedation nurse and division officer for NHCC’s Staff Education and Training.

U.S. Navy Dental Corps celebrates 106 years
August 27, 2018
Navy Lt. Joshua Erickson, left, a dentist, and Lt. Cdr. Jeffrey Culbreath, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, both serving at Naval Health Clinic Charleston, cut the cake during NHCC’s ceremony celebrating the 106th birthday of the U.S. Navy Dental Corps.

NHCC announces coveted 'Provider of the Year' award
July 2, 2018
Athens, Ga., native Navy Lt. Matthew Middendorf, left, a physician at Naval Health Clinic Charleston, located at Joint Base Charleston in Goose Creek, S.C., receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from NHCC Executive Officer Capt. Kathleen Hinz during an award ceremony in April. Middendorf was recently named NHCC’s Provider of the Year.

NHCC celebrates 125th birthday, Navy chief rank
April 17, 2018
NHCC Command Master Chief Anthony Petrone, left, and Chief Petty Officer Jami Tankiss, center, cut the cake during a ceremony March 30 at NHCC celebrating the 125th birthday of the Navy’s Chief Petty Officer rank. Appearing in the photo, from left to right: Senior Chief Petty Officer Jacqueline Colbourne, Senior Chief Petty Officer Greg Lassiter, Chief Petty Officer Anthony Johnson, Petrone, Tankiss, Chief Petty Officer Freddy Mejia, Chief Petty Officer Ashley Cooper, Chief Petty Officer Sean Reeves and Chief Petty Officer Capricia Williams.

CG Director of Health Safety and Work Life visits NHCC
April 3, 2018
Health Service Technicians 1st Class Heidi Bennett, center, and Nicole Flores, right, Fleet Liaison Readiness Support for Coast Guard Charleston, greet Rear Adm. Erica Schwartz, left, Director of Health, Safety and Work-Life for the U.S. Coast Guard, during Schwartz's visit Naval Health Clinic Charleston March 20. Schwartz and her staff met with Coast Guard and NHCC leaders before touring the health care facility. Bennet, Flores and two other Coast Guard health service technicians are embedded at NHCC to provide medical and dental care for Coast Guard personnel and their families stationed at Sector Charleston. Schwartz is responsible for the Coast Guard's health care system of 41 clinics and 150 sick bays, as well as, operational and off-duty mishap prevention, response and investigation. Schwartz oversees the Coast Guard's child care programs and food services delivery programs, ashore and afloat and the Coast Guard's Ombudsman, Substance Abuse, Health Promotion and Sexual Assault Prevention and Response programs.

NHCC holds Patient Safety Awareness Week
April 3, 2018
U.S. Navy Lt. Jonathan Carmack, head of Naval Health Clinic Charleston’s Staff, Education and Training Department, inspects a mock patient and its surroundings for potential hazards in NHCC’s “Room of Errors,” Mar. 16, 2018. The room was designed with purposely planted examples of hazards which could cause harm to patients or put their privacy at risk as part of Patient Safety Awareness Week, a national campaign which ran March 11-17.

NHCC participates in 2018 active-duty fund drive supporting NMCRS
March 20, 2018
Naval Health Clinic Charleston Commanding Officer Capt. Dale Barrette signs a donation form for the Navy and Marine Relief Corps Society fund drive March 14 at NHCC. Last year, Charleston NMCRS received $247,751 in donations and provided $288,151 in financial assistance to 360 clients.  The current fund drive began March 1 and will run through April 15, 2018.  For more information, or to make a contribution online, visit the NMCRS of Charleston at <> .

NHCC celebrates NMC's 147th birthday
March 14, 2018
U.S. Navy Lt. Raymond Walston, a physician serving at Naval Health Clinic Charleston, and U.S. Navy Capt. Keith Hanley, NHCC’s chief medical officer, cut the cake during a ceremony celebrating the 147th birthday of the Navy Medical Corps.