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We are transitioning to a new Federal Electronic Health Record (FEHR) in March 2024.

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Navy Medical Corps Capt. Chad Roe assumed command of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC) Great Lakes July 2, in a ceremony at Naval Station Great Lakes, relieving Navy Medical Corps Capt. Chad McKenzie.

Incoming NMRTC Great Lakes Commander Chad Roe, center, and outgoing Commander Chad McKenzie

Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Linda Marsh was anxious to get to North Chicago after a long drive from Minnesota April 22 so she could see her creation’s new home in the courtyard of the Lovell Federal Health Care Center Community Living Center.

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The Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (Lovell FHCC) will launch a new Federal Electronic Health Record (FEHR) in March 2024.

Staff member looking at medical graphics on computer

The Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center is offering free flu vaccinations Saturdays in October at the North Chicago, Ill. campus and Lovell FHCC’s three community based outpatient clinics (CBOCs).

Flu shot being administered by health care professional

The stories that stick, the memories that matter most to World War II and Korean War Air Force veteran Burton “Bud” Shulhafer as he approaches his 102nd birthday, are the decades-long love affair he had with his wife, Carolyn, and the photos he took

Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Burton “Bud” Shulhafer, a WWII and Korean War veteran who resides in the Lovell Federal Health Care Center Community Living Center. Shulhafer is 101 years old.

Fulfilling Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center’s mission of “Readying Warriors and Caring for Heroes” remains a high priority for USS Tranquillity’s Recruit Evaluation Unit and the USS Red Rover Clinic Female Wellness Department.

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Raymond Peeples was a Marine who struggled with drugs, violence and “a lot of different things” in the decades after his service in the early 1970s.

Veterans and the social workers who helped them find Permanent Housing Placements in 2022 pose in the Walk-in Center for Homeless Veterans at Lovell Federal Health Care Center

Marines, sailors, soldiers, airmen, coast guard, active duty, recruits, reservists, family members, veterans and civilians – all are recruited.

Medical Laboratory Technician Joseph Langley draws blood from Marine Corps Cpl. Jeffrey Le, from Marine Tactical Air Control 48, during a fall mobile ASBP blood drive.