News Archive
Archive: 2014

METC Degree Bridge Programs Save Time and Money (and Change Lives!)
November 14, 2014
Shane Gabriel, a former Army combat medic and Sgt. 1st Class in the Texas Army National Guard, became a registered nurse (RN) in just 13 months after enrolling in the San Antonio College advanced placement and accelerated "Military to RN" bridge program. The program was developed in conjunction with METC using its curriculum, which was also validated by the National
Council of State Boards of Nursing, and was supported by a Texas Workforce Commission grant.

METC AF Dental Assistant program staff win prestigious ADAA Awards
October 22, 2014
Lori A. Paschall, CDA, CPFDA, FADAA, American Dental Assistant Association (ADAA) president, Presents the ADAA President's Award to Master Sgt. Lisa Lund, METC Air Force Dental Assistant program course supervisor, during the ADAA Annual Session at the Westin Riverwalk Hotel October 11, 2014. (Photo by Santos Robles, ADAA)

METC welcomes its first Air Force commandant
October 3, 2014
Rear Adm. William Roberts congratulates Brig. Gen. Robert Miller on relieving him as the new Medical Education and Training Campus commandant during a Change of Commandant ceremony September 24. Miller is METC's first Air Force commandant, a position that also inherits the dual hat of Education & Training (E&T) director for  the new Defense Health Agency.  Lt. Gen. Douglas Robb, Director of the Defense Health Agency, presided over the ceremony while the Honorable Dr. Jonathan Woodson, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, served as guest speaker 
(Photo by Lisa Braun)

METC honor graduate passes distinction to classmate
July 15, 2014
Tech. Sgt. Lisa Duffy presents the Honor Graduate citation to Airman Corbin Drysdale during the Health Services Management Apprentice class graduation ceremony on June 24. Duffy, a prior service Air National Guard member, had earned the distinction as the class Honor Graduate for carrying a 100% grade point average throughout the entire course. However, she declined the honor in favor of a classmate with no prior military experience which she viewed as an advantage to her success.  (Photo by Natasha Williams)

Medical Education and Training Campus students observe Sexual Assault Awareness Month with various activities
April 25, 2014