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Medical Education and Training Campus
Medical Education and Training Campus
Degree Bridge Program
Aerospace Medical Service Apprentice
Nutrition And Diet Therapy
Nutrition Management and Accounting
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapy Technician
Combat Medic Specialist Training Program
Advanced Implant Dental Laboratory Technology
Advanced Porcelain Dental Laboratory Technology
Advanced Removable Dental Laboratory Technology
Air Force Dental Assistant Apprentice
Army Dental Specialist Program
Dental Laboratory Technology
Navy Advanced Dental Laboratory Technology
Navy Dental Assistant
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Medical Laboratory Technician
Medical Laboratory Apprentice
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Healthcare Support Services
Advanced Field Medical Support Systems
Advanced Radiography/Fluoroscopic and Acceptance
Advanced Sterilization Systems
Biomedical Equipment Maintenance Management
Biomedical Equipment Technician
Healthcare Administration Specialist
Mammography Imaging Systems
Medical Device Information Technology Systems
Medical Laser Systems
Medical Material Supervisor
Ultrasound Imaging Systems
Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field
Hospital Corpsman Basic
Nursing and Specialty Medical
Independent Duty Medical Technician
Orthopedic Specialty Technician
Respiratory Care Practitioner
Public Health Training
Behavioral Health Technician
DISA ICE Comment Card
METC Campus Metrics
CNIC, CNRSE Visit 'Military City USA'
December 9, 2015
— Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) and Commander Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) visited several San Antonio-area Navy facilities and commands Dec. 7 as part of a trip to military installations in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida...
Hospital Corps Students Raise Suicide Awareness with Tri-Service Talent Show
November 2, 2015
— Fourteen service members from the tri-service Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) aboard Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston, Texas, performed in a competitive talent show, Oct. 28, to help raise suicide prevention awareness...
Navy Medicine Training Support Center, NOSC-SA Pin 24 New Chiefs
September 17, 2015
— Service members from the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) and Navy Operational Support Center - San Antonio, gathered at Fort Sam Houston with friends and family members to welcome the 24 newest chief petty officers during a pinning ceremony, Sept. 16...
Medical Education & Training Campus: educating for a lifetime
May 14, 2015
— I am writing this article from Washington, D.C., while attending the American Legion's National Credentialing Summit.The focus of this summit is to educate and foster collaboration among attendees from a variety of career fields so they can return to their communities and remove the barriers that impede veterans as they embark on civilian...
Sailors Wipe Out Graffiti During Fiesta San Antonio
April 20, 2015
— Sailors from Navy Medicine Training Support Center (NMTSC) and Naval Health Care Clinic Corpus Christi San Antonio Detachment (NHCCC SA) volunteered several hours of their Sunday morning to paint over graffiti at a local park April 19 as part of Fiesta San Antonio...
'Jointness' is the Word at Navy Medicine Officer Commissioning
April 13, 2015
— The Navy's newest officer serving in a joint enlisted medical training program passed through Army and Navy sideboys to be commissioned by an Air Force brigadier general at a ceremony presided over by a Navy captain April 10 on board Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston (JBSA-FSH)...
METC Students Act as First Responders, Save a Life
March 19, 2015
— For six Air Force students attending the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC), being at the right place at the right time saved a life. Airmen 1st Class Ryan Nelson, Jennifer Bagby and Efrain Gonzales, students in the Basic Medical Technician Corpsman Program, and Airmen 1st Class Christopher Grant, Miron Little and Airman Radcliffe...