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  • Holloman’s PFAC provides feedback to the 49th MDG

    The PFAC program was established in the U.S. Air Force in 2017. Holloman’s PFAC is composed of 17 members including retirees, active duty personnel and dependents. Each month the PFAC meets with 49th MDG leaders to discuss direct feedback received from patrons and search for ways to improve clinic

  • Refills made easy

    The 49th Medical Group opened a ScriptCenter for patients picking up prescription refills, March 4, 2020, at the Holloman Air Force Base Medical Clinic.When initially getting prescription medication patients will still have to go to the pharmacy, but the process for refills just got a little easier.

  • 2020 BSC Appreciation Week

    The Air Force recognizes Jan. 27-31 as Biomedical Science Corps Appreciation Week to celebrate the work of men and women in the BSC. The BSC is one of the most diverse Air Force corps and the most diverse in the Air Force Medical Service. It consists of physical therapists, optometrists, podiatric

  • Who you gonna call?

    The 49th Medical Group will be making walk-in sick call available to all non-flying, active duty members beginning, Aug. 1, 2019, at the clinic on Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico.

  • Excellence in all he did

    (Editor's Note: Staff Sgt. John-Paul Nance will become 2nd. Lt. John-Paul Nance on March 29, 2019.)

  • Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

    New Mexico State University’s Cancer Outreach program partnered with the 49th Medical Group during colorectal cancer awareness month, March 7, 2019, in the medical clinic here.NMSU’s Cancer Outreach brought a giant blow-up colon to offer everyone a visual representation of what polyps and lesions

  • Right place, right time

    Notifying patients when to go back to see a doctor is only one of the responsibilities held by 49th Medical Group front desk clerks. With the phone ringing constantly and patients coming in and out of the waiting room all day, keeping track of who is where can be a daunting task.For Senior Airman

  • Hats off to cancer

    “I stood up and the first thing (my boss) saw was this flamingo rising above the computer monitor,” said Dawn Wilder, 49th Medical Group quality risk manager. “I wore a wig once to work, and (my boss) looked at me and said, ‘the wig is okay, but I miss the hat.’ I said, ‘that’s great because the wig