• May 16, 2021

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WBAMC employee speaks up for coworker, stops sexual harassment

FORT BLISS – In today’s military, leaders across the board are committed to eliminating sexual assault, sexual harassment, and associated retaliation. The military defines sexual harassment as any form of sex discrimination or unwelcome sexual advances and sexual favors. Sexual assault remains a serious issue within the U.S. military and the Department of Defense is […]Read More

El Paso Health Care Officials: Do not delay emergency care

The COVID-19 pandemic has people across the nation being more cautious about how they navigate their lives. But caution can have a downside when it comes to getting necessary care for non-COVID health concerns. Texas Tech Physicians of El Paso, University Medical Center of El Paso (UMC), Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare, The Hospitals of […]Read More

Gallery+Story: WBAMC, City of El Paso work together to stop

William Beaumont Army Medical Center is working with the El Paso Health Department in order to test the COVID-19 swabs taken from those suspected of being infected with COVID-19, under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief Act of 1988 and the Center for Disease Control Laboratory Response Network. The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and […]Read More

WBAMC launches new Curbside Pharmacy Service

Fort Bliss has stepped up its preventative measures to keep pharmacy services safe for its Soldiers, families and the El Paso Veteran community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The measures took effect across William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC) pharmacies in an effort to increase the safety and health of both beneficiaries and health care staff. […]Read More

Corps completes WBAMC, ushers in new era of health care

From the extreme desert of the west Texas City of El Paso, about 12 miles from the base of the Franklin Mountains, a new era in medical care for the Fort Bliss Military community will rise. The picturesque mountains will provide a scenic backdrop for the patients and staff of the new William Beaumont Army […]Read More

WBAMC honored nationally for meritorious outcomes from American College of

William Beaumont Army Medical Center was recently recognized by The American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP) as one of seven military treatment facilities in the Department of Defense and 88 participating hospitals across that nation, that have achieved meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2018. As a participant in […]Read More

WBAMC’s Women’s Equality Day celebrates diversity and inclusion

Each year on August 26, military personnel gather to celebrate the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which guaranteed women full voting rights. In celebrating Women’s Equality day, William Beaumont Army Medical Center recognizes not only the significance of women’s contributions to the medical profession, but also the value of a diverse and […]Read More

WBAMC welcomes additions to newborn nursery team

At U.S. military installations across the globe, the moving season has arrived where military families arrive at a new duty station for their next assignment. The WBAMC active duty medical personnel who provide care to Fort Bliss and El Paso, Texas beneficiaries are no different. The permanent change of station (PCS) season affects military treatment […]Read More

Fort Bliss couple’s loss turns to legacy at WBAMC

On Sept. 22, 2018, Ryder Lucas Barnett was delivered at William Beaumont Army Medical Center. His passing was part of the one in four pregnancies that end in loss in the United States. It’s estimated that 19 percent of the adult population has experienced the death of a child (this includes miscarriages through adult-aged children). […]Read More