• March 1, 2021

Tags : William Beaumont Army Medical Center

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

Eight Army nurses impact hospital’s history, future

Almost twenty years ago, several Army nurses at William Beaumont Army Medical Center worked together on the surgical and medical wards, depending on each other to meet their missions. Today, eight nurses who once donned gold bars now wear silver oak leafs on their chest and still depend on one another for mission success. Lt. […]Read More

WBAMC Credentials chief acquires elite credential

Education doesn’t end with a medical degree for more than 1,700 medical providers at William Beaumont Army Medical Center, it’s a continuous practice which adds to patient care, safety and the evolution of scope of practice. Patients can rest assure their provider is credentialed and privileged to provide the care they do because of WBAMC’s […]Read More

WBAMC Labor and Delivery’s Quick Reaction Saves Newborn’s Life

For most women, pregnancy is an incredible 40-week journey ending with the delivery of baby. But it’s not always that easy or predictable with possible complications threatening the health of mother, baby or both. Recently, medical professionals at William Beaumont Army Medical Center’s Labor and Delivery section skillfully dealt with a rare complication when a […]Read More

Bound by Blood, Serving by Choice; Brothers Meet Once Again

Eight years since last seeing each other, two brothers from Central Valley, California, cross paths at a remote West Texas location, nestled between mountain ranges and riddled with desert shrub. The setting is all too familiar for the pair, which have spent more years apart than together, yet they gather whenever given chance. James and […]Read More

Study Reveals Compliance of Biomarker Testing for NSCLC at WBAMC

William Beaumont Army Medical Center’s Department of Pathology recently conducted a study to monitor compliance rate and to gauge turnaround times of biomarker testing for non-small cell lung cancers (NSCLC). The study showed that WBAMC is compliant with national evidence-based guidelines. The study looked at dozens of cases involving NSCLC which required biomarker testing from […]Read More

William Beaumont AMC Conference Validates Leadership Impact in Medicine

Each year, William Beaumont Army Medical Center holds a medical conference to discuss latest initiatives across its health care footprint, which spans from West Texas to Southern New Mexico. The conference also offers health care professionals the opportunity for Continuing Medical Education (CME) to maintain competence and learn about new and developing areas in medicine […]Read More

William Beaumont AMC Nurses Recognized for Care, Compassion

It’s been one year since the first Light the Way Award was presented to a pair of nurses at William Beaumont Army Medical Center. Since then, dozens of nominations have been submitted detailing compassionate and heroic tales of nursing encounters by many who appreciate nurses, from physicians to patients. The award is designed to recognize […]Read More

Fort Bliss WTB Physical Therapist Awarded DOD’s Spirt of Hope

Fort Bliss’ own, Louis Cortez, a physical therapist with the Fort Bliss Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB), was honored with the Spirit of Hope Award at the Pentagon, by Col. Erik Rude, commander, William Beaumont Army Medical Center. The award, named after the late comedian Bob Hope, is presented to one individual or an organization selected by […]Read More