Naval Hospital Jacksonville commissioned.
Capt. L.L. Pratt, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Capt. J.J. O’Malley, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Fifty WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) report to Naval Hospital Jacksonville for one month of training with the Hospital Corps.
A 60-bed facility for family members opened.
First baby delivered at Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
Capt C.J. Brown, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
1,000th baby born at Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
Capt R.M. Gillet, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Capt. C.M. Shaar, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Dispensary at Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
Capt D.J. Wharton, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s inpatient capacity boosted to 325 beds, up from a post-war level of 180 beds.
Ronald Reagan at Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
Captain E.S. Lowe, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain E.C. Kenney, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain B.N. Ahl, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Captain A.C. Abernathy, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain W.L. Engleman, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain R.O. Canada, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain J.M. Hanner, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain W.G. Lawson, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain W.S. Baker, Jr., MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Pre-construction at Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Ground broken for $7 million hospital.
Demolition of old hospital buildings completed.
Congressman Charles E. Bennett, Cmdr. Dimino, Capt. Turville, Rear Adm. Stroh, Capt. Baker, Capt. Heaton, Lt. Cmdr. Harper
Captain W.C. Turville, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain C.W. Lewis, Jr., MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Hospital Building H-2007 (administration) demolished.
Captain P. Kaufman, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
The first group of former Vietnam POWs arrive at NAS Jacksonville. Eventually 27 POW's would go through Naval Hospital Jacksonville. Treated by Dr. David Stephens.
Captain J.T. Horgan, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain J.L. Hughes, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain M. Museles, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain N.R. Raffaelly, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain W.M. McDermott, Jr., MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain J.J. Quinn, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
American Red Cross volunteer
Captain J. Honigman, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain L.V. Pulicicchio, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain W.A. Buckendorf, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain J.W. Thomas, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain R.G. Relinski, Jr., MSC, USN, Commanding Officer
Twenty-two injured sailors from the USS Bonefish treated at Naval Hospital Jacksonville after a blast aboard the diesel submarine forced their evacuation. Teams from HS-1, HS-7, and NAS Jacksonville SAR assist in the air evacuation.
Captain J.L. Gentry, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain D.D. Palmer, MSC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain N.K. Dysart, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain D.V. Hollingsworth, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Building H-2032 (hospital transportation) demolished
Captain M.J. Benson, MSC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain B. Vernoski, NC, USN, Commanding Officer
Captain R.A. Lockhart, MSC, USN, Commanding Officer
A medical support platform comprised of nearly 100 medical personnel with 2nd Force Service Support Group (2nd FSSG) from Naval Hospital Jacksonville deploys to CENTCOM.
Ground broken for construction of a new hospital pharmacy on the north side of the Navy Exchange parking lot.
Captain J.W. Sentell, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Naval Hospital Jacksonville, like many military and non-military hospitals throughout the United States, runs out of flu vaccine due to demand caused by a deadly strain of flu virus.
More than 30 Fleet Hospital Jacksonville doctors, nurses, and hospital corpsmen deploy to the African nation of Djibouti.
Twelve Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB-14) Seabees arrive at Naval Hospital Jacksonville to continue their recovery from injuries sustained in Iraq.
Captain R.C. Bono, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff return from deployment to Expeditionary Medical Facility Kuwait.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville opened its Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course, dedicated to HM3 Julian "Snoop Doc" Woods (killed in Fallujah, Iraq, Nov. 2004).
Naval Hospital Jacksonville surgical suite addition groundbreaking ceremony ($35.8 million project).
Captain B.L. Gillingham, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Final group from Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s 41 deployed staff return from USNS Comfort’s humanitarian deployment to Haiti after earthquake.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville launches its Science, Service, Medicine & Mentoring (S2M2) program in collaboration with Darnell-Cookman High School of the Medical Arts.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville opens new three-story addition.
Captain L.E. Welling, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
Grand opening of Naval Hospital Jacksonville's $60 million addition and renovation.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville becomes 1st hospital on Florida’s First Coast to earn Baby Friendly recognition from Baby Friendly USA.
Deployment Health Center at Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Naval Branch Health Clinic Jacksonville hosts deployment mental health symposium to improve care for combat veterans.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville hosts Patient Safety Symposium, with speakers from Baptist Health, Mayo Clinic, Naval Hospital Jacksonville, University of Florida, University of North Florida, and Virginia Mason Medical Center.
Captain G.D. Shaffer, DC, USN, Commanding Officer
Naval Hospital Jacksonville earns Excellence in Teaching Award from Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and was cited in 2011 as USU’s Family Medicine Clinical Site of the Year.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville – its hospital and five branch health clinics – again earns The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval and re-accreditation.
All of Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Medical Home Port teams – at its hospital and five branch health clinics – earn Level III (highest-level) recognition from National Committee for Quality Assurance for its Patient-Centered Medical Homes.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville health care collaborations include providing orthopedic consults and surgeries to Moody AFB and laboratory medical director support to Patrick AFB.
New 24/7 Nurse Advice Line rolls out at Naval Hospital Jacksonville – its hospital and five branch health clinics.
Captain J.W. Le Favour, MSC, USN, Commanding Officer
Marine Corps, Navy, VA collaboration brings primary care to veterans at Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany, Georgia.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville earns Gold Star recognition from Prevention Partners for its tobacco-free policies and programs.
VA and Navy health care collaboration expands services for veterans and active duty at Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Naval Branch Health Clinic Key West, Florida.
Florida Surgeon General cites Naval Hospital Jacksonville and St. Vincent’s Medical Center as First Coast innovators.
Twenty-nine Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff return from Continuing Promise 2015 aboard USNS Comfort.
Captain D.C. Collins, MSC, USN, Commanding Officer
Naval Hospital Jacksonville celebrates 75 years of healing our nation's heroes, dedicating a time capsule to be opened in 2066.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville launches pilot of value-based care for Navy Medicine world-wide - with diabetes and musculoskeletal care teams.
58 Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff deploy with Continuing Promise 2017, providing humanitarian care in Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville hosts a High Reliability in Healthcare Summit, with experts from healthcare, aviation, and submarine communities.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville launches Navy Medicine's world-wide pilot of "Navy Care" virtual health app - with virtual visits on a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville performs Navy Medicine's first outpatient, same-day hip replacement surgery.
Captain M. Case, MSC, USN, Commanding Officer
Naval Hospital Jacksonville becomes first Navy facility to transition to Defense Health Agency, and stands up Navy Medicine Readiness & Training Command Jacksonville.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville announces partnerships with private-sector hospitals to maintain clinicians' advanced life-saving skills.
American College of Surgeons recognizes Naval Hospital Jacksonville as a "Meritorious Outcomes" hospital.
Expeditionary Medical Facility Mike (at Navy Medicine Readiness & Training Command Jacksonville) earns Tier 1 readiness capability certification.
16 graduate from Navy Medicine's Hospital Corpsman Trauma Training Program at Naval Hospital Jacksonville (with rotations at UF Health).
26 staff from Naval Hospital Jacksonville deploy with USNS Comfort.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville opens inpatient Behavioral Health Unit.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville again earns hospital accreditation from The Joint Commission, and earns Primary Care Medical Home certification from The Joint Commission.
321 Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff deploy across the U.S. to the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Captain T.M. Allen, MC, USN, Commanding Officer
91 Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff deploy to support COVID-19 vaccines at the state-run, federally-supported Jacksonville Community Vaccination Center.