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  • COVID -19 Vaccinations

    ❗️HOT❗️ The Bivalent #COVID-19 #vaccine booster is available at the #LAAFB immunizations clinic on the following dates:🔹 30 Sep 🔹 3 Oct 🔹 5 Oct Walk-in hours are from 8 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. The CDC recommends everyone aged 12 years & up get a single bivalent COVID-19 vaccine booster dose when eligible. 💉Find out more on the CDC website here:
  • Have TRICARE For Life Questions? Register for September 29 Webinar

    Will you soon be eligible for Medicare and TRICARE coverage? If yes, be sure to join the TRICARE webinar, “How to Get Started With Medicare and TRICARE,” on Sept. 29, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET.
  • COVID Fatigue

    Strategies for overcoming COVID fatigue and recognizing the burn out.
  • 61st MDS enlisted member selected for officer commissioning

    An enlisted member from the 61st Medical Squadron has been selected for Officer Training School through the Senior Leader Enlisted Commissioning Program.Staff Sgt. Katelin Robinson, 61st MDS noncommissioned officer in charge of Dental Logistics at the Los Angeles Air Force Base medical clinic, was notified of her selection for SLECP by Col. Donna
  • Flu season underway at SMC; Vaccinations available at Los Angeles AFB and Fort MacArthur

    The change from summer to fall signals the start of the seasonal flu and cold season.The 61st Medical Squadron has received the flu vaccine for all eligible beneficiaries, age six months old and older. Vaccines are available at both the Los Angeles AFB and Fort MacArthur clinics until the end of the season, which runs to June 29, 2016. Military,
  • 61st Medical Squadron welcomes new commander

    With the simple, yet time-honored and traditional phrase, "Ma'am, I assume command," Col. (Dr.) Paul J. Hoerner accepted the 61st Medical Squadron ceremonial guidon from Col. Donna Turner, 61st Air Base Group commander during an assumption of command ceremony today at the Gordon Conference Center.Hoerner becomes the newest commander of the 61st
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