Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
|Naval Medical Center Portsmouth|
U.S. Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VA (1827), John Haviland, architect.
|Branch||United States Navy|
|Motto||First and Finest|
|Decorations||Meritorious Unit Commendation|
|Commander||Rear Admiral Elaine C. Wagner|
|Deputy Commander||Captain James Hancock|
The Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP), formerly Naval Hospital Portsmouth, is a United States Navy medical center in Portsmouth, Virginia, United States. It is the oldest continuously running hospital in the Navy medical system.
Dr. Harvey Karp, assistant professor of pediatrics at the UCLA School of Medicine and author of The Happiest Baby on the Block, discussed parenting methods during a presentation at Naval Medical Cente
Cataract surgery is just one of the services offered at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
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