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96th Medical Group holds first Teddy Bear Clinic

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

Six-year-old, Darcey McCormack, gives her teddy bear an immunization during the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

A little doctor leans against the wall of the pediatric clinic as she waits to enter the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

Senior Airman Antoinette Fowler, a 96th Medical Group aerospace medical services journeyman, shows four-year-old, Layla Sherwood how to give an immunization during the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

Capt. Lindsey Colgan, 96 th Medical Group chief of Clinical Dietetics gives four-year-old Layla Sherwood a first bump at the nutrition and fitness station during the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

Airman First Class Nawym Meas, 96th Medical Group aerospace medical services apprentice, shows five-year-old Loralei Gill, how to take medical measurements during the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

Bevery Murrell, a 96th Medical Group licensed practical nurse dressed as Doc McStuffins poses with three-year-old Vana Porterfield during the the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

A mom fastens a button on her son's Thomas the Tank in the pediatric clinic waiting room before entering the Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

Senior Airman Gian Vera, 96 th Medical Group, aerospace medical services journeyman, shows five-year-old Loralei Gill, how to take a temperature during the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.

Parents and chilren wait to enter the nutrition and fitness station during the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.
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Maj. Erin Brack, 96th Medical Group staff pediatrician and Amanda Reznickcheck, 96th Medical Group teach school-aged children how to give emergency treatment breaths during the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Medical Group's pediatric clinic hosted 127 children during their first Teddy Bear Clinic to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor.
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Airman First Class Naomi Crockett, a 96th Medical Group aerospace medical services apprentice 96th Medical Group, hands out certificates of Beary Good Health during the the first Teddy Bear Clinic at Eglin Air Force Base, Aug. 4. Children took their stuffed animals and characters through eight clinic stations. Stations included registration, CPR, immunizations, nutrition, fitness and vital signs. The Pediatric Clinic hosted 127 children to educate them about hospital procedures and to demonstrate what they may expect if they need to see a doctor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

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