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OUTSTANDING PROGRAM MANAGER: Established CORIVRON 11's 3M program for the medical department and passed the first ISIC and TYCOM inspections at 90% while scoreing 100% on over 40 spot checks. As RPPO, maintains over $60,000 worth of medical supplies and equipment and saved over $5,000 on medical's budget by utilizing the Navy RSO dept.
EXCELLENT WORK ETHIC: As the ALPO of Medical, he managed, verified and updated 347 dual physical and electronic health records into the Navy's Medical Readiness Reporting System. Coordinated,supervised and performed the administration of 382 flu shots,130 immunizations,25 Physical Health Assessments,40 audiograms, scheduling of 52 medical and 27 dental exams,12 hours of Individual Combat Skills (ICS) and CPR/AED training and 68 hours of rifle range medical support for mission pre-deployment /deployment qualifications standards ultimately increasing the unit's medical readiness from 65% to 95% maintained.
HM2 xxx'S technical acumen, aggressive work ethic and dedication to the command's mission and success brings an invaluable presence to Coastal Riverine Squadron 11.
As Leading Petty Officer of the Tri-Service Clinic, played a key role in the Process Improvement implementation of embedded immunization in support of Medical Home Port initiative.
Efficiently managed the Occuapationl Therapy and Vestibular rehab services clinics which supported over 50,000 patient encounters.
Initiated and managed the successful Adopt-a-School Program which harnessed the talents of 55 Naval Hospital Sailors and provided over 1000 hours of support to the community.
SELECTED AND ASSIGNED AS NAVAL MEDICINE TRAINING COMMAND STAFF EDUCATION AND TRAINING LPO AND CLINICAL PHASE II LIAISON.
MANAGED 3 PERSONNEL IN THE TRACKING OF 90 STAFF TRAINING JACKETS AND 16 SEPARATE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS; MAINTAINED AN OVERALL 95% TRAINING READINESS.
AS THE PHASE II LIAISON, SHE FACILITATED AND DOCUMENTED THE TRAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN NMTC AND LOCAL CIVILIAN FACILITIES WHICH EXPANDED AND IMPROVED STUDENT TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES WHILE REDUCING EXPENSES BY AS MUCH AS $10,000 PER STUDENT.
AS STAFF EDUCATION AND TRAINING LPO AND CLINICAL PHASE II LIAISON AT NAVAL MEDICINE TRAINING CENTER, SHE DEVELOPED AND DOCUMENTED 14 SAFE TRANSPORTATION ROUTES FOR USE BY BASE TRANSPORTATION IN TRANSPORTING STUDENTS.
Volunteered TAD services to the Pre-comissioned Detachment for LPD 22 to care for Sailors and Marines as still at the command awaiting departure to Pascagoula, MS.
As leading Petty Officer for OCONUS Annual Training he led six Corpsmen in diagnosing and treating 34 Marines diagnosed with an outbreak of viral gastroenteritis and two Marines who required hospitalization. Through his quick attention, all Marines were able to return to training in a matter of days vice weeks.
HM1 Laverdure exhibited a rare level of teamwork in volunteering for and completing Tactical Combat Casualty Course Training. She has multiplied the effectiveness of the course by relaying this valuable and indispensable medical readiness training to more than twenty other Navy Reservists.
By sharing what she meticulously recorded while at the Tactical Combat Casualty Course, with other Navy personnel, she saved the Navy more than sixty thousand dollars in TAD costs.
Petty Officer Wolinski ensured the medical readiness of 174 Sailors with 100% accuracy and accountability to make them suitable for Sea Duty aboard the USS San Diego.
Her relentless drive and ambition resulted in her selection as Senior Sailor of the Quarter, third Quarter 2012.
When asked by the battalion medical Chief to develop a better tracking system for the reporting of sick and injured Marines, he developed a detailed and accurate monthly report for all 9 sites which provided an accurate account of the progression of limited duty Marines.
AS GENERAL DUTY CORPSMAN ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH, HN WILSON PROVIDED OUTSTANDING PATIENT CARE TO OVER 2,000 PATIENTS AS AN INPATIENT CORPSMAN, PROVIDING THERAPEUTIC SUPPORT AND CARE. HN WILSON ALSO FACILITATED OVER 450 THERAPEUTIC GROUPS FOR INPATIENT MEMBERS AS PART OF BPSS.
HMC Keeton was personally responsible for the advancement of four corpsman due to his diligence and dedication.
A true Team Player! Contributed significantly to the success of MWR Command Holiday Party which generated $ 11K to offset the ticket prices for junior Sailors.
Petty Officer Tyson demonstrated exceptional leadership by stepping up as the interim department head for the Operation Management department during a two month gap in medical service corp officers and quickly developed and maintained security for 1,300 military and civilian staff. Using detailed security investigation reports, he developed compliance reports for the joint personnel adjudication system.
- Coordinated daily operations and logistical support for two of the command's highest in-patient census. He diligently managed a $350,000 departmental annual optar and acquisitioned essential supplies in sufficient quantities to support a 20% increase in patient census.
- Dedicated to the mission, he contributed over 200 hours to the supervision of the PMS of medical equipment saving $100,000 on medical repair.
HM2 (AW/SW) Toussaint's exceptional leadership skills have made here a complete asset to the Carrier Air Wing Two medical department. As the Leading Petty Officer of 7 Junior Squadron corpsman she spearheaded shot-ex evolutions for 8 squadrons giving over 3,000 immunizations in preparation for Operation New Dawn. Role Model. Positively impacted Command by establishing professional and productive work climate and successfully brining the Air wing s medical readiness to a total of 97%
As a key member of Battalion Landing Team 1/6, he used his knowledge gained as a Tactical Combat Casualty Care instructor to train 100% of the Marines in Bravo Company, producing 148 qualified Combat Life Savers.
- Led a team Sailors in the structural rehabilitation and maintenance of over 3,000 square feet of Patient Care spaces, saving the Command an estimated $50,000 in contract costs and expanding the availability of care for over 200 members.
- He was chosen to reevaluate and monitor Patient Care activity and establish process improvement initiatives to improve the quality of Patient Care and ensure the best treatment was provided for fleet members.
An integral part of the Command's "Back on Track" program that provided over 10,000 hours of rehabilitative care to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury patients.
As unit training lead petty officer for OHSU Portsmouth Detachment, Petty Officer Yang's knowledge and experience were evident as she instructed 25 junior sailors in more than 8 clinical courses of instruction. Her detailed knowledge and expertise ensured peak operational readiness for all members of the Detachment.
Chief Jackson's superior leadership of 7 staff members in the delivery of basic medical instruction to over 1400 sailors garnered an 86% grade point average and less than a 5% attrition rate.
The assistant Head of Pharmacy, NATO Role III Multinational Medical Unit, Kandahar, MCPO demonstrated an expert level of clinical competence while leading the pharmacy team to fill over 70,000 prescriptions with an error rate of less than 1%. She prepared and delivered informal classes to the team on antibiotic dosing with an emphasis on pediatric wellness.
Volunteered to travel across unprotected terrain to deliver mission-essential medicine to Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt and establish adequate resupply procedures.
- Expertise was critical during critical care nursing shortage during increased ops tempo, provided care for 100+ patients over 30 days
As Leading Petty Officer for Maternal Child Infant Nursing, she was responsible for the front line supervision of 20 junior Corpsmen which directly supported over 1200 infant deliveries from April 2010 to May 2012.