Influence Score: 402
568 out of 5,912 Veterans
568 out of 5,912 Veterans
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I have been fortunate to work in many different TDA and TOE units. I have seen the line as well as the hospital. I've worked as a straight line medic and as a ICU nurse in the Army's #1 Level 1 Trauma Center. I love problem solving, process improvement and efficiency. I've had the privilege of having many Soldier's from all walks of life. Some became officers, some went home. All are heroes. Owner of Black Box Inventories Owner of Medical Intuitive Innovations (MI2) Church of Christ Minister Gospel singer in NHymn song group
Dec 2012 - Present
NCOIC, Department of Hospital Education & Staff Development
Right now I currently serve as the NCOIC of the Department of Hospital Education and Staff Development. I am responsible for developing, providing, and maintaining the educational programs for license sustainment for medical providers as well as MOS sustainment for our 68 series career field. These programs include BLS, ACLS, PALS, EMT, etc. Im also a process improvement specialist.
Jan 2012 - Dec 2012
Responsible for the training, discipline, safety, morale, and welfare for 59 Soldiers and the professional development of 13 NCOs. Responsible for the medical sustainment of operations and training as well as the helath care of more than 300 Soldiers. Responsible for maintaining accountability and serviceability of equipment and class VIII supplies in excess of $1,000,000. Provides instruction in all common and medical skills and ensures strict adherence to safety during training. Responsible for managing 48 Soldiers enrolled in the iDES program and directly ensures their transition.
Jan 2011 - Dec 2012
Family Care Ward, NCOIC
Wardmaster Family Care Ward. Responsible for the day to day activities of the in-patient ward, managing the nursing staff as well as the administrative needs of the floor. This was the only ward at Evans with a large variety of patients from 6 months old to over 90 years.
Sep 2009 - Jan 2010
Serves as the Corps-level Medical Advisor for Nenewa Operations Command Transition Team (NiOC-TT) forward deployed ISO Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation New Dawn. Primary personnel security detachment (PSD) medic. Responsible for the clinical preventive medicine, and emergency care of the NiOC-TT. Advises Iraqi Army with forecasting, orderings, and inventory of class VII. Stategic Plans/Ops, TC3, Mascal, Battle Captain.
Deployments(1 year, 4 months)
Sep 2009 - Dec 2010
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
Serves as the Corps-level Medical Advisor for Nenewa Operations Command Transition Team. Primary personnel security detachment medic. Responsible for the clinical preventive medicine, and emergency care of the NiOC-TT. Advises Iraqi Army with forecasting, orderings, and inventory of class VII. Stategic Plans/Ops, TC3, Mascal, Battle Captain.
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