Solutions-focused, versatile management and healthcare professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 21-year career in the US Army.Highly motivated, effective communicator and problem solver who successfully completed 2 combat tours. Works well with team members and groups from diverse backgrounds. Effective communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results. Combat Medic Instructor with more than 6 years experience Successfully led training programs for thousands of soldiers. Reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities. Nationally registered EMT.
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) 2014 recertification
Senior Leaders Course 2010
Instructor Training Course 2007
Advanced Leader Course 2007
Army Trauma training course 2005
Combat Casualty Course 2005
Unit Prevention Leader 2004
Communication Course 2004
EMT/Paramedic Course 2000
Warrior Leader Course 1999
Occupation Therapy Specialist training 1998
Presently Operation NCOIC for the Curriculum Development Division, supporting Army Medical Department Center and School; responsible for administrative support of Instructional System Specialists with curriculum development; plans, directs, and coordinates 192 educational and training development programs within the Army Medical Department; responsible for tracking all projects and tasks; responsible for assigning tasks to appropriate branch chiefs within the division and monitoring their progress; provides up-to-date status reports to the Academy of Health Sciences and the respecting chiefs. Prior Operations sergeant responsible for training over 7,200 68Ws annually in the Healthcare Specialist Initial Entry battalion. Duties included managing operations functions for soldiers undergoing Medical Evaluation Board and Physical Evaluation Board proceedings; documenting and tracking personnel actions through records management, data tracking, and updating the Decision Support Center; generating statistical reports and correspondence; managing property in excess of $100,000; updating and advising command team on Soldier disposition. Prior to current duty assignment trained and instructed subordinates and supporting units on emergency medical procedures; performed as an effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments; maintained a state of readiness and alertness for all assignments; rapidly assessed whether life threatening criteria was present and took immediate action; completed all mandatory education and training classes; maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, response requirements, and quality assurance procedures; coordinated training schedules and filed crucial administrative paperwork; reviewed and edited correspondence prior to release and submission for signature; logged and filed classified documents.
Awards and Decorations:
Bronze Star Medal
Army Commendation Medal times 4
Army Achievement Medal times 2
Army Superior Unit Award
Army Good Conduct Medal times 6
National Defense Service Medal times 2
Iraqi Campaign Medal
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Non-Commissioned Officer Development Ribbon times 3
Army Service Ribbon
Overseas Service Ribbon times 2
Combat Medic Badge
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