To pursue a career in healthcare utilizing my experience and knowledge of personnel management.
Education and Training
Masters of Science: Public HealthSep 2010Trident UniversityCypress, CAPublic Health
Bachelors of Science: Health Care AdministrationJun 2010University of Northwestern OhioLima, OHHealth Care Administration
Associate of Applied Business: Specialized StudiesJun 2007University of Northwestern OhioLima, OHSpecialized Studies
Director09/2012 to Current United States NavyCincinnati, OH
Secret Security Clearance Staff Management of 35 Enlisted and 3 Medical Officers deployed in a Combat Zone Health and Safety inspection of emergency treatment facilities, clinical and administrative workspaces and personnel living areas Command Quality Assurance Program reviewing treatment practices to evaluate standard of care for 300 providers Relationship building between Medical Officer Providers and Enlisted personnel to establish a medical protocol developing standard operating procedures Process Improvement Co-chair for clinical personnel on Preventive Health Assessments that supports 450 Sailors and Marines Coordinating Health Care Programs between Civilian and Military Providers and facilities to maintain medical readiness for 450 Sailors and Marines Career Management of 925 Junior Personnel by facilitating Leadership classes, pathway to advancement and continuing education, including assisting personnel in established college programs as well as securing advanced military schooling resulting in increased skill sets Regional Management of 32 sites in 15 states to ensure Navy Medical Standards are being adhered to via physical inspection and data base inspection.
Afghanistan05/2009 to 09/2012 United States NavyColumbus, OH
Chief Hospital Corpsman E-7 Staff Management of 260 Combat element personnel in determining fitness for forward deployed austere environment mission sets Re-wrote Mass Casualty Plan on a Forward Operation Base housing over 20,000 U.S.
Troops that was battle tested and still in use Provided Training and skills validation testing of 380 joint service enlisted medical personnel for forward deployment into combat zone.
Mentored Local Afghan Director of Public Health in Paktika, Afghanistan establishing an epidemic tracker for Afghan Medical personnel Civilian Affairs and provincial reconstruction accomplishments that were used by the U.N.
staff in a 3 day meeting as the metric for all governmental programs in establishing a realistic goal within the medical arena Urban Infrastructure growth and economic stability in Paktika, Afghanistan by facilitating a women's health program and facility expansion focusing on pre and post natal care Direct Patient Care in a Combat Zone at all stages: from point of injury, during medevac transportation and forward deployed hospital level care Established relationship between American Forward Operation Base and Afghan Medical Facility in Sharana, Afghanistan for the care of Afghan personnel that become sick or injured, resulting in local national health care providers receiving orthopedic and trauma care instruction to update their standard of care.
Petty Officer 110/2004 to 05/2009 United States NavyColumbus, OH
Battlefield Skills development for enlisted medical providers culminating a joint training exercise with Israeli troops and mass causality simulation Instruction on pre-hospital/battlefield medical training for non-medical personnel by instructing Combat Life Saver programs creating a force multiplier for medical care under fire Assigned as Battalion Aid Station Supervisor directly managing 66 junior corpsman tasked with matching the right corpsman and skillset to multiple locations and missions to assist in mission success Maintain Battalion Medical Supply Inventory of 1.5 million dollars of medical equipment Career Management of 66 Junior Personnel by validation of evaluation reports and recommendations for advanced training schools for career progression Establish joint service relationship with the Republic of Georgia medical training mission during Operation Immediate Response, a 30 day, NATO-sponsored eventmultination training exercise Established and developed a Joint Aid Station with U.S.
Medical and Australian medical staff to enhance relationships between the two countries during combat simulation exercise.
Petty Officer02/2000 to 10/2004 United States NavyVienna Columbus, OH
Assurance of Medical and Dental Readiness by validation of annual physical exams for 400 Reserve Sailors and Marines against deployment readiness standards.
Medical Record Validation and Security for 400 reserve personnel with annual verification and record accountability while upholding HIPPA standards for a military medical clinic.
Hands on Patient Care in both pre hospital and clinical rotation.
Maintained Instructions/Evaluation Program by tracking changes in instructions and process improvement of the clinical process.