Flight Medic with 20 years in the Army. Successfully led numerous training programs for thousands of personnel. Reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities.
Awarded the Honorable Order of Saint Michael by the Army Aviation Association of America for numerous contributions to the Army Aviation Community.
Awarded the Air Medal for flying 350 combat hours in a UH-60A Blackhawk MEDEVAC aircraft during Operation Iraqi Freedom, treating and evacuating over 450 critically injured patients to a level 1 trauma center.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Personally responsible for over $ 58.1 million of command equipment with no deficiencies, losses or damages.
Served as the First Sergeants Barracks Program Noncommissioned Officer in charge; ensured that over 900 single Soldiers are inprocessed and outprocessed, responsible for the health, welfare, and professional development of 10 personnel. Maintained barracks occupancy for four buildings housing 1868 individuals. Responsible for the timely submission and tracking of all service and work orders for 934 barracks rooms; responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of four buildings valued in excess of $58.1 million.
Medical Platoon Sergeant and managed Combined Troop Aid Station consisting of three Army units in a forward deployed Cavalry Squadron located 25 kilometers from the Demilitarized Zone in the Republic of Korea; responsible for the accountability, and training, morale and welfare of 42 personnel, and three Physician Assistants; determined and coordinated requirements for the evacuation of sick and injured Soldiers; stabilized and monitored patients for comfort and safety during day and night evacuation; responsible for accountability and maintenance of 12 tracked vehicles and medical equipment sets valued in excess of $1 million.
Served as the Noncommissioned Officer of the Aviation Medicine Branch, US Army School of Aviation Medicine maintained oversight of the Army Flight Surgeon Course, the Army Aviation Medicine Clinic Course, the Army Aviation Medicine Orientation Course, and the Aeromedical Psychology Training Course; responsible fro all administration, finances, training, and logistics for over 600 Active and Reserve Component, Air Force, Coast Guard, Public Health Service, Allied Forces and civilian students; performed duties as a non-rated crewmember on a UH-60A Blackhawk and the Army's only hypobaric chamber; responsible for over $150,000 of classroom equipment.
Performed duties as a Flight Medic on a UH-60A Blackhawk helicopter; administered emergency and routine treatment of battlefield casualties; responsible for rapid evacuation of patients from accident sites, inter-hospital transfers. medical personnel, and transfer of blood products under day, night, and Night Vision Device conditions; lead, supervised, and trained eight personnel in work techniques and critical job related tasks. Maintained accountability for three UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters and medical equipment sets valued at over $18 million. Deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom from January 2005 to December 2005.
Administered emergency and routine medical treatment to casualties, including minor surgery and IV fluid administration; assisted with outpatient care and supervised outpatient facilities under the supervision of a physician, nurse, or physician's assistant; established priorities for medical emergency care; stabilized patients and accompanied them to medical facilities; provided guidance and supervision to seven subordinates.
Supervised field and clinical medical facilities; assisted with technical and administrative management of medical treatment facilities under supervision of physician, nurse, or physician's assistant; administered emergency and routine outpatient medical treatment to battle and nonbattle casualties; assisted with outpatient care and treatment. Administered emergency treatment in the field; maintained health records and clinical files; assisted with nursing care of patients including medical examinations; takes and records tempature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressures; applied and removed surgical, wound or skin dressings; collected and prepared specimens for analysis; assisted in clinical and dispensary duties; performed routine admission tests; administered immunizations; assisted with treatment of patients with common diseases; provided emergency medical care; surveyed and sorted casualties; assisted with triage of mass casualties.
Human Resource Management
Advanced Leadership Principles
Advanced Emergency Medical Services
Principles of Supervision
Emergency Medical Technician Basic
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