COVID-19 Response Evals
Hand-selected for the installation's COVID-19 Vaccination Team; absolutely vital to the Command's mission to educate and vaccinate as many beneficiaries as possible. He personally managed the daily logistics and transportation of $20,000 worth of equipment and supplies to the West Gym and 25 mobile shot-ex events. He is a standout among his peers for his technical expertise and professionalism. His efforts directly resulted in the administration of over 21,000 vaccine doses to 10,582 beneficiaries and our own Command's staff reaching a vaccination rate of over 62%.
HN ONG SUCCESSFULLY PERFORMED RESPONSIBILITIES BEYOND THE CAPACITY OF DENTAL TECHNICIAN IN THE COVID CELL. PROVIDED PUBLIC HEALTH SUPPORT FOR OVER 4,456 CLOSE CONTACTS ASSOCIATED WITH POSITIVE COVID-19 PATIENTS MITIGATING A SUPER SPREAD OF THE VIRUS ON OKINAWA. DEDICATED WELL OVER 900 HOURS OF WELLNESS CHECKS, ENSURING THE WELL-BEING OF PATIENTS RESULTING IN ZERO LOSS OF LIFE DUE TO ISOLATION. HE METICULOUSLY CREATED ELECTRONIC CASE FILES FOR 554 CLOSE CONTACTS WITH A 99 PERCENT ACCURATE DATA ENTRY RECORD. EFFECTIVELY LED 12 SURGE UNIT SAILORS AND MARINES IN DAILY RESPONSIBILITIES OF QUARANTINE MANAGEMENT, FOSTERING A ROBUST WORK ATMOSPHERE.
Led the Laboratory in developing COVID-19 testing capability resulting in 48 tests per day during the 2020 DoD pandemic response. Improved a standardized Opioid Testing panel that lead to a cost savings of $200K and reduced the turn-around time by 50%. Coordinated the implementation and validation of 9 new testing platforms costing $560K which expanded capabilities essential to the diagnosis and screening of anemia, viruses, and reduced biotin interference.
GM1 EFFICIENTLY EXECUTED ANTI-TERRORISM AND FORCE PROTECTION MEASURES ABOARD USNS COMFORT (T-AH 20) WHILE DEPLOYED FOR 120 DAYS IN NEW YORK CITY DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS. HE SAFEGUARDED $15 MILLION IN ASSETS AND HOSPITAL STAFF WHICH TREATED ALMOST 10 PATIENTS. ADDITIONALLY, HE TRAINED NINE EST MEMBERS TO UTILIZE DRAKE TO DETECT AND JAM OVER 13 UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS.
U.S. Navy's COVID-19 Response from 05 April 2020 to 30 April 2020. Petty Officer Clarence Beeks demonstrated exceptional dedication to duty when he volunteered to be part of the embark evolution of all medical and support personnel being mobilized to man the USS COMFORT and the Jacob Javits Center. His exceptional expertise and leadership skills were instrumental in the safe and timely transportation of over 1,000 doctors, nurses, and support personal, which contributed to the success of the relief effort at both facilities. Additionally, as a qualified driver, he coordinated with the NOSC Fort Dix, Air Force and Army daily and was available 24 hours a day. As part of the embark team, your dedication to saving the lives of the many that were stricken with COVID-19 put yourself in harm's and demonstrated the Navy's core value of selfless service.