Overseas Screening Coordinator


The Overseas Screening and Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Coordinator, he maximized the productivity of the program by digitizing the process used to submit packages which reduced turn-around time by 70 percent. Using this method, he processed 400 OSS and 170 EFMP packages, ensuring that gaining commands would be able to provide adequate medical treatment for dependents. As CPC, he processed over 300 TOPS requests with a 3-day turn-around, increasing efficiency.


Contributed to the successful coordination of 4,000 overseas screenings and 100 percent accountability of 3,000 hard copy screenings, reducing PCS returns due to special needs to zero and saving the Navy over 100,000 dollars in travel costs this fiscal year. She educated 1200 family members on the medical requirements for overseas travel and assignment.


As Records Clerk for Patient Administration, HN Cesaer copied over 50 active duty medical records, updated over 60, and filed over 500 chits. As Overseas Screening Coordinator, she assisted 50 Navy and Marine Corps patients in completing their overseas screenings documentation and verifying support for them amd their families overseas.


As regional Overseas Suitability Screening Coordinator, he processed over 300 overseas Suitability Screenings, 55 Individual Augmentee Screenings and generated 70 inquiries between Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi and gaining commands. Assisted in 69 EFMP packets. His efforts resulted in zero discrepancies leading to 100 percent error-free PCS transitions for Area of responsibility Sailors and Marines.


While assigned as the Leading Petty Officer, HM2 Collins led the Combined Aid Station (CAS) in overseeing 668 physical examinations for overseas screenings, reenlistments, separation, and special duty assignments. He oversaw the treatment, scheduling, and documentation for 13 pregnancies, 65 Limited Duty Boards, and 11 Medical Evaluation Boards over 12 months.


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