- Dedicated Manager. Acted as liaison between Medical, Personnel Support Detachment, 43 Limited Duty and 18 Physical Evaluation Board personnel. Proactive management resulted in the timely and accurate documentation of 13 Non-Medical Assessments, 8 Medical Assignment Screenings, 2 Condition Not Amounting to a Disability (CND) and the implementation of official Command Memorandums for CNDs.
- ENGAGED COUNSELOR. As Limited Duty (LIMDU) Coordinator, he ensured the accurate accounting, tracking, medical treatment and smooth transition of four personnel to return to duty, two Permanent Limited Duty, four Physical Evaluation Boards, and three medical separations.
As LIMDU COORDINATOR, she accomplished administrative documentation for 23 Sailors on Limited Duty and scheduled follow-up appointments resulting in 90% of personnel returning to duty.
Assisted in the restructure of the Battalion LIMDU process in conjunction with Regimental guidance. Returned 33 Marines in rehab to full duty status, which directly increased regimental medical readiness.
As the LIMDU LPO, he mentored and led over 50 Sailors in the continuously changing LIMDU division, ensuring their specific needs were met during their recovery process. He effectively implemented new and more efficient strategies to gainfully employ all Sailors based on their strengths and abilities, which contributed to a high morale environment and also maintained a sense of pride and purpose whether they ultimately returned to the fleet or transitioned to civilian life. He coordinated a volunteer grounds-keeping team which provided over 500 man-hours of service and improved the 15,000 acre installation's appearance.
Assigned as Deployability Coordinator (DC), he directed 13 monthly DC meetings for 47 DCs in the AOR resulting in 100% monitoring and accountability of an average of 66 LIMDU personnel. With the implementation of the LIMDU Sailor and Marine Readiness Tracker, he established 114 accounts for providers and clinic staff and managed over 110 Official Information Exchange messages in accordance to MILPERSMAN 1306-1200 ensuring compliance with higher authority guidance. His attention to detail in the preparation of 37 cases monthly for Comprehensive Deployability Evaluation Board Review resulted in 50% of the LIMDU personnel being returned to duty and 40% of the cases being referred to the Integrated Disability Evaluation System ensuring supported commands maintained above 90% operational readiness.
AS NAVY'S LIMITED DUTY (LIMDU) COORDINATOR WHILE ASSIGNED TO PERS-454, NAVAL PERSONNEL COMMAND, MILLINGTON, TN. HIS ENCYCLOPEDIC KNOWLEDGE OF THE LIMDU PROCESS ENABLED HIM TO PROVIDE CONTINUOUS AND ACCURATE GUIDANCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO OVER 370 DEPLOYABILITY COORDINATORS, 17 MEDICAL TREATMENT FACILITIES, AND 30 PERSONNEL SUPPORT DETACHMENTS.
OUTSTANDING CLINIC MANAGERIAL SKILLS AS THE ONLY HOSPITAL CORPSMAN WORKING IN NASC COMMAND. AS COMMAND LIMDU COORDINATOR, ORCHESTRATED MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS, PROCEDURES, SURGERIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE PAPERWORK FOR 60 LIMDU PERSONNEL. HELPED PROCESS 7 MED/PEB BOARD CASES. ALSO IMPROVED AERO MEDICAL WAIVER WAIT TIME DRAMATICALLY BY CONTACTING NAMI DAILY.