Medical Rating Award Examples



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HM1 Mojica provided significant leadership to an extremely busy medical detachment that supports 2800+ Force Health Assessments annually valued at $35k monthly in medical/dental services. Specific accomplishmnts include:

DECKPLATE LEADERSHIP: Directly managed the daily operations of a Unit with 28+ Enlisted Sailors. Ensured 100% advancement participation, resulting in 3 advancements. Assisted Sailors with 1 HM to BSN, and 2 Meritorious Advancement packages. Submitted 3 SOQ packages with 1 Sailor selected as the Command SOQ and JSOQ. Completed all enlisted evaluations on time.

SAILORIZATION: Volunteered 8 off-duty hours to conduct advancement training for 2 Sailors, which resulted in both Sailors advancing to the next paygrade. Facilitated 13 GMT courses that directly increased the training readiness from 13% to 93% within 3 months for over 54 Sailors. Collaborated with the U.S. Army 11th PSYOP Battalion for medical operations for 4 Corpsman that resulted in providing medical support for 319 Soldiers and 3 M16 qualifications.

AT: 17AUG13-17AUG26, Northern Lights/Global Medic, Fort McCoy, WI. Provided medical support to a 44-bed combat field hospital, treated over 160 critically injured simulated patients with seamless coordination with 9 departments. Facilitated 46 courses to over 218 U.S. and coalition forces, to include 405 HMSB modules which resulted in 100% pass rate.




MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS LEADING PETTY OFFICER AND UNIT CAREER COUNSELOR FOR OPERATIONAL HEALTH SUPPORT UNIT SAN DIEGO, DETACHMENT F, NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA FROM OCTOBER 2016 TO JULY 2019. DURING THIS PERIOD, HE LED AND MANAGED 41 SAILORS AND 12 PROVIDERS IN SIX CLINICAL AREAS TO PROVIDE 811,842 DOLLARS IN QUALITY PATIENT CARE TO 19 TENANT COMMANDS, ACHIEVED NAVAL OPERATIONAL SUPPORT COMMAND NORTH ISLAND MEDICAL READINESS OF 86 PERCENT AND DENTAL READINESS OF 96 PERCENT. ADDITIONALLY, HE CONDUCTED 84 CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS, SUBMITTED 96 ADVANCEMENT WORKSHEETS, 36 ENLISTMENT AND EXTENIONS. HIS EFFORTS CONTRIBUTED TO NAVAL OPERATIONAL SUPPORT COMMAND NORTH ISLAND 2016 AND 2018 RESERVE COMPONENT PERSONNEL PROGRAMS EXCELLENCE AWARD, COMMAND INFORMATION PROGRAM REVIEW (CIPR) SCORE OF 90 PERCENT, 24 ADVANCEMENTS, 4 BLUE JACKET OF THE QUARTER, 2 JUNIOR SAILOR OF QUARTER, 2 BLUE JACKET OF THE YEAR AND 1 JUNIOR SAILOR OF THE YEAR, 11 AWARDS, 5 SPECIAL PROGRAMS SELECTION, HOSPITAL CORSPMAN SKILLS BASIC OF 92 PERCENT AND 7 PERCENT INCREASE IN TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE COMPLETION. PETTY OFFICER BUSTO'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONALISM, SELFLESS DEVOTION, AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS DEPARTMENT HEAD, XXX DEPARTMENT, XXX COMMAND FROM JULY 20XX TO JULY 20XX. AS THE DEPARTMENT HEAD FOR THE XXXXX, HE EXPERTLY SUPERVISED 17 JUNIOR PERSONNEL IN THE MAINTENANCE, ISSUE, RE-SUPPLY, AND LIMITED TECHNICAL INSPECTIONS OF 277 AUTHORIZED MEDICAL ALLOWANCE LIST BLOCKS VALUED AT OVER $4.8 MILLION. HIS ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND DETERMINATION ENABLED HIS DEPARTMENT TO INCREASE READINESS LEVELS FROM 60% TO OVER 90%. AS A DIRECT RESULT, 52 UNITS WERE ABLE TO CONTINUE TO TRAIN AND REMAIN MISSION CAPABLE. ADDITIONALLY, WHILE FORWARD DEPLOYED, HE SUPERVISED THE DAILY OPERATIONS, PROCUREMENT AND SHIPMENT OF OVER $5 MILLION WORTH OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO 58 UNITS THROUGHOUT THE AREA OF OPERATIONS WHICH ALLOWED FOR UNINTERUPTED COMBAT CASUALTY CARE. PETTY OFFICER XXXX'S INITIATIVE, PERSEVERANCE, AND UNSWERVING DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HIM AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS SENIOR INSTRUCTOR AND DIVISION ASSISTANT LEADING PETTY OFFICER AT NAVAL HOSPITAL CORPS SCHOOL, GREAT LAKES, IL FROM FEBRUARY 2008 THROUGH APRIL 2011. PETTY OFFICER MCFALL EXPERTLEY LED AS NMT INSTRUCTOR AND ACADEMICS INSTRUCTOR FOR 4 CLASSES AND NUMEROUS CHECK IN BRIEFS, 420 STUDENTS AND 8 STAFF. ALWAYS THE FIRST TO VOLUNTEER, PETTY OFFICER MCFALL SERVED AS AN INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEE DURING OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN FROM APR 2010 TO OCT 2010. PETTY OFFICER MCFALL'S DISTINCTIVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS, UNRELENTING PERSERVERANCE, AND STEADFAST DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF NAVAL SERVICE.




PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS RANDY WILSON PROVED HIMSELF TO BE A VALUABLE AND DISTINGUISHED MEMBER OF THE 4TH PREVENTIVE MEDICINE DETACHMENT. PETTY OFFICER WILSON WAS SOUGHT BY LEADERS AND PEERS ALIKE FOR HIS TECHNICAL SKILL AND JOB FIELD EXPERIENCE. PETTY OFFICER WILSON'S INSPIRATIONAL TEAMWORK AND FOCUS ON PROCESS IMPROVEMENT LED TO THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE 4TH PMD LABORATORY WHICH RESULTED IN A 50 PERCENT REDUCTION IN REQUIRED OPERATIONAL SPACE AND REDUCED SAMPLE PROCESSING TIME BY 25 PERCENT. PO2 WILSON PERSONALLY CONDUCTED 446 HEALTH AND SANITATION INSPECTIONS AT KAF, CITING THE PRESENCE OF UNSANITARY LIVING CONDITIONS FOR US SERVICE MEMBERS RESULTING IN THE MOVEMENT MORE THAN 90 TROOPS TO ALTERNATE LIVING LOCATIONS AND THE CLOSURE AND COMPLETE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE RSOI TRANSIENT BILLITING TENT 309. PO WILSON'S TIRELESS EFFORTS WERE EVIDENT THROUGHOUT A 6-MONTH DEPLOYMENT TO KANDAHAR AFGHANISTAN IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. PO2 WILSON'S EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP, INITIATIVE, AND LOYAL DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIM AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY.




LEADING PETTY OFFICER, 1ST MARINE DIVISION FORWARD, DIVISION SURGEON'S OFFICE, CAMP LEATHERNECK, AFGHANISTAN FROM -------- TO ---------. DEMONSTRATING EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP, PETTY OFFICER SAILOR LED 13 SAILORS IN SETTING UP HEALTH SERVICES SUPPORT FOR 12,000 GCE MARINES AND SAILORS IN 2 REGIMENTS AND 11 BATTALIONS ACROSS HELMAND PROVINCE, AFGHANISTAN. HE DEVELOPED AND IMPLEMENTED STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR 1ST MARDIV FWD MEDICAL EVACUATION/PATIENT TRACKING TEAM THAT CONTRIBUTED TO 2,133 LIFE SAVING MEDEVACS FOR OVER 1,000 PATIENTS AND XXX CASUALTY BRIEFS FOR THE 1ST MARDIV COMMANDING GENERAL'S DAILY OPERATIONS / INTELLIGENCE BRIEF. HE OVERSAW THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED BLAST EXPOSURE AND CONCUSSIVE INJURY REPORTS THAT TRACKED X,XXX CONCUSSIVE EXPOSURES AND X,XXX DIAGNOSED CONCUSSIONS. ADDITIONALLY, HE TRAINED 1,114 PERSONNEL IN MTBI IDENTIFICATION AND MACE PERFORMANCE, WHICH GREATLY IMPROVED ABILITY TO IDENTIFY, REPORT, AND TREAT PERSONNEL AFFECTED BY THIS SIGNATURE INJURY. HM1 SAILOR'S INITIATIVE, PERSEVERANCE, AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIM AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY.




MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS MEDICAL SECTION LEAD PETTY OFFICER, WOUNDED WARRIOR REGIMENT, HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, FROM 3 OCTOBER 2013 TO 14 JUNE 2016. HM1 LEWIS GREATLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE SUCCESS OF THE WOUNDED WARRIOR REGIMENT AND ITS MEDICAL SECTION THROUGH SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE, SERVING IN NUMEROUS CAPACITES TO INCLUDE ACTING REGIMENTAL MEDICAL CHIEF. HE SERVED AS SENIOR ENLISTED MEDICAL REVIEWER FOR OVER 800 CASES AND WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE CREATION OF A MORBIDTY TRACKING DATABASE USED TO IMPROVE MEDICAL CARE. HE SUPPORTED MEDICAL OPERATIONS FOR THE MARINE CORPS ADAPTIVE SPORTS RECOVERY PROGRAM TO INCLUDE SUPPORT OF MARINE CORPS TRIALS AND DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WARIOR GAMES. HE IMPROVED THE QUALITY OF CARE AND REDUCED MEDICAL LOGISTICS OVERHEAD. HIS ACTIONS IMPACTED OVER 20 OPERATIONS AND BENEFITED MORE THAN 5,300 WOUNDED, ILL AND INJURED SERVICEMEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. HM1 LEWIS' INITIATIVE, PERSEVERANCE, AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIM AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE MARINE CORPS AND THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS SENIOR LINE CORPSMAN FOX COMPANY 2ND BATTALION 9TH MARINES UNIT DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM FROM SEPTEMBER 2014 THOUGH FEBRUARY 2015 AND SENIOR LINE CORPSMAN GOLF COMPANY 2ND BATTALION 6TH MARINES DURING THE 26TH MEU FROM OCTOBER 2015 THROUGH APRIL 2016. DURING THIS TIME PETTY OFFICER MOORE WAS APPOINTED OVER AND MENTORED 19 JUNIOR SAILORS. HE OVERSAW THE ADMINISTRATION OF 3,700 IMMUNIZATIONS, 372 PHA'S AND THE HEALTH CARE OF 322 MARINES AND SAILORS MAINTAINING A 98% MEDICAL READINESS. WHILE TRAINING IN THE PHILIPPINES DURING UDP HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE TRIAGE, CARE AND TRANSPORTION OF 14 HEAT CASUALTIES ON TWO SEPARATE MASS CASUALTY INCIDENTS TO A HIGHER ECHELON OF CARE. DUE TO HIS KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES ALL MARINES WERE RETURNED TO FIT FOR FULL DUTY. THROUGH MENTORSHIP 27 OF HIS JUNIOR SAILORS EARNED THEIR FMF WARFARE DEVICES, EIGHT EARNED THEIR SURFACE WARFARE QUALIFICATION AND SEVEN EARNED THEIR AVIATION WARFARE QUALIFICATIONS. AS A CLS INSTRUCTOR HE COORDINATED 12 CLS COURSES CERTIFYING 372 MARINES IN COMBAT LIFE SAVERS, ADDITIONALY DURING A BILATERAL TRAINING EXERCISE IN OMAN HE COORDINATED AND TAUGHT SIX COMBAT LIFE SAVER CLASSES TO 130 OMANI SOLDIERS THUS ENHANCING THE RELATIONS BETWEEN COUNTRIES. BY HIS EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY, PETTY OFFICER MOORE REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS LEADING PETTY OFFICER, BRANCH MEDICAL CLINIC HANSEN, U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL OKINAWA JAPAN, FROM JULY 2012 TO AUGUST 2015. HM2 HUNT PERFORMED HIS DUTIES IN A SUPERIOR MANNER. HIS PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE COUPLED WITH HIS EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP ABILITIES WERE VITAL IN INTREGRATING 9 UNIT DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM BATTALIONS OF 458 MEDICAL STAFF TO JOINT COMMISION STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES LEADING TO EXCEPTIONAL MEDICAL CARE OF 9,000 MARINES. HIS EFFORTS HAVE RESULTED IN BMC HANSEN BEING THE LARGEST MARINE CENTERED MEDICAL HOMEPORT. BY HIS EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY, PETTY OFFICER HUNT REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS GENERAL DUTY CORPSMAN, COASTAL RIVERINE SQUADRON THREE FROM MARCH 2014 TO MARCH 2018. OVER TWO DEPLOYMENTS TO FIFTH FLEET AOR, PETTY OFFICER BLACKMAN PROVIDED 150 HOURS OF EXPEDITIONARY MEDICAL CARE INSTRUCTION LEADING TO THE EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE QUALIFICATION OF 50 SAILORS. ADDITIONALLY, DURING CARAT SINGAPORE 2015 HE PROVIDED 20 HOURS OF TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE TO 25 SINGAPOREAN SAILORS IMPROVING INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. LASTLY, HIS DEDICATION TO THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT EARNED 3 CONSECUTIVE BLUE AND GREEN H AWARDS. PETTY OFFICER BLACKMAN'S PROFESSIONALISM, UNRELENTING PERSERVERANCE, AND STEADFAST DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




MERITORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS LEADING PETTY OFFICER ACTIVE DUTY MEDICAL RECORDS AND NORTHWEST BEGINNINGS LABOR AND DELIVERY WARD, NAVAL HOSPITAL BREMERTON, WASHINGTON FROM JUNE 2008 TO MARCH 2010. DURING THIS PERIOD, HOSPITAL CORPSMAN SECOND CLASS LOPEZ MANAGED AND EXECUTED A PRELIMINARY COMMAND WIDE ELECTRONIC DEPLOYMENT HEALTH ASSESSMENT AND MEDICAL READINESS AUDIT. SHE NETWORKED WITH FIVE INDEPENDENT DUTY CORPSMAN AND FOUR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS TO STREAMLINE A PROCESS THAT REDUCED REQUIRED COMPLETION TIME AND MAN POWER WHICH DECREASED MEDICAL READINESS INDERTERMINATE FROM 10 PERCENT TO UNDER ONE PERCENT AND EARNED THE COMMAND 20K IN PERFORMANCE BASED BUDGETING. ADDITIONALLY LEAD 18 JUNIOR SAILORS IN DAILY OPERATIONS OF THE LABOR AND DELIVERY WARD WHICH YEILDED SUCESSFUL ASSESSMENT, TREATMENT AND CONTINUED CARE TO 900 INFANT AND MATERNAL BENFICIARIES ANNUALLY. HOSPITAL CORPSMAN SECOND CLASS LOPEZ'S NOTEWORTHY ACCOMPLISHMENTS, PERSERVERANCE AND DEVOTION TO DUTY REFELCTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HERSELF AND WAS IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AS MEDICAL DEPARTMENT REPRESENTATIVE ONBOARD NAVAL OPERATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER (NOSC) WASHINGTON FROM NOVEMBER 2011 TO SEPTEMBER 2015. PETTY OFFICER ORLANDA SUBMITTED 300 MRR SUBMISSIONS, INPUT OVER 600 DATA ENTRIES INTO THE MEDICAL READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM, AND CONDUCTED 50 PHYSICAL HEALTH ASSESSMENTS, REDUCING THE DEPARTMENT'S WORKLOAD BY 50 PERCENT AND IMPROVING MEDICAL READINESS BY 30 PERCENT. AS ASSISSTANT UPC, HE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE OVERSIGHT AND TESTING OF OVER 3,000 SELECTIVE RESERVISTS. HIS HARD WORK AND DEDICATION LED TO HIS SELECTION AS 2010 NAF WASHINGTON BLUE JACKET OF THE YEAR. PETTY OFFICER ORLANDA'S PROFESSIONALISM, PERSEVERANCE, AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIM AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS LEADING PETTY OFFICER, 2ND LIGHT ARMORED RECONNAISSANCE COMPANY, BATTALION LANDING TEAM 3/6, 24TH MARINE EXPEDITIONARY UNIT, II MARINE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, FROM 26 MAY 2014 TO 1 JUN 2015. DURING THIS PERIOD PETTY OFFICER SAVAGE PERFORMED HIS DEMANDING DUTIES IN A HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER BY COORDINATING AND PROVIDING MEDICAL CARE TO 131 MARINES AND SAILORS, WHICH INCLUDED 500 IMMUNIZATIONS, 175 LABS ORDERED, 131 PRE-DEPLOYMENT HEALTH ASSESSMENTS, AND 131 AUTOMATED NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT MATRIXES COMPLETED, RESULTING IN INCREASED MEDICAL READINESS FROM 42 PERCENT TO 100 PERCENT. HE CREATED THREE VEHICLE TRAUMA ROLLOUT BAGS, NINE M9 MEDICAL BAGS, AND OUTFITTED THREE LAV-L'S AS POTENTIAL CASEVAC PLATFORMS AT LITTLE TO NO COST TO THE BATTALION, PROVIDING A SAVINGS OF $20K FOR THE UNIT. ADDITIONALLY, HE CONDUCTED EIGHT COMBAT LIFESAVER COURSES, RESULTING IN 80 MARINES LEARNING BASIC LIFE-SAVING TECHNIQUES AND GREATLY ENHANCING THE BATTLEFIELD SURVIVABILITY AND OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS OF THE UNIT. PETTY OFFICER SAVAGE'S LEADERSHIP, PERSONAL INITIATIVE, AND UNSWERVING DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIM AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE MARINE CORPS AND THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HER DUTIES WHILE SERVING AT NAVAL BRANCH HEALTH CLINIC JACKSONVILLE, FROM 15 JULY 2013 TO 8 JUNE 2015. HN JEFFERS ASSISTED IN THE LOCATING AND RETIRING OF 80 MEDICAL AND DENTAL RECORDS WHICH DECREASED NAVAL BRANCH CLINIC JACKSONVILLE'S RECORD BACKLOG BY 80%. TAKING INITIATIVE, SHE ASSISTED IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INPUTTING AHLTA NOTES ONTO A CD, WHICH ENABLED THE CREATION OF 300 ELECTRONIC RECORD COPIES ON CD, THUS SAVING NAVAL BRANCH HEALTH CLINIC $7,200 IN PAPER SUPPLIES ANNUALY. DEDICATED TO MISSION READINESS, SHE ADMINISTERED INFLUENZA SHOTS TO 667 ACTIVE DUTY AND 7,098 BENEFICIARIES FOR THE 2015 FLU SEASON RESULTING IN 100% COMPLIANCE AT NAVAL HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE. BY HER EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY, HOSPITALMAN JEFFERS REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HERSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS STAFF NURSE AT NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER, SAN DIEGO FROM MAY 2011 TO DECEMBER 2013. JUNIOR GRADE TURNER DEMONSTRATED EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP, INITIATIVE AND COMMITMENT IN DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING IMPROVEMENTS, RESULTING IN OPTIMIZATION OF PATIENT CARE AND STAFF PRODUCTIVITY. DURING THIS TIME FRAME LIEUTENANT JUNIOR GRADE TURNER PROVIDED QUALITY HEALTH CARE TO XXXX PEDIATRIC AND NEONATAL PATIENTS INCLUDING OVER 1,000 VENIPUNCTURES AND IVS. HIS ACTIONS REFLECTED IN NUMEROUS ACCOLADES FROM THE PARENTS OF THE ILL CHILDREN. HIS INTRUSIVE LEADERSHIP RESULTED TRAINING 3 NEW CORPSMAN AND 2 NEW NURSES TO THE FLOOR. HE QUICKLY ACQUIRED CHARGE NURSE WHERE HE LED THE NURSING STAFF AND HELPED TRAIN 50 MEDICAL STUDENTS AND INTERNS. LTJG TURNER MENTORING LED TO ONE BLUE JACKET OF THE YEAR RECIPIENT, TWO NAMS AWARDED, THREE SAILORS ADVANCED, FOUR REENLISTMENTS, ONE MECP ACCEPTANCE AND THREE SAILORS ENROLLED IN COLLEGE. BY HIS NOTEWORTHY ACCOMPLISHMENTS, PERSEVERANCE, AND DEVOTION TO DUTY, LIEUTENANT JUNIOR GRADE TURNER REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS DEPARTMENTAL LEADING PETTY OFFICER OF MEDICAL RECORDS AT NBHC CORRY STATION FROM MAY 2013 TO AUGUST 2014. PETTY OFFICER LHEUREUX DEMONSTRATED PROFESSIONALISM AND EXCEPTIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE CAPABILITIES IN IMPLEMENTING THE UPDATED SERVICE TREATMENT RECORD RETIREMENT. CONDUCTED PERSONALIZED TRAINING FOR 25 STAFF MEMBERS ON THE HEALTHCARE ARTIFACT AND IMAGE MANAGEMENT SOLUTION WHICH RESULTED IN THE 100% COMPLIANCE WITH DOD/VA EFFORTS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO CARE FOR MILITARY VETERANS. IN ADDITION, HM3 LHEUREUX CONDUCTED 123 STUDENT INDOCTRINATION CLASSES FOR 5,600 NAVY, ARMY, AIR FORCE AND MARINE CORPS STUDENTS AT CID UNIT CORRY STATION WHICH EDUCATED NEW STUDENTS ON NEWLY IMPLICATED PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS THAT INCLUDE MEDICAL HOME, ACCESS TO CARE, AND PROPER EMERGENCY ROOM AND URGENT CARE UTILIZATION. BY HIS EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY, PETTY OFFICER LHEUREUX REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS LEADING PETTY OFFICER AT BRANCH HEALTH CLINIC, MCRD PARRIS ISLAND, BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA FROM SEPTEMBER 2011 TO JULY 2013. PETTY OFFICER OLIVA SUPERBLY LED 55 SAILORS AND SEVEN CIVILIANS IN PROVIDING QUALITY HEALTH CARE TO 18,595 MARINE RECRUITS, INCLUDING 150,762 VACCINATIONS, 16,844 VENIPUNCTURES AND THE PROPER SCREENING AND TREATMENT OF 3,060 RECRUITS SUFFERING FROM VARIOUS MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES. HIS ACTIONS LED TO 100 PERCENT MEDICAL READINESS AND THE SUCCESSFUL GRADUATION OF 18,595 RECRUITS. TENURE ENCOMPASSED MANAGING AN ANNUAL BUDGET OF $5,597,300 FOR FIVE DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS ENSURING UNINTERRUPTED HEALTHCARE AND ADEQUATE SUPPLIES WERE AVAILABLE. HIS INTRUSIVE LEADERSHIP RESULTED IN ONE BLUE JACKET OF THE YEAR RECIPIENT, TWO NAMS AWARDED, THREE SAILORS ADVANCED, FOUR REENLISTMENTS, NINE SAILORS ENROLLED IN COLLEGE 100 PERCENT CDB COMPLETION AND 31 SUCCESSFUL PTS APPLICATIONS. COORDINATED TEN COMMAND URINALYSIS EVOLUTIONS WHICH ENCOMPASSED 28 MAN HOURS RESULTING IN THE COLLECTION OF 329 SPECIMENS WITH ZERO DISCREPANCIES. THESE EFFORTS UPHELD THE NAVY'S ZERO TOLERANCE DRUG POLICY AND ENSURED A SAFE AND DRUG FREE COMMAND. BY HIS NOTEWORTHY ACCOMPLISHMENTS, PERSEVERANCE, AND DEVOTION TO DUTY, PETTY OFFICER OLIVA REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS THE OFFICER-IN-CHARGE AND SENIOR NURSE LEADER FOR OPERATIONAL HEALTH SUPPORT UNIT SAN DIEGO, DETACHMENT BRAVO FROM JUNE 2010 TO AUGUST 2012. COMMANDER GALLAGHER DEMONSTRATED EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP, INITIATIVE AND COMMITMENT IN DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING IMPROVEMENTS, RESULTING IN OPTIMIZATION OF PATIENT CARE, STAFF PRODUCTIVITY AND CLINIC OPERATIONS. DURING THIS TIME FRAME, OVER 1,300 PATIENT EXAMS WERE PERFORMED IN A LOCATION ISOLATED FROM A NAVAL MEDICAL FACILITY, MATERIALIZING A COST SAVINGS OF OVER $310,000.00. BY HER UNSWERVING DETERMINATION, WISE JUDGEMENT, AND COMPLETE DEDICATION TO DUTY, COMMANDER GALLAGHER REFLECED CREDIT UPON HERSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS READINESS COORDINATOR AND LEADING PETTY OFFICER, OPERATIONS DIRECTORATE, NAVY MEDICINE TRAINING SUPPORT COMMAND FROM JULY 2009 TO JULY 2012. HM2 RODRIGUEZ ORCHESTRATED AND SUPERVISED THE PREPARATION OF OVER 500 MEDICAL AND DENTAL RECORDS FOR THE PROVIDERS SCREENING ALL OVERSEAS/FMTB ASSIGNED PERSONNEL WHILE ENSURING 100 PERCENT ACCURACY IN MEDICAL AND DENTAL READINESS FOR 300 C-SCHOOL PERSONNEL AND 5 STAFF MEMBERS FOR WORLDWIDE ASSIGNMENT AND INCREASING THE COMMAND'S MRRS READINESS TO 95 PERCENT. SHE ASSISTED WITH THE CREATION OF THE COMMAND'S FIRST FORWARD SHIP SICK CALL, WHICH PROVIDED IMMEDIATE MEDICAL CARE FOR ALL NAVY STUDENTS. AS ASSISTANT TO THE METC HEADQUARTER STAFF SCHEDULED AND CONDUCTED MANY TOURS WITH HIGH PROFILE DIGNITARIES, FOREIGN NATIONALS AND LEADERSHIP OF ALL BRANCHES OF SERVICE. PETTY OFFICER'S RODRIGUEZ REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HERSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICES.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS STAFF CORPSMAN, DIRECTORATE MEDICAL SERVICES, NAVAL HOSPITAL OAK HARBOR, WASHINGTON FROM MAY 2008 TO MARCH 2010. PETTY OFFICER HAWKINS CONSISTENTLY PERFORMED HIS DUIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. DEMONSTRATING PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SOUND JUDGEMENT AS THE DIRECTORATE SUPPLY PETTY OFFICER, PETTY OFFICER HAWKINS DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTED TO MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT AND STAFF MORALE. THROUGH HIS DILIGENCE AND HARD WORK PETTY OFFICER HAWKINS CREATED AND MAINTAINED THE CLINIC'S SUPPLY PROGRAM, AND INSTITUTED A HIGHS AND LOWS VELOCITY SYSTEM WHICH KEPT AN ACCURATE COUNT OF HIGHLY USED ITEMS ON THE SHELF AND IDENTIFIED THE AMOUNT OF ITEMS NOT FREQUENTLY USED. THIS PROGRAM DECREASED THE AMOUNT OF EXPIRING PRODUCTS ON THE SHELF AND INCREASED THE SUPPLY STORAGE AREA BY 75%, MAINTAINING LESS THAN 1% NOT IN STOCK RATE WITH CONSUMABLES. PETTY OFFICER HAWKIN'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFRESSIONAL ABILITY, INITIATIVE, PERSEVERANCE, AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HERSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




Professional achievement in the superior performance of his duties as general duty Corpsman, Family Medicine, Pediatrics Clinic and Labor and Delivery ward, Naval Hospital Pensacola, Florida from May 2017 to March 2019. He provided excellent care to 9,500 patients and conducted 1,938 procedures resulting in a 98 percent patient satisfaction rate. As the Crash Cart Petty Officer, he was responsible for the accountability, equipment operability verification, and monthly inventory checks of three crash carts valued at over $72k. His efforts resulted in zero findings for the Joint commission and ensured proper access to care during codes. Hospitalman Ulrich's exceptional professionalism, unrelenting perseverance, and loyal devotion to duty reflected credit upon him and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval service.



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