As an Oral Surgery Technician, upheld and updated safety standards, directly assisted in over 300 tooth extractions, 1 biopsy, and applied 3 post-surgical sutures, 1 Bone graph, 3 postsurgical panoramic x-rays, with a Dental Weighted Value of $155K which contributed to the production of 2K surgery procedures and 98% Operational Dental Readiness (ODR) for 38 graduating companies.
Proficiently assisted in the delivery of over $935K of quality dental services to 3K operative patients doing 10K procedures that directly contributed to a 98% Operational Dental Readiness.
VERSATILE TECHNICIAN. Scheduled over 5K appointments for over 15 dental providers ISO 12.5K beneficiaries. Efforts directly contributed to 95% Operational Dental Readiness across 22 tenant commands.
PROFESSIONAL. Served as dental assistant and provided top quality dental treatment for 878 eligible beneficiaries which directly contributed to an overall Operational Dental Readiness increase to 97 percent and clinic production of 7 million dollars and an unprecedented Dental Health Index increase of 50 percent.
COMMUNITY SERVANT. As an active member and Public Affairs Officer for the Multi-Cultural Committee, he attended all meetings and created programs and flyers for seven Remembrance/Cultural ceremonies. As a Command Color Guard member, he attended 40 hours of close order drill training, continuously displaying military bearing while performing during five ceremonial details. As a member of the Command Recreation Committee, he devoted a total of 20 off-duty hours to help raise $6K for the Command Picnic and Holiday Party, improving morale and unit cohesion. He also volunteered 22 hours to assist non-profit organizations in the local community.
PETTY OFFICER LAMPKIN COMPLETED 487 DENTAL CLEANINGS, 100 DENTAL X-RAYS, AND PROVIDED DIRECT MEDICAL SUPPORT FOR 230 MEDICAL PROCEDURES. HIS EFFORTS DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTED TO A QUARTERLY AVERAGE OF 99% DENTAL READINESS AND AN OUTSTANDING 100% DURING THE 2016 MEDICAL READINESS INSPECTION. ADDITIONALLY AS TRAINING PETTY OFFICER HE COORDINATED SHIP WIDE MEDICAL TRAINING TEAM DRILLS THAT TRAINED 360 PERSONNEL IN BASIC FIRST AID THEREBY ENHANCING THE SHIP'S DAMAGE CONTROL CAPABILITIES.
AS A DENTAL TECHNICIAN ABOARD NAVAL BRANCH HEALTH CLINIC CAPODICHINO, ITALY, HE CONTRIBUTED TO THE OVERALL DENTAL HEALTH OF OVER 2000 PATIENTS ASSISTING IN THE PRODUCTION OF OVER 230,000 DOLLARS WORTH OF SERVICES AND MAINTAINING A 97% DENTAL HEALTH INDEX. LIEUTENANT MILES LED THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT TO ACHIEVE DENTAL READINESS AT OR ABOVE 99% AS HE PERSONALLY PROVIDED CARE TO OVER 1,000 SAILORS AND MARINES, DELIVERING OVER $150K WORTH OF DENTAL CARE WHILE MANAGING $350K WORTH OF EQUIPMENT. HIS LEADERSHIP GUARANTEED THE SUCCESS OF THE MEDICAL AND DENTAL CIVIC ACTION PROJECTS (MED/DENCAP) DURING COOPERATION AFLOAT READINESS AND TRAINING (CARAT) AND FACILITATED CARE FOR OVER 1,800 PATIENTS IN THAILAND AND INDONESIA.
Engineered and executed 8 quarterly medical readiness stand-downs, increasing unit medical readiness from 78% to 96%. He accomplished this significant gain by utilizing reserve medical and dental Unit Sailors, coordinating the efforts of 15 Officers and 27 Enlisted medical care providers, completing over 900 Periodic Health Assessments and 1,100 dental exams. Petty Officer Siemens led his department in delivering over 100 hours of immunization training, ensuring accurate administration of 2,000 immunizations with ZERO down time. He coordinated 24 Health Sanitation and Safety inspections resulting in all Navy and Marine Corps areas receiving passing marks with ZERO discrepancies.
NOSC TOLEDO'S MEDICAL DEPARTMENT LPO, HM1 Kellerman reviewed and completed members' 1300/4 (Expeditionary Medical And Dental Screening), and 2807-1 (Report of Medical History). Set up Tricare for all members and their families, coordinated with 180th Air National Guard to schedule members' Audio and Visual Tests. Ensured all lab work and immunizations were completed. Performed ALL screeningS to ensure members were 100% medical ready and able to support their mission.
PROCESS IMPROVEMENT: Created a complex dental report database incorporating readiness percentages and hit-lists for five companies in the battalion. Within the first month as acting dental liaison, the unit's dental readiness increased from 88% to 96%. As a result, this placed the battalion's dental readiness in a deployable status 3 months ahead of schedule. Directly supervised the Battalion dental readiness coordinator and oversaw the execution of daily tasks, sustaining 99% overall dental readiness.
Hospital Corpsman, assigned to Fourth Dental Battalion, Fourth Marine Logistics Group from 2001 to 2014. Hospital Corpsman First Class Cucciniello continuously served with great distinction, leading by example while mentoring over 160 junior Sailors. Her efforts resulted in $XXXXXX worth of savings and provided over XXXX Marines and Sailors with world-class and expeditionary dental care, directly impacting readiness for deployment in support of the Global War on Terror.
His keen management skills led to a complete inventory of XX authorized dental allowance lists valued at $1,000,000 with 100% accountability of all equipment and supplies. Within a short period of time he has stepped up within the Department to lead the workcenter in patient care, supply management, and maintenance. His diligent efforts resulted in a sustained 95% Operational Dental Readiness.
The Senior Preventative Medical Representative, H+S CO, 3D Battalion, 4TH Marines. During the final stages of preparation for the Battalion's deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, HM3 Reehm organized and facilitated multiple medical readiness stand-downs, to include: Immunizations, laboratory, audiology, dental, and annual physical health assessment stand-downs. While organizing and coordinating two Dental stand-downs, HM3 Reehm was able to improve Dental readiness from 70% to 95%. His expertise was responsible for the vast increase in overall battalion-wide medical readiness from 65% to 90% fully medically ready Marines and Sailors in a short three month time period.
HN Miller went above and beyond his duties as a dental assistant by assisting in the area of Oral Maxillofacial surgery and providing $500,000 worth of treatment to active duty and recruit patients. HN Miller assists in IV sedation procedures, broken jaws, and the removal of life threatening tumors. HN Miller is the only active duty dental assistant in the tri-command area qualified to assist in these treatments.
Hospital corpsman/Dental Assistant provided 600,000 dollars worth of treatment to active duty and recruit patients. Aided in the complete removal of an ameloblastoma (an odontogenic tumor) and preserved the patient's mandible. Completed oral surgery pre-surgery checklist to minimize bleeding and increase recovery time.
While serving as Dental Officer for Naval Mobile Construction Battalion ONE, through two dynamic homeports and two deployments, maintained an operation dental readiness greater than 96% while improving dental health by more than 15%. Completed over 6,000 dental procedures on over 1700 patients valued at over $250,000.
Petty Officer Lopez led 15 personnel in the daily care of 1,500 beneficiaries, meticulously planned provider and technician schedules while meeting 100% duty requirements and maintaining optimal manning. As Dental Liaison Coordinator he maintained a 97% Operational Dental Readiness and 67% Dental Health Index, both exceeding Bureau of Medicine and Surgery benchmarks. As Departmental Supply Petty Officer, he inventoried, organized, and maintained $500K in consumables and equipment and submitted over 500 New Item Requisitions while maintaining 100% accountability. He also volunteered for 45 days of Temporarily Assigned Duty to Naval Branch Health Clinic Fort Worth, where he scheduled over 400 exams and increased Operational Dental Readiness by 20%.
As Dental Directorate Leading Petty Officer, he supervised a total of 34 military and civilian employees, ensured optimal utilization of resources for the delivery of quality care to 1,000 active duty personnel and 3,000 midshipmen during over 30,000 daily patient encounters. As General Dentistry Department LPO, HM2 supervised the department's daily operations. As a key player during the plebes' dental examination, he coordinated the processing of 2,000 comprehensive forensic and annual exams, 11K radiographs, 1,220 sports mouth guards, and the establishment of over 1,000 dental records for the class 2015/2016 resulting in a flawless evolution. As Clinical Floor Manager, he created a manning document to facilitate the assignment of 33 personnel for 11 providers. He ensured timely execution of 35,452 appointments and maximized clinic efficiency by maintaining open communication between providers and front desk. During times of reduced manning, he personally assisted hygienists in the breakdown and set up of dental operatories, assisted dental assistants with unforeseen radiographs, dental impressions, patient scheduling which resulted in clinic production of $15M of top quality dental treatment.