Hospital Corpsman Evals


- LEADERSHIP. As Leading Petty Officer during his tenure at Navy Medicine Training Support Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Hospital Corpsman Third Class St. Hilaire, displaying excellent leadership qualities, assisted the Navy Military Training Instructors in the day-to-day management of Class 200 ensuring 100 percent of requirements were met.




-STANDING INFLUENCE. Led 9 Sailors and 2 Civilians in daily operations of a Medical Homeport Clinic resulted in the completion of 4,896 patient encounters. Trained and mentored 5 Sailors and 1 Officer on 96 minor procedures to include nebulizer treatments, skin tag and wart removals, IUD removals and placements, and ear lavages. Assisted in authoring 110 muster reports and 22 weekly schedules for 6 providers.




Reorganized/revised and implemented the Orthopedic Gear locator list for Orthopedic Surgical Sets. Increased the list's accuracy by 30% and effectively cut down on wasted man hours by having an accurate resource that properly locates orthopedic surgical sets in the MOR storage area.




As Safety Petty Officer for the main operating room, he identified and rectified 120 safety discrepancies, increasing departmental safety for patients, and increased accountability and identification of safety hazards. As the subject matter expert and DMHRSI timekeeper specialist for 55 staff members, tracked and recorded over 9,000 manning hours monthly. Identified and reconciled more than 700 unaccounted for hours, identified 47 supervisor discrepancies to accurately reflect who the MOR personnel and their direct supervisors are.




As Medical Department Mobilization Coordinator, HM2 Casey has been a vital part of the medical mobilization process and assisted in the facilitation of support from Patrick Air Force Base to mobilize over 100 Selected Reservists. With close attention to detail and diligence, HM2 identified members not suitable for critical missions in a timely manner. His efforts, work ethic, and experience lead to an astonishing 98% mobilization rate.




HM2 Shields supervised 15 Sailors and Soldiers and 11 civilians in the completion of over 3,500 ENT cases, including 30 micro free flaps with a 99 percent success rate. As sole supply coordinator, he controlled a $100,000 budget and saved over $9,000 in a 12 month time frame through effective ordering and biweekly inventory of mandatory surgical supplies. As Training PO, he maintained 11 staff training records with a 100 percent accuracy and zero discrepancies during the quarterly audit.




Petty Officer Cucciniellio distinguished herself by her total devotion to duty and professionalism, always leading by example and volunteering for difficult assignments. Her efforts in the battalion resulted in over 10,000 patients receiving care via both humanitarian missions as well as direct support to Global War on Terror readiness. Petty Officer Cucciniellio directly enabled the provision of over $1,500,000 worth of care to our nation's warfighters.




Care Navigator of Naval Branch Health Clinic Chula Vista, Petty Officer Rodriguez displayed tremendous professionalism while assuming the role of Care Navigator managing over 60 patients with critical needs and managing to turn 90% of the patients back into the Tri-West network, boosting overall productivity, and saving the Department of the Navy over $1,000,000 in lost health care costs. Petty Officer Rodriguez served in numerous leadership positions within the command, all with exceptional professionalism. He also devoted his off-duty time to volunteer service across the city of San Diego, accumulating over 200 hours of community service.




As Leading Petty Officer for the General Surgery Service, he directly mentored and lead 7 junior Sailors. He scrubbed and supported over 100 surgical cases, and is the Subject Matter Expert sought out by general surgeons for his technical expertise during complex surgical cases. As the Supply Petty Officer for General Surgery, he expertly managed a $1M dollar OPTAR for high value surgical equipment and consumables with zero discrepancies. During a multi-national Indonesian SURGCAP he performed over 500 screenings for various procedures and surgical cases, preparing more than 100 surgical sets. A key player in the Indonesian SMEE and COMSERV, he assisted with various mission-essential logistic evolutions which increased the mission readiness immeasurably. During that time, he trained 9 foreign surgical technologists which greatly increased their surgical skills/performance and helped familiarize them with the ship's main operating room. He also lead the preparation of the operating rooms and CSR onboard USNS MERCT (T-AH-19) for Pacific Partnership 2013. He prepared 1,500 individual surgical intruments and surgical packs in less than ten days and scheduled 100 patients for surgical procedures, maximizing the use of surgical resources.




As Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms Overseas Coordinator, he reduced the OSS completion day average from 45 days to 20-30 days. During his tenure, he completed 350 Active Duty Overseas packages and 500 dependent screenings. In addition, Petty Officer Clark was handpicked by the Department Head to travel to 3 Medical Treatment Facilities as a Program Expert to ensure that the Overseas Screening Program and Exceptional Family Member Program were operating within current standards.

As Patient Administration Supply Petty Officer, he is responsible for 3 separate DMLSS accounts, for which he maintained a budget totaling over $35,566.

As General Administration Corpsman, Petty Officer Clark completed over 2,900 patient admissions, 744 patient transports, and 9,647 patient registrations.

TEAM PLAYER and a VALUED ASSET to the command, he helped the Command's Birth Clerk program by completing 22 baby footprints.




SENIOR HM FOR DET 1 OVERSEEING ALL MEDICAL/DENTAL READINESS AND ALL SICK CALL AND TRAUMA NEEDS, WHICH INCLUDES MAINTAINING 68 MEDICAL/DENTAL RECORDS. REPONSIBLE FOR THE MENTORING AND TRAINING OF 2 HM3s AS WELL AS THE TCCC TRAINING FOR THE DET. AS THE SMDR FOR CTG 56.7 (68 FORWARD DEPLOYED PERSONNELL), HM2 IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL MEDICAL GEAR, IFACS, AND 1 MEDICAL AMMAL APPROX VALUED AT $50,000. DIRECT MEDICAL SUPPORT FOR 25 UUV, MINE EX, AND HVA MISSIONS AS WELL AS VARIOUS EXCERISES.




HM2 Seimens' outstanding professional initiative and exceptional technical skill were instrumental in the efficient and timely processing of more than 22,000 appointments and the management of an annual supply budget of over $100,000. His inspiring leadership as ALPO for 13 staff members has resulted in outstanding performance during the 2013 and 2016 Joint Comission Inspection.




A highly effective administrator, Petty Officer Goodman operated in complex environments above his pay grade developing and implementing a program adopted as the standard for 3d MLG, raising medical surveillance compliance rates by 40% for over 3,000 members across five battalions. A consummate team player, he maintained medical readiness over 95% for five consecutive months during the transition to Marine centered medical homeport, and contributed to the development of operating procedures that ensured seamless coverage for over 6,000 beneficiaries. Additionally, he conducted safety inspections on an inventory worth over $10,000,000 resulting in no reportable mishaps.



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