Medical Administration Technician
As Tripler Army Medical Center Marine Liaison, Joint Patient Liaison office, she oversaw and managed 67 Urgent, Priority, and Routine MEDEVAC missions, supporting 124 patients, which increased access and continuity of care throughout the Western Pacific Region. She served as the subject matter expert on the Marine Corps Casualty Process and ensured all Personnel Casualty Reports for Seriously Ill and Very Seriously Ill patients were completed accurately and on time. As the Temporary Disability Retired List (TDRL) Coordinator, she assisted Marines in the TDRL Program and set up 30 Periodic Physical Exams (PPEs) for patients to ensure they continued to receive their separation and retirement benefits.
Medical Administration Technician, providing direct administrative and health care support to 13 Medical Officers and 22 Aviation Medicine Technicians. Petty Officer Goodman's technical accumen resulted in the smooth operations of a high-volume, fast-paced Health Care Clinic providing care for 4,500 patients from 23 tenant commands. Integrated into every aspect of the Hornet Health Clinic, he performed over 1,000 medical procedures.
Processed 92 patient medications and successfully managed the daily appointment schedules for 4 medical providers. Trained 2 Medical Assistants and 3 newly reporting Corpsmen on Medical Interdisciplinary Team Notes (IDTs), HM Screenings, and the daily duties and responsibilities of Front Desk Administrator. Efforts resulted in an increase of service to patients.
Collected 334 lab specimens to include the Armed Services first toxicology screens for synthetic cannabinoid metabolites, updated and prepared 345 medical records, performed 60 initial corpsman intakes and completed 110 individual disciplinary team updates. Instrumental in NMCSD's Medical Inspector General (MEDIG) and Joint Commission full accreditation.