Preventive Medicine Technician Evals
As the Preventive Medicine Technician, he expertly developed and instructed 5 Force Health Protection briefs to 60 personnel, along with 6 Food Handler Safety classes certifying 80 personnel. HM3 was instrumental in coordinating with Naval Base Rota's Environmental Health Office and Navy housing to identify and treat an insect epidemic in the Chief's barracks. He also maintained the Battalion's Direct Observed Therapy tracker for 95 personnel deployed to AFRICOM ensuring 100% compliance with their Malaria prophylaxis.
PO2 Reynolds is a valuable member of the 4th Preventive Medicine Detachment. His inspirational teamwork and focus on process improvement led to the restructuring of the 4th PMD laboratory which resulted in a 50% reduction in operational space and a 25% decrease in sample processing time. He personally conducted 445 health and sanitation inspections at KAF, citing the presence of unsanitary living conditions for U.S. service members resulting in the movement of 88 troops to alternate living quarters and the closure and complete reconstruction of the RSOI transient billeting tent 309.
AS PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN DEPLOYED TO KANDAHAR AIR FIELD, TASK FORCE MED SOUTH, 62ND MED, ENSURED THE SAFETY OF 20,000 U.S. AND COALITION SERVICE MEMBERS THROUGH 35 HEALTH AND SANITATION INSPECTIONS. THESE EFFORTS WERE IN SUPPORT OF COMBAT OPERATIONS AND DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING STRENGTH OF FORCE. SHIPPED, ORDERED AND RECEIVED EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES, WATER AND SOIL SAMPLES, AND TESTING MEDIA VALUED AT $150,000.
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN FROM XXXXXXX TO XXXXXXXX, CULMINATING IN HIS SELECTION AS NAVY OPERATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER, JRB FORT WORTH TEXAS BLUE JACKET OF THE YEAR 2014. DURING THIS TIME HM2 SULLIVAN PROVIDED EXPERT TECHNICAL SUPPORT DURING MORE THAN 300 SAFETY AND HEALTH INSPECTIONS AND 200 STD COUNSELINGS. HIS INVALUABLE RECOMMENDATIONS LED TO A SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN THE OVERALL HEALTH AND SAFETY OF 5,000 MEMBERS ONBOARD NAS FORT WORTH.
For professional achievement in the superior performance of his duties while serving as Preventive Medicine Technician, Preventive Medicine Department, Directorate for Public Health Services, Naval Hospital, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina from XXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXX. As a Preventive Medicine Technician, he was responsible for over 60 food and sanitation inspections per month, promoting the safety of all patrons aboard Camp Lejeune and surrounding Marine Corps Bases and ensuring all health and sanitation requirements were met which prevented any foodborne disease outbreaks during his tenure. Hospital Corpsman Third Class Sullivan's exemplary professional performance, dedication, and unmatched commitment to duty reflected credit upon himself and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.
AS DIVISION PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN, SHE HAS PROVEN HERSELF AS A TECHNICAL EXPERT USING HER KNOWLEDGE OF THE MEDICAL READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM TO FACILITATE THE TRAINING OF ALL DIVISION SUBORDINATE COMMANDS AFTER A MEF-WIDE DIRECTED RECORDS SCRUB. SHE WAS AN INTEGRAL TEAM MEMBER IN CONDUCTING 40 CONTACT INVESTIGATIONS FOR A LEPTOSPIROSIS OUTBREAK INVESTIGATION AT THE JUNGLE WARFARE TRAINING CENTER. AS LEAD AGRICULTURAL INSPECTOR FOR PHIBLEX 15, SHE OVERSAW ONE JUNIOR PMT AND ONE PMR IN THE INSPECTION OF OVER 100 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ITEMS ENSURING 100 PERCENT PASS RATE AT NAHA PORT CUSTOMS INSPECTION.
AS THE LEAD PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN DURING EXERCISE GUAHAN SHIELD, SHE EXPERTLY DEVELOPED AND CONDUCTED FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION BRIEFS, WATER PURIFICATION CLASSES AND FOOD SANITATION AND HABITABILITY INSPECTIONS ENSURING OPTIMUM HEALTH AND WELFARE OF OVER 300 U.S. FORCES. SHE METICULOUSLY EXECUTED POST LIMITED TECHNICAL INSPECTIONS ENSURING ACCOUNTABILITY OF 200K WORTH OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES. DEPLOYED IN SUPPORT OF PHIBLEX 2014, SHE SUPERVISED THE POST EXERCISE AGRICULTURAL WASHDOWN OF 455 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ITEMS, PASSING STRINGENT JAPANESE CUSTOM INSPECTIONS WITH ZERO DISCREPANCIES. DISPLAYING SUPERB EXPERTISE AND INITIATIVE, SHE FACILITATED TWO PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND FOOD HANDLING COURSES FOR III MEF PERSONNEL, QUALIFYING OVER 100 MEMBERS.
Chief Morrison deployed to Afghanistan as NCOIC of the Camp Dwyer Preventive Medicine Unit. He led four preventive medicine technicians in providing force health protection coverage in the areas of environmental health, entomology, epidemiology, and feral animal euthanasia, reducing the threat of animal-borne and communicable diseases to 15,000 military personnel and civilians in southern Helmand Province. During this time he oversaw over 1,100 preventive medicine inspections. In addition, he developed and presented a comprehensive three week preventive medicine course for the Afghan Army Medical Forces.
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN AND LEADING PETTY OFFICER, DIRECTORATE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER SAN DIEGO, FROM XXXX XXXX TO XXXX XXXX. PETTY OFFICER LOPEZ'S EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP AND FLAWLESS MANAGERIAL SKILLS LEAD HIS DIVISION AND DEPARTMENT TO UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS OF SUCCESS. HE EXPERTLY MANAGED 6 OUTLYING CLINICS AND 14 TECHNICIANS, PROVIDING EXCELLENT HEALTHCARE SERVICES TO 90,000 BENEFICIARIES AND OVERSAW THE REPORTING 0F 10,000 INCIDENTS OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE. HIS SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE AS EPIDEMIOLOGY LPO, INCREASED THE REGIONAL COMPLIANCE FROM 26 PERCENT TO 96 PERCENT FOR NMCSD UTILIZING THE NAVY DISEASE REPORTING SYSTEM. DURING THE 2013 MEASLE OUTBREAK, HE ASSISTED IN LIMITING THE OUTBREAK TO 4 CONFIRMED CASES AND OVERSAW 400 CONTACT INVESTIGATIONS, COORDINATING CLOSELY WITH SAN DIEGO COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH TO HELP CONTAIN THE OUTBREAK.