I am Navy Medicine

I Am Navy Medicine: HM2 Rose Webber

  As a pharmacy technician working in Naval Hospital Lemoore (NHL), I am committed in providing exceptional care to our military beneficiaries. Patient safety and excellent customer service are always our priorities. Whether it’s compounding medications, counting pills, or counseling patients about their drugs, the pharmacists and I are always here to provide quality care to our hospital staff and …

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I Am Navy Medicine: HMC Romanram Biares

Chief Hospital Corpsman Romanram Biares was born and raised in a small town in the Philippines, Nabua, Camarines Sur. He earned his associate degree in general science from Vincennes University in 2007 and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in health care administration from Trident University International.   I cannot explain the feeling I had when I first saw a …

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I Am Navy Medicine: Rick Fogoros

Richard Fogoros was recently recognized as Civilian Medical Logistician/Supply Technician of the Year for a shore-based facility. He manages Naval Hospital Bremerton’s (NHB) medical-surgical central supply replenishment and linen operations and three branch health clinics – BHC Bangor, Everett and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. He also took over management duties and oversight of the entire medical warehouse operations in 2014, …

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I Am Navy Medicine: Lt. Kevin Goodell

I’m a Medical Service Corps officer and physician assistant assigned to Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB) . I’m a Lebo, Kansas native and 1991 graduate of Lebo High School. I completed Navy Recruit Training in San Diego and Hospital Corpsman ‘A’ School the same year. I was interested in a career with Navy Medicine. Health and medicine has always been my …

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I am Navy Medicine: Religious Program Specialist 3rd Class Kaleib Rew Taylor

As a Religious Program Specialist working in Navy Medicine at Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB) I do my best providing military personnel, their families, staff, and patients with the religious support and care they need. Providing care for each individual and supporting their needs is a top priority. Whether it’s stopping to say hello, offering a quick prayer before surgery or …

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