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Profiles in Medical Power – HMC Delita Shields

HMC (SW/FMF/AW) Delita Shields Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman & Fleet Liaison for the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center PEOPLE HMC Shields completed a 53 week course of intensive studies to train in advance patient care and medical administrative duties to function independently of a medical officer in various isolated ship and shore activities of the Navy and …

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Profiles in Medical Power – LT Kristofer Ceredon

LT Kristofer Ceredon General Dentist PEOPLE LT Ceredon earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree at Loma Linda University School of Dentistry.  After joining the Navy, he successfully completed a 12-month residency in Advanced Education in General Dentistry at Naval Dental Clinic Norfolk. PLATFORMS LT Ceredon is assigned to Navy Medical Readiness and Training Command Portsmouth and serves in …

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Profiles in Medical Power – LT Ruth Johns

LT Ruth Johns Registered Nurse – Critical Care PEOPLE LT Johns attended Northern Arizona University and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree in 2010.  After graduation, she was accepted into a new graduate nursing program at Flagstaff Medical Center, a level I trauma center in Arizona, training to be a nurse in the critical care environment.  In 2011, …

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I Am Navy Medicine, and Command Managed Equal Opportunity Program Manager – Lt. Shanece Washington

Lt. Shanece Washington, Navy Medical Service Corps officer and Occupational Audiologist, Regional Hearing Conservation Program Manager, and Command Managed Equal Opportunity Program Manager at Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC) Bremerton. (Official Navy photo by Mass Communication 3rd Class Meagan Christoph, NMRTC Bremerton public affairs). By Douglas Stutz, Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Bremerton “I am Lt. Shanece Washington, …

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I am Navy Medicine: Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Daniel Wagner

By David Marks – Twentynine Palms, CA – December 18, 2019 Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Daniel Wagner stands in front of Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms. Mentorship is obviously good. New personnel get to learn the ropes, receive lessons learned—the easy rather than the hard way—and become more capable. There’s been less focus on the benefits of being a mentor. Hospital …

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