Directly responsible for Command and Control of all personnel, equipment and resources for a 296 bed Combat Support Hospital (CSH). Managed and facilitated all aspects of facilities maintenance and human resources functions including: succession training, strategic planning, succession planning, performance evaluation, equipment and facility maintenance, budgetary analysis, and operational readiness. Responsible for $38 million in property and 547 personnel
�Improved operational readiness through the development and implementation of mass casualty, disaster and emergency response training and procedural plans
�Reduced labor expense 75%; cut hazardous waste disposal requirements by 80% and improvedelectrical power support 35%
�Coordinated and negotiated contracts with DOD and external agencies in excess $10,000,000.
�Planned and facilitated a risk assessment safety program affecting 8,000 personnel resulting in zero accidents for 12 months.
�Change management skills resulted in setting multiple US Army records for efficiency and time
�Maintained a 97% operational readiness rate on vehicles and equipment in wartime conditions.
�Responsible for the development and implementation of a succession training plan resulting in 75 soldiers earning promotable status within 12 months.
�Developed long term training plans for 1,250 medical personnel; managed a $65,000 budget and $15,000,000 in assets; and supervised a support staff of 70.
�Developed Long term Safety Support plan of 7500 soldiers adopted as standard procedure for annual Reserve Officers Training Camp
�Saved $40,000 by conducting a budget analysis and identifying misdirected purchasing; introduced a maintenance program that increased readiness from 18% to 97%.
�Recognized for efforts as Observer Controller for national training rotation
Platoon Leader/Medical Staff Officer
�Directed the activities of a medical / dental team of 30 serving 700 personnel; managed vehicles and equipment valued at $15,000,000.
�Developed an improved medical evacuation process subsequently adopted by unit at National Training Center rotations, resulting in new doctrinal change for future operations.
�Designed combat medic training plan with the highest pass rate in 26 units and lifesaver training that added 50% more certified personnel and reduced re-certification requirements by 75%.
�Instrumental in the transition, training, and operational procedures of new systems and equipment, transforming the organization into the US Army’s first Stryker Combat Brigade