Kevin m. Nasky, DO
- Avon OH
Medical Director overseeing two inpatient wards, the consultation-liaison service, and multiple outpatient programs. Supervises behavioral health medical providers, including three psychiatrists and two psychiatric nurse practitioners. Clinical roles have included the running the consultation-liaison service for the 358-bed main hospital, and currently as attending psychiatrist for the 18-bed geriatric behavioral health unit.
Officer-in-charge of Operational Stress Control and Readiness (OSCAR) for 3rd Marine Division. Serves on Commanding General's Special Staff as behavioral health subject matter expert. Supervised team of three clinicians and three neuropsychiatric technicians that provided mental health screening and treatment for the approximately 5,000 servicemembers within 3d Marine Division. Provided call coverage to Naval Hospital Okinawa Emergency Department.
Director of Operational Stress Control and Readiness. Served in an Occupational Psychiatry capacity, providing medically-based psychiatric and public health policy guidance to Navy/Marine leaders. Additionally, provided consultation and gatekeeper education to generalists and mid-level practitioners. Persistently worked to integrate fragmented community health resources into a cohesive system. Served as Medical Director to Marine Corps Base Hawaii Substance Abuse Counseling Center.
Served as Licensed Independent Practitioner and Interim Director for NMC Portsmouth's Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP).
Served on Commanding General's Special Staff as mental health subject matter expert, advising on issues including treatment, ethics, legal proceedings, command relationships, and critical administrative issues. Authored policies on topics ranging from combat operational stress control to mTBI. Also served as Officer-in-Charge for the camp's Combat Operational Stress Center, which provided mental health care for a population of over 5,500 service members.
Assisted researchers utilizing the following skills: DNA extraction, polymerase chain reaction, and gel electrophoresis. Also gained bioinformatics experience; used Vector NTI software to generate vector maps of recombinant plasmids.
Provided administrative assistance to Chief Financial Officer. Responsibilities later expanded to generation of revenue and accrual reporting, assisting with preparation of Executive Committee Reports and Annual Plan. Later, while serving in capacity of data analyst, utilized data mining software to merge subsidiary company sales data to generate parent company regional sales reports.
After completing recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Training Depot Parris Island in 1990, I attended Marine Combat Training at Camp Geiger, followed by Combat Engineer School at Courthouse Bay, Camp Lejeune.
Upon graduation, I was assigned to the 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion (2nd CEB) where I served as an M-60 gunner. During this tour I deployed to the Persian Gulf for the duration of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
In 1992 I received TAD orders to participate in the Competition in Arms Program (CIAP) as a member of 2nd CEB's competitive marksmanship team. After qualifying in the top third of both the Intramural and Division competition, I advanced to the FMF-Atlantic competition where I placed 11th overall in the pistol competition, andearned the secondary MOS of 8530 (Marksmanship Coach) after completing the Marine Corps Combat Marksmanship Coaches' Course.
In 1993, I was promoted to Corporal and assigned the billet of Company Training NCO. After completing the L.I.N.E. Instructor Course, I was assigned the additional billet of Battalion Close Combat Instructor. In 1994, I received orders to the 2nd FSSG Group Comptroller's Office where I served as the Assistant to the Comptroller Chief. I was promoted to Sergeant in 1995, shortly before being honorably discharged.
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA
Department of Psychiatry (homepage)
2008 - 2009 Psychiatry Chief Resident
2006 - 2008 Psychiatry Resident
2005 - 2006 Psychiatry Categorical Intern
The USS Cole Bombing: Analysis of Preexisting Factors as Predictors for Development of Posttraumatic Stress. Presented at the following conferences:
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA
University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FLLaboratory Instructor, 2000