Jump to content


Forum | Advancement | Career | Veteran | Bases | Enlisted Portal


Sign in to follow this  
Tony

FY-17 ENLISTED TO MEDICAL DEGREE PREPARATORY PROGRAM SELECTION BOARD RESULTS

Rate this topic

Recommended Posts

Tony

UNCLASSIFIED
ROUTINE
R 261259Z MAY 17
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
TO NAVADMIN
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC
BT
UNCLAS
PASS TO OFFICE CODES:
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//

NAVADMIN 128/17

MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/MAY//

SUBJ/FY-17 ENLISTED TO MEDICAL DEGREE PREPARATORY PROGRAM SELECTION BOARD 
RESULTS//

REF/A/MSG/CNO WASHINTGON DC/121524ZSEP16//
REF/B/DOC/BUMED/7MAY15//
REF/C/DOC/COMNAVPERSCOM/18OCT10//
NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 202/16, FY-17 ENLISTED TO MEDICAL DEGREE PREPARATORY 
PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT.  REF B IS BUMEDINST 1500.31, UNIFORMED SERVICES 
UNIVERSITY OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES ENLISTED TO MEDICAL DEGREE PREPARATORY 
PROGRAM.  REF C IS MILPERSMAN ARTICLE 1306-604, ACTIVE OBLIGATED SERVICE 
(OBLISERV) FOR SERVICE SCHOOLS.//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the results of the FY-17 Enlisted to Medical 
Degree Preparatory Program (EMDP2) from reference (a), which solicited 
applications for the FY-17 EMDP2.

2.  As outlined in reference (b), EMDP2 is a 2-year undergraduate education 
program open to enlisted personnel of all ratings who meet eligibility 
requirements.  The EMDP2 is a partnership between the Uniformed Services 
University of Health Science (USUHS) and the armed services to provide an 
opportunity for highly-motivated, academically-promising enlisted Service 
Members.  The EMDP2 consists of intensive coursework, preparation, and 
mentoring to prepare students for application to medical school.  Upon 
completion of the program, successful students will be competitive for 
acceptance to U.S. medical schools.

3.  Congratulations to the following individuals who were selected to 
participate in the EMDP2 beginning in August 2017:

Name                Rate
Albright, Alexis        HM1
Fenalon, Ezechiel        HM1
Goldstein, Michael    GM2
Lemond, Joseph        HM3
Roderio, Tania        HM2

4.  This message is not authority to issue appointments.  Selectees will 
receive permanent change of station orders (PCS) to USUHS and all school 
expenses (i.e., books, tuition, labs, etc.) will be paid by USUHS for the 
entire length of the course.  EMDP2 participants who complete program 
requirements but fail to obtain acceptance to a medical school, or who are 
disenrolled from the program, will be detailed at the discretion of the Navy 
Personnel Command.

5.  Commanding officers are directed to:
    a.  Notify selectees.
    b.  For selectees who decline, notify the point of contact provided in 
paragraph 8.
    c.  Hold in abeyance execution of PCS for selectees in receipt of orders.
    d.  Notify the enlisted community manager of members selection.
    e.  Ensure selectees obligate service for 60 months from the convening 
date of the program, in line with reference (c).

6.  Many superb applications were reviewed by the selection board and 
competition was robust.  Those individuals selected shared the following 
common characteristics in their application packages as observed by the 
selection board:
    a.  Met 100 percent of all submission requirements.
    b.  High cumulative grade point average.
    c.  Strong, authentic commanding officer endorsement.
    d.  Compelling appraisal recommendations.
    e.  Demonstrated sustained superior and academic performance in the 
classroom and on prerequisite standardized testing.
    f.  Personal statement was well articulated.

7.  Individuals not selected are strongly encouraged to continue working 
toward their professional goals and reapply as eligible.

8.  Point of contact is HMCS Joh Hendrick, Medical Corps Liaison, Medical 
Corps, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, (703) 681-4334, or via e-mail at 
john.hendrick.mil(at)mail.mil.

9.  Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//

BT
#0001
NNNN
UNCLASSIFIED//

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  

  • Who's Online   0 Members, 0 Anonymous, 7 Guests (See full list)

    There are no registered users currently online



  • Collisions at Sea   5 members have voted

    1. 1. Do you believe a higher operational tempo worldwide is contributing to more accidents at sea?


      • Yes
      • No

    Please sign in or register to vote in this poll. View topic
  • Popular Contributors

    Nobody has received reputation this week.

×