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FY-17 MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM SELECTION BOARD RESULTS


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SUBJ/FY-17 MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM
SELECTION BOARD RESULTS//
RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the results of the FY-17 Medical
Service Corps in-service procurement program selection board.
2.  Congratulations to the following selectees:
Health Care Administration
Rate Name                                         Rate Name
HM1      Ashmeade Jason Andre                HMC      Degraff Jr., Jules
Antoine
HM1      Hawaz, Eyob Solomon   HM1      Hicks Matthew William
HM1      Ike, Christopher Chikdoza            ET2         Junio, Dean Ferrer
YN1        Marte, Sipriano Almentero          HMC      Mawanay, Freddie Bayucan
HM2      Oseisomuah, Samuel Tilton         HM1      Rabulan, Rommel Rovira
YN1        Rodriguez, Gricel Palom                HM1      Strutton, Mark Loren
RP1        Wimmer, Christopher Johann    OS1        Wiseman III, Julius
Carter
HM2      Wolfe, Robert Joseph
Physician Assistant
Rate Name                                         Rate Name
HM1      Baker, Rusty Gene          HM1      Boudreau, Ryan Richard
HM1      Chemell, Luigi Wilton      HM1      Clark, Samuel Jason
HM2      Deal, Sarah Beth               HM1      Evans, Nicholas Bertram
AS1        Fernandez, Jose Teodoro             HMC      Hurley, Eric Wayne
HM1      Kim, Kang            HMC      Mendes, Vicente G.
ND1       Sargeant, Jason Michael               HM1      Sawyers, Jeramy Daniel
HM1      Sourivanh, Phokham Mike           HM1      Stauffeneger, Scott
Joseph
Pharmacy
Rate Name                                         Rate Name
FT1         Boyd Jr., Barry   MM1     Santana, Melissa
Environmental Health
Rate Name
HM1      Martinez, Ray
Industrial Hygiene
Rate Name
HMC      Horton, Rachel Lynn
Radiation Health
Rate Name                                         Rate Name
EMCS    Breland, Kevin Juanell    MM1     Rausch, Jeremy Steven
Occupational Therapy
Rate Name                                         Rate Name
HM2      Hernandez, Rojero Yocelin          HM1      Marcantel, Keegan Paul
Social Work
Rate Name                                         Rate Name
HM1      Combs, Timeca Rachelle               YN1        Engel, Keith Oso
3.  The following personnel were selected as alternates (in order of
precedence):
Health Care Administration
Rate Name
PS1         Thomas, Katrina Shauntrell
HM1      Williams, Elena Victoria
HM2      Medalla, Herbie Marvin
Environmental Health
Rate Name
HMC      Gagarin, Glenn
Industrial Hygiene
Rate Name
PS2         Sandoval, Violeta
Radiation Health
Rate Name
ET1         Reevey Jr., Richard Edward
Social Work
Rate Name
MSGT    Lay, Christopher Sale
4.  Alternate selects need not complete the requirements in
paragraph 6.  Alternate selects will be contacted by the Medical
Service Corps community manager if a primary select is unable to
meet commissioning requirements.
5.  This message is not authority to issue appointments.   Upon
successful completion of a nursing degree program, Career
Progression Eligibility (PERS-802) will deliver appointments under
separate cover to selectees as nurse corps ensigns.
6.  Request commanding officers:
    a.  Notify selectees
    b.  Notify Navy Medical Professional Development Command (NAVMED
PDC), Code OG3, no later than 5 February 16 of names of selectees
who decline appointment.
    c.  Hold in abeyance execution of permanent change of station
orders for selectees in receipt of orders and notify Enlisted
Distribution Division (PERS-40) of members selection.
    d.  Ensure selectees are physically qualified prior to
appointment.  Notify NAVMED PDC, Code OG3, of selectees who are not
physically qualified.
    e.  Request selectees provide their current mailing address,
work and home phone numbers and e-mail addresses to NAVMED PDC point
of contact listed in paragraph 8.
    f.  Ensure selectees incur a six-year service obligation prior
to contacting NAVMED PDC to request orders.
7.  Many superb applications went before the board and competition
was robust.  Those selected had the following common
characteristics:
    a.  Sustained superior performance;
    b.  Leadership experience/potential;
    c.  Strong commanding officer endorsements;
    d.  Strong interviewer recommendations;
    e.  Demonstrated sustained academic performance and evidence of
pre-requisite academic test scores;
    f.  Complete and well-organized applications.
8.  Point of contact is Ms. Beverly Kemp, NAVMED PDC Code OG3, at
(301) 319-4520/DSN 285 or via e-mail at
beverly.kemp(at)med.navy.mil.
9.  Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1//
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