Meritorious service while serving as Non Commissioned Officer in Charge of Pharmacy Operations, 380th Expeditionary Medical Group, 380th Air Expeditionary Wing, Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. During this period, Master Sergeant Johnson managed all medication prescriptions for a joint population of 3,200 personnel in support of Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and NEW DAWN, and Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, resulting in more than 7,000 care visits. He was the foundation behind the wing No-Go program, issuing 4,000 medication doses which reset the circadian rhythm of 678 flyers supporting 3,500 sorties and enabling 19,000 flying hours. In addition, Sergeant Johnson managed 223 line items worth 32,000 dollars and dispensed 2,200 outpatient prescriptions. He educated beneficiaries on the Tricare Mail Order Pharmacy which expanded pharmacy capabilities and sustained prescription availability. He also pioneered the first ever controlled pharmacy area and initiated a self inspection program which rectified nine discrepancies and saved 9,000 dollars. Further, he streamlined drug processing time by exploiting medical record software capabilities, decreasing patient wait times by 75 percent. The singularly distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Johnson reflect great credit upon himself, the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing and the United States Army.
During this period, the outstanding professionalism, leadership, and tenaciousness efforts of Master Sergeant Lujan resulted in major contributions to the efficiency and performance of the Pharmacy services. Under his leadership, the Department of Pharmacy quickly adapted to unforeseen challenges of staff shortages, increased demand, and Joint Commission compliance to maintain hospital accreditation. His interpersonal and organizational skills were vital to the service's success in supporting all hospital departments and ensuring the continuous delivery of patient care. During this period, the hospital went through TJC accreditation and movement of services to a temporary building due to renovations while maintaining an average patient wait time of less than 25 minutes. The sterling accomplishments of Master Sergeant Lujan bring great credit upon himself, the Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital and the United States Army.
Pharmacy Department NCOIC
For meritorious service while serving as Pharmacy Department NCOIC at Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital, Fort Polk, Louisiana from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. During this period, Master Sergeant Walker oversaw pharmacy service clinical enablers that involved both In/Out-patient clinic functions at USAMEDDAC, Fort Polk, a 20-bed community hospital with a pharmacy staff of 30 personnel and a $10 million pharmacy budget. In addition, He oversaw Outpatient Pharmacy comprised of 24 employees and assisted in directing the provision of safe, quality pharmaceutical care, dispensing an average of over 800 medication orders daily to an enrolled beneficiary population of 22,000 and supported units totaling over 60,000 soldiers annually. The sterling accomplishments of Master Sergeant Walker bring great credit upon himself, USAMEDDAC Fort Polk and the United States Army.
SGT Camyonce' served as the Pharmacy Noncommissioned Officer In-charge for XXXX. She developed an up to date Standard Operating Procedure to refine specific guidelines on pharmacy accountability, safety, and assisted with periodic inspections. She conducted 28 Narcotic inventories and had oversight of three narcotic vaults in outlying clinics. She maintained her equipment and inventory valued at $80,590.03 with zero discrepancies.
Successfully passing the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) exam and earning her credentials. She demonstrated dedication, competence and commitment to the highest standards of the pharmacy profession and to quality patient care. Earning the PTCB certification enhances the Soldier's technical skills and increases the efficiency and productivity within the military pharmacy specialty while simultaneously improving the pharmacy profession. The accomplishments of SGT Hostess bring great credit upon herself, the 204th Area Support Medical Company and the United States Army.
Sergeant Pozzi's relentless drive for improvement yielded the PTCB national certification and he is now a certified pharmacy technician while he continues to support the 325th Combat Support Hospital.
For superior performance and exemplary service while serving as Pharmacy NCOIC at Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic.
Sergeant Sullivan worked both day and night shifts to fill in during unscheduled manning shortages and ensured 24-hour coverage in the Pharmacy.
Sergeant Sullivan identified and tracked medical supply problems and prevented shortages twice in one month.
He successfully integrated personnel from 3 different units and processed over 45,000 prescriptions efficiently.