MOS 68B Orthopedic Specialist Duty Descriptions

NCOIC, Orthopedic Clinic

Serves as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of the esteemed Orthopedic Clinic, catering to a beneficiary population of 172,000 individuals, with an average of 1,400 monthly visits. Assumes responsibility for the well-being, training, and supervision of two noncommissioned officers, six civilian health technicians, three medical support assistants, and two radiology technicians. Provides invaluable assistance to seven Orthopedic Surgeons, one Physician Assistant, and two Podiatrists in the treatment of Orthopedic injuries and minor surgical procedures. Ensures the accountability and serviceability of medical and office equipment valued at over $1.1 million.

68B4O Orthopedic NCO

Serves as the NCOIC of Orthopedic Services within a Level II hospital, comprising four distinct clinics: Orthopedic, Podiatry, Castroom, and Orthotics and Prosthetics clinics. Offers counseling, mentorship, and supervision to one NCO and eight civilian employees, while providing support to three military Orthopedic physicians, one military Podiatrist, one military Physician Assistant, one civilian orthopedic physician, and one civilian Physician Assistant. Manages a hand receipt valued over $211,000 and oversees a budget valued at $910,000.

68B2O Orthopedic Sergeant

Serves as the Orthopedic Castroom Sergeant, providing invaluable support to four Orthopedic Surgeons, two Orthopedic Physician Assistants, and caring for over 50,000 beneficiaries in and around Fort Riley. Oversees the day-to-day operations of the castroom, ensuring quality patient care, managing appointment bookings, and supervising three civilian orthopedic technicians. Serves as the custodian of three organizational Hand Receipts totaling $299,363.74.

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