68D3O Operating Room NCO – NCOIC, Anesthesia
Serves as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of the Anesthesia Department in a 91-bed Medical Center with an eight-suite Operating Room (OR). Oversees ten services performing over 4,500 procedures annually. Manages the technical and tactical training, career development, and supervision of four Anesthesiologists, nine Nurse Anesthetists, and four technicians. Handles logistical and clinical supply requirements while ensuring compliance with safety initiatives. Performs anesthesia technician duties and maintains the maintenance and accountability of medical equipment valued at approximately $3 million.
68D30-NCOIC, Operating Room
Serves as the NCOIC of the Operating Room in the largest Department of Defense tri-service Military Medical Center. Coordinates and schedules surgery for 25 surgical suites, with an average of 1,200 surgical procedures per month. Responsible for the professional development of 97 Soldiers, Sailors, DoD, and contract civilian personnel. Ensures quality patient care within the Operating Room and Labor and Delivery surgical suites. Acts as an advisor to the Deputy Commander of Nursing on Operating Room matters. Manages a Hand Receipt valued at over $35 million.
68D30-Sterile Processing NCOIC
Serves as the NCOIC of the Sterile Processing Department in the largest Department of Defense tri-service Military Medical Center. Maintains compliance with regulatory healthcare and training standards. Provides advice to the Deputy Commander of Nursing on sterilization and storage matters. Responsible for the professional development of 55 Soldiers, Sailors, DoD Civilians, and contract personnel. Offers 24-hour support to a 20-suite Operating Room and three ancillary surgical suites, averaging 1,200 surgical procedures per month. Provides clinical support to 38 specialty clinics.
68D40-Sr. Operating Room NCO
Serves as the NCOIC of PeriOperative Nursing Services in the largest Department of Defense Military Medical Center. Responsible for the professional development of 316 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, DoD civilians, and contract personnel performing 1,000 surgical cases per month, including wounded warriors and leaders. Ensures quality patient care within the Operating Room, Sterile Processing Department, Ambulatory/Short Stay Unit, and Post Anesthesia Care Unit. Acts as an advisor to the Deputy Commander of Nursing Leadership for PeriOperative regulatory healthcare and training standards. Provides guidance at the departmental and organizational levels.
68D40-Sr. Operating Room NCO
Serves as the NCOIC of the PeriOperative Nursing Services. Oversees patient care activities within the Operating Room, CMS, PACU/SDS, providing care and services for over 200 beneficiaries per month. Maintains compliance with regulatory healthcare and training standards through departmental and organizational guidance. Advises the Deputy Commander of Nursing (DCN) and Chief Wardmaster on CMS and surgical technician practices and standards. Responsible for the professional growth and development of six NCOs, eight junior enlisted, and nine civilian staff members. Exercises custodial responsibility over equipment and supplies in multiple sections valued at over $3.1 million.
68D40-NCOIC, PERIOPERATIVE NURSING SECTION
Serves as the NCOIC of the Perioperative Nursing Section in a 136-bed Level III trauma Army Medical Center. Provides oversight for the Operating Room, Central Material Service, Post-Anesthesia Care Unit, and Same Day Surgery Ward. Manages 70 enlisted Soldiers and civilian paraprofessionals. Responsible for a hand receipt worth over $2.9 million. Disseminates information, interprets and enforces Army regulations and nursing policies relevant to section administration and military mission. Guides, trains, counsels, and develops subordinates. Develops and evaluates training programs and provides guidance on section administration. Acts as an advisor to the Chief, Perioperative Nursing Section.
68D20-Operating Room NCO
Assists in the management of a six-suite Operating Room (OR) in a 78-bed community hospital, with an average of 400 surgical cases per month. Coordinates daily room assignments for 18 OR technicians and ensures adequate staffing and proper functioning of equipment in all surgical suites. Directly supervises, counsels, and mentors four Soldiers. Performs daily inspections of the OR to maintain a safe, clean, and organized environment for patients. Assists with the maintenance and management of medical equipment valued at over $3.6 million. Conducts in-services and non-medical training for 36 staff members.