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Medical Service

Honolulu, HI
October 22, 2018

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Navy (Feb 2002 > Aug 2018)

Petty Officer 1st Class

HM - Hospital Corpsman

Personal Summary

“Experienced professional with advanced technical and leadership training, skilled at motivating teams to perform at their best in order to accomplish organizational goals. Able to manage and supervise teams and direct day-to-day work activity. Highly qualified, dependable and result-driven professional demonstrating solid interpersonal and outstanding communication skills. Patient-focused and strategic problem solver who utilize critical thinking skills and precision ensuring excellent customer service, patient safety, and delivers high level of quality health care. Mourao provided medical care and trained thousands of Sailors and Marines throughout his Naval career. He is reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities.”


Phlebotomists (16 years)

Draw blood for tests, transfusions, donations, or research. May explain the procedure to patients and assist in the recovery of patients with adverse reactions.

Medical Records and Health Information Technicians (16 years)

Compile, process, and maintain medical records of hospital and clinic patients in a manner consistent with medical, administrative, ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements of the health care system. Process, maintain, compile, and report patient information for health requirements and standards in a manner consistent with the healthcare industry's numerical coding system.

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)(1 year)

Greeting patients Updating medical records Answering phones or email Scheduling appointments for patients, admissions, or laboratory services Filling out insurance paperwork Managing billing and bookkeeping On the clinical side, medical assistants will often: Prepare patients for examination. Assist the physician or nurse while an exam is going on. Conduct basic tests. Sterilize equipment. Draw blood. Change dressings or remove sutures. Work with medical equipment, such as X-rays. Assist with the administration of medication. Help with authorizing prescription refills.


Hawaii Pacific University (Aug 2018 - Current)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (In Process)

Studied: Registered nursing/registered nurse

Hospital Corpsman (Feb 2002 - Aug 2007)


Assisting in prevention and treatment of disease and injuries.

Caring for sick and injured.

Administering immunization programs.

Rendering emergency medical treatment.

Instructing sailors and marines in first aid, self-aid and personal hygiene procedures.

Transporting the sick and injured.

Conducting preliminary physical examinations.

Performing medical administrative, supply and accounting procedures.

Maintaining treatment records and reports.

Supervising shipboard and field environmental sanitation and preventive medicine programs.

Supervising air, water, food and habitability standards.

Preventive Medicine Technician (Aug 2007 - Feb 2011)


Preventive Medicine Technicians assist Medical Department Officers in the performance of Preventive Medicine and Occupational Health Programs for Navy and Marine Corps forces ashore and afloat. Perform inspections and surveys food and food service facilities, potable water systems, solid wastes and wastewater disposal sites/systems, vehicles, and transport containers. Conduct bacteriological analysis of food, water, and ice samples. Conduct epidemiological investigations and reporting; interviews and counsel patients with communicable diseases; administer mass immunizations programs. Conduct disease vector control programs. Proficient in all aspects of field sanitation. Assist to ensure work environments are healthful, consistent with NAVOSH standards.

Independent Duty Corpsman (Feb 2011 – Feb 2012


Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman serve as the Medical Department Representative aboard surface ships, with Fleet Marine Forces units, and isolated duty stations, independent of a medical officer. Perform diagnostic procedures, advance first aid, basic life support, nursing procedures, minor surgeries, basic clinical laboratory procedures, and other routine health care. Manage preventive medicine and industrial health surveillance programs, and associated shipboard administrative and logistical duties. Provide health education to junior medical and nonmedical personnel. Perform patient care and medical management functions. Senior medical personnel assigned to shore and operational units provide medical assistance, training, and inspection services for the crew.

Awards & Honors

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal

Honors meritorious service or achievement in either combat or noncombat situations based on sustained performance or specific achievement of a superlative nature but which does not warrant a Commendation Medal or higher

Navy Unit Commendation

Military honor awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to any ship; aircraft wing, group, squadron, detachment or crew; or other unit of the United States Navy or Marine Corps which has distinguished itself in action against the enemy with outstanding heroism but not sufficient to justify award of the U.S. Presidential Unit Citation.

Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation

Military honor to recognize any Navy military command which displays exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding service, heroic deeds, or valorous actions.

Navy "E" Ribbon

This ribbon denotes permanent duty on U.S. Navy ships, aviation squadrons, or units (including construction battalions) that have won a battle efficiency competition (Battle "E") after July 1, 1974. To win a battle efficiency competition, the command must prove its overall readiness to carry out wartime assignments based on a year-long evaluation process.

Navy Good Conduct Medal

The oldest Good Conduct Medal, the Navy version is given to members of the U.S. Navy who display exemplary behavior and fidelity in active federal military service.

National Defense Service Medal

The oldest "service medal" in the United States, this military honor recognizes those who served honorably during a designated time period of which a "national emergency" had been declared during a time of war or conflict.

Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

Military honor to recognize military service members who have deployed overseas in direct service to the War on Terror from September 11, 2001 to a date to be determined.

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Military honor to recognizes those military service members who have performed service in the War on Terror from September 11, 2001, to a date yet to be determined.

Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon

Military honor to recognize service members who have performed military duty while stationed on a United States Navy, Coast Guard, or Army vessel at sea and/or members of the Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard who have been forward-deployed with their home unit.

Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon

MIlitary honor to recognize service members who have served outside the borders of the United States of America.

Navy Expert Rifleman Medal

Presented upon successful completion of a weapons qualification course or high achievement in an official marksmanship competition.

Navy Expert Pistol Shot Medal

Presented upon successful completion of a weapons qualification course or high achievement in an official marksmanship competition.


Afloat Training Group Middle Pacific Fleet Support Operations Medical (F-SOM) Team Lead and Assessor, Pearl Harbor, HI 2015 – 2018.

Successfully trained 1,200 sailors onboard five Pearl Harbor based warships and three Coast Guard Cutters through their basic phase training leading to 100% certification. " Sustained Command Medical Readiness above 90% for 175 personnel.

Senior Medical Department Representative, USS Typhoon Manama, Bahrain 2014-2015

Track and manage Medical Readiness for the entire crew raising overall readiness from 50% to 100% " Ensure critical Naval Occupational Health programs were Effective passing Bumed and OPNAV inspections with 100% Readiness. " Stood watch as Deck Safety and Conning Officer for over 35 Sea and Anchor detail evolutions, 40 small boat operations, 25 Southern Arabian Gulf Patrols, and 12 Straits of Homuz escorts in support of Maritime Security Operations.

Independent Duty Corpsman, Naval Medical Center San Diego,CA 2013-2014

Health care provider for 4,300 benefeciaries. " Expertly and skillfully conducted over 800 medical encounters, treated 500 acute patients in sick call, and placed over 100 specialty care consultations. " Completed 300 Periodic Health Assessments, supervised 25 subordinates and trained 72 students

Independent Duty Corpsman, 7th Engineer Support Battalion, Camp Pendleton,CA 2011-2013

Manage and supervised the medical care for 1,400 Marines. " Skillfully conducted over 3,560 medical encounters, treated 2,170 patients for sick call and conducted 1,390 administrative encounters. " Instructed 60 Basic Life Support Classes to 60 sailors, and provide 100 hours of instructional lectures. " Organized two blood donor drives in direct support of the troops forward in Afghanistan, collecting a total over 1000 units of blood.

Preventive Medical Technician, Naval Branch Health Clinic El Centro, CA 2007-2011

Administer over 1500 vaccines in support over 750 beneficiaries Conducted 80 Health Service inspections ensuring food service activities were safe for use by the entire Base population " Extraordinary dedicated researcher, created the first and only West Nile Virus surveillance program in existence. Directed multiple civilian and Department of Defense assets whose efforts reduced the mosquito population on board Naval Air Facility El Centro by 50% and zero infection rate. " Only enlisted service member to present a paper point presentation to the Entomological Society of America annual conference for the West Nile mosquito Surveillance Program. His program has become the model for future Naval programs worldwide.

Hospital Corpsman, Marine Corps Security Force Battalion, Norfolk-VA 2004-2007

Provide medical coverage for 250 field operations " Provide Medical Support to over 100 Marines while forward deployed to Guantanamo Bay Cuba " Provide security and medical coverage to 43 Marines while deployed world- wide " While attached to the Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team Hospital Corpsman Mourao, Leonardo provided medical coverage for his platoon while providing security to the U.S Embassy in Dili, East Timor during civil war.

Hospital Corpsman, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA 2002-2004

Shift supervisor for entire Intensive Care Unit/Stepdown ICU, responsible for the supervision of 24 Hospital Corpsman. " Level III trained ICU/SDICU/PCU/PICU " Exceptional manager ensure departments follows BUMED and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) Education and Training

Military Schools

Hospital Corpsman C-School NEC 0000

Field Medical Service School NEC 8404

Preventive Medical Technician NEC 8432

Independent Duty Corpsman NEC 8425

Instructor School NEC 9502

Navy Command Fitness Leader NEC 95PT

Basic Life Support

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