Rodney W Toler
Williamsburg, VA 23188
Transition from active duty Navy to obtain civilian employment as a Rig Medic or similar position.
Military experience as an Independent Duty Hospital Corpsman with an NEC 8425.
Over 26 years of experience in the medical field.
Current U.S. Passport.
Current Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).
Current Merchant Mariner Credential as Hospital Corpsman.
Current Secret Security Clearance. Expires January 2020.
Current BLS Provider and Instructor certification.
Proficient in SNAP Automated Medical System (SAMS) and other programs.
November 2012 to Current
Navy Cargo Handling Battalion One (NCHB1), Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Command Williamsburg, VA
Medical Department Supervisor
???Senior Medical Department Representative responsible for the health, wellbeing and over all medical readiness of all staff as to be physically ready to deploy at a moments notice.
???Supervise a team of two Independent Duty Corpsmen, two Preventive Medicine Technicians and four General Duty Corpsmen.
October 2007 to October 2012
Naval Branch Health Clinic Gulfport, MS
Chief Hospital Corpsman
???Led 20 military and civilian clinical staff in the provisional of care for over 1,500 patient encounters each month.
???Introduced a new concept of patient evaluation based on regular communication between clinical team members, leading to a more comprehensive treatment plan.
???Eliminated the need for weekly meetings by reorganizing work spaces so that administrative and clinical teams could continuously communicate addressing critical patient issues as they arose without a waiting period.
???Provided on-the-job mentorship of staff, which resulted in a 28% advancement rate, 96% retention rate, and numerous base-wide recognitions for superior performance.
???Created a new Disaster Preparedness Program in cooperation with local, state, and federal entities by training and developing staff, establishing multiple shelters with fully-stocked emergency supplies, medical kits, food, and bedding.
???Achieved a 0% rate of alcohol and drug related incidents by delivering over 20 hours of substance abuse awareness/prevention training and providing information on available resources.
???Led a team of 29 Navy and Marine Corps personnel as part of a medical shock trauma and resuscitative surgical team in a combat zone in Helmand province, Afghanistan.
October 2005 to October 2007
USS Boone (FFG-28) Mayport, FL
Independent Duty Corpsman
???Overall responsible for the health care and physical wellbeing of the crew
???Provided medical examination, diagnostics and treatment for a crew over 200 personnel independent of a physician. Regulated both occupational and non-occupational screenings and physical examinations
???Managed and taught Occupational Health and Safety as well as preventive medicine programs to include prophylactic immunization, heat stress, hearing conservation, asbestos abatement, and CPR certification/recertification programs.
???Conducted regular sanitation inspections of living spaces, laundry facilities, barber shop, food service spaces and personnel inspections for food service workers. This included annual health screening and training of all food handlers onboard.
???Supervised the shipboard potable water treatment programs of the Engineering Department to maintain healthy water sources.
???Administered shipboard pest control management programs at sea as well as domestic and foreign piers.
August 2002 to August 2004
USS Doyle (FFG-39) Mayport, FL
General Duty Corpsman
???Performed basic medical physical examinations under the supervision of a seasoned Independent Duty Corpsman.
???Conducted basic first aid and stretcher bearer training to all crewmembers
???Maintained the medical supply system in SAMS, meticulous bulkhead to bulkhead inventories, all emergency medical equipment throughout the ship, and sterilization protocol of all surgical kits
2005 Naval School of Health Sciences San Diego, CA
Diploma with Honors Medicine
Specialized training to Serve as the Medical Department Representative (MDR) aboard surface ships, with the units of the Fleet Marine Force, and at various isolated duty stations ashore independent of a medical officer. Credentialed to perform patient care and associated shipboard administrative and logistical duties, diagnostic procedures, advanced first aid, basic life support, nursing procedures, minor surgery, basic clinical laboratory procedures, and other routine and emergency health care. Also trained to conduct and direct preventive medicine and industrial health surveillance programs, provide for health education to junior medical and all non-medical personnel. Credentialed to perform all patient care and medical management functions set forth in Chapter 9, Manual of the Medical Department. Additionally, when assigned ashore, graduates have been primarily assigned as non-physician health care providers at fixed medical treatment facilities (MTFs).
United States Navy
Chief Petty Officer's Assn.
Independent Duty Corpsman Assn.
November 2011 to Current
Medical Department Supervisor/Chief Hospital Corpsman
October 2007 to October 2011
Naval Branch Health Clinic, Naval Construction Center Gulfport, MS
Chief Hospital Corpsman
September 2005 to October 2007
USS Boone ,
Independent Duty Corpsman
2004 to 2005
Naval School of Health Sciences ,
April 2002 to August 2004
USS Doyle (FFG-39) ,