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Naval Hospital, Orlando FL

he Hospital's combined medical and dental staff of over 400 supported the Naval Training Center and other military installations in the Central Florida region, as well as dependents and retirees.

Veterans: 12
Latest Activity: Feb 7

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Comment by David King on February 6, 2014 at 6:32pm

Greg, if we thought you crapped on the group, silence would have NOT been our response.  :)

Comment by Randall L. Bruns on February 6, 2014 at 6:19pm

I stayed in the medical field.  I got my first EMT license in FL in 1978, then my WI EMT license in 1980, then my WI Paramedic license in 1990 while in the USNR.  I worked over 30 years in WI EMS.  Working as a Paramedic was as close to working as a Corpsman that you could get without being a PA/NP/MD.  Had to retire because my back finally said "DONE !!".  2 fusions and 3 surgeries so far, with at least two more to come.

Comment by Judi Maughan on February 6, 2014 at 5:53pm

After d/c from navy in 77, I went to school and have been RN since 1981. Still taking care of America's Heroes at VA. Getting ready for retirement.

My daughter is following in my footsteps. She is Corpsman @ Bethesda  taking care of wounded warriors. She's getting ready to report to Charleston next month.   

Comment by Joseph Pelot on February 6, 2014 at 5:10pm
Im still there. 25 as an HM, retired in 1995, worked several hospitals and in 1997 started at Bethesda. Have been working as career counselor for Navy medical students for past 17 years. No more pt. care though!
Comment by David King on February 6, 2014 at 4:26pm

Not me.  Got tiredof it.

Comment by Joseph Pelot on February 4, 2014 at 7:41pm

The dental clinic was down towards the end of the ramps down by 17, Master at Arms office, Chapel, and sign office (made name tags, etc.).  16 and 15 I believe were Dental.

Comment by David King on February 4, 2014 at 5:57pm

Which wards or departments?

Comment by Randall L. Bruns on February 1, 2014 at 12:16am

The Recruit Dispensary was built in the early 70s.  It was there in Jan, 75 when I went to boot camp there and I worked there in Jul, 75 when I reported back after HM-A school.  It was already well used by then.  It was the second thing we saw when we reported to boot camp that night, after seeing the "Doorknob to Hell" across the street from the Dispensary.  It was at the very end of the boulevard.

Comment by Joseph Pelot on January 31, 2014 at 4:05pm

Sorry, I don't.

The first time there, after the ward, I had the occasion to sleep in the building the ER was in, when driving an ambulance.  Don't remember many folks. Most times it was out back in the Transportation shack. The second time there (76-79) I worked in the AMCC, EKG, med records (all in the building the ER was in). also did a stint at the Recruit Dispensary. How about HM3 Larry Brown, HM3 Frank Farris? They were with me at the recruit side.  Larry Brown was an HMCS in 1995 when I retired, worked at Division Surgeon's Office, 2nd MARDIV at Camp Lejeune.  He was at my retirement ceremony.

Comment by David King on January 31, 2014 at 3:41pm

Joseph, did you know Frank Reusche?  ER?

 

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