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Education Operations manages student movement through medical training programs , manages student records and liaises with the Interservice Training Office (ITRO) regarding Joint Service training. Additionally, the department ensures programs/courses meet requirements to maintain programatic accreditation for specific courses and institutional accreditation the the Council on Occupational Education (COE.

The NMFSC Registrar maintains training records and is the primary source verifier for Navy Medicine Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs including the Navy Nurse Corps Anesthetist Programs (NNCAP prior to 2011) that have closed.  The Registrar also is the primary source verifier for all non-Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) enlisted training.

For all METC verification requests: 

Other Registrar functions:

  • Liaise with the Uniform Services University, College of Allied Health Sciences (USU-CAHS) to support college transcripts and/or degree paths for selected programs. Degree paths, Student Handbooks and contact information can be found online.
  • American Council on Education (ACE) Coordinator for Navy Medicine programs not affiliated with USU-CAHS
  • Liaise with the Joint Services Transcript (JST) office. Office JSTs can be obtained at
  • Closed GME program records held by the NMFSC Registrar.
    • Naval Hospital Charleston
    • Naval Hospital Oakland
    • Naval Hospital Pensacola
    • Naval Hospital Bremerton

Note** All verification requests are generally completed within two working days of receipt.

Registrar 210.808.9649                                     Assistant Registrar  210.808.9646                     Registrar Mailbox            

Fax 210.808.0500

  • Naval Medical Leader & Professional Development Command (NMLPDC) [external link]
  • Tri-service Optician School (TOPS) (NMLPDC is parent command)
  • Navy Medicine Training Support Center (NMTSC) [external link]
  • Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) [external link]
  • Navy Medicine Operational Training Command (NMOTC) (parent command for the following)  [external link]
  • Surface Warfare Medical Institute (SWMI)
  • Naval Aerospace Medical Institute (NAMI)
  • Naval Expeditionary Medical Training Institute (NEMTI)
  • Naval Undersea Medical Institute (NUMI)

Navy Medicine quota managers track all Navy Medicine training courses (officer and enlisted), as well as request quotas for Navy Medicine personnel to attend other Services' courses. The primary Corporate Enterprise Training Activity Resource Systems (CeTARS) and Catalog of Navy Training Courses (CANTRAC) managers are:- 

- Mr. Milford Rosemond:
- Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Amity Montoya:

  • The quota management section can be reached at (210) 808-9648/9650
Quota managers liaison with the following commands for student enrollment and graduation input: For more information on available courses contact:

Governing and Recommending Agencies

Council on Occupational Education (COE) [external link]
The COE is an institutional accrediting agency for occupational training programs that assures “quality and integrity in career and technical education.” Programs under the purview of NMFSC and its subordinate commands undergo stringent reviews to ensure students receive training of the highest quality. NMFSC and it subordinate commands celebrate over 35 years of COE accreditation!

American Council on Education (ACE) [external link]
ACE reviews training and education programs and makes recommendations for college credit equivalencies that apply to service members’ Joint Service Transcripts. Students that graduate from courses or programs reviewed by ACE can receive recognition of their training by requesting college transfer credits be applied to degree programs at institutions of higher learning.

College of Allied Health Sciences (CAHS) [external link
CAHS falls under the Uniformed Services University and provides professional training to uniformed personnel. Competencies and credentials achieved through CAHS translate directly to the civilian sector. NMFSC currently has two programs that offer degree paths through CAHS, with more programs under evaluation for addition to the College’s course catalog.

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