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Commanding Officer
Captain DAVID K. WEISS,  Medical Corps, U.S. Navy
 A native of Nassau Bay, Texas, a 1986 graduate of Baylor University and a 1990 graduate of the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, CAPT Weiss has served in a diverse range of Operational, Clinical and Executive Medicine assignments.

 Weiss's operational assignments include duty with Naval Aviation, Surface Communities and the Marine Corps. During these tours, he has deployed to the PACOM, CENTCOM, SOUTHCOM and AFRICOM Theater of operations. He commanded USNS COMFORT (T-AH 20) Military Treatment Facility to include its role in support of OPERATION CONTINUING PROMISE 2011, he served as Officer in Charge Expeditionary Medical Unit 10, Djibouti Africa in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, and as Platoon Leader for the Shock, Stabilization and Triage Platoon in support of OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM. He served as senior flight surgeon for Helicopter Tactical Wing, Pacific Fleet and Helicopter Combat Support Squadron THREE (HC-3), and as Operational Flight Surgeon with Patrol Squadron FOURTY-SEVEN (VP-47).


CAPT Weiss reports to Naval Hospital Bremerton after serving as Command Surgeon, United States Africa Command from June 2012 to June 2015. In this capacity he served as the senior medical advisor to the four-star Geographic Combatant Commander and Joint Senior Military and Civilian Staff for all matters related to health service support, Health Engagement, and force health protection to 53 sovereign nations in the AFRICOM area of responsibility.CO

His clinical leadership positions include, Executive Officer Naval Health Clinic Patuxent River; Director of Medical Services, Chairman Graduate Medical Education Committee, Emergency Medicine Department Head, and Chairman Medical Records Committee at Naval Hospital Jacksonville; Director of Medical Services, Emergency Medicine Department Head, Chairman Executive Committee Medical Staff, and Chairman Disaster Management Committee at Naval Hospital Sigonella.


Captain Weiss’ military decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal as well as various campaign and unit awards. He is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego and his Transitional internship at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth.


Executive Officer
Captain Kimberly a zuzelski,  Medical Service Corps, U.S. Navy

Born in Detroit, Michigan, CAPT Zuzelski spent most of her school years in Aurora, Colorado where she completed her undergraduate degree in Dietetics from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.

Accessioned through the Healthcare Scholarship Collegiate Program, CAPT Zuzelski commissioned as an Ensign in July 1994.  She reported to the Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, IL, where she served as Clinical Nutrition division officer in the Nutrition Management Department followed by Assistant Department Head.


Selected for full-time duty under instruction, CAPT Zuzelski completed her Masters of Science degree in Clinical Nutrition through the Finch University of Health Sciences, The Chicago Medical School, Chicago, IL in 1998.  She then reported to Naval Hospital Guam as the Nutrition Management Department Head where she worked extensively with the transition of medical food services from government to a base operating support contract and served as the Command Fitness Leader.  Her clinical and collateral workload further developed her interest in sports nutrition and diabetes education. 

CAPT Zuzelski’s next assignment took her to Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms, CA, in 2001 where she continued with management of clinical nutrition, barracks and medical food services as the Department Head.  During this tour, she attained National Board Certification as a Diabetes Educator and was afforded the opportunity to serve as interim Director for Administration (DFA) followed by selection as Director of Ancillary Services.  She reported to the Naval Hospital Bremerton, WA in June 2004 as Department Head of Patient Education that encompassed Case Management, Patient Education, Health Promotions, and Clinical Nutrition Services.  During this tour, she attained National Board Certification as a Specialist in Sports Dietetics, deployed to Kuwait, and was selected to serve as the Deputy Director of Branch Clinics. 


In June 2007, CAPT Zuzelski transferred to the Naval Hospital in Okinawa, Japan.   She served as Nutrition Management Department Head and Medical Inspector General action officer before transitioning to Quality Management as Department Head.  CAPT Zuzelski received her Master of Public Health degree with a leadership focus through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2008, which enabled her to attain the secondary subspecialty of Healthcare Administration. 


From 2008 to 2011, CAPT Zuzelski also served as a consultant to the Navy Surgeon General as the Navy Dietetics Specialty Leader.   Returning to the United States in 2010, CAPT Zuzelski once again served at Naval Hospital Bremerton where she continued patient care, but served as the Command Managed Equal Opportunity Officer and then DFA during the incumbent’s one year deployment.  She subsequently deployed as the DFA to the NATO Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit in Kandahar, Afghanistan from June 2012 until June 2013.  


CAPT Zuzelski reported to the Chief of Naval Personnel Command in Millington, TN in July 2014, where she was assigned as the Healthcare Clinician and Senior Medical Service Corps detailer.     


CAPT Zuzelski reported as Executive Officer at Naval Hospital Bremerton in April 2016. Her personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (five awards) and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (five awards).

Command Master Chief
James M. Reynolds, CMDCM (AW/SW)

  Command Master Chief James Reynolds was born and raised in Portland, OR. He graduated from David Douglas High School and enlisted in the U.S. Navy attending basic training in Great Lakes, IL. on February 21, 1989.

Command Master Chief Reynolds attended Aviation Boatswains Mate Fuels "A" School in Lakehurt, NJ. and his first duty assignment was with the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN 72) where he became a plank owner.

Command Master Chief Reynolds later attended Aviation Boatswain Mate Fuels "C" School in Pensacola, FL. and Physical Security School (9545) in San Antonio, TX. His past assignments consist of Concord Naval Weapons Station, CA, USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70), Naval Hospital Bremerton, WA, USS JOHN C STENNIS (CVN 74), USS NIMITZ (CVN 68), and Patrol Squadron Four Six.

Command Master Chief Reynolds' academic achievements include an Associate in Occupied Safety and Health degree from Columbian Southern University, and he is a graduate from the Navy Senior Enlisted Academy and CMC/COB course.

Command Master Chief Reynolds advanced to Master Chief Petty Officer in 2011. He was selected for Command Master Chief in February 2013. Command Master Chief Reynolds' personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (three awards), Navy Good Conduct Medal (seven awards), Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist Insignia, Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist Insignia and various service and campaign awards. Command Master Chief Reynolds became the Command master Chief of Naval Hospital Bremerton in July 2016.

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