CDR (Ret) Victoria Crescenzi was born and raised in the Bronx, NY.  She was commissioned into the United States Navy Medical Corps during medical school at New York Medical College, in Valhalla, NY.  After graduation, she trained in pediatrics at National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, MD.


Dr. Crescenzi served as staff pediatrician at Naval Hospital Patuxent River, MD from 1992 to 1995.  She completed her Developmental and Behavioral (D&B) pediatrics fellowship training at the University of Maryland Baltimore in 1998.  She served as a D&B pediatrician in Naples, Italy, Portsmouth, VA, and finally in 2004 she arrived at Bremerton, WA where she retired from active duty and has continued to serve military beneficiaries as a civilian D&B pediatrician at Naval Hospital Bremerton.


Dr. Crescenzi was appointed by Governor Gregoire to serve on the State Interagency Coordinating Council, supporting Washington’s infants and children with disabilities from 2005-2010.  She served as the Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee for resident education for four years.  She is currently faculty at the University of Washington in Family Medicine and at Madigan Army Medical Center (MAMC) in D&B pediatrics.  She has provided her expertise to the State’s Autism Task force, contributing to the blueprint for resources and support of people with autism in Washington.  She also provides guidance and expertise to local agencies and support groups for children with disabilities.


Brynne Standaert, MD


Lt. Col. (Ret) Brynne Standaert attained her undergraduate degree from the United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO and her medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD.  She completed her residency at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base/Wright State University Combined Pediatric Residency Program.


Dr. Standaert distinctively served over 20 years in the United States Air Force and continues to serve military beneficiaries as a civilian pediatrician at Naval Hospital Bremerton.

Joshua Eubanks, MD FAAP



LT Joshua Eubanks was born and raised in the Atlanta area.  He graduated from Emory University in Atlanta with his Bachelor of Arts in 2010 and the Emory University School of Medicine in 2014.


Dr. Eubanks commissioned into the United States Navy Medical Corps in 2014 and was assigned to Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA for his Pediatric Internship and Residency from 2014-2017.  He was competitively selected to serve as the Pediatric Chief Resident at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth from 2017-2018.  As both staff pediatrician and Chief Resident, his responsibilities included patient care and the scheduling, education, and management of 30 pediatric residents, 60+ medical students, and several rotating residents from other specialties.  He joined the pediatrics team at Naval Hospital Bremerton, WA as a general pediatrician in the summer of 2018.


Dr. Eubanks is Board Certified in pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Jeffrey Martens, MD



CDR Jeffrey Martens was born at Eglin AFB, FL and was raised in Massachusetts.  He is the son of an Air Force pilot, likely prompting his life-long interest in military aviation.  He was a Military History major at Princeton University and received his Medical Degree from the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD.


After his Pediatric Internship, CDR Martens completed a tour as the last Navy Flight Surgeon assigned to Naval Air Station Keflavik, Iceland before its closure.  He then transferred to Naval Medical Center Bethesda, MD to complete his Pediatrics Residency.  He went on to serve as a staff pediatrician at Naval Hospital Bremerton, WA for four years before returning to Flight Surgery with the 3rd Marine Air Wing (MAW) at MCAS Miramar, CA.  While with 3rd MAW, he also deployed to Camp Bastion/Leatherneck in Helmand Province, Afghanistan as the Wing Surgeon (FWD). He is currently serving as a staff pediatrician and Medical Executive Committee Chair at Naval Hospital Bremerton.

Rivka Weiss, PNP



CDR Rivka Weiss was born in Westchester, NY and was raised in a multilingual household in Zurich, Switzerland.  She graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University, New York City with her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology in 1995 and went on to graduate from Yale School of Nursing with a Master’s of Science in Nursing in 1998.  She commissioned into the United States Navy Nurse Corps in October 2001.


Since then, CDR Weiss has been assigned to various commands including: Naval Medical Center San Diego, Naval Medical Center Camp Pendleton, Naval Hospital Twenty Nine Palms, Naval Hospital Okinawa Japan, and Naval Branch Health Clinic Bahrain.  Currently, she serves as the Department Head of Pediatrics and Medical Home Port Champion for Naval Hospital Bremerton.


CDR Weiss is an Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant and has helped mother/baby dyads successfully breast feed for over 10 years.