NAVAL BRANCH HEALTH CLINIC

NASP

 
NBHC NASP is one of 10 branch clinics assigned to Naval Hospital Pensacola.

Vision: To be the health system of readiness and excellence for America’s heroes, past and present, and their families.

Mission:  Deliver high quality health care to ensure a medically ready force and a ready medical force through strategic partnerships and innovation

Guiding Principles: #NHPGREAT
Global Ready Excellent Accessible Trustworthy




     
      LCDR Stephanie Elenbaum, MC


Lieutenant CommanderStephanie  Elenbaum has a total of 17 years of honorable Naval Service.  She is a native of Mayville, Michigan. She graduated from US Naval Academy with a Bachelor’s of Science and Uniformed Services University of Health Services.
Lieutenant Commander Elenbaum entered the Navy in 2000. She was indoctrinated into the Midshipman class of 2004 that summer. For the next 4 years, she completed her undergraduate degree in Chemistry and was selected as a Medical Corps Appointee prior to Commissioning in May 2004. Following Commissioning and attaining rank of ENS, she started her Medical Degree in Bethesda, Maryland at the USU Health Sciences. She successfully earned her Doctorate in Medicine and promoted to Lieutenant in May of 2008.
In 2008, she reported to Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune where she worked as a Family Medicine Intern. Upon completion of Internship in July 2009, she continued at the Camp Lejeune Family Medicine Residency Program, acting as assistant Senior Resident.  In August 2011, she transferred to Naval Health Center Cherry Point and worked as Staff Family Physician.  She also served as AHLTA Super User and Vice Chair of the Medical Executive Committee.  In July 2014, she reported to Field Medical Officer Training, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Upon completion of training, she reported to 2D MLG, CLR-25 as the Regimental Medical Officer.  During her first year she was sent TAD to 2D MARDIV to support the Marine Corps Special Purpose unit, Ground Combat Integrated Task Force serving as Medical Officer. During this TAD she assisted in compiling research data to aid in the decision to allow females in combat roles within the Marine Corps.  In July 2015, she returned to CLR-25 to resume role of Regimental Officer as well as OIC of French Creek Branch Health Clinic. In July, 2017 she transferred to Naval Hospital Pensacola to serve as Family Medicine Staff Physician. In September 2017, she was transferred to Naval Branch Health Clinic (NBHC) NAS Pensacola to serve as Senior Medical Officer. She currently serves as the Officer-in-Charge, NBHC NAS Pensacola.
 Lieutenant Commander Elenbaum’s Awards and decorations include: Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (3), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and various unit awards.
 
   
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