NBHC Panama City 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
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Mr. Jose NegronMr. Jose Negron is a native of Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico and served on active duty with the U. S. Navy from 1983 until 2012. His military training assignments include; basic training at Recruit Training Center (RTC) Orlando, Florida, Hospital Corpsman "A” School at Naval School of Health and Science, San Diego, California, Preventive Medicine School, Naval School of Health and Science Detachment Oakland, California, and Field Medical Service School, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina; Radiation Health Indoctrination, Naval Undersea Medical Institute Naval Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut.
Operational assignments include, Pre-Commissioning Detachment and Commissioning crew of the USS IOWA (BB-61), Pascagula, Mississippi and Norfolk, Virginia respectively; USS SCHENECTADY (LST-1185), San Diego, California; USS NASSAU (LHA-4), Norfolk, Virginia; 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Support Group 27, Cherry Point, North Carolina and the Pre-Commissioning Unit and Commissioning crew of the USS GEORGE H W BUSH (CVN-77).
Shore assignments include, Naval Training Center San Diego, California; Naval Hospital Corps School, Great Lakes, Illinois; Naval Hospital Oakland, California; Naval Environmental Preventive Medicine Unit-2, Norfolk, Virginia; Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Florida; Naval Hospital Pensacola, Florida, and the Naval Branch Health Clinic, Panama City, Florida.
Mr. Negron attended the Advanced Leadership Development Training, Mayport, Florida; Health Resources Management Course, Bethesda, Maryland; Executive Medical Department Course, Bethesda, Maryland and the Senior Enlisted Academy, Newport, Rhode Island. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with a concentration in Clinical Management and Leadership from George Washington University, Washington, DC and his Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Management from Strayer University, Washington, DC.
Mr. Negron's awards during his 29 years of military service include the Meritorious Service Medical (two awards), Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal (three awards), Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal (three awards), and various campaign and unit awards. Additionally, in 2008 Mr. Negron was the first recipient of the Stennis Center Senior Chief Storekeeper Charles G. Zwierzynski Leadership Award for outstanding leadership.
Mr. Negron became the Clinic Director of the Naval Branch Health Clinic, Panama City in October 2012.