About Us

Commanding Officer
CAPTAIN PATRICK J. FITZPATRICK, NURSE CORPS, U.S. NAVY
COCAPT Fitzpatrick is the second of a three generation Navy Family.  He enlisted in the Naval Reserve as a SEABEE from Missoula, MT in 1992, and was commissioned as a Reserve Nurse Corps Officer in 1998.
 
He transferred to active duty in 2000, and was assigned as an emergency/trauma RN at Naval Hospital Bremerton (2000-2003), and then to US Naval Hospital Naples, Italy (2003-2006).  He attended graduate studies at the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, and was assigned to Naval Hospital Jacksonville, FL (2008-2011) as an emergency Clinical Nurse Specialist and emergency nurse practitioner.  He helped implement NH Jacksonville’s Flu Clinic in the response to the 2009 flu pandemic.

He deployed from Jacksonville to the multi-national Joint Forces Role-III hospital at Bastion in Helmand, Afghanistan as a trauma coordinator for the Joint Theater Trauma System.  While at Bastion, he participated in process improvement and research into wartime trauma.

He transferred to US Naval Hospital Guam in 2012.  He was assigned as the Command’s Transition Coordinator, and his team oversaw the final design and outfitting of a $162M state-of-the-art replacement hospital.  They managed the training and transfer of hospital staff and patients, and coordinated with regional governments to facilitate access to excess equipment.  This highly successful project was completed without degradation of hospital services.

He served as Associate Director for Medical Services at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth Virginia from April 2016-November 2018 and Interim Director for Strategy and Operations from November 2018–April 2019, overseeing initial NMRTC and DHA transition activities.  He deployed to the USNS COMFORT (T-AH-20) during Continuing Promise 2015, a humanitarian mission to 11 countries in South and Central America as a surgical care coordinator. He served as the Executive Officer of Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point, NC from May, 2019 to July 2021.  CAPT Fitzpatrick reported to NMRTC/Naval Hospital Bremerton as Commanding Officer and Director in August 2021.

CAPT Fitzpatrick is proud to have served with several high-performance teams over the course of his career.  His personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, The Navy Commendation Medal, The Joint Service achievement medal, and the Navy Achievement Medal.
Executive Officer
CAPTAIN JEFFREY FEINBERG,  MEDICAL CORPS, U.S. NAVY
XOCAPT Feinberg, a native of Scottsdale, AZ, obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice University in Houston, Texas and was commissioned as an ensign in 1993. ENS Feinberg reported to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD. Upon graduation, he earned a doctorate in medicine in 1997.

LT Feinberg reported to Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton in 1997 for a Family Medicine internship and graduated in 1998. LT Feinberg trained in flight surgery in Pensacola, Fla., followed by assignment as a squadron flight surgeon attached to Marine Electronic Attack Warfare Squadron 3 (VMAQ-3), where he deployed in support of Operation Southern Watch.

In 2001 he returned to Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton to complete Family Medicine Residency, where he served as chief resident his final year. In 2003, he was assigned as a staff physician at Naval Hospital Keflavik, Iceland, where he was selected as Department Head for the outpatient clinics, and Chair of Executive Committee of the Medical Staff.

LCDR Feinberg transferred to Presidential Support Duties with Marine Helicopter Squadron One (HMX-1) in 2006. While there he served as the Senior Medical Officer, overseeing the freestanding clinic as well as urgent, and contingency care in foreign countries to deployed squadron members in direct support of the President of the United States. Additionally, he served as Independent Duty Corpsmen (IDC) physician coordinator, and as a member of Field Service Selective Board.

CDR Feinberg was selected as teaching faculty for the Family Medicine Residency at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton in 2010. He served as the Medical Director for the Family Medicine department, Chair of the Credentials Committee, and completed his Masters in Public Health. From 2012 to 2013, he volunteered as an Individual Augmentee to Afghanistan as the Team Lead for the Afghanistan National Police Hospital, Kabul. Shortly after return, he was selected as Department Head of Family Medicine at NHCP in July 2013, leading the Navy’s second largest Family Medicine teaching department. In June of 2015, he was chosen as the Director of Medical Services (DMS) at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.

CAPT Feinberg reported to Commander Naval Surface Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet in 2017. He was selected as Force Surgeon. He oversaw credentialing, the IDC program, medical quality, equipment outlays and appropriate manning.

He reported to his current position at Naval Hospital /NMRTC Bremerton as Executive Officer in August of 2020.

A Diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine, CAPT Feinberg is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. His military decorations include the Presidential Service Badge, Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (third award), the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (Second award) and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal in addition to other personal and unit awards.

Command Master Chief
KEVIN T. FLATLEY, UNITED STATES NAVY CSSCS (SS)
 
Senior Chief Culinary Specialist Flatley enlisted in the United States Navy on October 7, 1996 from his home town of Hempstead, NY. After Recruit Training at Great Lakes, Ill., he completed training in basic Culinary Arts at Mess Management "A" school in San Antonio, Texas, followed by Basic Enlisted Submarine School in Groton, Conn.

His sea duty assignments include USS Dallas (SSN 700), USS Alabama (SSBN 731) (Gold crew), USS San Francisco (SSN 711), USS Michigan (SSGN 727) (Blue), USS Nevada (SSBN 733) (Gold), and USS Kentucky (SSBN 737) (Blue).

His shore duty assignments include two tours at the Trident Inn Galley, Naval Base Kitsap Bangor, Wash., and his current assignment as interim command master chief, Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Bremerton.

Flatley has had the honor of serving with some of the best culinarians in the Navy. He has served on and led teams that have thrice won the Edward F. Ney Award for Food Service Excellence. He has also had the privilege of leading his department to the 2017 Supply Blue "E" Award for best Supply Department in Submarine Squadron 17 and in achieving consecutive Above Standards scores on SUBPAC Supply Management inspections.

Flatley is authorized to wear the Enlisted Submarine Warfare Pin and Strategic Deterrent Patrol Pin with two Silver and two Gold Stars denoting 14 Strategic Deterrent Patrols. He has been awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (two awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (six awards), Navy Expeditionary Medal (two awards), Battle "E" Ribbon (three awards), Navy Sea Service Ribbon (six awards), Navy Good Conduct Medal (seven awards), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and Expert Pistol Medal.
 
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