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Quantico, Virgina

LCDR Ryan K. DiParisi Executive Officer Field Medical Training Battalion - East
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Lieutenant Commander DiParisi entered the Navy in 2005 via the Health Services Collegiate Program. Upon graduating from Seton Hall University in 2007 with his Master’s in Business Administration, Lieutenant Commander DiParisi was commissioned as a Lieutenant Junior Grade. After completing Officer Indoctrination School and Financial and Materiel Management Training Course, he reported aboard Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton in October 2007. After serving as Administrative Officer of Directorate of Surgical Services for eight months, he spent the rest of his 25 month hospital tour working in Material Management, both as Equipment Division Officer and Assistant Department Head and as Acting Department Head for nine months. In November 2009, Lieutenant DiParisi checked into 1st Medical Logistics Company as the Executive Officer. He deployed in March 2010 as the Officer –in-Charge of Medical Logistics Platoon with Supply Company, Combat Logistics Regiment-15 (FWD), 1st Marine Logistics Group (FWD) to Camp Leatherneck, Helmand Province, Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. During that deployment, Lieutenant earned his Fleet Marine Force Qualified Officer pin. In September 2010, he returned home and spent the next seven months as Acting Company Commander. In March 2012, he returned to Afghanistan as Officer-in-Charge of Medical Logistics Detachment, 1st Maintenance Battalion (-) Reinforced in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He was able to implement Defense Medical Logistics and retrograde more than $2.5 Million of equipment back to Continental United States while on the deployment. In October 2012, he redeployed and resumed his post as Company Executive Officer. He ended his tour as the Executive Officer of Medical Logistics Company, 1st Supply Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment-15, and 1st Marine Logistics Group in July 2013 and reported the same month to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda, where he serves as the Service Chief for Acquisitions Management in the Logistics Department. At Walter Reed Bethesda, LT DiParisi laid the groundwork and implemented the Contract Labor Review Board to validate that all health services contracts are in alignment with the Command’s mission. In May 2015, he transitioned to the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, where he had additional duty at the Pentagon as a Congressional Liaison with Navy Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE). Working closely with BUMED, he worked diligently to advocate for Navy Medicine and OPNAV N1 for their Defense Health Program (DHP) and Military Personnel, Navy portfolios. In October 2016, Lieutenant Commander transferred to BUMED M42 where he served as both the Acting Deputy Director and then as a Program Manager for the Inventory Management Optimization Program. While there he also helped orchestrate the Navy Medicine Business Operations Training Symposium (NMBOTS). In July 2017, he transferred to Naval Medical Camp Lejeune, where he served as Department Head of Materiel Management until October 2018. He served as the Department Head of Operations Management from October 2018 until August when he transferred to Field Medical Training Battalion – East. He currently serves as both the Interim Executive Officer and the Academics Officer.
Lieutenant DiParisi is a Fellow of American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and a Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM). His personal decorations include a Joint Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, a Navy Achievement Medal (two awards) and various service and campaign awards.

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