Chief Medical Officer's Log, Stardate 89929.851
Posted on Friday December 6th, 2019 @ 9:58am by Lieutenant Zalah Malayi
Busy first duty day on the USS North Carolina. I arrived yesterday and managed to get settled in with my personal affects. This ship is a lot bigger different than the USS Tekrari, I must have gotten lost four times despite having taken the time to memorize the layouts of most of the decks of the ship prior to my first tour of it. The operations officer that walked me around was super helpful, but my sense of direction has never been my strong suit. Nonetheless, I managed to find sickbay this morning without any issues.
The staff seems lovely and efficient so far, we've managed to go over all of the inventory records and ensure that we have the appropriate stores for a standard year's mission time for a full crew. Additionally, all current crew medical files have been transferred and most of them are current on physicals.
There are four officers and fifteen enlisted that will need to be seen before we leave dock to ensure that their medications are up to date, and they've been notified to schedule with my medical officers. I have also noted that we do not have a full complement of crew yet, so that number may change.
On the civilian side, there are a couple pregnancies and some child well-being exams that will also need to be scheduled, the nursing staff seems experienced and competent and have that area well in hand. My doctors will only need to be brought in if there's a problem, and so far none has been noted.
Set a reminder for tomorrow morning to find out if we have any projections for those crew members and any family members so that we can get a jump start on their records.
Nothing left to do now but explore the ship and meet the rest of the senior staff this afternoon.