Captain Kimberly D. Davis
Captain Kim Davis grew up in a family of Navy physicians. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Texas at Austin and received her commission in June 1992. Captain Davis earned a Medical Doctorate from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in 1996 and completed Transitional Year Internship at National Naval Medical Center. Following a General Medical Officer tour at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, she completed Ophthalmology Residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego. Captain Davis then served as Staff Ophthalmologist and Department Head at Naval Hospital Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico and Naval Hospital Pensacola. She achieved board certification and was selected for fellowship training in Glaucoma Surgery at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute, becoming one of two Navy Glaucoma subspecialists.
She has served in various positions throughout Navy Medicine to include NMCSD Associate Ophthalmology Residency Program Director, Transitional Year Internship Program Director, Navy Surgeon General’s Medical Corps Specialty Leader on Intern Matters, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth Director of Public Health Services and Director of Surgical Services. She assumed the position as Executive Officer, Naval Health Clinic Hawaii in May 2015, supporting the Rim of the Pacific Exercise, embedding mental health on submarines, and designing a $100M Marine Corps Base Hawaii MILCON project for unified USMC dental and medical support. Captain Davis assumed command of Naval Health Clinic Annapolis in June 2017, responsible for diverse missions of 6 clinics across 3 states, including submarine propeller fabrication safety and health of the USNA Brigade of Midshipmen from Induction Day to commissioning. Captain Davis served a dual role as U.S. Navy South/Commander Fourth Fleet Surgeon in Mayport, FL from July 2019 to April 2021, providing medical expertise and support to remote assets for advancement of Theater Security Campaign mission success, hurricane and pandemic responses, maritime exercises, global health, and USNS COMFORT missions.
Captain Davis reported as Commanding Officer Naval Medical Center San Diego in May 2021.
She holds the designation of Surface Warfare Medical Department Officer and Additional Qualification Designators for Commander, Amphibious Task Force Surgeon, Global Health Specialist, and Joint Medical Executive Skills Program - Executive Medicine. CAPT Davis completed Naval War College JPME-1 with Highest Distinction.
She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, American College of Surgeons, and American Glaucoma Society. Captain Davis served on the Women in Ophthalmology Board of Directors and received recognition as the 2014 Military Health System Navy Junior Female Physician Leader of the Year. Captain Davis is a Fellow of American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and was named Brenau University 2014 Outstanding Graduate Student in Healthcare Management upon completion of her MBA. She received the 2017 ACHE Navy Regent Senior-level Healthcare Executive Award. Captain Davis’ personal decorations include the Legion of Merit (two awards), Meritorious Service Medal (three awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (four awards), Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal and Navy Accession Training Service Ribbon.
Captain Timothy M. Wilks
Captain Timothy Wilks was born at Naval Hospital Newport, Rhode Island. He graduated from Keller High School in Keller, Texas and attended Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas graduating with a degree in Biology. He earned his medical degree from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas in 1999 and completed his Masters in Health Administration through Ohio University in 2018.
Captain Wilks completed his internship in pediatrics at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Amarillo, Texas prior to moving to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina where he was a medical officer with 2d Medical Battalion. He deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom with the 26 Marine Expeditionary Force (MEU) as the Medical Officer and Medical Detachment Officer in Charge for the MEU Service Support Group 26. Upon finishing his operational tour, Captain Wilks transferred to Naval Medical Center Portsmouth to complete his pediatric residency. He then relocated to United States Naval Hospital Okinawa, Japan as a general pediatrician. Captain Wilks was selected for fellowship training in developmental behavioral pediatrics and transferred to Madigan Army Medical Center to complete his training. He served as fellowship faculty and acting associate fellowship program director before relocating to Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, North Carolina as a developmental pediatrician. While at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, he served as the pediatric department head, the Director for Medical Services, and the Navy Developmental Pediatrics Specialty Leader. During his time as a director, Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune transitioned to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune and achieved Level III Trauma verification. Captain Wilks then served as an inspector for the Medical Inspector General before transferring to Headquarters Marine Corps Health Services as the Director for Clinical Support Services. He is currently serving as the Executive Officer Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command San Diego.
Captain Wilks is board certified in pediatrics and developmental behavioral pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. His personal awards include Meritorious Service Medal (two awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (two awards), Army Commendation Medal (two awards), and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
Command Master Chief
CMDCM(FMF/SW/AW) Adolfo Gonzalez, USN
Command Master Chief Adolfo Gonzalez was born in Cali Colombia and was raised in Miami, Florida. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy on 25 June 2001 and attended basic training at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, Illinois with follow on orders to Hospital Corpsman “A” School.
Upon graduating as Class Valedictorian, he selected orders to 1st Marine Division, 29 Palms California and completed Field Medical Service School in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. He served as Senior Line Company Corpsman for Kilo Company 3d Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment. He deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom from 21 January 2003 to 05 October 2003, serving as a Platoon Sergeant. He was then selected as the Regimental Commander’s Jump Team Corpsman and deployed in support of OIF-II from 14 February 2004 to 19 November 2004 with Regimental Combat Team 7. He reported to Naval Hospital Twenty-Nine Palms in March 2005 supporting Staff Education and Training, Human Resources, and served as the Assistant Plans, Operations, and Medical Intelligence Officer. In November 2008, he reported to Fleet Surgical Team SEVEN, Okinawa Japan. He was assigned as the Intensive Care Corpsman and Leading Petty Officer. He deployed in support of PHIBLEX, Balikatan, Cobra Gold, Talisman Saber, and disaster relief efforts for the Philippines. He reported to Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton in January 2011 serving as the Internal Medicine Department Leading Petty Officer and then Leading Chief Petty Officer until January 2014. He reported back to 1st Marine Division in February 2015 as the Leading Chief Petty Officer, 2d Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment. He deployed with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit from July 2014 to February 2015 in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. Upon his return, he was assigned as Leading Chief Petty Officer, Education and Training, and Enlisted Fleet Marine Force Warfare Program Manager. He was later assigned as the Senior Enlisted Leader for the 11th Marine Regiment in January 2016. He reported to Naval Health Clinic Quantico in March 2017 and served as the Senior Enlisted Leader for the Directorate for Administration. He was selected into the Command Senior Chief Program in February 2018 and served as the Interim Command Master Chief from March 2018 until September 2018. From February 2019 until September 2021, he served as the first Command Senior Chief for NROTC Unit, Texas A&M University, and as Associate Professor of Naval Science. From November 2021 until November 2022, he served as the Command Master Chief for Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron ONE ONE THREE (VAW-113).
Command Master Chief Gonzalez assumed the duties of Command Master Chief for Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command San Diego in November 2022.
Command Master Chief Gonzalez is qualified as an Enlisted Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist – Ground Combat Element, Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist, and Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist. He is a graduate of the Navy Senior Enlisted Academy, Command Master Chief / Chief of the Boat Course, United States Marine Corps First Sergeant / Master Sergeant Seminar, and Recruit Division Commander “C” School. His personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (6 awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (three awards), Combat Action Ribbon, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (two awards), and numerous campaign, unit, and service awards.