Capt Ngugi is the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) Phase II Site Clinical Program Director at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi.
Capt Ngugi was commissioned in the USAF and awarded the health professions scholarship (HPSP) while attending Physician Assistant graduate program in 2010. Prior to her current position she served in family health clinic at Ramstein Air Force base, Germany and Maxwell Air Force base, Alabama, and flight medicine clinic at Osan Air Base, Korea.
Capt Ngugi is an active participant of the Air Force Culture and Language Center’s Language Enabled Airman Program (LEAP) and has been awarded the special identifier for Swahili language. She has also been awarded the International Health Specialist (IHS) special identifier. She participated in the joint training exercise Africa Partnership Flight in June 2016 as part of the LEAP program. She enjoys traveling, and reading and is a peer reviewer for JAAPA.
2012 MHS Quinnipiac University, Connecticut
March 2018 - present: Clinical Program Director, Keesler IPAP Phase 2 site, Mississippi
Feb 2016—March 2018: Staff PA, Family Health, Ramstein AB, Germany
Feb 2015 - Feb 2016: Flight Medicine Clinic, Osan AB, South Korea
Aug 2012 - Feb 2015: Staff PA, Family Health, Maxwell AFB, Alabama