Tinker Frontlines: Meet Senior Airman Eboni Chance

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Senior Airman Eboni Chance is a medical technician assigned to the 72nd Healthcare Operations Squadron.

Originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, she has served in the United States Air Force for three years.

In her off time, Chance enjoys participating in watersports, motorsports and working with arts and crafts. 

Chance’s primary job is in the Family Health Clinic, where she provides care to Team Tinker’s retiree and dependent patient population. Since the onset of COVID-19 operations, she has volunteered in several duty sections such as Public Health, Pharmacy and the Entry Control Point.

As part of the Public Health team, she is responsible for screening accuracy of completed COVID-19 patient questionnaires and maintaining accurate data logs for provided healthcare/social contacts.  With the Pharmacy team, Chance directly contributed to point of service distribution by delivering medications directly to patients during drive thru operations.  And finally, as part of the Entry Control Point Team, she ensured patients and 72nd Medical Group personnel were appropriately screened for possible exposure to COVID-19 before they entered the facility.

Chance has been an integral part of current operations and says the best thing about her job is learning new things from various co-workers. She also enjoys being able to interact and help different people every day.