Patient Record: Nathan Hayseed

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Post  Mason on Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:53 pm

Name: Nathan Hayseed. Goes by Nate
Gender: Male
Species: Human, white
Age: 45
DOB: 10-7-1967
Weight: 240-250. Depends on the time of year. During the winter, Nate will put build more muscle and fat weight

Symptoms: Suffers from PSTSD

Nate was born October 7th, 1967 in Edinburgh, Scotland. At 2 years, his parents moved to Yorktown, Virginia. There Nate attended York High and played football all four years, making team captain both his Junior and Senior years. Upon graduating high school, Nate enlisted at Fort Jackson and was placed in the 2/60th Infantry and graduated with Basic Rifle Marksmanship honors for his company. For AIT, Nate headed to Fort Benning and became parachute qualified. Graduating AIT, Nate then went to OCS at West Point and became a 1st Lieutenant. Finally Nate joined the 7th Cavalry and served in Desert Storm as a tank commander. Nate then was shipped out to Iraq and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a tank platoon commander, having three M1A1 Abrams and a Bradley command vehicle, which he pretty much sat in the entire campaign. After being in Iraq from 2003 to 2011, Nate was a full bird Colonel and the offer of a lifetime. That offer was to become Special Forces qualified and personally work for the US President. United Protection Agency was created, and Nate commanded a 4-6 man team to protect and serve the US President and America from hostile enemies. He travelled the world, doing whatever was needed to perform his job. Nate retired after a long journey in life in early 2012, when he settled down to tend to his family. His son Travis, is a combat pilot serving in Afghanistan and his daughter who is engaged and works for her mother, who is a fashion designer in Paris, France

Medical History: Nate suffers from Combat PSTD

Has the patient been referred by a court ruling?: Yes
If so, Why?: Nate had a PTSD attack in public and snapped on the person he was talking to, seriously injuring him

Has the patient been previously diagnosed with any mental or health illnesses?: Yes
If so, what?: Combat PTSD

Has the patient been known to harm them self or others (or both)?: Yes, as stated above

Medication: None

Priviledged?: No

Posts : 75
Join date : 2011-08-30

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