Kevin C. O’Connor, D.O., FAAFP
COLONEL (Ret.), MC, MFS, USA

Chief Medical Officer

After 22 years in the U.S. Army and a decade at the White House, Col. O’Connor is now the Director of Executive Medicine at The GW Medical Faculty Associates in Washington, DC. He also serves as Medical Director of International & Diplomatic Affairs at George Washington University Hospital, and Associate Professor of Medicine and Senior Medical Advisor for health sciences programs at George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences in the nation’s capital. 

 

EDUCATION

Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.)     
N.Y. College of Osteopathic Medicine
Old Westbury, New York 11568
August, 1988 – June, 1992

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Saint Bonaventure University
Saint Bonaventure, New York 14778
Major: Biology        Minor: Theology
August, 1984 – May, 1988

 

GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION

July 1994 – June 1995       Chief Resident, The Mountainside Hospital Department of Family Practice
Montclair, NJ

July 1992 – June 1995       Residency in Family Practice, The Mountainside Hospital Department of Family Practice

 

EXPERIENCE

Aug. 2017 – Present

Director, Executive Medicine
The GW Medical Faculty Associates 
Washington, DC

Medical Director, International and Diplomatic Affairs
The George Washington University Hospital
Washington, DC

Associate Professor of Medicine & Senior Medical Advisor for Health Sciences Programs
The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Washington, DC

Feb. 2009 – July 2017
Physician to the 47th Vice President of the United States
The White House, Washington, DC

Nov. 2006 – Feb. 2009     White House Physician
The White House, Washington, DC

Oct. 2005 – Nov. 2006
Officer-in-Charge, Warrior Family Medicine Clinic Development Project
Fort Carson, CO

July 2005 – Oct. 2005
Joint Strike Force Surgeon / Battalion Surgeon, 3d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan

July 2004 – July 2005
Chief, Department of Family Practice, Evans Army Community Hospital
Fort Carson, CO

July 2003 – July 2004
Section and Small Group Leader / Student, Command and General Staff College (CGSC)
Fort Leavenworth, KS

Sep. 2000 – July 2003
Command Surgeon, 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – DELTA (ABN)
Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq / Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan
Fort Bragg, NC

June 1999 – Sep. 2000
Deputy Surgeon / Officer-In-Charge, Clark-Rodriquez Medical Facility
1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – DELTA (ABN)
Fort Bragg, NC

July 1998 – Jun. 1999
Brigade Flight Surgeon, 82d Aviation Brigade, 82d Airborne Division
Fort Bragg, NC  

Jan. 1998 – July 1998
Officer-In-Charge, Aviation Medical Clinic (Troop Medical Clinic #22)
Fort Bragg, NC 

Jan. 1998 – July 1998
Officer-In-Charge, Joel Health and Dental Clinic Transition Team
Fort Bragg, NC

Aug. 1996 – Jan. 1998
Faculty Attending Physician
Womack Army Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program
Fort Bragg, NC

July 1995 – Aug. 1996
Staff Physician, COSCOM Medical Clinic (Troop Medical Clinic #21)
Fort Bragg, NC

 

HONORS

Induction into the Honorable Order of Saint Michael
Generally restricted to Army Aviators, this recognition from the Army Aviation Association of America was given for singularly outstanding contributions to Aeromedical Evacuation doctrine.
Army Aviation Association of America, 2017
Washington, DC

United States Secret Service Director’s Award
Secret Service’s highest accolade, for exceptional support to the force.
The White House, 2016
Washington, DC

Army Surgeon General’s “A” Proficiency Designator Award
The highest recognition of achievement in the US Army Medical Corps. 
United States Army Medical Department, 2016
Washington, DC

“Distinguished Alumnus of the Year” Award
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2016
Old Westbury, NY

“Michael J. Scotti, MD, 2015 Family Physician of the Year” Award
The Uniformed Services Chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians, comprised of Family Physicians from all the US Armed Forces, US Coast Guard, and Public Health Service, across the globe.
Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians, 2015
Washington, DC

Inaugural “Leader-in-Residence” Distinguished University Alumnus
Established by the Class of 1963 at their 50th reunion, the “Building Extraordinary Leaders,” program was established to bring industry and community frontrunners to campus and to highlight diverse perspectives.
Saint Bonaventure University, 2014
Saint Bonaventure, NY

Induction into the Order of Military Medical Merit
Presented by the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
U.S. Army Medical Department, 2013
Washington, DC

Induction into the Order of 1st SFOD-D – “Delta Colors” (Serial Number 471)
For singularly exemplary contributions to 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta. 
Serial # 471 awarded over the (then) 30 year history of the Unit.
1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta (ABN), 2003
Fort Bragg, NC

 

SECURITY CLEARANCE

TS /SCI / YW
Top-Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information, Yankee White (Presidential Support)
Secret since 1985, TS/SCI since 1999, TS/SCI/YW since 2006 (most recent reinvestigation 2016)

 

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians, 2009
Diplomate, American Board of Family Practice, Board Certified, 1995
Recertified, 2002, 2009

Diplomate, National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, 1993

United States Army Flight Surgeon, 1998            

Senior Flight Surgeon, 2007

Master Flight Surgeon, 2010

Hyperbaric Medical Officer, 2002

Graduate, U.S. Army Command and General Staff Officer’s Course, 2003
Fort Leavenworth, KS

Graduate, U.S. Army Advanced Operational Warfighting Course, 2004
Fort Leavenworth, KS

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Associate Professor, The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Washington, DC
Department of Medicine, 2017-present

Assistant Professor, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Bethesda, MD
Department of Family Medicine, 1996-1999, 2013-2015, 2015-2018

Assistant Professor, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Bethesda, MD
Department of Military and Emergency Medicine, 2013-2015, 2015-2018

Adjunct Clinical Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Medical School, Chapel Hill, NC
Department of Family Medicine, 1996-1999

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Charter Member, The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)
Now a working group of The Defense of Defense Joint Trauma System, originally developed by the US Navy, consisting of nationally and internationally recognized subject matter experts, charged with developing best practices for casualty care from point of wounding to definitive medical treatment facility.  
DoD Joint Trauma System, San Antonio, TX, 2001 – Present.

Advisory Committee Member, Biden Cancer Initiative
The Initiative will work closely with patients and patient organizations, cancer researchers, cancer centers, research universities, governments and the private and philanthropic sectors to identify and address the critical issues in cancer prevention, research and care to drive new actions and collaborations toward ending cancer as we know it.
Biden Cancer Initiative, Washington, DC, 2017 – present.

Chief Medical Officer, Action Medical Technologies
Action Medical Technologies is a medical devices start-up venture which is developing tactically sound, innovative devices for military, EMS, Police, Fire and other austere environment applications.
Action Medical Technologies, Wilmington, DE – 2017 – present.

Medical Advisory Board Member, Integrated Genetic Solutions
Integrated Genetic Solutions is a software company providing full business solutions for doctors in the growing personalized medicine space. Scientific, mathematical analysis of DNA and blood panels offer a gateway to tailored solutions based on an individual patient’s deficiencies rather than the standard treatment protocol and dosages. Combinatorial testing for optimal levels and the patient’s genetically driven responses allows the doctor to easily customize prescribed dosages and treatment protocols per patient. 
Integrated Genetic Solutions, Burlingame, CA, 2017 – present.                                                                                      

Medical Director, Governor’s Health Sciences Academy at T.C. Williams High School
In an innovative workforce development initiative designed to address the critical shortage of skilled healthcare workers, the Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS). Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences have established a strategic education partnership that creates a Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathway for students interested in careers in medicine and health care.
Governor’s Health Sciences Academy at T.C. Williams High School, Alexandria, VA, 2017 – present.      

Dean’s Advisory Board, New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
Serves as a senior advisor to the Dean of the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, assuring that the Dean is well informed on all current matters concerning competitive relevance in the exceptionally competitive focus of medical higher education.
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine
Old Westbury, NY, 2018 – present.

President and Chief Executive Officer, CelticMed
CelticMed is a consulting firm committed to providing operational medical analysis, advice, training and services for entities presenting with unique requirements which demand the highest levels of global experience, discretion and expertise.
CelticMed, Crofton, MD, 2017 – present.

National Faculty/Case Designer
Point of Care Knowledge, Education & Testing (POCKET) Case Design and Item Writer for physician certification via the osteopathic national boards.
National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) Conshohocken, PA, 2017 – present.

White House Cancer Moonshot Task Force
This National Cancer Moonshot Initiative, led by Vice President Biden, is a national challenge to accelerate cancer research.  Its primary goals are to hasten our understanding of cancer, to identify and address regulatory and other bureaucratic roadblocks which could be slowing this process down, to improve patient access and the handling of medical records and to develop public-private partnerships.
Office of the Vice President, The White House, 2015 – 2017.

Physicians Roundtable – Bystanders: Our Nation’s Immediate Responders
A task force of national leaders across the spectrum of medical specialties and professional organizations, assembled by the Director for Medical Preparedness Policy – developed national strategy to enable the public to stop serious bleeding.  Constructed and launched the national “Stop the Bleed” Campaign, as an effort to promote national resilience.
National Security Council, The White House, 2014 – 2015.

The Hartford Consensus III
A panel of national experts convened to promote the importance of hemorrhage control and a well-organized response to increase survival in the public domain, especially within the context of reacting to “active shooter” situations. 
American College of Surgeons, Hartford, CT, 2015.

Duke National Faculty Development Workshop Series
Department of Community and Family Medicine, Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC, 1996 – 1997.

 

MILITARY DECORATIONS

  • Defense Superior Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Meritorious Service Medal (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Joint Services Commendation Medal (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Army Commendation Medal (with 2nd Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Joint Services Achievement Medal
  • Army Achievement Medal, (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Presidential Unit Citation Award, (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award, (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Army Superior Unit Citation Award
  • Army Reserve Component
  • Achievement Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal, (2nd Award Service Star)
  • Afghanistan Campaign Ribbon, (2 service stars)
  • Iraq Campaign Ribbon (1 service star)
  • Global War on Terror
  • Expeditionary Medal
  • Global War on Terror Service Medal
  • Armed Forces Service Medal
  • Humanitarian Service Medal
  • Armed Forces Reserve Medal
  • Army Service Ribbon
  • Army Reserve Components
  • Overseas Training Ribbon 

 

  • Combat Medical Badge
  • Expert Field Medical Badge
  • Master Flight Surgeon Badge
  • Senior Flight Surgeon Badge
  • Flight Surgeon Badge
  • Parachutist Badge
  • Venezuelan Parachutist Badge

 

  • Presidential Service Badge
  • (Certificate Number 22862)
  • Vice Presidential Service Badge
  • (Certificate Number 398)
  • Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB) for Combat Action:
    • 1. United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)
    • 2.  3d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment

 

PUBLICATIONS

O’Connor KC, Feng X. “Pharmacogenomics”, in The Advanced Pharmacology for Prescribers, (pending, 2019)

Butler F, Holcomb JB, Shackelford S, Barbabella S, Bailey J, Baker J, Cap AP, Conklin C, Cunningham C, Davis M, DeLellis S, Dorlac W, Dubose J, Eastridge B, Fisher AD, Glaser JJ, Gurney J, Jenkins D, Johannigman J, King DR, Kotwal R, Littlejohn L, Mabry R, Martin MJ, Miles E, Montgomery H, Northern DM, O’Connor KC, Rasmussen T, Riesberg J, Spinella P, Stockinger Z, Strandenes G, Via D, Weber M. “Advanced Resuscitative Care in Tactical Combat Casualty Care: TCCC Guidelines Change 18-01,” Journal of Special Operations Medicine. 18(4): October 2018

The Joint Committee to Create a National Policy to Enhance Survivability from Intentional Mass-Casualty and Active Shooter Events. Strategies to Enhance Survival from Intentional Mass Casualty and Active Shooter Events – Compendium for The Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons. The BULLETIN of the American College of Surgeons. 100 (15): September 2015.

The Joint Committee to Create a National Policy to Enhance Survivability from Intentional Mass-Casualty and Active Shooter Events. “The Hartford Consensus III:  Implementation of Bleeding Control.”  The BULLETIN of the American College of Surgeons. 100 (7): July 2015.

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. “Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Pre-Hospital Care in the Tactical Environment,” “Military Medicine”, in the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Manual, Eight Edition (2014).

Butler F, Kotwal R, Buckenmaier C 3rd, Edgar E, O’Connor K, Montgomery H, Shackelford S, Gandy J 3rd, Wedmore I, Timby J, Gross K, Bailey J. “A Triple-Option Analgesia Plan for Tactical Combat Casualty Care:  TCCC Guidelines Change 13-04.” Journal of Special Operations Medicine 14/1 (Spring 2014): 13-25.

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. “Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Pre-Hospital Care in the Tactical Environment,” “Military Medicine”, in the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Manual, Seventh Edition (2010).

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. “Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Pre-Hospital Care in the Tactical Environment,” “Military Medicine”, in the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Manual, Sixth Edition (2006).

O’Connor K. Blood on the Battlefield: Efforts Across the Globe in the First Half of the Twentieth Century. Combat Studies Institute (2004)

Kotwal R, Meyer D, O’Connor K, Shahbaz B, Johnson T, Sterling R, Wenzel R. “Army Ranger Casualty, Attrition, and Surgery Rates for Airborne Operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.” Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 75 (October 2004): 833-840. 
*Reprinted in Journal of Special Operations Medicine 5/3 (Summer 2005): 17-26.

Kotwal R, O’Connor K, Johnson T, Mosely D, Meyer D, Holcomb J. “A Novel Pain Management Strategy for Combat Casualty Care during Operation Iraqi Freedom.” Annals of Emergency Medicine 44/2 (August 2004): 121-127.

O’Connor K, Butler F. “Antibiotics in Tactical Combat Casualty Care 2003.”  Military Medicine 168/11 (November 2003): 911-914.

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. “Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Pre-Hospital Care in the Tactical Environment,” Chapter 17: “Military Medicine”, in the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Manual, Fifth Edition (2003).
* Reprinted in The Ranger Medical Handbook (2003).

O’Connor K. “Operational Medicine:  “What the Commanders Are Looking For.” The Uniformed Family Physician (Winter 2002): 17-20.      

           

FEATURED SPEAKER ENGAGEMENTS

New York State Osteopathic Medical Society 2019 Regional Osteopathic Convention: “ROC NY 2019”

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “Advances in Tactical Medicine”
  • Hauppauge, NY, April 2019 (pending)


Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) / George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (GW)

Governor’s Health Science Academy at T.C. Williams High School Inaugural Summer Bridge Ceremony

  • Keynote Address, T.C. Williams Minnie Howard Campus, Alexandria, VA, July 2018


Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Distinguished Commencement Speaker, The Apollo Theater, New York, NY, May 2018


US Army ROTC, Seneca Battalion

  • Commissioning Ceremony Keynote Address, St. Bonaventure University, NY, May 2018


Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS)

  • Keynote Address – “It’s On Us” Institutional Chapter Launch, Bethesda, MD, April 2018


George Washington University, Ashburn Campus – Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine Certificate Program

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “The Osteopathic Option – What’s That All About?”, Ashburn, VA, April 2018


Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG)

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “Opportunities for Family Physicians in the Military”, Bethesda, MD, April 2018


Franciscan Healthcare Professions (FHCP)

  • Facilitator: “An Inclusive Evening of Spiritual Contemplation and Fellowship Among Friars and Health Sciences Students”, Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Mountain Retreat, Friendship, NY, March 2018


American Medical Student Association (AMSA)

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “A Reflection on the Professional and Personal Journey as a Medical Professional and Military Officer”, St. Bonaventure University, NY, March 2018


Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • Keynote Address – “Sexual Assault in the Military and the Neurobiology of Rape”, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, March 2018

 

Doctor Radio, “Women’s Health” – Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Inc.

  • Live broadcast as featured guest of Dr. Neica Goldberg, Telephonic broadcast through studio in New York City, February 2018

 

CNN “New Day” – Cable News Network, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

  • Live appearance with Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Alisyn Camerota, CNN Studios, Washington, DC, January 2018                              

 

George Washington University Hospital Department of Medicine

  • Grand Rounds: “Tactical Medicine – A Unique Opportunity for Research”, Washington, DC, November 2017

 

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM)
NYITCOM’s 40th Anniversary Academic and Scientific Symposium “The Evolution and Revolution of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “Tactical Medicine Advances Born of Current Global Conflicts”, NYITCOM, Old Westbury, NY, September 2017

 

United States Naval Academy (USNA) – Joint Military Academy Symposium for “It’s On Us”.

  • Keynote Address – “Sexual Assault Prevention – A Call for Courage”, Annapolis, MD, April 2017

 

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM)

  • Keynote Address – “2016 White Coat Ceremony”, Old Westbury, NY, August 2016

 

Student Association of Military Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (SAMOPS)

  • Featured Speaker – Third Annual Military Medical Student Symposium, Philadelphia, PA, December 2015

 

National Security Council, Medical Preparedness Policy Announcement, The White House

  • Stage-setter/Welcoming Remarks – “Stop the Bleed” Campaign Launch, Washington, DC, September 2015

 

Saint Bonaventure University

  • Keynote Address – Inaugural “Leader-in-Residence” Distinguished Alumnus Banquet, Saint Bonaventure, NY, February 2014

 

Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS)

  • Family Medicine Interest Group – Ongoing Group Mentoring Sessions, Washington, DC, Quarterly, since December 2012

 

Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS)

  • Keynote Lecture for First Year Students’ Combat Medical Skills Course, Bethesda, MD, February 2012

 

United States Secret Service Vice-Presidential Protective Detail (VPPD)

  • “Care Under Fire and Tactical Field Care”, Washington, DC, February 2012

 

The White House Medical Unit

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care – Latest Strategies”, Washington, DC, January 2012

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) – Introduction and 2009 Updates”, Orlando, Florida, March 2009

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “Ketamine – Its Potential Role in TC3 Recommendations”, San Antonio, Texas, January 2008

  

The White House Medical Unit

  • “Radiation/Nuclear Contingencies”, Washington, DC, August 2007

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) – 2007 Highlight of Changes”, Hilton Head, South Carolina, March 2007

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “Review of Oral Antibiotic Choices to Replace Gatifloxacin”, Tampa, Florida, June 2006

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “Nausea on the Battlefield – A Review of Potential Agents”, Tampa, Florida, June 2006

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) – Update 2006”, Chicago, Illinois, March 2006

 

Evans Army Community Hospital Morbidity and Mortality Conference

  • “Mediastinal Mass”, Fort Carson, Colorado, June 2005

 

Martin Army Community Hospital Family Practice Residency

  • “Transition to Practice Curriculum – Battlefield Medicine”, Fort Benning, Georgia, May 2005

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Diet Smorgasbord:  A Review of the Popular Fad Diets”, Snowbird, Utah, April 2005

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care – A Comprehensive Review”, Snowbird, Utah, April 2005

 

XXXV International Congress on Military Medicine

  • “Vertical Envelopment: Injuries in Army Rangers During Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.”, Washington, D.C., September 2004

 

Martin Army Community Hospital Family Practice Residency

  • “Transition to Practice Curriculum – Battle-Ready”, Fort Benning, Georgia, May 2004

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “A Novel Pain Management Strategy for Combat Casualty Care during OIF – Overview and Commentary for Consideration of the Committee On Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)”, San Antonio, Texas, April 2004


U.S. Army Command & General Staff Officers Course, Special Operations Forces Track

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care for SOF Officers”, Ft. Leavenworth, KS, April 2004


Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Special Operations Interest Group,” Workshop Leader, San Diego, CA, March 2004

     

Closed Special Operations Brief

  • “Modafinil – A Better, Safer, More Appropriate Stimulant for Performance Enhancement and Mission Success”, Fort Bragg, NC, February 2003

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “Battlefield Pain Management”, Atlanta, GA, November 2002

 

Advanced Technology Applications for Combat Casualty Care (ATACCC)

  • “War Wound Prophylaxis” Panel of Experts – Antibiotic Committee, St. Petersburg, FL, September 2002

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Antibiotics in Casualty Care”, Orlando, FL, March 2002

 

Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA)

  • Trauma Symposium – Panel of Experts, Tampa, FL, December 2000                                                   

 

Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA)

  • “Prophylactic Antibiotics for Combat Injuries”, Tampa, FL, December 2000

 

Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center (JSOMTC), Ft. Bragg

  • Distinguished Commencement Speaker, Ft. Bragg, NC, December 1999

 

Womack Army Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program, Ft. Bragg

  • Distinguished Commencement Speaker, Ft. Bragg, NC, June 1999 

 

Society of Army Physician Assistants (SAPA) Annual P.A Refresher Course

  • “Male Erectile Dysfunction”, Fayetteville, NC, April 1999      

 

Society of Army Physician Assistants (SAPA) Annual P.A Refresher Course

  • “Female Sexual Dysfunction”, Fayetteville, NC, April 1999

Kevin C. O’Connor, D.O., FAAFP
COLONEL (Ret.), MC, MFS, USA

Chief Medical Officer

After 22 years in the U.S. Army and a decade at the White House, Col. O’Connor is now the Director of Executive Medicine at The GW Medical Faculty Associates in Washington, DC. He also serves as Medical Director of International & Diplomatic Affairs at George Washington University Hospital, and Associate Professor of Medicine and Senior Medical Advisor for health sciences programs at George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences in the nation’s capital. 

 

EDUCATION

Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.)     
N.Y. College of Osteopathic Medicine
Old Westbury, New York 11568
August, 1988 – June, 1992

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Saint Bonaventure University
Saint Bonaventure, New York 14778
Major: Biology        Minor: Theology
August, 1984 – May, 1988

 

GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION

July 1994 – June 1995       Chief Resident, The Mountainside Hospital Department of Family Practice
Montclair, NJ

July 1992 – June 1995       Residency in Family Practice, The Mountainside Hospital Department of Family Practice

 

EXPERIENCE

Aug. 2017 – Present

Director, Executive Medicine
The GW Medical Faculty Associates 
Washington, DC

Medical Director, International and Diplomatic Affairs
The George Washington University Hospital
Washington, DC

Associate Professor of Medicine & Senior Medical Advisor for Health Sciences Programs
The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Washington, DC

Feb. 2009 – July 2017
Physician to the 47th Vice President of the United States
The White House, Washington, DC

Nov. 2006 – Feb. 2009     White House Physician
The White House, Washington, DC

Oct. 2005 – Nov. 2006
Officer-in-Charge, Warrior Family Medicine Clinic Development Project
Fort Carson, CO

July 2005 – Oct. 2005
Joint Strike Force Surgeon / Battalion Surgeon, 3d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan

July 2004 – July 2005
Chief, Department of Family Practice, Evans Army Community Hospital
Fort Carson, CO

July 2003 – July 2004
Section and Small Group Leader / Student, Command and General Staff College (CGSC)
Fort Leavenworth, KS

Sep. 2000 – July 2003
Command Surgeon, 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – DELTA (ABN)
Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq / Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan
Fort Bragg, NC

June 1999 – Sep. 2000
Deputy Surgeon / Officer-In-Charge, Clark-Rodriquez Medical Facility
1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – DELTA (ABN)
Fort Bragg, NC

July 1998 – Jun. 1999
Brigade Flight Surgeon, 82d Aviation Brigade, 82d Airborne Division
Fort Bragg, NC  

Jan. 1998 – July 1998
Officer-In-Charge, Aviation Medical Clinic (Troop Medical Clinic #22)
Fort Bragg, NC 

Jan. 1998 – July 1998
Officer-In-Charge, Joel Health and Dental Clinic Transition Team
Fort Bragg, NC

Aug. 1996 – Jan. 1998
Faculty Attending Physician
Womack Army Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program
Fort Bragg, NC

July 1995 – Aug. 1996
Staff Physician, COSCOM Medical Clinic (Troop Medical Clinic #21)
Fort Bragg, NC

 

HONORS

Induction into the Honorable Order of Saint Michael
Generally restricted to Army Aviators, this recognition from the Army Aviation Association of America was given for singularly outstanding contributions to Aeromedical Evacuation doctrine.
Army Aviation Association of America, 2017
Washington, DC

United States Secret Service Director’s Award
Secret Service’s highest accolade, for exceptional support to the force.
The White House, 2016
Washington, DC

Army Surgeon General’s “A” Proficiency Designator Award
The highest recognition of achievement in the US Army Medical Corps. 
United States Army Medical Department, 2016
Washington, DC

“Distinguished Alumnus of the Year” Award
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2016
Old Westbury, NY

“Michael J. Scotti, MD, 2015 Family Physician of the Year” Award
The Uniformed Services Chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians, comprised of Family Physicians from all the US Armed Forces, US Coast Guard, and Public Health Service, across the globe.
Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians, 2015
Washington, DC

Inaugural “Leader-in-Residence” Distinguished University Alumnus
Established by the Class of 1963 at their 50th reunion, the “Building Extraordinary Leaders,” program was established to bring industry and community frontrunners to campus and to highlight diverse perspectives.
Saint Bonaventure University, 2014
Saint Bonaventure, NY

Induction into the Order of Military Medical Merit
Presented by the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
U.S. Army Medical Department, 2013
Washington, DC

Induction into the Order of 1st SFOD-D – “Delta Colors” (Serial Number 471)
For singularly exemplary contributions to 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta. 
Serial # 471 awarded over the (then) 30 year history of the Unit.
1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta (ABN), 2003
Fort Bragg, NC

 

SECURITY CLEARANCE

TS /SCI / YW
Top-Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information, Yankee White (Presidential Support)
Secret since 1985, TS/SCI since 1999, TS/SCI/YW since 2006 (most recent reinvestigation 2016)

 

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians, 2009
Diplomate, American Board of Family Practice, Board Certified, 1995
Recertified, 2002, 2009

Diplomate, National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, 1993

United States Army Flight Surgeon, 1998            

Senior Flight Surgeon, 2007

Master Flight Surgeon, 2010

Hyperbaric Medical Officer, 2002

Graduate, U.S. Army Command and General Staff Officer’s Course, 2003
Fort Leavenworth, KS

Graduate, U.S. Army Advanced Operational Warfighting Course, 2004
Fort Leavenworth, KS

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Associate Professor, The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Washington, DC
Department of Medicine, 2017-present

Assistant Professor, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Bethesda, MD
Department of Family Medicine, 1996-1999, 2013-2015, 2015-2018

Assistant Professor, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Bethesda, MD
Department of Military and Emergency Medicine, 2013-2015, 2015-2018

Adjunct Clinical Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Medical School, Chapel Hill, NC
Department of Family Medicine, 1996-1999

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Charter Member, The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)
Now a working group of The Defense of Defense Joint Trauma System, originally developed by the US Navy, consisting of nationally and internationally recognized subject matter experts, charged with developing best practices for casualty care from point of wounding to definitive medical treatment facility.  
DoD Joint Trauma System, San Antonio, TX, 2001 – Present.

Advisory Committee Member, Biden Cancer Initiative
The Initiative will work closely with patients and patient organizations, cancer researchers, cancer centers, research universities, governments and the private and philanthropic sectors to identify and address the critical issues in cancer prevention, research and care to drive new actions and collaborations toward ending cancer as we know it.
Biden Cancer Initiative, Washington, DC, 2017 – present.

Chief Medical Officer, Action Medical Technologies
Action Medical Technologies is a medical devices start-up venture which is developing tactically sound, innovative devices for military, EMS, Police, Fire and other austere environment applications.
Action Medical Technologies, Wilmington, DE – 2017 – present.

Medical Advisory Board Member, Integrated Genetic Solutions
Integrated Genetic Solutions is a software company providing full business solutions for doctors in the growing personalized medicine space. Scientific, mathematical analysis of DNA and blood panels offer a gateway to tailored solutions based on an individual patient’s deficiencies rather than the standard treatment protocol and dosages. Combinatorial testing for optimal levels and the patient’s genetically driven responses allows the doctor to easily customize prescribed dosages and treatment protocols per patient. 
Integrated Genetic Solutions, Burlingame, CA, 2017 – present.                                                                                      

Medical Director, Governor’s Health Sciences Academy at T.C. Williams High School
In an innovative workforce development initiative designed to address the critical shortage of skilled healthcare workers, the Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS). Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences have established a strategic education partnership that creates a Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathway for students interested in careers in medicine and health care.
Governor’s Health Sciences Academy at T.C. Williams High School, Alexandria, VA, 2017 – present.      

Dean’s Advisory Board, New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
Serves as a senior advisor to the Dean of the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, assuring that the Dean is well informed on all current matters concerning competitive relevance in the exceptionally competitive focus of medical higher education.
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine
Old Westbury, NY, 2018 – present.

President and Chief Executive Officer, CelticMed
CelticMed is a consulting firm committed to providing operational medical analysis, advice, training and services for entities presenting with unique requirements which demand the highest levels of global experience, discretion and expertise.
CelticMed, Crofton, MD, 2017 – present.

National Faculty/Case Designer
Point of Care Knowledge, Education & Testing (POCKET) Case Design and Item Writer for physician certification via the osteopathic national boards.
National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) Conshohocken, PA, 2017 – present.

White House Cancer Moonshot Task Force
This National Cancer Moonshot Initiative, led by Vice President Biden, is a national challenge to accelerate cancer research.  Its primary goals are to hasten our understanding of cancer, to identify and address regulatory and other bureaucratic roadblocks which could be slowing this process down, to improve patient access and the handling of medical records and to develop public-private partnerships.
Office of the Vice President, The White House, 2015 – 2017.

Physicians Roundtable – Bystanders: Our Nation’s Immediate Responders
A task force of national leaders across the spectrum of medical specialties and professional organizations, assembled by the Director for Medical Preparedness Policy – developed national strategy to enable the public to stop serious bleeding.  Constructed and launched the national “Stop the Bleed” Campaign, as an effort to promote national resilience.
National Security Council, The White House, 2014 – 2015.

The Hartford Consensus III
A panel of national experts convened to promote the importance of hemorrhage control and a well-organized response to increase survival in the public domain, especially within the context of reacting to “active shooter” situations. 
American College of Surgeons, Hartford, CT, 2015.

Duke National Faculty Development Workshop Series
Department of Community and Family Medicine, Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC, 1996 – 1997.

 

MILITARY DECORATIONS

  • Defense Superior Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Meritorious Service Medal (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Joint Services Commendation Medal (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Army Commendation Medal (with 2nd Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Joint Services Achievement Medal
  • Army Achievement Medal, (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Presidential Unit Citation Award, (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award, (with 1st Oak Leaf Cluster)
  • Army Superior Unit Citation Award
  • Army Reserve Component
  • Achievement Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal, (2nd Award Service Star)
  • Afghanistan Campaign Ribbon, (2 service stars)
  • Iraq Campaign Ribbon (1 service star)
  • Global War on Terror
  • Expeditionary Medal
  • Global War on Terror Service Medal
  • Armed Forces Service Medal
  • Humanitarian Service Medal
  • Armed Forces Reserve Medal
  • Army Service Ribbon
  • Army Reserve Components
  • Overseas Training Ribbon 

 

  • Combat Medical Badge
  • Expert Field Medical Badge
  • Master Flight Surgeon Badge
  • Senior Flight Surgeon Badge
  • Flight Surgeon Badge
  • Parachutist Badge
  • Venezuelan Parachutist Badge

 

  • Presidential Service Badge
  • (Certificate Number 22862)
  • Vice Presidential Service Badge
  • (Certificate Number 398)
  • Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB) for Combat Action:
    • 1. United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)
    • 2.  3d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment

 

PUBLICATIONS

O’Connor KC, Feng X. “Pharmacogenomics”, in The Advanced Pharmacology for Prescribers, (pending, 2019)

Butler F, Holcomb JB, Shackelford S, Barbabella S, Bailey J, Baker J, Cap AP, Conklin C, Cunningham C, Davis M, DeLellis S, Dorlac W, Dubose J, Eastridge B, Fisher AD, Glaser JJ, Gurney J, Jenkins D, Johannigman J, King DR, Kotwal R, Littlejohn L, Mabry R, Martin MJ, Miles E, Montgomery H, Northern DM, O’Connor KC, Rasmussen T, Riesberg J, Spinella P, Stockinger Z, Strandenes G, Via D, Weber M. “Advanced Resuscitative Care in Tactical Combat Casualty Care: TCCC Guidelines Change 18-01,” Journal of Special Operations Medicine. 18(4): October 2018

The Joint Committee to Create a National Policy to Enhance Survivability from Intentional Mass-Casualty and Active Shooter Events. Strategies to Enhance Survival from Intentional Mass Casualty and Active Shooter Events – Compendium for The Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons. The BULLETIN of the American College of Surgeons. 100 (15): September 2015.

The Joint Committee to Create a National Policy to Enhance Survivability from Intentional Mass-Casualty and Active Shooter Events. “The Hartford Consensus III:  Implementation of Bleeding Control.”  The BULLETIN of the American College of Surgeons. 100 (7): July 2015.

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. “Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Pre-Hospital Care in the Tactical Environment,” “Military Medicine”, in the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Manual, Eight Edition (2014).

Butler F, Kotwal R, Buckenmaier C 3rd, Edgar E, O’Connor K, Montgomery H, Shackelford S, Gandy J 3rd, Wedmore I, Timby J, Gross K, Bailey J. “A Triple-Option Analgesia Plan for Tactical Combat Casualty Care:  TCCC Guidelines Change 13-04.” Journal of Special Operations Medicine 14/1 (Spring 2014): 13-25.

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. “Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Pre-Hospital Care in the Tactical Environment,” “Military Medicine”, in the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Manual, Seventh Edition (2010).

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. “Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Pre-Hospital Care in the Tactical Environment,” “Military Medicine”, in the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Manual, Sixth Edition (2006).

O’Connor K. Blood on the Battlefield: Efforts Across the Globe in the First Half of the Twentieth Century. Combat Studies Institute (2004)

Kotwal R, Meyer D, O’Connor K, Shahbaz B, Johnson T, Sterling R, Wenzel R. “Army Ranger Casualty, Attrition, and Surgery Rates for Airborne Operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.” Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 75 (October 2004): 833-840. 
*Reprinted in Journal of Special Operations Medicine 5/3 (Summer 2005): 17-26.

Kotwal R, O’Connor K, Johnson T, Mosely D, Meyer D, Holcomb J. “A Novel Pain Management Strategy for Combat Casualty Care during Operation Iraqi Freedom.” Annals of Emergency Medicine 44/2 (August 2004): 121-127.

O’Connor K, Butler F. “Antibiotics in Tactical Combat Casualty Care 2003.”  Military Medicine 168/11 (November 2003): 911-914.

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. “Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Pre-Hospital Care in the Tactical Environment,” Chapter 17: “Military Medicine”, in the Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Manual, Fifth Edition (2003).
* Reprinted in The Ranger Medical Handbook (2003).

O’Connor K. “Operational Medicine:  “What the Commanders Are Looking For.” The Uniformed Family Physician (Winter 2002): 17-20.      

           

FEATURED SPEAKER ENGAGEMENTS

New York State Osteopathic Medical Society 2019 Regional Osteopathic Convention: “ROC NY 2019”

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “Advances in Tactical Medicine”
  • Hauppauge, NY, April 2019 (pending)


Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) / George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (GW)

Governor’s Health Science Academy at T.C. Williams High School Inaugural Summer Bridge Ceremony

  • Keynote Address, T.C. Williams Minnie Howard Campus, Alexandria, VA, July 2018


Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Distinguished Commencement Speaker, The Apollo Theater, New York, NY, May 2018


US Army ROTC, Seneca Battalion

  • Commissioning Ceremony Keynote Address, St. Bonaventure University, NY, May 2018


Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS)

  • Keynote Address – “It’s On Us” Institutional Chapter Launch, Bethesda, MD, April 2018


George Washington University, Ashburn Campus – Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine Certificate Program

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “The Osteopathic Option – What’s That All About?”, Ashburn, VA, April 2018


Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG)

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “Opportunities for Family Physicians in the Military”, Bethesda, MD, April 2018


Franciscan Healthcare Professions (FHCP)

  • Facilitator: “An Inclusive Evening of Spiritual Contemplation and Fellowship Among Friars and Health Sciences Students”, Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Mountain Retreat, Friendship, NY, March 2018


American Medical Student Association (AMSA)

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “A Reflection on the Professional and Personal Journey as a Medical Professional and Military Officer”, St. Bonaventure University, NY, March 2018


Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • Keynote Address – “Sexual Assault in the Military and the Neurobiology of Rape”, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, March 2018

 

Doctor Radio, “Women’s Health” – Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Inc.

  • Live broadcast as featured guest of Dr. Neica Goldberg, Telephonic broadcast through studio in New York City, February 2018

 

CNN “New Day” – Cable News Network, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

  • Live appearance with Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Alisyn Camerota, CNN Studios, Washington, DC, January 2018                              

 

George Washington University Hospital Department of Medicine

  • Grand Rounds: “Tactical Medicine – A Unique Opportunity for Research”, Washington, DC, November 2017

 

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM)
NYITCOM’s 40th Anniversary Academic and Scientific Symposium “The Evolution and Revolution of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Invited Featured Speaker: “Tactical Medicine Advances Born of Current Global Conflicts”, NYITCOM, Old Westbury, NY, September 2017

 

United States Naval Academy (USNA) – Joint Military Academy Symposium for “It’s On Us”.

  • Keynote Address – “Sexual Assault Prevention – A Call for Courage”, Annapolis, MD, April 2017

 

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM)

  • Keynote Address – “2016 White Coat Ceremony”, Old Westbury, NY, August 2016

 

Student Association of Military Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (SAMOPS)

  • Featured Speaker – Third Annual Military Medical Student Symposium, Philadelphia, PA, December 2015

 

National Security Council, Medical Preparedness Policy Announcement, The White House

  • Stage-setter/Welcoming Remarks – “Stop the Bleed” Campaign Launch, Washington, DC, September 2015

 

Saint Bonaventure University

  • Keynote Address – Inaugural “Leader-in-Residence” Distinguished Alumnus Banquet, Saint Bonaventure, NY, February 2014

 

Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS)

  • Family Medicine Interest Group – Ongoing Group Mentoring Sessions, Washington, DC, Quarterly, since December 2012

 

Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS)

  • Keynote Lecture for First Year Students’ Combat Medical Skills Course, Bethesda, MD, February 2012

 

United States Secret Service Vice-Presidential Protective Detail (VPPD)

  • “Care Under Fire and Tactical Field Care”, Washington, DC, February 2012

 

The White House Medical Unit

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care – Latest Strategies”, Washington, DC, January 2012

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) – Introduction and 2009 Updates”, Orlando, Florida, March 2009

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “Ketamine – Its Potential Role in TC3 Recommendations”, San Antonio, Texas, January 2008

  

The White House Medical Unit

  • “Radiation/Nuclear Contingencies”, Washington, DC, August 2007

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) – 2007 Highlight of Changes”, Hilton Head, South Carolina, March 2007

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “Review of Oral Antibiotic Choices to Replace Gatifloxacin”, Tampa, Florida, June 2006

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “Nausea on the Battlefield – A Review of Potential Agents”, Tampa, Florida, June 2006

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) – Update 2006”, Chicago, Illinois, March 2006

 

Evans Army Community Hospital Morbidity and Mortality Conference

  • “Mediastinal Mass”, Fort Carson, Colorado, June 2005

 

Martin Army Community Hospital Family Practice Residency

  • “Transition to Practice Curriculum – Battlefield Medicine”, Fort Benning, Georgia, May 2005

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Diet Smorgasbord:  A Review of the Popular Fad Diets”, Snowbird, Utah, April 2005

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care – A Comprehensive Review”, Snowbird, Utah, April 2005

 

XXXV International Congress on Military Medicine

  • “Vertical Envelopment: Injuries in Army Rangers During Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.”, Washington, D.C., September 2004

 

Martin Army Community Hospital Family Practice Residency

  • “Transition to Practice Curriculum – Battle-Ready”, Fort Benning, Georgia, May 2004

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “A Novel Pain Management Strategy for Combat Casualty Care during OIF – Overview and Commentary for Consideration of the Committee On Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)”, San Antonio, Texas, April 2004


U.S. Army Command & General Staff Officers Course, Special Operations Forces Track

  • “Tactical Combat Casualty Care for SOF Officers”, Ft. Leavenworth, KS, April 2004


Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Special Operations Interest Group,” Workshop Leader, San Diego, CA, March 2004

     

Closed Special Operations Brief

  • “Modafinil – A Better, Safer, More Appropriate Stimulant for Performance Enhancement and Mission Success”, Fort Bragg, NC, February 2003

 

The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (COTCCC)

  • “Battlefield Pain Management”, Atlanta, GA, November 2002

 

Advanced Technology Applications for Combat Casualty Care (ATACCC)

  • “War Wound Prophylaxis” Panel of Experts – Antibiotic Committee, St. Petersburg, FL, September 2002

 

Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP) Annual Symposium

  • “Antibiotics in Casualty Care”, Orlando, FL, March 2002

 

Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA)

  • Trauma Symposium – Panel of Experts, Tampa, FL, December 2000                                                   

 

Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA)

  • “Prophylactic Antibiotics for Combat Injuries”, Tampa, FL, December 2000

 

Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center (JSOMTC), Ft. Bragg

  • Distinguished Commencement Speaker, Ft. Bragg, NC, December 1999

 

Womack Army Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program, Ft. Bragg

  • Distinguished Commencement Speaker, Ft. Bragg, NC, June 1999 

 

Society of Army Physician Assistants (SAPA) Annual P.A Refresher Course

  • “Male Erectile Dysfunction”, Fayetteville, NC, April 1999      

 

Society of Army Physician Assistants (SAPA) Annual P.A Refresher Course

  • “Female Sexual Dysfunction”, Fayetteville, NC, April 1999