Updated: Aug 17
Dr. Krueger currently serves as the Commanding General of the Army Atlantic Regional Health Command
In this episode you will hear about how Dr. Krueger utilized her Public Health education to assist the healthcare mission in Afghanistan in 2003. She shares some stories from her time at Fort Bragg as the Residency Director for Family Medicine taking care of the 82nd Airborne Division and other Special Operations communities. She describes how Women’s Health is incredibly important in Military Medicine and the unique challenges experienced in caring for this population.
In addition to being a stellar clinician, educator and military leader, Dr. Krueger talks about managing tradeoffs to also be success as a wife and mother of 5 children while on Active Duty.
She also addresses what the Army is doing to address recent reports of limited clinical opportunities to maintain a ready medical force at Military Treatment Facilities. She shares many insights and lessons learned over a distinguished career and provides some valuable advice for all listeners. You don’t want to miss this episode!
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