MG Clark recently retired after 35+ years in the Army Medical Corps. His most recent roles on Active Duty were Deputy Commanding General for Operations of the U.S. Army Medical Command and Chief of the Army Medical Corps
On this episode you will hear about the incredible experiences Dr. Clark had as an Army Medical Officer as he tells you about valuable lessons learned. He describes peacekeeping operations in Kosovo, combat missions in Desert Shield/Storm , disaster relief after Hurricane Katrina as well as detainee healthcare at Abu Ghraib in Iraq. MG(R) Clark emphasizes the importance of the whole military medical team for success in the wide variety of mission sets supported. Not many military physicians have had the variety of opportunities to lead and serve in their careers as this distinguished officer. You don’t want to miss this one.
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