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Joseph Byrnes, an anesthesiologist and general medical officer who is from Shreveport, Louisiana.
Hermann Biggs, who served as general medical officer for New York City when tuberculosis was the scourge of the land in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, wasn't hesitant in proclaiming the state's right to limit individual liberties in the name of the common good.
After completing his internship in family practice at the Naval Hospital, Pensacola, Florida, Bruce spent the next two years as a general medical officer aboard the aircraft carrier LISS Lexington.
That was significant for us, because we lived for two years in the '70s on the White Mountain Apache Reservation, where I was general medical officer for the Public Health Service," he said.
After the Pentagon agreed last year that military doctors should not be required to report the sexual orientation of their patients to military authorities, SLDN discovered that the Navy's General Medical Officer Manual still advises that "homosexuals" should be referred to "the command legal officer or judge advocate general.
Theodore served as a Senior General Medical Officer with the United States Marine Corps in Okinawa, Japan.
Backstrom served as a General Medical Officer with the Marine Corps at Quantico, Virginia where he was awarded the Naval Commendation Medal and Naval Achievement Medal.
She served as the Tucson Program Area Maternal Child Health Coordinator and Area HIV Coordinator and as a General Medical Officer and Clinical Director where she managed clinical performance improvement activities.