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Ronny Jackson, the physician to the president and director of the White House Medical Unit, said that all the clinical data indicates that the he is currently healthy and "remains tobacco free", the Politico reported.
If the aircraft were to crash and the president and others were to perish, the vice president, under the Twenty-fifth Amendment, would assume the powers of the presidency, but who would run the White House Medical Unit and take care of the new president?
the president received 12 stitches today, administered by the White House Medical Unit," White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said in a statement.
Our overall mission at the White House Medical Unit is to provide comprehensive medical care and emergency response to the president, vice president and their families," said Lieutenant Colonel Cynthia Wright at an NTI 2007 session "History of White House Nursing: Applying Lessons Learned.
The Company has offered to provide a system to the Director of the White House Medical Unit, acceptance of which could possibly set the stage for nationwide screening for indications of heart function disorders.
But the White House Medical Unit is just one part of the larger White House Military Office, which can trace its history back to 1789 with President George Washington's aide-de-camp.
Army, Navy and Air Force, explains Barbara Idone administrator for the White House medical unit.
The White House medical unit, led by the president's personal physician, is on call 24 hours a day to care for any medical emergencies that any White House brass or Cabinet members may encounter.