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Jeffrey B. Clark

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Director

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
 
Background

Employment History

  • Surgeon
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • Inside Sales
    Millennium Technology Partners LLC
  • WRNMMC Director, Encouraged Members
    Hospital.com Inc
  • Commander, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
    United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
  • Fire Team Leader
    United States Marine Corps
  • Infantry Team Leader
    United States Marine Corps
  • ERMC Commander
    Army Corps
  • Top Medical Officer
    Army Corps
  • Chief
    Army Corps

Education

  • Davidson College
  • Master of Strategic Studies
    Army War College
  • Master of Public Health
    University of Washington
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Jeffrey B. Clark, director ...
www.dcmilitary.com, 5 Feb 2015 [cached]
Jeffrey B. Clark, director of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC), rolls out the facilitys new Strategic Plan and icon during town hall meetings Jan. 20 in Memorial Auditorium. Close Window Brig. Gen. Jeffrey B. Clark, director of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC), rolls out the facilitys new Strategic Plan and icon during town hall meetings Jan. 20 in Memorial Auditorium. style="width:800px; margin:auto;">
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With images of the new icon and stars conveying the message, What We Do Matters, adorning the auditoriums walls, Clark explained to staff the vision, mission and priority of the medical center as part of its new strategic plan.
The vision of the medical center is, The patient will be at the center of all that we do. The extraordinary will be ordinary and the exceptional routine in serving the physical, behavioral, social and spiritual needs of our patients and of our people.
In line with the medical centers vision is its mission, Clark added.
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Explaining the foundation Our People, Clark said this involves providing Walter Reed Bethesda personnel engaged leadership, a climate of dignity and respect, education and training opportunities, and the opportunity to prosper personally, professionally, spiritually and in their families and relationships.
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We manage to maintain [collective and individual] readiness primarily by engaging in clinical care, Clark said. When [leadership] ask us to go downrange, they want us to be good clinicians, administrators, logisticians, or whatever we are asked to do. [Walter Reed Army Medical Center, National Naval Medical Center and now] WRNMMC did an incredible job of taking care of wounded warriors over the past decade. Thats what we were asked to do. He added while this remains a focus, there will be other realities impacting the medical center, but WRNMMC will continue to be ready and provide an extraordinary patient experience for each beneficiary.
Our patients must be at the center of all that we do. Our access must be timely [and] patient friendly. Workload, patient volume and case mix index must justify resources (people and funding). Workload, patient volume and case mix index must support our readiness, education and research. We must remain the flagship of our military health system, not just another medical center, Clark said.
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We must be committed to our people, Clark said.
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Clark said the February town halls on Tuesday will focus on the Extraordinary Patient Experience initiative, and Marchs town halls will address the strategic plans four pillars Readiness, Quality, Research and Education.
Walter Reed National Military ...
www.dcmilitary.com, 19 June 2014 [cached]
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) Director Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark (center) is joined by Chief Hospital Corpsman Joseph DeLaCruz, the most senior in age hospital corpsman, and Hospitalman Tiffani Trentham, the youngest member of the Hospital Corps to cut a cake celebrating the 116th birthday of the Navy Hospital Corps Tuesday in the Tower on Naval Support Activity Bethesda.
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Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark (center) is joined by Chief Hospital Corpsman Joseph DeLaCruz, the most senior in age hospital corpsman, and Hospitalman Tiffani Trentham, the youngest member of the Hospital Corps to cut a cake celebrating the 116th birthday of the Navy Hospital Corps Tuesday in the Tower on Naval Support Activity Bethesda. Close Window Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) Director Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark (center) is joined by Chief Hospital Corpsman Joseph DeLaCruz, the most senior in age hospital corpsman, and Hospitalman Tiffani Trentham, the youngest member of the Hospital Corps to cut a cake celebrating the 116th birthday of the Navy Hospital Corps Tuesday in the Tower on Naval Support Activity Bethesda. style="width:800px; margin:auto;"> Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) Director Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark (center) is joined by Chief Hospital Corpsman Joseph DeLaCruz, the most senior in age hospital corpsman, and Hospitalman Tiffani Trentham, the youngest member of the Hospital Corps to cut a cake celebrating the 116th birthday of the Navy Hospital Corps Tuesday in the Tower on Naval Support Activity Bethesda.
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Jeffrey B. Clark, WRNMMC director, encouraged members of the Hospital Corps, and all those who serve at the medical center, to work at the top of their skill sets. The general added he was proud to participate in a recent frocking ceremony for more than 70 Sailors at Walter Reed Bethesda and witness the next level of talent preparing to take on greater responsibility. Its our responsibility as leaders we create conditions for you to develop and to work at the top of your skill sets, he said.
The Flag and General Officers' Network
www.flagandgeneralofficersnetwork.org, 23 May 2014 [cached]
Jeffrey B. Clark has been nominated for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Clark is currently serving as commander, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, U.S. Army Europe and Seventh Army, Germany.
Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark ...
www.dcmilitary.com, 12 June 2014 [cached]
Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark welcomed Smith and Fehrenbach to the medical center for their presentations.
A 20-year Air Force combat veteran, Fehrenbachs father was an Air Force career navigator and his mother was an Air Force nurse. He joined the Air Force in 1991 and flew combat missions over Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo. He has flown the F-15E Strike Eagle, F-16, T-43, T-37, T-39, T-2, and the EF-111A Raven aircrafts.
Smith is the deputy chief of staff for the Army Reserve. A four-year Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship recipient and graduate of the University of Oregon, she was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Quartermaster Corps in 1986. During her more than 27-year military career, she has served in a variety of logistics, operations, training and personnel assignments, including duty in the Republic of Panama, Costa Rica and Afghanistan.
The general has served in multi-functional logistics units, initial entry training/basic combat training units, the Joint Readiness Training Center, Army Reserve Regional Readiness Commands and on the Department of the Army Staff. In 2010, she deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, serving as the chief of Army Reserve Affairs, United States Forces-Afghanistan.
Fehrenbach said he was honored and humbled to be at Walter Reed Bethesda, describing the experience as surreal to be on a military installation and see the rainbow gay pride flag displayed.
Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. ...
www.dcmilitary.com, 12 Sept 2013 [cached]
Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark
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Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark
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Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark
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Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark will assume command of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) during a ceremony at 2 p.m. on Sept. 19 in front of the Tower (Building 1) on Naval Support Activity Bethesda.
He will assume command from Rear Adm. (Dr.) Alton L. Stocks, the first commander of WRNMMC, the nation's largest joint military medical center. The rear admiral is retiring after 34 years of active duty service. He became commander of WRNMMC on Sept. 28, 2011.
A family medicine physician, Clark most recently held the Army's top medical post in Europe, as commander of U.S. Army Europe Regional Medical Command and command surgeon of U.S. Army Europe. He began that leadership position in May 2012. When he takes the helm of WRNMMC, the brigadier general will become the first Army officer to lead WRNMMC.
Clark, a graduate of Davidson College (N.C.), East Carolina University School of Medicine, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College, earned a Master of Public Health at the University of Washington and a Master of Strategic Studies at the Army War College.
The general completed his family medicine residency at Silas B. Hays Army Community Hospital at Fort Ord, Calif., and served as a family physician and flight surgeon in Korea and at Fort Bragg, N.C. He also served as faculty and clinic director of the Womack Army Community Hospital Family Medicine Residency at Fort Bragg, as well as senior medical officer of C Company, 307th Medical Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Desert Shield/Storm. He went on to serve as the 82nd Airborne Division surgeon from 1993 to 1995, and commanded the 168th Area Support Medical Battalion, Korea from 1997 to 1999. He was also chief of primary care and family medicine at Womack from 1999 to 2001.
While assigned to Wuerzburg Medical Department Activity/ 67th Combat Support Hospital (CSH) from 2001 to 2004, Clark served as deputy commander for clinical services, and commander of Task Force Medical Falcon, Kosovo. He also commanded the 21st CSH from 2005 to 2007, leading unit deployments to New Orleans in support of the Hurricane Katrina Relief Operation and during Operation Iraqi Freedom, providing health care in the Iraqi theater of operation.
From 2008 to 2010, Clark was chief of preventive medicine at Darnall Army Medical Center at Fort Hood, Texas, and commander, 65th Medical Brigade/U. S. Army Medical Department Activity-Korea, and as U.S. Forces Korea/United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command (USFK/UNC/CFC) surgeon. He then served as chief of Medical Corps Branch, Human Resources Command, Fort Knox, Ky., prior to commanding Landstuhl Regional Medical Center from 2011 to 2012, and becoming the Army's top medical officer in Europe in May 2012.
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