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Dr. Charles Campbell Class of 1972

Dr. Charles W. Campbell, Jr. was selected in March 1996 to become the Vice President of Minority Affairs. He has just left the position of Consultant for Family Practice, Air Force Medical Operations Agency, Office of the Surgeon General, Bolling AFB, DC

 

 

Dr. Campbell is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP); Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians (USAFP), Chairman of Legislative Affairs Committee of the USAFP, member of the Long Range Planning Committee, elected to the Board of Directors, 1995-1998; and Association of Military Surgeons of the U.S.

 

 

Dr. Campbell received his B.S. in Biology, at Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA in 1976 and his M.D., in 1980 from CMDNJ-Rutgers Medical School Piscataway, NJ. Board Certification was received in 1983 Diplomate American Board of Family Practice re certification in 1990 and Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine 1993.

 

 

Dr. Campbell received postgraduate training in the following: Family Practice David Grant USAF Medical Center, Travis AFB, CA from July I, 1980 to June 3D, 1983; Practice Staff Physician, David Grant USAF Medical Center, Travis CA fromJuly i, 1983 to December 19, 1983; Practice Staff Physician. USAF Clinic Geilenkirchen, from January 10, 1984 to June 15, 1987; Chief, Aeromedical from July 14, 1987 to July 1, Family Practice Staff Physician, David Grant USAF Medical Center, Travis AFB, CA., from July 20, 1989 to October 6, I and Consultant for Family Practice, Air Force Medical Operations Office of the General, Bolling AFB, DC., from October 15, 1993 to present.

 

 

Dr. Campbell received the Alpha Omega Honor Medical Society in 1978 and the Robert Wood Johnson Fellowship Award in 1980. He is a member of the panel for the USAF Physician Forecast Board and the Graduate Medical Education Selection Board, also a member of the Tri-Service Outcomes Working Group led by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs. He developed part of the Congressional Report of the provision of primary and preventive services within the Department of Defense.