U.S. Army Medical Corps
Charles Henry Alden
1836 - 1906
Colonel Alden was a joiner of societies, medical, scientific, scholastic, and patriotic ...
John Monro Banister
1854 - 1929
From his entrance into the service he had interested himself in the practice of surgery and later had taken advantage of leaves of absence to acquire a knowledge of ophthalmology in the clinics of New York and Philadelphia ...
John Shaw Billings
1838 - 1913
Beyond question, the name of John Shaw Billings belongs with the most outstanding among the many gifted men who have held membership in the Army Medical Corps ...
Henry Patrick Birmingham
1854 - 1932
General Birmingham was a fine type of that older service in which the medical officers were soldiers as well as surgeons ...
Alfred Eugene Bradley
1864 - 1922
General Bradley’s first interest throughout his army career was the practice of medicine. He was a talented clinician and a skillful operator ...
1878 - 1940
General Brooke interested himself in internal medicine and became well recognized as one of the foremost in that field that the Corps has produced ...
George Ensign Bushnell
1853 - 1924
Colonel Bushnell was one of the earliest advocates of the theory that primary infection with tuberculosis occurred normally in infancy or childhood, that later manifestations of the disease came from reinfections from within and that exogenous infection of the adult was practically non-existent ...
Carl Rodgers Darnall
1867 - 1941
The record he made of his own life is extremely short, covering only a single page, but it is characteristic of him. He was a man of deeds and not of words ...
1840 - 1908
Calvin DeWitt (May 26, 1840-September 2, 1908), Brigadier General, Medical Corps, U. S. Army, was born at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania ...
Alfred Conrad Girard
1841 - 1914
The annual reports of The Surgeon General carry numerous case records which testify to Colonel Girard`s understanding of surgical pathology and to his skill as an operator ...
James D. Glennan
1862 - 1927
General Glennan had much to do with the orderly expansion of the Army Medical Center and the beautiful landscaping of the grounds is especially to his credit ...
Charles R. Greenleaf
1838 - 1911
General Greenleaf`s military career began and terminated with the strenuous activities and pressing responsibilities of war ...
Paul Stacy Halloran
1874 - 1931
Colonel Halloran lived out his span of life as a bachelor, though none was more fitted for a family life ...
1846 - 1927
Colonel Havard was one of the most scholarly of the many educated men who have graced the corps, with a literary style that will warrant study and emulation ...
Alexander Henry Hoff
1822 - 1876
He was the director of the fleet of floating hospitals on the Mississippi river and the originator of the modern hospital ship ...
John Dowling Irwin
1830 - 1917
Despite the title of “the fighting doctor” frequently bestowed upon General Irwin he was always interested primarily in his professional work ...
Louis Anatole La Garde
1849 - 1920
Colonel La Garde’s first interest was the practice of medicine, with a special bent toward surgery and diseases of the eye ...
1759 - 1832
James Mann (July 23, 1759—November 7, 1832) Surgeon, U. S. Army, was born in Wrentham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. No record of his parents or ancestry has come do to us. ...
Walter D. McCaw
1863 - 1939
General McCaw was the fifth of a continuous line of Virginia physicians ...
Thomas Gardiner Mower
1790 - 1853
Mower through the last thirty years of his life exercised an influence over the medical department practically coequal with the chiefs of the corps ...
Henry James Nichols
1877 - 1927
Colonel Nichols spent the twenty years of his army career in practically unbroken service in laboratories and sanitary work ...
Richard Sherwood Satterlee
1796 - 1880
He is credited with high professional skill and judgment and he had well recognized gifts in administration ...
1841 - 1905
Charles Smart (September 18, 1841-April 23, 1905), Brigadier General, Medical Corps, U. S. Army, was born in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland ...
Alexander N. Stark
1869 - 1926
While Colonel Stark`s later service marked him as an administrator, he was one of the conspicuous clinicians and surgeons of the Corps of his time ...
Charles Stuart Tripler
1806 - 1866
Charles Stuart Tripler (January 19, 1806-October 20, 1866), Brevet Brigadier General, U. S. Army, a distinguished member of the medical corps, was born on the "Bowery" in New York City ...