Title: Civilian Medical Doctor
Company: Department of the Army
Location: Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States
Jeffrey Grow, Civilian Medical Doctor at the Department of the Army, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in medicine.
A graduate of the University of Utah, Dr. Grow began his quest to professional success by earning a Bachelor of Arts in English literature. In the coming years, he furthered his education with a Diplome Superieur in French literature from the University of Franche-Compte and then earned a Doctor of Medicine from Albert Ludwigs Universitaet in 1984. From 1984 until 1987, he completed his required residency at Fairfax Family Practice within the Virginia Commonwealth University. He was subsequently board certified in family medicine and plans to be recertified in 2024.
From 1987 until 2017, Dr. Grow served the U.S. Army as a civilian medical doctor. He proceeded to relocate to the Augusta Veterans Affairs Hospital where he served as an acting medical doctor for one year. Since 2018, Dr. Grow has continued to demonstrate success in his most recent role as a civilian medical doctor for the Department of Defense. In light of his myriad accomplishments, he has received the Civilian Achievement Medal and the Commanders Achievement Medal from the U.S. Army. Further, he has earned numerous awards for exceptional medical competence.
A member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Medical Association, Dr. Grow attributes his success to his dedication to his patients. He believes that the secret to successful caring is caring itself. The highlights of his career have been his experiences making difficult decisions to save the lives of his patients, all of whom have gone on to thank him profusely. In the future, Dr. Grow hopes to be writing a history of the world. However, if there is no world, he plans on becoming involved in spiritual matters.
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