Dr. Robert G. Darling
A Consultant at Command Group, Dr. Robert Darling brings expertise in the areas of pandemic preparation and response, medical and public health consequences of weapons of mass destruction, and emergency medical contingency planning garnered from his distinguished medical career at the highest levels of government. During his career as an emergency medicine physician in the United States Navy, Dr. Darling was personally responsible for the medical needs of the President, Vice President, and a number of other senior government officials. Dr. Darling also previously served as Director of the Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland, and Director of the Navy Medicine Office of Homeland Security at the Headquarters of the Navy Surgeon General in Washington, DC.
Center for Disaster and Humanitarian and Assistance Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences School
Navy Medicine Office of Homeland Security, Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
White House Physician,
The White House
Naval Flight Surgeon,
U.S. Navy Medical Corps