Rear Admiral (ret) James M. Galloway, MD, FACP, FACC is a United States medical doctor and Public Health physician who provides leadership and expertise to health care systems, nonprofit service organizations and innovative social enterprises in the health and public health arenas. Dr. Galloway served as the Assistant US Surgeon General, Rear Admiral in the United States Public Health Service and the Regional Health Administrator for the United States Department of Health and Human Services for the six eastern states that comprise Region V under Presidents Bush and Obama. He also served as the Senior Federal Official for Health for Pandemic Influenza and Bioterrorism for the Department of Homeland Security’s Region C, which includes an additional six states. Subsequently, Dr. Galloway was the lead for one of CDC’s lead efforts as the Director of the Office of Health System Collaboration, integrating clinical care and public health at a national level.
Dr. Galloway is also an author, having published over 170 articles, abstracts, book chapters and one book, Primary Care of Native American Patients: Diagnosis, Therapy and Epidemiology. He has received numerous awards, including being named to Best Doctors in America, and receiving the Surgeon General’s Exemplary Service Medal, USPHS Clinical Physician of the Year, Outstanding Clinician for the Indian Health Service nationally in 1997 and has been twice awarded the Secretary of Health and Human Services’ Award for Distinguished Service as well as recognitions from the Governor of Arizona and the Mayor of Chicago.
Dr. James Galloway Curriculum Vitae