Clinton K. Murray

Commanding General

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Brigadier General Murray grew up in Lubbock, TX. He
received his BS degree in Biochemistry from Texas Tech
University (1991), MD degree from the Uniformed Services
University of the Health Sciences (USU) (1996), and Master of
Strategic Study degree from the Army War College (2015). He
completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Walter Reed
Army Medical Center (1999) and a fellowship in Infectious
Disease (ID) at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC)/San
Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium

He is the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence and the 25 th Chief
of the U.S. Army Medical Corps. He previously was the Commanding General, Medical
Readiness Command, Europe, Command Surgeon, US Army Europe-Africa, and Director,
Defense Health Network-Europe (2022-2023); Commander, BAMC and Deputy Market Manager
of the San Antonio Market, DHA (2021-22); Commander, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
(2020-21); Command Surgeon, United States Forces Korea (2019-20); Commander, 1 st Area
Medical Laboratory (2017-19); Deputy Chief and Corps Specific Branch Proponency Officer, US
Army Medical Corps (2015-17); ID Consultant to the US Army Surgeon General (2016-2020);
Chief, ID Service, BAMC (2011-15); and Program Director, Army/Air Force ID Fellowship, San
Antonio, TX (2005-11). He is a Professor of Medicine at USU, Fellow of the ID Society of America
(FIDSA), and Master of the American College of Physicians (MACP).
He deployed as the senior medical officer of a medical company, 1 st Brigade Combat Team, 1 st
Infantry Division to Ramadi, Iraq in 2003-04 under the 82 nd Airborne Division for 6 months and 1 st
Marine Expeditionary Force for the 2 nd 6 months. His deployments to Afghanistan included a
review of infection control procedures of US, coalition and Afghan medical treatment facilities in
2012, assessment of the NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan supporting the Afghan National
Army ID/Preventive Medicine residency program in 2013, and review of remote expeditionary
surgical teams supporting special operations in 2015. He also performed research and taught in
Africa, Asia, Europe, and South/Central America.
He has published over 365 peer-reviewed manuscripts, guidelines, reviews and book chapters.
His research areas include global health security, leptospirosis, multidrug-resistant bacteria, and
combat-related injury infections especially in burns and extremities.

External positions

Commanding General, US Army Medical Center of Excellence, Joint Base San Antonio

1 Nov 2023 → …

Commanding General, Medical Readiness Command, Europe/Comand Surgeon, US Army Europe-Africa/Director, Defense Health Region-Europe, Defense Health Agency, Germany

1 Oct 202231 Oct 2023

Commanding General, Regional Health Command Agency Europe/Command Surgeon, US Army Europe-Africa/Director, Defense Health Region-Europe, Defense Health Agency, Germany

1 Jun 202230 Sep 2022


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