Clifford D Brown
Chief of the
Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System
Clifford D Brown currently serves in the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System as Chief of the Eye Clinics and work closely with both the Neurology and TBI Team Leads to provide in depth diagnostic and rehabilitative care for veteran service members. Previously, his active duty assignments have included the Department of Homeland Security (Senior Health Adviser and Senior Analyst/Operations Chief, National Biosurveillance Integration Center), the US Public Health Service (multiple Indian Health Service Hospitals as Chief of Eye Service), the US Army Deputy Chief of Eye Services and Behavioral Vision Chief for the Exceptional Family Member Department (97th General Hospital, Frankfurt, Germany), in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada as a Rehabilitative Consultant for five school districts in Alberta, and Manitoba (private practice), and the US Air Force Security Services Command as the Chief of Eye Care. After completion of under graduate and professional degrees at Pacific University, Oregon in 1973, he completed Fellowship (1986) and Diplomate (2000) studies and a Master of Public Health in 2008. In 2006 the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States awarded him the 2006 David Sullins National Service Award. He served the past eight years as a Reviewer of professional articles for the Journal of Military Medicine and as Examination Board Member for American Academy Diplomate Public Health/Environmental Vision for ten years. He introduced TBI as diagnosis in need of military care in 2004 to Scientific and Research Symposium, and as a source of domestic violence nationally in 2008.
Neurology and TBI