RADM (ret.) James M. Galloway, MD, FACP
Dedicated to improving the health of our nation and serving the underprivileged, Dr. Galloway is a national leader in health systems and is currently the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Partnership Officer at Arc Health, a Public Benefit Company where he works to bring the highest quality providers to the most underserved communities. Previously, Dr. Galloway served as Assistant Surgeon General for the United States, under Presidents Bush and Obama, Chairman of the Federal Executive Board and the White House selection to lead the health response for Deepwater Horizon. Prior to this he was the academic founder and lead for the Native American Cardiology Program and the Center for Native American Health at the University of Arizona, the National Senior Cardiologist for the Indian Health Service. He was subsequently the Director of the Office of Health System Collaboration at the Centers for Control and Prevention. Dr. Galloway is fiercely committed to reducing health disparities and advancing health equity for the underserved.