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  • Navy Orthopedic Surgeon Lt. Cmdr. Leah Brown Receives Bronze Star

    Lieutenant Commander Leah Brown, MD, a Navy orthopedic surgeon, has received a Bronze Star for the care she provided during her recent deployment to Afghanistan, according to a NavyTimes report.

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  • Making the Most of Minimal Resources

    Lt. Cmdr. Leah Brown, a Navy orthopedic doctor, helped to alleviate some of that medical care shortage by providing direct patient-centered care to the local population during her time deployed with Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force - Afghanistan.

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  • Navy Doc Brings Care To Afghanistan

    The Tarin Kowt district of Afghanistan is mired in poverty, wracked by warfare, and beset by a host of concerns such as lack of available medical care. Lt. Cmdr. Leah Brown helped to alleviate some of that medical care shortage by providing direct patient-centered care to the local population during her time recently deployed with Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force – Afghanistan.

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  • Leah Brown to Speak to L.E.A.D. Group

    One of Georgia's most distinguished gymnastics alumni, Leah Brown, will address the 2017 L.E.A.D. inductees Monday night. L.E.A.D. is a leadership academy offered through the University of Georgia. It consists of student-athletes chosen based on success in the classroom and in competition, with additional factors of leadership skills, campus and community service participation and recommendation of head coaches and academic counselors.

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  • Navy Orthopedist Brings Medical Care to Afghans

    Navy Orthopedist Brings Medical Care to Afghans

    The Tarin Kowt district of Afghanistan is mired in poverty, wracked by warfare, and beset by a host of concerns such as lack of available medical care. U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Leah Brown, an orthopedic doctor, helped to alleviate some of that medical care shortage by providing direct patient-centered care to the local population during her time deployed with Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force – Afghanistan.

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  • Loran Smith: Dr. Leah Brown is proud Gymdog, UGA alum

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. | The sustained heat of the desert had subsided at twilight when Dr. Leah Brown found a dinner spot on the edge of this resort town. Scottsdale is named for General Winfield Scott, the U.S. Army’s longest-serving general, and the man who oversaw the expulsion of the Cherokees from Georgia, which is not a pretty story.

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  • Leah C. Brown, M.D., Joins Hedley Orthopaedic Institute

    Physician Group of Arizona, Inc., an organization comprised of primary and specialty care physicians, is pleased to announce the addition of Leah Brown, M.D., to the Hedley Orthopaedic Institute, which provides exceptional orthopaedic care and sports medicine services throughout the Valley.

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