Clark to replace West as ERMC CG

May 3, 2012

By ERMC Public Affairs


Col. Jeffrey B. Clark has been tapped to replace Brig. Gen. Nadja Y. West as commanding general of the Europe Regional Medical Command and command surgeon for U.S. Army Europe.

Clark, who has been nominated for promotion to brigadier general, was the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center commander.  The change of command ceremony is scheduled for May 8 at 10 a.m. at the Patton Barracks Gymnasium in Heidelberg.

West, who has commanded ERMC since May 2010, has been selected to become the Assistant Surgeon General for Force Sustainment in the Falls Church, Va., office of the Army Surgeon General.

Clark is a physician who has been deployed to Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm; Kosovo; New Orleans to assist with the Hurricane Katrina relief operation; and to Iraq.  In addition to Landstuhl RMC, he has commanded medical units at the battalion and brigade level.

ERMC is responsible for a healthcare system with more than 6,700 joint-service personnel dedicated to providing high quality healthcare to more than 245,000 eligible beneficiaries including approximately 36,000 active duty members from all services across Europe. ERMC supports USAREUR, EUCOM, CENTCOM, AFRICOM and deployed medical assets in Afghanistan and Iraq. In Europe, ERMC operates 18 Military Treatment Facilities in Germany, Belgium and Italy.


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