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Capt. (Dr.) Georgia A Stoker

U.S. Navy Capt. (Dr.) Georgia A. Stoker was raised in San Antonio, Texas, and attended undergraduate studies at Texas Lutheran University where she graduated with honors in 1997 with degrees in biology (B.S.) and chemistry (B.A.). She accepted a commission as a United States Navy Ensign as part of the Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program and obtained her medical degree from the University of Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas, in 2001. Capt. Stoker also holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of West Florida.

Capt. Stoker completed an internship in obstetrics/gynecology at Naval Medical Center San Diego in 2002. She earned her Naval Flight Surgeon Wings in June 2003 and served as flight surgeon to Marine Attack Squadron 211 aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona before returning to NMCSD to complete residency training in obstetrics/gynecology. Capt. Stoker served as staff obstetrician/gynecologist at U.S. Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan, and at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, California.

Capt. Stoker returned to operational medicine in 2013, serving as Assistant Department Head for Aviation Medicine, Naval Branch Health Clinic, Naval Air Station North Island, California. While stationed at NBHC NASNI, she was assigned as an individual augmentee to Marine Aircraft Group 50, serving as Officer in Charge of the Aid Station aboard Sheik Isa Air Base, Kingdom of Bahrain, as part of contingency operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Upon returning from deployment in 2014, Capt. Stoker was requested to take on the role of Group Surgeon, Marine Aircraft Group 39, Camp Pendleton, California, before transferring to Naval Aerospace Medical Institute in 2016 to begin a second medical residency in Aerospace Medicine.

After completing Aerospace Medicine training in 2018, Capt. Stoker reported to Naval Safety Center Detachment, Naval School of Aviation Safety, serving as Command Flight Surgeon and Aeromedical Instructor before being selected as Officer in Charge of Navy Medicine Operational Training Center Detachment, NAMI. Capt. Stoker has continued to support women’s health through the Comprehensive Women’s Health Clinic, Naval Hospital Pensacola since 2016. Additionally, she provides instruction to prospective Naval Aeromedical Officers on operational gynecology and utilizes her dual training background to review and recommend operationally appropriate dispositions for gynecological aeromedical waiver submissions through NAMI Code 342.

Capt. Stoker’s personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (third award), and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. She is qualified as a Naval Flight Surgeon, Fleet Marine Force Officer, and holds Marine Corps Martial Arts Grey Belt.

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