Not sure if it would be surgeon general or something else within HHS (Health and Human Services).
The works surely caught the eye of the new president, who nominated Koop in 1981 to be surgeon general.
The only U.S. surgeon general to ever become a household name, he served during the Reagan administration.
Carmona, who served as surgeon general under President George W. Bush, had announced his intentions to enter the race in 2011.
“Nobody wants to walk the electoral plank for a surgeon general,” the aide adds.
surgeon general Hamilton expressed the opinion that the danger was not so great as might be supposed.
It seems to be very rare since even our surgeon general's Library has no copy of it.
It was stated in this message that plans for these ambulance trains would be furnished by the surgeon general of the Army.
Having been promoted through the various grades, he now holds the position of surgeon general of the Navy.
I desire to institute certain inquiries ordered by the surgeon general.
Surgeon General n. pl. Surgeons General
The chief general officer in the medical departments of the U.S. Army, Navy, or Air Force.
The chief medical officer in the U.S. Public Health Service or in a state public health service.