Gregory Brown

Pulmonary Medicine





  • B.S. - Zoology, Ohio State University (9/1973-5/1977) Summa Cum Laude 
  • M.D. - Ohio State University, College of Medicine Columbus, OH (9/1977-6/1981)
Diplomate - American Board of Internal Medicine
Certification in Pulmonary Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine 
ABIM Certification in Critical Care Medicine 
  • Internship - Ohio State University, College of Medicine Columbus, OH (9/1981-6/1982)
  • Residency - Ohio State University, College of Medicine Columbus, OH (9/1982-5/1984)
University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics 
Pulmonary & Critical Care Iowa City, IA
Assistant Professor of lnternal Medicine - Division of Pulmonary Disease & Critical Care - University of Maryland Hospital (8/1987-6/1989)

Research Training Fellowship Award
American Lung Association/American Thoracic Society (7/1985 - 6/1987)

  • Associate Member, American College of Physicians
  • Member, American Thoracic Society 
  • Fellow, American College of Chest Physicians 
  • Chairman, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee - Chambersburg Hospital (1995)
  • Chairman, Internal Medicine Committee - Chambersburg Hospital (1995-1997)

Director of Medical Intensive Care Unit - Loch Raven Veterans Administration Hospital (3/1988 - 6/1989)

Medical Director, Respiratory Therapy and Pulmonary Rehabilitation - Chambersburg Hospital (1999-Present)

Vice President of Medical Staff - Chambersburg Hospital (2007-2013)

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