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BG Lisa Doumont

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BG Lisa DoumontBrigadier General Lisa L. Doumont assumed responsibilities as the Medical Readiness and Training Command, Commanding General on 20 May 2017. In this position she provides oversight of individual training and technical assistance for this training and validation of Army Reserve medical units as well as joint partners dispersed throughout the continental United States.

The Medical Readiness and Training Command provides tailored tacit and explicit knowledge to the combined and joint medical force through hands-on collective and sustainment training as well as (virtual) knowledge sharing and management.

Brigadier General Doumont most recently served as the Assistant Surgeon General – Force Management, Mobilization, Readiness & Reserve Affairs at the Office of the Surgeon General in Falls Church, Virginia while dual hatted as the Deputy Commanding General for the Army Reserve Medical Command in Pinellas Park, Florida. Brigadier General Doumont received a Regular Army commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps in December 1988. She served as Platoon Leader, 702d Clearing Company, 85th Medical Battalion Fort Meade, MD and later as the first Officer-in-Charge of the Department of Defense DNA Repository at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Rockville, MD.

Later assignments include J9, Director of Reserve Affairs for the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command in Norfolk, Virginia and commander for Detachment 7, 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support) Operational Command Post (Forward) which deployed to Kuwait as the medical enabling command for U.S. Central Command in support of Operations Enduring Freedom, Resolute Support and Inherent Resolve.

Brigadier General Doumont is a graduate of the Medical Service Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Combined Arms & Services Staff School, Command and General Staff College, Defense Support to Civil Authorities Operations Course and the U.S. Army War College where she received a Master’s Degree in Strategic Studies. She also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Old Dominion University in 2005 and is working on her doctoral dissertation in Organizational Leadership at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia.

Brigadier General Doumont’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, the Bronze Star Medal, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, the Kosovo Campaign Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star and the Expert Field Medical Badge. Brigadier General Doumont is a recipient of the Order of Military Medical Merit and the U.S. Army Medical Department 9A proficiency designator for mastery of military medical management.